Worshiping the wide matted haired Lord of thiruvaiyARU appar traveled to the abodes near that wonderful town. He saluted the Lord in thirun^eyththAnam, thirumazapAdi and reached in thirup pUn^thuruththi . Praising the Truth smeared in white ash with a pearl like body coming on the white bull, the sage who never forgot to do service to the Lord was very much willing to stay in that place always worshiping the Three-eyed Wonder. With His grace he founded a magnificent monastery there to sing the Lord who sang the holy vEdas and serve that Lord who enjoys in the Self. He recited a lots of hymns on the Lord staying there. While he was in thirup pUn^thuruththi, the child in appearance but magnificent in actions who established the path of shaivam in southern pANdiya kingdom, straightening up the back of the king and his justice - thirunyAna champan^dhar (1) came there. Hearing that the king of God is in thirup pUn^thuruththi he rushed there to meet the sage he revered so much that he did not want to call him even appa (father) but gave even much more respect by calling him appar .
Hearing that the young victorious saint was coming, old sage of matured love with an increasing eagerness to salute the prodigy mingled without anybody's notice in the huge crowd that was assembled to welcome the young saint. The great men are more and more humble. The sage who would be admired always for his service and devotion, appreciating whose devotion the Lord showed even the kailAsham at thiruvaiyARu humbly went and carried the pearl pallack (palanquin, litter) of thirunyAnachampan^dhar feeling that as a boon. When the pallack reached thiruppUn^thuruththi thirunyAnachampan^dhar enquired where the great sage appar perumAn was. To that the modest marvelous sage replied, "Thy slave got the great boon of carrying thy feet and am here." Appalled to see this thirunyAnachampan^dhar jumped out hurriedly from the pallack to prostrate to the great sage and asked with shivering words why did that revered great sage did that. The sage saluted him in all love and said how else he could serve the great thirunyAnachampan^dhar. The entire ocean of crowd roared to see the meeting of those two huge oceans of devotion.
Those two beacons of flourishment of shaivam went to worship the flawless Father of the Universe at thirup pUn^thuruththi. The king of words eagerly heard from the devotees came along the splendid deeds of resurrection of pANdiya kingdom in shaivam by the prodigy. Hearing the affection of the queen maN^gaiyarkkarachiyAr and the devotion of kulachchiRaiyAr , he wanted to go for pilgrimage in that thamiz kingdom. Hearing about the pretty most abodes of the Lord in thoNdai kingdom from the king of words the prodigy left to worship them. Soon appar perumAn went to pANdiya kingdom first to thirup puththUr . Then he went to the abode of the Eldest the great famous thiru AlavAy (madhurai) . With folded hands and converging mind he enjoyed the bliss that the honey like Lord offers. He was worshiped by the three wonderful devotees who served for the flourishment of shaivam in pANdiya kingdom the king n^inRa chIr n^edumARa n^AyanAr (2), the queen maN^gaiyarkkarachiyAr (3), the prime minister kulachchiraiyAr (4). He praised the Lord in thiruppUvaNam and went to salute the Lord who blessed the famous king of ayOdhya, the avatAr of mahA vishNu shri rAmachan^dhra atrAmEshwaram . He prostrated the shrines at thirun^elvEli, thiruk kAnappEr and many other abodes of Lord shiva.
After worshiping the abodes in pANdiya kingdom he came back to the chOza kingdom to the town called pUmpukalUr . Serving the Supreme there with melting heart everyday he sang a lots of his famousthiruth thANdakam s and many other songs. The God who grants the sea of grace wanted to show to the entire world the undisturbable mentally blissful state of the sage. He made gold and gems to appear along with the sand and stone in the temple premises. Considering them as valuable as the rolling stones on the path when doing the cleaning service in the abode he through them along with normal stones with his hand plow into the pond. He was too rich - he had the great wealth shiva who is the Lord of everything with him - to treat gems superior to pebbles. To that sage who had won one major distraction of desire for wealth the beautiful girls of the Heaven on whose beauty even the valiants who could face any number of perils fail. They used to dance, sing, pour flowers on him and did all the tricks to infatuate him. But the thirun^Avukkarachar perumAn was minding the service to God only with the mind never off tracking from the unparalleled parallel feet of the Blissgiving Beauty singing, "What do I require from you ? Am the slave of the Lord of thiruvArUr. Don't strain yourselves". Unable to distract the immense devotee inseparably involved in the God, they saluted him and returned back. If the blessings of the Lord who burnt the lust is there even the unfailing arrows of the cupid will fail.
That form of devotion, the king of words was staying in that coveted blissful state enjoying His grace for some time. Then he sat under the perennially blissful feet of the Attributeless in the form of the knowledge of the bliss of Lord shiva singing "puNNiyA ! unnadikkE pOdhukinrEn" (Oh Good deed ! am going to your feet) with the shower of flowers that Heavenly people did and with the praise of many sages on the day of chadhayam in the month of chiththirai. His fame is beyond the reach of covering. Great is the God, marvelous was this sage, superior was his service, kindling are his hymns. Let the unthinkably devotional, determined, flawless service of thirun^Avukkarachu n^AyanAr stay in the mind.