Rishi's words came true. 'The cyclone started at midnight and the branch fell into the
tank. Instantaneously the boy got
redemption. By the sacred power of the Teertham, a heavenly Vimana gave lift to Devasarma
to go to Vaikuntham. When the
Vimana was proceeding to Vaikuntham, the servants of Varuna stopped him asking, "How
did you take a bath in a tank at mid-night? Is it not against rules? Don't you know that?
We have power to punish such persons.
Tell us why you took the bath at mid-night."
Vishnu's servants who were carrying the Vimana told Varuna's servants that the particular
pond had special powers.
In that tank one may bathe at any hour, day or night. If they had doubts, they might refer
the matter to Varuna. Saying thus, they carried the boy to Vaikuntham. From that day, it
is known as Ahoratra Pushkarani (Ahoratra means Day and Night). 'Those who sit by the side
of the Tulasi plant and feed a brahmin with dishes of all tastes, would get rid of all
sins and attain Moksham.