the penitent Kovalan, she give her invaluable anklet to dispose of for turning a
new leaf with the money obtained from selling it. When the dovelike Kovalan went
out on that commission, he met a hawk in the form of a gold-smith, who after
defrauding the queen's anklet was on the look-out to involving a gullible man to
foist his guilt on him, and breathe freely. Kovalan fell into this net. The
goldsmith showing the anklet to the King and succeeded in passing
on his guilt to Kovalan. The power mad king ordered the execution of Kovalan
sans enquiry and witness.
the death of her Lord, Kannaki transformed herself into Mahakali, and dashed
into the court of the Pandyan king frightened the King and audience with her
eyes splitting fire and mouth letting out flames. Dashing against the ground her
another anklet filled with diamonds against the queen's loaded with pearls, she
proved that her Lord was guiltless, and cursed death on the King and devastation
to the Madurai city. The frightened king died in his throne, and the court and
palace started falling and burning at once.