phenomenal then occured, when the fourth who was no other than
Srimannarayana desiring to feast His ears with the nectarine melody
of the songs assembled and revealed to them His bhuvana mohanarupa.
Literally transported, at the surprisingly unexpected darsan of the
Lord of Lords, trey sang extempore in praise of Him one hundred
pasurams each. All in their rapturous ecstacy-nay devotion dipped
delicious sweet sensational state, unknown to any man, nor heard by
angels even. But well known to pious souls.
These soul-lifting and
hypotising pasurarns-numbering three hundred are the first three
hundred dazzling bright gems woven into the Nalayira Divya
Prabhandam, sung by nine other like minded Alwars. These famous verses enshrining the Vaishnavate culture thus took their origin
from here and thus deserve to adorn the pendent of the divyabharana
of Srimannarayana. Hence the sanctity that beckons a visit
unavoidable, if man were to be called man and sincerely desire to
shuffle off once for all the earthly attachments before shuffling
off the mortal coils to making his Jivtama merge with Paramatma.