Thiru Kovaloor..

Thirumangai AzhwAr –when he sang about Thirukkoilur verses- had sung:

Periya Thirumozhi 2.10.4

thaangkarumbOr maalipadap paRavai yoornNdhu
tharaathalatthOr kuRaimudittha thanmaiyaanai,
aangkarumbik kaNNeersOrnN dhanbu koorum
adiyavargat kaaramudha maanaan Rannai,
kOngkarumbu surapunnai kuravaar sOlaik
kuzhaavarivaN disaipaadum paadal kEttu
theengkarumbu kanVaLarum kazhani soozhnNdha
thirukkOva looradhanuL kaNdEn nNaanE. 2.10.4

The Lord who had appeared on Garudan and chased Maali asuran
and others(of LankA before rAvaNan’s time) and removed the
sufferings of the world. Thereby the Lord became the sweetest
nectar for those whose eyes were welled with tears of joy that time.
Such Greatest Lord- I saw Him at ThirukkOviloor, where the
bees hum in the most fragrant flower gardens.

Here:

Angarumpi- is referred to Poikai;
kaNNeer sOrndhu- to BhoothatthazhwAr
anbukoorum adiyavar- to PeyAzhwAr.

Here Kaliyan refers to kuzhaavarivaNdisai paadum paadal kEttu theenkarumbu kaNN
vaLarum. “.. means: the sugarcane plants grow quicker and taller listening to
the humming and singing bees in fertile Thirukkoilur.

AzhwAr refers (inner meaning) sugarcane to the Lord of Thirukkoilur- Ayan.
Poikai, Bhoo, PeyazhwArs are the bees who sang (in chaste tamil verses).
Listening to that- grew Trivikraman in glorious form. This is the swApadEsam.
Aazvaar, Emberumaanaar, Jeeyar Thiru Adikalley Sarannam.

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