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March 11,2011
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KEERAN GETTING OUT OF THE TANK AND CLIMBING THE SHORE

Nakkeerar got drowned in the tank because of the anger of the God Soma sundarar. Shenbaga Pandiyan understood that it was GOD himself who had   come under disguise as a learned man (Pulavar in tamil). He rushed to the temple with full of emotion and sadness to get back Nakkeeerar. The other learned persons also accompanied them and requested the God, with tears gushing out of their eyes , to give back Nakkeerar to them. The God appeared in his vehicle Bull, and made Nakkeerar to come out of the water of the tank. The god who had an angry look earlier  now looked at him compassionately. Nakkeerar apologized for telling that Mother Uma’s flowing hair doesn’t have natural fragrance. He recited an anthathi( a form of  poetryunder the title” half Kailash and half Kaalaththi”. Hearing that anthathi( a form of poem) HE came in person before Nakkeerar,caught hold of his hands and lifted him out of the tank waters.Nakkeerar  felt that  even the anger of the GOD is a blessing for him and recited a poetry called “Blessing in anger”(Koba prasadam) then Nakkeerar worshipped both Lord Soma sundarar and Godess Meenakshi. He praised in that poem praising Lord who does good even for those who do evil and likewise praised him. Lord blessed Nakkeerar, and that he will remain in the group of learned as before. He disappeared along with Goddess and sat in the Meenakshi temple. The king gave a bag full of gold coins (Por kizhi in tamil) and various concessions to Tarumi. The God thought of developing Nakkeerar’s  knowledge in grammar further,  as he gave his voice forTamil.t  


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