The Lord among the horse traders was living in the village of Velam Putthoor.He appeared as a trader and built a straw house there with his followers. Thereafter, heproclaimed the new religion of Civan, the symbol of which was a horse. A herd of horsesgathered to that straw-wall house and the horsemen were also trained there. Peoplefrom all over the country flock to that new plaefeld. The horses in that camp had the qualityof a Deity and the medical skills of horse breeders. Hence they became experts and wererespected everywhere for that reason.
Maanikkavaachakar had organised a fearless (அவளுவேள் ஒப்பு) white horse with a horn inhis forehead known as Peruntha Yathra. When that horse, Peruntha Yathra encounteredLord Civan's chosen horse, that he won the conflict with the subtle wiles of Lord Civan.Thus, that white horse Pilavulliya gave rise to the Civan-born Payagon race among themany tribes of the country. In the same way Devasena, who was very beautiful, gaverise to the Chinnamalai (சிந்நாயம் ல ஜெந்தெள்; i.e.சினாங்காம், the deer that likes deer-foods). As PaNila and Rathai are not well-known names, we have mentioned them as they appear in a place called Olaththaal.
79 - 82: In a sacred pond in the western direction of Thiru-Perun-Thurai (நீருவளைய மின்னிடம்), Lord Civan revealed Himself to a devotee named Thavadipaal (தவதிபல்) who was so deeply longing for Him. At that time Lord Civan was in His pre-human form, along with Niranjana and Sura (சூரி). He revealed His role in the affairs of the world to Thavadipaal and took him to Arimaanam (எரிமானம்) to mediate in a dispute between Thejas and Viraas. At Arimaanam Lord Civan (as Niranjana) initiated a woman sarpanch (திருமஹுதரண் சாப்பனை) named Narayanam (நாறாய்யாம்). Narayanam was the mother of Chakkapoo (சக்கபூவ) and husband of Chakkarai (சக்காமி). Lord Civan revealed His role in the affairs of the world and back home the women praised them for it. d2c66b5586