- It was covered by leather and tightened by leather strips.
- It was decorated with peacock feather at the bottom.
- There was ‘ulinjai’ flowers made of gold (as a sign of war, it had connected).
- It had the journey to have both in blood outside.
Royal-bed to band
- It had the mattress as soft as oil foam.
- The poet rest and slept on the bed.
- The king returned after band-ceremony.
- He saw the poet sleeping on band-cot.
- He waved the royal fan on him to sleep sound.
- When the poet woke up saw the happenings.
He felt and praised king saying these words.
- “You would have cut me to death. You did not. This is enough to prove your Tamil culture. Further more you are fanning on me. I heard that only the people having fame in this world will get the Heavenly world of enjoyment. I am the crime enjoying bliss in this world.”
Poem by: MosiKiranar
Poem to: Perunjeral Irumborai, The Chera King, who won the battle at Takadur (the capital of King Athiyaman.