Sundara Pandian endowed a big
village, the revenue from which was earmarked for the offerings for the Alwars sannidhis.
This inscription also tells a lot about the measurements used in that period and about the
'trade unions' that functioned in those early days.
- The features seen in the niches
of the inner corridor around Perumal shrine reveals early chola style.
- The madilpatti mandapams are
in Vijayanagar style. Also in this period the right of supervising the temple and repairs
(Tiruppani Nirvaha Kaniyatchi) was sold by the trustees to third parties.
- The 16-Pillar mandapam at the
entrance of Perumal Sanndhi is in the Chola style.
The unique panel in the
bas-relief style on the southern rampart at the Ramanuja Kalaksheba mandapam, depicts
Ramanuja as a student, standing in all humility at the feet of his Guru Yadhavaprakasa.
This unique panel also records for the posterity, the much hailed Guru-sishya relationship
of those days.