As per sankarar - "Kevala Jnanathale moksham". Vakya janya vakyathale moksham i. Vedam says that brahmam and me are the same. Vishistaadvaitham accepts that knowledge is needed for moksham but What type of knowledge? Though Sankarar was talking about moksham through knowledge in his ealry days, but in his later days Sankarar said - "Nahi Nahi rakshathi dukrun karane..
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He is like the Sun dispelling the dense darkness of ajnAna by his brilliant rays of Sree sooktis casting away the dOShas of kali age. Once near tirumangollai he was hiding along with his mates waiting for some wayfarer. BagavAn decided to bless him. So He came in the guise of a brAhmaNa groom with His newly wedded bride, both of them wearing a lot of jewelry. AzhwAr robbed them of their jewels except the ring on the toe of BagavAn.
AzhwAr pulled it with his teeth and put all the jewels in a bag and tried to lift it but in vain. He was surprised and demanded at sword point to tell him what mantra He had employed. He revealed His true form of nArAyaNa. A good literary work; the essence of vEdas; a spark of fire to burn the other religious sects to ash. Hence here Sree embAr says that Sree rAmAnuja should bless him to have the capacity to read understand and remember the pASuras of not only tirumangai AzhwAr but of all others too.
Hence it is but natural that he had the divya darSana of BagavAn with all His glories. He has special interest in archAvatAra of various temples starting from badarikASrama where the tirumantra was taught by nArAyaNa to nara.
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srisailEsa (thiruvAimozhi piLLai)
Thirumozhi is holy sayings. Poomaalai means Garland of Flowers and Paamaalai means garland of Poetry expressing Her longing and love for the Lord. She has sung 30 pasurams or Hymns of Thiruppavai and Pasurams of Thirumozhi. Thiruppavai has been touched upon already. The following are the titles of pasurams in groups Of Ten pasurams each in which She has put forth the Outpourings on Her love for the Lord.
Naalayira Divya Prabhandham