It contains graphic descriptions of the varieties of farm produce, of peasant life and its pathos, studded with rustic humour. It also has a religious element intended finally to lead the audience to the presiding deity of the place or temple after which a particular Pallu takes its name. The main reason of this action is to seek divine blessings. The most famous such work, Mukkutar pallu in eighteenth century is of unknown authorship. This was originally a poetic composition. It is the most literary Pallu. Later, Ennayinar rendered it into a broader dance-drama.
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