The creator of Tiruvaimozhi is Sri Naathamuni also called Shatarimuni and Nammaalwaar. Among the 4000 dhivya prabandham, this is the fourth 1000 paasurams. This contains a collection of paasurams sung by Nammaazhwaar. In our Sampradhaayam, Bhagavath Vishayam specifically means Thiruvaimozhi and its meanings. SrIman Naaraayanan, out of his causeless mercy, blessed Nammaazhwaar (and other Azhwaars) with divine and blemishless knowledge and devotion. Nammaazhwaar, after being blessed by Emperumaan, explained the essence of 4 Vedams through 4 Divya Prabhandhams each depicting the gist of one of the Vedas. The Tiruvaimozhi is the last of the 4 Divya Prabhandams and provides the gist of Saamaveda. The Author has translated this book from Tamil to Kannada for the benefit of Kannada speaking Srivaishnavas. The Tiruvaimozhi has 10 parts (Sanchike) each part or Decad (100 Paashurams) talks about a particular quality of bhagavAn. It is said that reciting Tiruvaimozhi leads to the unltimate salvation. This book gives the tenth decad (Shathaka) which talks about Nirhethuka Mahopakaarithvam (bestowing great favours out of unconditional grace).