This saint was the native of Kampili. He was a weaver. He was highly devoted to the Lord
and His Bhaktas. His mind was well fixed on the lotus feet of the Lord. His lips always uttered the
Panchakshara Mantra. His hands were ever busy in the service of His Bhaktas. These three virtues
gained the Lord’s grace for him.
Here is another instance of the glory of the Name of God. We have already seen the glory of
the Lord’s Name (Vide page 51) while studying the life of Sirapulli Nayanar. Constant repetition of
the Mantra enables you to remember Him always, throughout the day and even during sleep! The
technique is this: as soon as you wake up in the morning, sit down for half an hour and mentally
repeat the Mantra. And keep up the current during your work, too, by withdrawing yourself for a
few moments every hour and mentally visualising the presence of the Lord in you and mentally
repeating the Mantra. If you are established in this practice, very soon you will find that even when
you are talking or are engaged in other activities—nay, even during sleep, the mind goes on
repeating the Mantra. You will get God-realisation. In addition to this glorious Japa Yoga, Nesa
Nayanar also practised the Yoga of Synthesis. He thought of God, he lived for God, he worked for
God, he was highly devoted to God and loved Him

In the Tamil month Panguni– Sagadu Natchathiram is widely celebrated as Guru Puja day of Thiru Nesa Nayanar , the day he attained the Abode of Lord Siva