Faturing the scenes from Kailasagiri, the abode of Lord Siva filled with joy on witnessing the diving dance of Shakthi and Shiva, till the reunion of Parvathy with Parameshwaran in marriage. The dancers enact the scenes like Dhakshayaini’s anger, her avatar as a daughter Parvathy to Himavan and Menai, the kings and queen of Himalayas. The spectators see the destruction by fire and resurrection of Kama, the encounter between Kamadhahanam, Siva’s disguise as an old Brahmin, and Parvathy. This classical Indian dance ballet depicts Parvathy’s severe penance to marry Lord Siva, the great and grand Mappillai Oorvalam, the grandeur of the marriage of Parvathy and Siva. The lyrics by Sri Kaasal Mathi, the music by Sri Bala Balabharathy. This Bharatanatyam-based ballet was choreographed and performed for different number of dancers.