Thekkan Kariathan and Thekkan Karumakan, two extraordinary warriors born in the lush lap of Kerala. Their story is intertwined with the divine, as they are blessed with the sacred mission of molding two boys into masters of martial combat.
Step into the lush landscapes of Kerala and immerse yourself in a captivating tale of friendship, hunting, and divine encounters. Follow the journey of Pada Nair and Kelachandra Nair as they stumble upon Karinkulakkandathamma, where they experience a culinary delight that leads to unexpected mysteries. A mesmerizing encounter with an elusive and vibrant fish sets them on a path of divine revelation. As they attempt to capture the celestial fish, they unwittingly come face to face with the gods Vishnu and Shiva, forever altering their destinies. To atone for their actions, the divine beings entrust them with a sacred mission, setting the stage for the birth of two extraordinary boys who would become masters of martial combat. This captivating narrative weaves together the ordinary and the celestial, showcasing the rich cultural heritage of Kerala.
This tale transports readers to a bygone era and showcases the enduring connection between mortals and the divine in the picturesque landscapes of Kerala. It paints a vivid picture of the region's cultural richness, celebrating the friendship of Pada Nair and Kelachandra Nair and their extraordinary encounters. The narrative highlights the unexpected twists of fate, the mysteries of nature, and the profound consequences of human actions. As the story unfolds, readers witness the emergence of two exceptional boys, Thekkan Komappan and Thekkan Chathu, who become masters of martial combat, embodying the essence of tradition and discipline. The sacred statues of these legendary figures and the enduring legacy of their story are woven into the tapestry of Kerala's cultural heritage, offering a glimpse into a world where the boundaries between the mortal realm and the divine are blurred.