The main aspects in this part are: Tikkanaâ€™s Poetic Excellence, the importance of Virata Parva, the prejudice between the Saivaites and Vaishnavaites during Tikkanaâ€™s era, the maturity in Tikkana from the time of Nirvachanottara Ramayana to Mahabharata, Tikkanaâ€™s personality, the dramatization in Virata Parva, the philosophy of HariHaranatha and Tikkanaâ€™s vision of HariHaranatha
The main aspects in this part are: Tikkanaâ€™s Prabandhic style of writing, Dharmaraja laments the difficulties faced by them in the period of exile, Dhoumya consoles Dharmaraja, Bheema extends solace to Dharmaraja, Dharmaraja discusses with Arjuna on where to spend their period of incognito, Arjuna suggests the places for incognito.
The main aspects in this part are: Pandavas decide to spend their period of incognito in the city of Virata, they discuss their ways of living in the city of Virata, hide their weapons on the Jammi Tree and enter the city of Virata.
The main aspects in this part are: Virata entrusting Arjuna with the responsibility of training Uttara in dance, the wrestling between Jeemuta Malla and Bhima, Pandavas settling down in the city of Virata
The main aspects in this part are: Keechakaâ€™s lust for Droupadi, Droupadiâ€™s warns Keechaka, Sudeshna tries to reform Keechaka and on failure of which she agrees to send Droupadi to Keechakaâ€™s house.
The main aspects in this part are: Sudeshna sends Droupadi to Keechakaâ€™s house for liquor, Keechaka tries to molest Droupadi, Droupadi runs towards Virataâ€™s court, Keechaka pursues and insults Droupadi, Dharmaraja pacifies Bhima
The main aspects in this part are: Sudeshna consoles Droupadi, Droupadi tells her woes to Bhima, Droupadi presses for revenge, Droupadi and Bhima plot for Keechakaâ€™s murder, Droupadi asks Keechaka to come to Nartanasala