vR^iShagirim.h adhiruhya vyaktam.h aalokayantii.
anitara sharaNaanaam.h aadhiraajye.abhiShi~nchet.h
shamita vimata paxaa shaar~Nga dhanvaanukampaa..106
This sthOthram is capable of yielding all desired fruits. Those who master the meanings of this sthOthram (idham Sathakam Samyak abhyasyamAnAn) would clearly understand the glories of Prapatthi maargam and perform SaraNAgathy at the sacred feet of the Lord of ThiruvEnkatam. Pleased with this upAya anushtAnam, Dayaa DEvi will ascend the hills of ThiruvEnkatam and cast Her benevolent glances on the PrapannAs. She will make sure that all the obstacles that stood in the way of Moksham for these PrapannAs are destroyed by Her Lord holding the bow of Saarngam in His hand. Being the KaruNA Devi, She does not Herself come forward to destroy these obstructing entities but gets Her Lord to take action. Afterwards, Dayaa Devi crowns the leaders in Moksha SaamrAjyam, where ParamaikAnthis not seeking any other upAyam reside (anihtara SaraNAnAm AadhirAjyE abhishinchEth). It appears that Dayaa Devi reached the top of the Lofty hills of ThiruvEnkatam to drench the PrapannAs with Her shower fo KaruNaa from a high position. Swamy Desikan visualizes Dayaa Devi as “SaarngadhanvAnukampaa” staying on top of the Seven hills to drench the PrapannAs with Her downpour of karuNA ( Vrusha girim adhiruhya vyaktham AalOkayanthee)