svaadhIna vR^iShagirIshaaM svayaM prabhUtaaM pramaaNayaami dayaam.h..11
adiyEn seeks as my foundation for my rakshaNam DayA DEvi (DayAM PramANayAmi).She has Her Lord under her influence (svaadheena Vrusha Gireesam). She is followed by the assembly of Bhagavaan’s five guNams: Balam, Iswaryam, sakthi, Veeryam and Tejas (anuchara Sakthi aadhi guNam). The sixth guNam, Jn~Anam, goes in front announcing the Kattiyam of “Jaya, Jaya” to Dayaa Devi. That Jn~Ana guNam in front of Dayaa Devi is like the hand torch to light the way (agrEsara BhOdha virachitha AalOkAm). She is the queen of the Lord of Thirumalai without parallel (Svayam PrabhUthAm).
When a queen travels on the streets of her Capitol at night,there are servants who carry lighted torches to illuminate the way. Her retinue follows behind. Her adoring Lord accompanies her. In this state, she has very few people equal to her. She shines supreme. Similarly the Dayaa Devi, the divine consort of the Lord is an unmatched queen in Her Vaibhavam. When She sets forth to protect a Jeevan in trouble, among Her six guNams, Jn~Anam goes in front of Her to illuminate Her path. The other five follow Her to help Her. Dayaa Devi with such parivAramhas Her Lord under Her influence. There is no one superior to Her. Therefore, adiyEn leaves the burden of my protection to Her. This slOkam suggests that Bhagavaan’s Jn~Ana guNam comprehends the state of suffering of the Jeevan and uses the Sakthi, Balam andother guNams to protect the jeevan