dhR^iShTas tvayaiva janimaan.h apavargam.h akR^iShTa pachyaM anubhavati..20
The key words here are: “Thvayaa yEva dhrushta: janimAn apavargam akrushtapacchyamanubahavathy”. Oh Dayaa Devi! The one who is born in this world gains Moksha Sukham without any striving, once Your merciful glances fall on that person at the time of birth. Swamy Desikan points out that it is the power of friendship of Dayaa Devi with the eyes of the Moon of ThiruvEngatam hills (VrushAchala IndhO: nayanE tArA maithreem dhadhAnayA ThvyA ), which achieves such results.
Lord SrinivAsan is a feast for our eyes and is like the Beautiful Moon at Thirumala. Oh Dayaa Devi! You wish that Your Lord bless the chEthanams with His auspicious eyes. Therefore, You take a seat inside His eyes and generate His affection for the ChEthanams. At the time of birth of the ChEthanam in this world, You prompt your Lord to cast His benevolent glances on the chEthanam. This glance is known as the JaayamAna KaDAksham. The ChEthanam is now blessed to receive AchArya Sambhandham and travels onto Moksham through the anushtAnam of Bhakthi or Prapatthi yOgam. The reference to the birth of Bhudhan due to the affection between Chandran and His wife, TaarA is referred to bythe choice of the word “TaarA Maithree” by Swamy Desikan according to Sri Sriraama DesikAchAr Swamy.