Oh Dayaa Devi! Just as coolness is an intrinsic attribute of the Ocean, You are the natural attribute (SvabhAva bhUthaa) of the Lord of Thirumala. You turn Him away from His fearsome dance that He performs during the time of PraLayam and forcefully change Him to dance His captivating and beautiful-to-behold dance of anugraham.
Lord Srinivasan’s innate tendency is Compassion. Occasionally, He gets angry at the chEthanams that transgress His Saasthrams. His anger is fierce during those times. During the time of deluge (PraLayam), His sankalpam takes the form of a dancing lady performing dances that frighten one. During those scary times, Oh Dayaa Devi, You grapple the hands of the dancing lady (BhagavAn’s sankalpam) and forcefully influence Her to perform the dance of anugraham for the benefit of the chEthanams lying without naamams and roopams (Name and forms/ Indhriyams and Sareerams).