tvadabhimatiM suvR^iShTim.h upajIvya nivR^itta tR^iShaH.
bhahuShu jalaashayeShu bahumaanam.h apohya daye
na jahati satpathaM jagati chaatakavat.h kR^itinaH..58
Oh DayA Devi! The fortunate (blessed) ones remove their dependence on the unintelligent ones and depend on the dark rain cloud at ThiruvEnkatam to remove their afflictions from the scorching SamsAric heat. They anticipate your auspicious downpour to cool themselves and to remove their thirst. In this context, they are like the legendary ChAthakA birds, which depend only on the water from the rains coming down from the sky and stay away from water collected on ground at ponds and lakes. The Chathaka birds hover in the sky in anticipation of the nourishing rain waters. So do the fortunate devotees of ThiruvenkatamudayAn, who await Your drenching downpour of Dayaa.