ahR^idayam.h iha upachchhandhyaiShaaM asa~Nga dashaarthinii.
tR^iShita janataa tiirthasnaana krama xapitainasaaM
vitarasi daye viitaata~Nkaa vR^iShaadri pateH padam.h..75
The key words here are: “DayE! (Thvam) Vrushagiri PathE: padham vitharasi” (Oh Dayaa DEvi! You bless the prapannAs with the enjoyment of the sacred feet of Lord VenkatEsa). Dayaa Devi! You grant the grand wealth of Kaivalyam (AathmAvalOkanam or enjoyment of the Aathma svaroopam), which is one grade bigger than the Iswaryam of Brahma, which is turn is one level larger than that of the wealth of MahEswaran (Lord Siva). You do not confer anyone of these categories of wealth as a boon out of full enthusiasm. Why is that so You grant these requested boons half-heartedly ? It is because these Iswaryams are not everlasting (Saasvatham). Moksha SaamrAjyam is the only everlasting Iswaryam. You decide that they roam around the desired pastures for a while and then correct them to seek the everlasting Iswaryam that you can bless them with. You wait for them to lose interest in these fickle Iswaryams and once they recognize the asAram and the temporariness of these perishable Iswaryams, You bless them with the Jn~Anam to destroy their sins of anyadevathA upAsanam and Bhaagavatha apachArams and motivate them to perform Prapatthias Mumukshus (those desiring Moksham). Your hesitancy to grant them Moksham without Prapatthi is now removed and You grant Moksham to these PrapannAs without fear or favor (PakshapAtham and Saasthra Viruddham) The blessed ones become the fortunate ones to perform nithya Kaimkaryam at the holy feet of Your Lord. Oh Dayaa Devi! Who else can render such great assistance (MahOpakAram) except You ?