This Paasuram is also narrated in such a way that Piratti is not waking up Sri Krishnar from his sleep instead she is keeping her mouth closed. As the result of this, Sri Andal asks some of the question to her. This is well portrayed in this Paasuram.
"Piratti! we are also the Bhaktais of Sri Kannan and we are waiting for his seva and waiting for a long time. Please wake Him up. The light from the vilakku is still on and Sri Kannan is sleeping on the silky bed, which is placed on the cot done by the Ivory. You are said to be the Swaroopam of calmness, but you are making us calm and we are waiting for Sri Krishna's seva. You have a great bhakti on Him and you don't want His sleep to get disturbed. But, all of the Paavais are performing the Paavai Noanbhu. So, please wake him up". In this Paasuram, Sri Andal explains the greatness of both - Sri Krishnar and Piratti.
Words and the meanings:
The vilakku is still on beside the bed of Sri Krishnar.
|Methendra Panjasayam :|
On the silky bed, Sri Krishnar gives his sayakolam.
|Nee un Manalanai :|
Sri Andal asks Piratti to wake up her pathi - Sri Kannan. (Manalan means husband).