This Paasuram once again explains that Sri Andal and other gopiyars waking up Sri Krishnar and Piratti.
"Hey Krishna ! You are the chief of all the Devars and you will be there in the place if they are in danger and if they call you for help. You are that kind of a brave person. Wake up from your sleep. If any your Bhaktas being troubled by their enemies, you give them fever to them (i.e.) this means the perumal makes them fright with his various Gunams.
Piratti, you have a beautiful eyes and red coloured lips. We all are waiting. Just wake him up and ask him to take bath along with us".
Words and the meanings:
Muppatthu Moovar : This is referred to all the Devars and Sri Kannan is considered as the chief to all the Devars.
Veppam Kodukkum Vimalaa : Here, Veppam means the fever. This explains how Sri Krishnar takes care of his Bhaktas.
Chevvaai Sirumarungal : This refers to the beautiful mouth of Piratti.
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