"During the rainy season, the lion is resting inside the cave for sometime. But after few minutes, it realise itself and with his fur being twisted and with huge roaring, it comes out of the cave and goes for hunting. Likewise, we want you to come out from your sleep. We wanted to see your great and brave thirunadai. Hey Krishna! You have the colour that of the flower kaayampoo . Please come out and sit in your Simhasanam and hear our wordings and give your blessings to all of us".
Words and the meanings:
Maari : 'Maari' means rain.
Malai Muzhanjil : The cave.
Seeriya singam : The lion, that comes out from the cave.
Singasanathirundhu yaam vandha : Sri Andal asks Sri Krishnar to come out like a lion and have the seat in his simhasanam and to hear their appeals.
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