The first stanza which states the central premise to be
elaborated in the rest of the poem contains the
Andal praises the day (NANNAL)that has appeared of
its own accord for the observance of the vow.What it
means is that for a soul,that day is the Good Day when
he understands all about himself and God and their
mutual relationship of Lord and Servant which is stated
in the Tirumantram.
The fruit in getting one's body is for serving the
Lord here and hereafter (NEERADA PODUVIR)
All those who have a longing for the service of the
Lord are qualified to join her.(PODUVIR PODUMINO)
She speaks of the radiance that attended on the face
of her companions on hearing her requisition.(MADI
NIRAINDA ;the moon is not in the sky alone!)
The prosperity of Gokula consists of Sri Krishna's
amiable pranks in stealing butter and girls; i.e.,the
wealth of a Sri Vaishnava consists of his intoxicating
love for and enjoyment of Lord's company.
Nandagopa's vigilance in guarding Krishna with his
very sharp spear in hand symbolises the "ASTHANE
BHAYA-SANKA" and "MANGALASASANA-PARATA" which
characterises a SriVaishnava.
Yasoda's over-indulgence of Krishna is responsible
for all his pranks and misbehaviour towards the young
SrimanNarayana is the SOLE MEANS of attaining His Feet.
This strikes the keynote of the Song Divine-TIRUPPAVAI.
NARAYANANE (Upaya Swarupam) NAMAKKE (Adhikari Swarupam)
PARAI (Phala Swarupam) TARUVAN.The safest means of securing
Him is not Karma yoga etc but His Grace only.
That is the sum and substance of this verse.