Thooki aNaindharuL Arunachala
Arunachala, don’t be like the person who puts up a mirror in front of the face of a man who’s got his nose cut, instead, like a compassionate mother, lift me up and embrace me in your grace.
No matter how ugly the baby is, it doesn’t reduce affection of the mother. Like that, you also overlook my short comings and lack of qualifications for your grace, and embrace me with your compassionate grace.
If you hold up a mirror to a man who has lost his nose, how deeply it would affect him? It will be the ultimate insult as it points out his unattractiveness. So please bear with my faults and don’t mock me for the short comings, says Bhagavan.
My qualifications are not enough to be fir for your grace, it is only your compassion for lowly person like me that can lift me up in stature and make me fit for your grace. Since I have surrendered to your feet, elevate me from my lowliness and rule over me, pleads Bhagavan.