Maenmai utranai en Arunachala
You make your devotees who are naturally humble to be even humbler and bow down to you even more, thus you become greater/superior, what a wonder!
Becoming humble and bowing down is not a sign of weakness but of greatness. Since true devotees see divinity in everyone, they respect every being on this earth. Worshipping Arunachala who removes the ego so they are anyway humble (maenmael thaazhndhidum melliyar, literally means more and more, being humble, soft hearted people). The quality that makes you become bound and slaved by the love of your poor devotees places you on a plane higher than the highest, and that is the secret of your greatness, says Bhagavan. This very quality was exhibited by Bhagavan says Siva Prakasam Pillai, who praises Bhagavan in a verse ‘ thaazha thaazha nalamigum thaazhvon paadham vaazhgave’.
My note: ‘thaazhndhu’ has many nuances, such as to go lower, as when respecting someone who is higher (in position, power, status etc), here it means to be humble, gentle, soft-hearted.