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தீர்த2ம் சிவத்வபரிதா3யி கபாலிநோsபி
KalyAni! One who is auspicious! EmperumAn’s lotus feet even though originated from an unclean place became auspicious due to their association with Your lotus like hands. Thus, His feet attained the capacity to purify everything in the three
worlds including Siva’s hands that was dirty due to the blood-dripping Brahma’s head that he plucked.
‘kUtpatti mUlam’ should be split as ku+utpatti mUlam, one that emerged from an inauspicious source. ‘ku’ also means bhUmi. The term kUtpatti mUlam also means the source of bhUmi. Purusha sUktam says “padbhyAm bhUmi:” indicating that the world occurred from EmperumAn’s feet. The poet calls EmperumAn’s feet unclean to bring out the greatness of PiraTTi’s hands. PiraTTi caresses EmperumAn’s feet and thus makes them auspicious.