sa~Nkalpa kiMkara charaachara chakravaalaM
sarvaati shaayinaM ananta shayasya puMsaH.
bhuumaanam. h aatma vibhavaiH punaruktayantii
vaachaam. h abhuumir. h api bhuumir. h asi tvamekaa. 4
Oh BhUmi PirAtti! Your dear consort, the Supreme Being, rests on His loftied bed of AdhisEshan (sarva athiSAyinam Anantha Sayasya Pumsa:). There is no limit to His glories and fame (BhUmA in the ChAdhOgya Upanishadhic sense). The sentient (Jangamam) and the non-moving, insentients (sthAvaram) stay fully under His control and will (sankalpa kinkara chara achara chakravALam). There is no glory that is superior to His glories (Pumsa: aathma vaibhavam). When His superior vaibhavam joins with Your limitless glories, both of Your vaibhavams get mutually enhanced and reinforced. Because of this multiplication of Your glories from this union, it becomes even more difficult to succeed in praising You adequately. You become unapproachable through words and yet You shine as Bhaktha sulabhA (easily accessible to Your devotees).
The world’s sentient and insentient objects (CharAchara chakravALam) are under the control of BhagavAn’s sankalpam (sankalpa kinkara bhAvam). Oh BhUmi Devi! Your vaibhavam, when it becomes united with Your Divine consort’s limitless glories ends up multiplying them many fold (Pumsa: bhUmAnam aathma vibhavai: punarukthayanthee ). Thus You become matchless (yEkA Thvam) in exercising this power. You thus become an object that is not approachable by the words of praise (vaachAm abhUmi) and yet You are the most easy to approach by those, who seek Your protection (BhUmi asi).
Courtesy: Sri Oppiliappan Koil Sri Varadachari Sathakopan
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