Slokaas Vasantha Tilakaa According to this tradition, every set of ten reveals a particular meaning, which together covers the Ananatha KalyaaNa GuNams of the Lord of Thiruvenkatam. The ten meanings associated with the ten sets of ten slokas have been summarized by Srirama Desikaacchaar Swamy this way: 1. The Lord of Thiruvenkatam is the one, who can give Mokshaanugraham.
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Ramaswamy Ayyangar This stotra is unique in several respects. Among all the auspicious attributes kalyana-gunas of the Lord, Daya is the Empress 30, The Lord Himself dons Daya as a protecting armour against our sins which assail Him. Slokas 1 to are seen to consist of ten distinct topics from the way each set of 10 slokas is couched in a different metre vrittam.
Those very words are used in several places in the stotra. Thus Daya Satakam is the essence of Bhagavad-vishayam, as Tiruvaymoli is called. The word Daya, or one of its synonyms such as Kripa, Anukampa or Karuna, occurs in every one of the slokas except two 8 and Lord Srinivasa of the Seven Hills Tirumalai-Tirupati — the God of millions of men and women of Bharat who call Him Venkatesa, Govinda, Balaji and so on — is the Lord to whom this stotram is dedicated in the sense that it is His Daya that is eulogised here.
Lord Srinivasa having Himself come down as Vedanta Desika, it is in the fitness of things that He does not sing about Himself. Daya is placed above the Lord in several slokas — 11, 13, 63 and The Lord Himself is all admiration for the way Daya functions.
It is at the command of Daya Devi that the Lord takes the several incarnations The part that Daya Devi played in the several incarnations is dealt with in detail in the ninth decad of the stotra 81 to Daya is but an alter ego of Sri or Lakshmi 6 and In a happy mood the Lord gave it out through Desika, like an expert musician playing on the Veena for his own delectation
Daya Satakam – దయాశతకమ్