Sri RanganAyakai Nama:
In the 46th slOkam, Swamy Parasara Bhattar eulogized the divine beauty (dhivya soundharyam) of His Mother . In the 47th slOkam, Bhattar points out that the dhivya Aayudhams and the DhivyAbharaNams of the Lord are shared by Sri RanganAyaki ThAyaar Herself although the Lord out of consideration spares Her from discomfort of wearing His heavy aayudhams inview of Her delicate ThirumEni :
SaamAnya bhOgyamapi Kousthubha VaijayanthI-- panchAyudhAdhi ramaNa: svyamEva Bhibhrath tadhbhAra-khEdhamiva tE pariharthukAma: SrirangadhAma maNi manjari ! gaahathE thvAm
Meaning according to Dr.V.N.VedAntha Desikan :
Treasure of Srirangam City! The KhousthubhA gem, the Vaijayanthi garland, the five weapon-ornaments such as Chakra, Saranga, etc., are all common decoration ornaments for both of You . Both can wear all of them. May be, the Lord wears them all lest their weight should harm Your too-sensitive body You are to be spared the strain of load-bearing.
Additional Comments :
Swamy ParAsara Bhattar salutes Sri RanganAyaki ThAyaar with a beautiful nAmam: " Sriranga-DhAma- MaNi-Manjari." She is recognized here as the invaluable gem-assembly of Sriranga dhivya Desam . She is the crest jewel (rathna gucchikA) of Sriranga-dhAma Hari, Sri RanganAthan.
She and Her Lord are joint owners of all the divine weapons and auspicious ornamments that the Lord traditonally wears . Both of them are entitled to wear them . The Lord thinks about Her slender and delicate frame and spares Her the burden of wearing these heavy weapons and AabharaNams . He wants to enjoy Her free of any discomfort caused by the protocol to wear these heavy AabharaNams and Aayudhams. He wants to spare Her any fatigue from wearing Vahana aayaasam)these heavy entities . The discomfort arising from adorning of heavy aabharaNams and aayudhams is referred to as "BhAra KhEdham ". As " Lakshmi Rakshakan ", Lord RanganAthan, the LakshmI SahAyan, bears the burden, which is too much for His Devi's KomaLAngam .
Sri RanganAyaki ThAyAr ThiruvadigaLE SaraNam,
Daasan, Oppilaippan Koil VaradAchAri SatakOpan