a:zhi malai kanna: onru ni: kaikarave:l
a:zhiyul pukku mugundu kodu a:rthe:ri
u:zhi mudalvan uruvambo:l mey karuththu
pa:zhi amtho:ludai parbana:ban kayyil

a:zhipo:l minni valamburipo:l ninradirindu
tha:zha:de: sa:rngamudaiththach saramalai po:l
va:zha ulaginil peydida:y – na:ngalum
ma:rgazhi ni:ra:da magizhindu e:lo:remba:va:i ||

Meanings with Pictures

Kanna: = O ‘ the controller of
A:zhi mazhai = all rains ., ie., Varuna De:va
ni: = you
karave:l = never hide from us
onru = howmuch little ever
kai = in your generosity.
uruvambo:l = like the body of
mudalvan = the one who is the root cause
u:zhi = to all the things in this Universe like time etc.,
karuththu = make black
mai = your body
pa:zhi = ever wide
am = and beautiful
ulpukku = Enter into
a:zhi = the deep ocean
mugandu kodu = drink neck full of water
a:rthu= make a big groan
e:ri = occupy to the extent sky pervades.
kaiyil = (Then ) in the hand of
parbana:ban = of Lord Narayana
a:zhi po:l = like the Dazzling Discus
minni = give the lightening,
valamburipo:l = like the Divine Conch in His left hand
ninru = stand stable
athirindu = and make big sound
sa:rgam udaiththa = Like those that have been released from the bow
saramazhai po:l = as that of the rain of arrows
ulaginil = (such that) all those on this Earth
va:zha = enjoy
na:ngalum = we too
magizhindu = feel happy
ma:rgazhi ni:ra:di = and take shower (a part of our Vratham)
peydida:y = you rain !
tha:zha:de: = without any delay
e:lo:remba:va:i = this is our vratham, let us follow—————————————–

Short Meaning –

Mother A:nda:l is instructing the the demi god, Varuna who is the god of rains, teaching him how to rain and in which sequence and to what extent and in what style for what result, he should carryout all his activities. She says,
O’ Varuna God, the God of Rains ! You should never hesitate to generously rain as, it is your natural characteristic. You enter into the depths of the ocean, drink lots of water, fill your entire stomach, upto the neck and then making big sound elevate upwards and pervade through out the sky. Like the body of Lord Srimannarayana who is the creator of all the things and the time, you make your body black. Like that of the dazzling discus in the right hand of the beautiful broad shouldered Lord Narayana, you flash the lightening and then, like that of the Conch in the left hand of the Lord, you should make a big sound of sustained stable thundering and then, like that of the rain of arrows released from the bow of the Lord, you shoot the waters to fall as rain, such that, the rains bring only happiness to the people on this Earth and also we can take a shower in it as a part of our Vratham, you now rain without any delay !

Jai Srimannarayana !