43. Sri nandagOparaiyum krushNanaiyum vidAtha yasOthaip pirAttiyaip pOlE.
Just like Yasodha who did not leave her husband Nandagopa or leave her son Krishna (as in the Thiruppavai pasuram "ambaramE thaNNeerE").
Sri PBA Swami's Sarartha Deepikai:
The simple example shown in the previous sutra, about a mother not leaving her husband or child, is now shown with a special case.
In the Thiruppavai pasuram "ambaramE thaNNeerE", first Andal awakens Nandagopa ("emperumAn nandagOpAlA ezhunthirAy"), then she awakens Yasoda pirAtti ("asOthAy! aRivuRAy") and then she awakens Krishna ("umbar kOmAnE! uRangAthezhunthirAy"). In this sequence, Yasoda is seen in the middle. It appears that she is present in between her husband Nandagopa (to please him) and her son Krishna (to protect him). Similarly, Sri Lakshmi also stays between the first part of praNavam which is Ishvara and the last part of praNavam which is the chetanas and never leaves either.