72. Aga praNavaththAl "kaNNapuram onRudaiyAnukku adiyEn oruvarkkuriyEnO" enkiRapadiyE jIvaparaSambantham solliRRu.
By what was said thus far, the meaning told by the praNavam is the relationship between the jIvAtmA and the paramAtma which is sEsha sEshi bhAva (nature). This is per the Thirumangai Azhvar pasuram "kaNNapuram onRudaiyAnukku adiyEn oruvarkkuriyEnO".
Sri PBA Swami's Sarartha Deepikai:
Thus far all the meaning of the praNavam was explained in detail. Now its collected meaning is shown.
The praNavam speaks of the relationship between the jIvAtma and the paramAtma which is sEsha-sEshi svarUpam.
To show this, Thirumangai Azhvar's divine words "kaNNapuram onRudaiyAnukku adiyEn oruvarkkuriyEnO" is used. This phrase from the pAsuram literally looks like the praNavam. The meaning of the akAram (with the hidden fourth case) is shown by "kaNNapuramonRudaiyAnukku". The meaning of makAram which shows the Atma whose quality is sEshatvam is brought out by "adiyEn". The ukAram which rejects being enslaved to another is brought out by "oruvarkku uriyEnO".