SrI: SrImathE SatakOpAya nama: SrImathE rAmAnujAya nama: SrImadh varavaramunayE nama:
piLLai lOkAchAryar concludes this principle by highlighting the result the previously explained aspects.
AgaiyAl Sudhdhi aSudhdhigaL iraNdum thEda vENdA; irundhapadiyE adhikAriyAm iththanai.
Thus, one need not seek purity or impurity; one is qualified in the present state.
Saying “based on the actions of these two personalities during the practice of prapaththi and hearing about the same”.
Sudhdhi aSudhdhigaL iraNdum thEda vENdA
While engaging in prapaththi, an impure person need not acquire purity, and a pure person need not acquire impurity. As both personalities who were previously mentioned, engaged in prapaththi in an impure state, one may have a doubt that one should be impure to perform prapaththi – to eliminate such doubt piLLai lOkAchAryar says “aSudhdhi thEda vENdA” (one need not seek impurity).
irundhapadiyE adhikAriyAm iththanai
Whatever state one is in while performing prapaththi, whether pure or impure, he is qualified in that state itself. As both dhraupadhi and arjunan did not acquire purity while performing and hearing about prapaththi respectively, they also did not intentionally acquire impurity – they were qualified as they were.
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