kamais tais tair hrta-jnanah
tam tam niyamam asthaya
prakritya niyatah svaya
"Those whose intelligence has been stolen by material desires surrender unto demigods and follow the particular rules and regulations of worship according to their own natures."
These people are under the influence of immemorial births. Anya devata = other [than Sri Krishna] gods, prapadyante= seek, svaya = their self, prakritya = natural habit [vasana], niyata = unable to break away [from that nature], tair tair = in each [ or such and such], kamais = desires, hrtha-jnana= lost the knowledge [ of Sri Krishna], tam tam = such and such [gods, other than Sri Krishna], niyamam = worship, asthaya = do. All other gods could give very cheap and inferior benefits; while the Lord is capable of granting the supreme, everlasting and suited to the reciever's happiness. Forgetting this by the influence of time immemorial karma and births, people are used to seek inferior pleasures only. Even for such pleasures, they could seek Sri Krishna, Who is capable of fulfilling any desire; but people throng to other gods for these desires also. A husband marries, in Hindu dharma, a woman and pledges in front of Agni, that he would protect her; but if the woman seeks the favor of others, then the husband is disgraced. This feeling is reflected by Sri Krishna. The Lord waits for everyone to realize this and to come to Him one day. From the Pasuram of Nammalwar selected by Swami Manavala Mamunigal, we have to understand that He is here to grant us whatever we need. We now take leave of this Kshetram.