Translation of Paasuram #11 by Dr. V.K.S.N Raghavan:
Oh Golden Creeper of a girl (the scion among the maidens of this group)! You are a jewel among the cowherds, who are:
(1) master craftsmen in the milking of ever so many groups of young milk cows (at a stretch)
(2) skillful in warfare, namely , very much able to go against and destroy their (strong)opponents and routing their strength and
(3) thoroughly blemishless! Oh charming peacock-like (beautiful) damsel with the hips resembling the hood of a cobra!
May You come (and join our fold). When we–your kinswomen and friends –have come and entered the open front yard (without roof ) of your house , and when we are singing (in chorus) the names of the Lord of dark cloud-like hue, what are you fast asleep for, without even moving or giving any response, Oh rich and young girl?
The essence according to Sri Mukkur Azhagiyasingar:
“We should welcome relatives and strangers even if they are poor or uneducated, and set aside our scholarship and wealth when we interact with them.”