Thus in this single shloka, the Acharya has brought in advaitam and dvaitam, philosophy as well as a delightful pun, service to the Lord as well as the concept of the nAyikA (beloved of the Lord) bhAva -- all
To top it all we have one more thing to enjoy about this shloka. This is in the fourth line. It talks about the Divinities like Vishnu, BrahmA and Indra falling at the feet of the Goddess and the divine feet get the nIrAjana (Reverential waving of Lights) from such great Gods. In fact Soundaryalahari has three such nIrAjanas. One in this shloka, one in shloka #30 and one in the very last shloka (#100).