apara aisvarya krsnera--nahika ganana
sakha-candra-nyaye kari dig-darasana
apara—unlimited; aisvarya—opulence; krsnera—of Lord Krsna; nahika ganana—there is no estimation; sakha-candra-nyaye—according to the logic of seeing the moon through the branches of a tree; kari—I make; dik-darasana—an indication only.
"No one can estimate the opulence of Krsna. That is unlimited. However, just as one sees the moon through the branches of a tree, I wish to give a little indication."
First a child is shown the branches of a tree, and then he is shown the moon through the branches. This is called sakha-candra-nyaya. The idea is that first one must be given a simpler example. Then the more difficult background is explained.

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