yatha taror mula-nisecanena
trpyanti tat-skandha-bhujopasakhah
pranopaharac ca yathendriyanam
tathaiva sarvarhanam acyutejya
yatha—as; taroh—of a tree; mula—on the root; nisecanena—by pouring water; trpyanti—are satisfied; tat—of the tree; skandha—trunk; bhuja—branches; upasakhah—sub-branches; prana—to the living force; upaharat—from offering food; ca—also; yatha—as; indriyanam—of all the senses; tatha—similarly; eva—indeed; sarva—of all; arhanam—worship; acyuta—of the Supreme Personality of Godhead; ijya—worship.
" 'By pouring water on the root of a tree, one automatically satisfies the trunk, branches and twigs. Similarly, by supplying food to the stomach, where it nourishes the life air, one satisfies all the senses. In the same way, by worshiping Krsna and rendering Him service, one automatically satisfies all the demigods.'
This is a quotation from Srimad-Bhagavatam (4.31.14).

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