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CC Antya 20.24

His Divine Grace
A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada


yei ye māgaye, tāre deya āpana-dhana
gharma-vṛṣṭi sahe, ānera karaye rakṣaṇa


yei ye māgaye — if anyone asks anything from the tree; tāre — unto him; deya — gives; āpana-dhana — its own wealth; gharma-vṛṣṭi — the scorching heat of the sun and torrents of rain; sahe — tolerates; ānera — to others; karaye rakṣaṇa — gives protection.


"The tree delivers its fruits, flowers and whatever else it possesses to anyone and everyone. It tolerates scorching heat and torrents of rain, yet it still gives shelter to others.