CC Madhya 22.135 (1975)
- 'eka' aṅge siddhi pāila bahu bhakta-gaṇa
- ambarīṣādi bhaktera 'bahu' aṅga-sādhana
eka aṅge—by one portion; siddhi—perfection; pāila—achieved; bahu—many; bhakta-gaṇa—devotees; ambarīṣa-ādi—King Ambarīṣa Mahārāja and others; bhaktera—of devotees; bahu aṅga-sādhana—execution of many processes of devotional service.
"There are many devotees who execute only one of the nine processes of devotional service. Nonetheless, they get ultimate success. Devotees like Mahārāja Ambarīṣa execute all nine items and they also get ultimate success.