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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 10.22.34
tokmaiḥ kāmān vitanvate
patra — by their leaves; puṣpa — flowers; phala — fruits; chāyā — shade; mūla — roots; valkala — bark; dārubhiḥ — and wood; gandha — by their fragrance; niryāsa — sap; bhasma — ashes; asthi — pulp; tokmaiḥ — and young shoots; kāmān — desirable things; vitanvate — they award.
These trees fulfill one's desires with their leaves, flowers and fruits, their shade, roots, bark and wood, and also with their fragrance, sap, ashes, pulp and shoots.
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