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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 6.18.57
nityaḿ vanāt sumanasaḥ
patrāńkura-mṛdo 'paś ca
kāle kāla upāharat
nityam — daily; vanāt — from the forest; sumanasaḥ — flowers; phala — fruits; mūla — roots; samit — wood for the sacrificial fire; kuśān — and kuśa grass; patra — leaves; ańkura — sprouts; mṛdaḥ — and earth; apaḥ — water; ca — also; kāle kāle — at the proper time; upāharat — brought.
Indra served his aunt daily by bringing flowers, fruits, roots and wood for yajñas from the forest. He also brought kuśa grass, leaves, sprouts, earth and water exactly at the proper time.
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