- patiṁ ca parayā bhaktyā
- priyais tais tair upanamet
- prema-śīlaḥ svayaṁ patiḥ
- bibhṛyāt sarva-karmāṇi
- patnyā uccāvacāni ca
patim—the husband; ca—and; parayā—supreme; bhaktyā—with devotion; mahā-puruṣa-cetasā—accepting as the Supreme Person; priyaiḥ—dear; taiḥ taiḥ—by those (offerings); upanamet—should worship; prema-śīlaḥ—being affectionate; svayam—himself; patiḥ—the husband; bibhṛyāt—should execute; sarva-karmāṇi—all activities; patnyāḥ—of the wife; ucca-avacāni—high and low; ca—also.
Accepting her husband as the representative of the Supreme Person, a wife should worship him with unalloyed devotion by offering him prasāda. The husband, being very pleased with his wife, should engage himself in the affairs of his family.
The family relationship of husband and wife should be established spiritually according to the process mentioned above.