aiche eka śaśaka dekhe āra kata-dūre
jīvera duḥkha dekhi' nārada vyākula-antare
aiche—similarly; eka śaśaka—one rabbit; dekhe—he sees; āra kata-dūre—still farther ahead; jīvera—of the living entity; duḥkha dekhi'-seeing such horrible miseries; nārada—the great saintly person; vyākula-antare—very pained within himself.
"When he went farther, he saw a rabbit that was also suffering. Nārada Muni was greatly pained at heart to see living entities suffer so.
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