gaur bhutvasru-mukhi khinna
krandanti karunam vibhoh
gauh—the shape of a cow; bhutva—assuming; asru-mukhi—with tears in the eyes; khinna—very much distressed; krandanti—weeping; karunam—piteously; vibhoh—of Lord Brahma; upasthita—appeared; antike—in front; tasmai—unto him (Lord Brahma); vyasanam—her distress; samavocata—submitted.
Mother earth assumed the form of a cow. Very much distressed, with tears in her eyes, she appeared before Lord Brahma and told him about her misfortune.
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