iti kṛtānuṣaṅga āsana-śayanāṭana-snānāśanādiṣu saha mṛga-jahunā snehānubaddha-hṛdaya āsīt.
iti—thus; kṛta-anuṣaṅgaḥ—having developed attachment; āsana—sitting; śayana—lying down; aṭana—walking; snāna—bathing; āśana-ādiṣu—while eating and so on; saha mṛga-jahunā—with the deer calf; sneha-anubaddha—captivated by affection; hṛdayaḥ—his heart; āsīt—became.
Due to attachment for the deer, Mahārāja Bharata lay down with it, walked about with it, bathed with it and even ate with it. Thus his heart became bound to the deer in affection.
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