TEXT 34
go-mūtra-yāvakaṁ śrutvā
bhrātaraṁ valkalāmbaram
mahā-kāruṇiko ’tapyaj
jaṭilaṁ sthaṇḍile-śayam
SYNONYMS
go-mūtra-yāvakam—eating barley boiled in the urine of a cow; śrutvā—hearing; bhrātaram—His brother Bharata; valkala-ambaram—covered with the bark of trees; mahā-kāruṇikaḥ—the supremely merciful Lord Rāmacandra; atapyat—lamented very much; jaṭilam—wearing matted locks of hair; sthaṇḍile-śayam—lying down on a grass mattress, or kuśāsana.
TRANSLATION
Upon reaching Ayodhyā, Lord Rāmacandra heard that in His absence His brother Bharata was eating barley cooked in the urine of a cow, covering His body with the bark of trees, wearing matted locks of hair, and lying on a mattress of kuśa. The most merciful Lord very much lamented this.

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