tasmin sa bhagavan ramah
rsabhah sitaya kila
tasmin—in that celestial palace; sah—He; bhagavan—the Supreme Personality of Godhead; ramah—Lord Ramacandra; snigdhaya—always pleased by her behavior; priyaya istaya—with His dearmost wife; reme—enjoyed; sva-arama—personal pleasure; dhiranam—of the greatest learned persons; rsabhah—the chief; sitaya—with mother Sita; kila—indeed.
Lord Ramacandra, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, chief of the best learned scholars, resided in that palace with His pleasure potency, mother Sita, and enjoyed complete peace.
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