gūḍho rātryām alakṣitaḥ
caran vāco ’śṛṇod rāmo
bhāryām uddiśya kasyacit
kadācit—once upon a time; loka-jijñāsuḥ—desiring to know about the public; gūḍhaḥ—hiding Himself by a disguise; rātryām—at night; alakṣitaḥ—without being identified by anyone else; caran—walking; vācaḥ—speaking; aśṛṇot—heard; rāmaḥ—Lord Rāmacandra; bhāryām—unto His wife; uddiśya—indicating; kasyacit—of someone.
Śukadeva Gosvāmī continued: Once while Lord Rāmacandra was walking at night incognito, hiding Himself by a disguise to find out the people’s opinion of Himself, He heard a man speaking unfavorably about His wife, Sītādevī.
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