- tato dadarśa bhagavān
- kṣāmāṁ sva-viraha-vyādhiṁ
tataḥ—thereafter; dadarśa—saw; bhagavān—the Supreme Personality of Godhead; aśoka-vanika-āśrame—in a small cottage in the forest of Aśoka trees; kṣāmām—very lean and thin; sva-viraha-vyādhim—suffering from the disease of separation from Lord Rāmacandra; śiṁśapā—of the tree known as Siṁśapā; mūlam—the root; āśritām—taking shelter of.
Thereafter, Lord Rāmacandra found Sītādevī sitting in a small cottage beneath the tree named Siṁśapā in a forest of Aśoka trees. She was lean and thin, being aggrieved because of separation from Him.