|Canto 11: General History||Chapter 26: The Aila-gītā|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 11.26.10
hitvā tṛṇam iveśvaram
yāntīḿ striyaḿ cānvagamaḿ
nagna unmatta-vad rudan
sa-paricchadam — along with my kingdom and all paraphernalia; ātmānam — myself; hitvā — abandoning; tṛṇam — a blade of grass; iva — as if; īśvaram — the powerful lord; yāntīm — going away; striyam — the woman; ca — and; anvagaman — I followed; nagnaḥ — naked; unmatta-vat — like a madman; rudan — crying out.
Although I was a powerful lord with great opulence, that woman gave me up as if I were no more than an insignificant blade of grass. And still, naked and without shame, I followed her, crying out to her like a madman.
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