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tatraikā vidhṛtā bhartrā
Word for word:
tatra — there; ekā — one of them; vidhṛtā — held back by force; bhartrā — by her husband; bhagavantam — the Supreme Lord, Śrī Kṛṣṇa; yathā-śrutam — as she heard about Him from the others; hṛdā — within her heart; upaguhya — embracing; vijahau — she gave up; deham — her material body; karma-anubandhanam — which is simply the basis of bondage to material activity.
One of the ladies had been forcibly kept back by her husband. When she heard the others describe the Supreme Lord Kṛṣṇa, she embraced Him within her heart and gave up her material body, the basis of bondage to material activity.
The lady described here was especially devoted to Lord Kṛṣṇa. Upon giving up her material body, she immediately attained a spiritual body and left the sacrificial arena to join the Supreme Personality of Godhead.