mAramam sukumArabham rasAja Apa nrthASritham
kAviramadhalApa gOsama avAmatharA nathe
Sita, who was born from the earth,whose words provide uninterrupted joy,who is equal to the earth(in patience),ytrue to those who bow to her a obtained Rama, who is the Lord of Lakshmi,who possessed beautiful lustre and who was in the form of a man.
rasAjA- rasA means earth and rasAja is one who was born from the earth, that is Sita.
kAviramadhalApa- ka+avirAma+dha+lApA, giver.dha, of avirAma - uninterrupted or continous, (Virama is interval), ka , joy, by her lapa, speech.
gosamA- go is earth and Sita is go samA equal to earth, in patience.
avAmatharA- Vama means cunning and avama is straight forward. The particle tharA is addede to imply greater degree of truthfulness.Sita is true to natha, who bows to her.
she Apa obtained Rama, who was mArama, consort of Lakshmi, that is Narayana,sukumArAbha- sukumAra+Abha- beautiful luminance and nrthaSritha, who has taken the form of a man. nrtha =being a man.
The sloka in reverse
thEna rAtham avAmA Asa gopalath amarAvika
tham Sritha nrpaja sArabham rAmA kusumam ramA
Rukmini, Lakshmi , the daughter of the king , protector of the devas,a woman of truthfulness, who got Krishna (as her husband) obtained the lustrous flower(parijata), from Krishna, brought by Narada.
ramA the word for Lakshmi denotes Rukmini who was the incarnation of Lakshmi. She was a princess, nrpaja, (nrpa-king, ja born)
amArAvikA- amara(devas) +avika protector from the verb ava to protect.
tham SrithA-got him, Krishna (as her husband). tham refers to Krishna
while thEna on the first line refers to Narada.
Asa - obtained.
sArabham- SAra+bha, esentially lustrous.
gopAlAth- from Krishna.
rAtham -brought by thEna him(Narada.)