sapta sva-saras tat-patnyo
asate sasnusah ksemam
sapta—seven; sva-sarah—own sisters; tat-patnyah—his wives; matulanyah—maternal aunts; saha—along with; atma-jah—sons and grandsons; asate—are all; sasnusah—with their daughters-in-law; ksemam—happiness; devaki—Devaki; pramukhah—headed by; svayam—personally.
His seven wives, headed by Devaki, are all sisters. Are they and their sons and daughters-in-law all happy?
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