īndoḥ patnyas tu bhārata
dakṣa-śāpāt so ’napatyas
kṛttikā-ādīni—headed by Kṛttikā; nakṣatrāṇi—the constellations; indoḥ—of the moon-god; patnyaḥ—the wives; tu—but; bhārata—O Mahārāja Parīkṣit, descendant of the dynasty of Bharata; dakṣa-śāpāt—because of being cursed by Dakṣa; saḥ—the moon-god; anapatyaḥ—without children; tāsu—in so many wives; yakṣma-graha-arditaḥ—being oppressed by a disease that brings about gradual destruction.
O Mahārāja Parīkṣit, best of the Bhāratas, the constellations named Kṛttikā were all wives of the moon-god. However, because Prajāpati Dakṣa had cursed him to suffer from a disease causing gradual destruction, the moon-god could not beget children in any of his wives.
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