śakuniṁ śambaraṁ dhṛṣṭiṁ
ditiṁ ca jananīṁ girā
idam āha janeśvara
śakunim—Śakuni; śambaram—Śambara; dhṛṣṭim—Dhṛṣṭi; bhūtasantāpanam—Bhūtasantāpana; vṛkam—Vṛka; kālanābham—Kālanābha; mahānābham—Mahānābha; hariśmaśrum—Hariśmaśru; atha—as well as; utkacam—Utkaca; tat-mātaram—their mother; ruṣābhānum—Ruṣābhānu; ditim—Diti; ca—and; jananīm—his own mother; girā—by words; ślakṣṇayā—very sweet; deśa-kāla-jñaḥ—who was expert in understanding the time and situation; idam—this; āha—said; jana-īśvara—O King.
O King, Hiraṇyakaśipu was extremely angry, but since he was a great politician, he knew how to act according to the time and situation. With sweet words he began pacifying his nephews, whose names were Śakuni, Śambara, Dhṛṣṭi, Bhūtasantāpana, Vṛka, Kālanābha, Mahānābha, Hariśmaśru and Utkaca. He also consoled their mother, his sister-in-law, Ruṣābhānu, as well as his own mother, Diti. He spoke to them all as follows.
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