- daivam apy anṛtaṁ vakti
- na martyā eva kevalam
- yad-viśrambhād ahaṁ pāpaḥ
- svasur nihatavāñ chiśūn
daivam—providence; api—also; anṛtam—lies; vakti—say; na—not; martyāḥ—human beings; eva—certainly; kevalam—only; yat-viśrambhāt—because of believing that prophecy; aham—I; pāpaḥ—the most sinful; svasuḥ—of my sister; nihatavān—killed; śiśūn—so many children.
Alas, not only human beings but sometimes even providence lies. And I am so sinful that I believed the omen of providence and killed so many of my sister's children.