- sapta sva-sāras tat-patnyo
- mātulānyaḥ sahātmajāḥ
- āsate sasnuṣāḥ kṣemaṁ
- devakī-pramukhāḥ svayam
sapta—seven; sva-sāraḥ—own sisters; tat-patnyaḥ—his wives; mātulānyaḥ—maternal aunts; saha—along with; ātma-jāḥ—sons and grandsons; āsate—are all; sasnuṣāḥ—with their daughters-in-law; kṣemam—happiness; devakī—Devakī; pramukhāḥ—headed by; svayam—personally.
His seven wives, headed by Devakī, are all sisters. Are they and their sons and daughters-in-law all happy?