- sunīthāṅgasya yā patnī
- suṣuve venam ulbaṇam
- yad-dauḥśīlyāt sa rājarṣir
- nirviṇṇo niragāt purāt
sunīthā—Sunīthā; aṅgasya—of Aṅga; yā—she who; patnī—the wife; suṣuve—gave birth to; venam—Vena; ulbaṇam—very crooked; yat—whose; dauḥśīlyāt—on account of bad character; saḥ—he; rāja-ṛṣiḥ—the saintly King Aṅga; nirviṇṇaḥ—very disappointed; niragāt—went out; purāt—from home.
The wife of Aṅga, Sunīthā, gave birth to a son named Vena, who was very crooked. The saintly King Aṅga was very disappointed with Vena's bad character, and he left home and kingdom and went out to the forest.