- tāḥ paryatapyann ātmānaṁ
- garhayantyo 'bhyasūyayā
- ānapatyena duḥkhena
- rājñaś cānādareṇa ca
tāḥ—they (the queens who did not have sons); paryatapyan—lamented; ātmānam—themselves; garhayantyaḥ—condemning; abhyasūyayā—out of envy; ānapatyena—due to being without sons; duḥkhena—by unhappiness; rājñaḥ—of the King; ca—also; anādareṇa—due to negligence; ca—also.
The other queens were extremely unhappy due to their being sonless. Because of the King's negligence toward them, they condemned themselves in envy and lamented.