|Canto 11: General History||Chapter 23: The Song of the Avantī Brāhmaṇa.|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 11.23.8
dārā duhitaro bhṛtyā
viṣaṇṇā nācaran priyam
duḥśīlasya — having a bad character; kadaryasya — toward the miser; druhyante — they developed enmity; putra — his sons; bāndhavāḥ — and in-laws; dārāḥ — his wife; duhitaraḥ — his daughters; bhṛtyāḥ — the servants; visaṇṇāḥ — disgusted; na ācaran — they did not act; priyam — affectionately.
Since he was so hardhearted and miserly, his sons, in-laws, wife, daughters and servants began to feel inimical toward him. Becoming disgusted, they would never treat him with affection.
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