|Canto 6: Prescribed Duties for Mankind||Chapter 14: King Citraketu's Lamentation|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 6.14.49
tato nṛpāntaḥpura-vartino janā
narāś ca nāryaś ca niśamya rodanam
āgatya tulya-vyasanāḥ suduḥkhitās
tāś ca vyalīkaḿ ruruduḥ kṛtāgasaḥ
tataḥ — thereafter; nṛpa — O King; antaḥpura-vartinaḥ — the inhabitants of the palace; janāḥ — all the people; narāḥ — the men; ca — and; nāryaḥ — the women; ca — also; niśamya — hearing; rodanam — loud crying; āgatya — coming; tulya-vyasanāḥ — being equally aggrieved; su-duḥkhitāḥ — very greatly lamenting; tāḥ — they; ca — and; vyalīkam — pretentiously; ruruduḥ — cried; kṛta-āgasaḥ — who had committed the offense (by giving the poison).
O King Parīkṣit, hearing the loud crying, all the inhabitants of the palace came, both men and women. Being equally aggrieved, they also began to cry. The queens who had administered the poison also cried pretentiously, knowing full well their offense.
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