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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 4.13.42
taḿ vicakṣya khalaḿ putraḿ
śāsanair vividhair nṛpaḥ
yadā na śāsituḿ kalpo
bhṛśam āsīt sudurmanāḥ
tam — him; vicakṣya — observing; khalam — cruel; putram — son; śāsanaiḥ — by punishments; vividhaiḥ — different kinds of; nṛpaḥ — the King; yadā — when; na — not; śāsitum — to bring under control; kalpaḥ — was able; bhṛśam — greatly; āsīt — became; su-durmanāḥ — aggrieved.
After seeing the cruel and merciless behavior of his son, Vena, King Ańga punished him in different ways to reform him, but was unable to bring him to the path of gentleness. He thus became greatly aggrieved.
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