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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 4.8.3
tayoḥ samabhaval lobho
nikṛtiś ca mahā-mate
tābhyāḿ krodhaś ca hiḿsā ca
yad duruktiḥ svasā kaliḥ
tayoḥ — those two; samabhavat — were born; lobhaḥ — Greed; nikṛtiḥ — Cunning; ca — and; mahā-mate — O great soul; tābhyām — from both of them; krodhaḥ — Anger; ca — and; hiḿsā — Envy; ca — and; yat — from both of whom; duruktiḥ — Harsh Speech; svasā — sister; kaliḥ — Kali.
Maitreya told Vidura: O great soul, from Dambha and Māyā were born Greed and Nikṛti, or Cunning. From their combination came children named Krodha (Anger) and Hiḿsā (Envy), and from their combination were born Kali and his sister Durukti (Harsh Speech).
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