Bhagavad Gita Chapter 1, Shlok 42

saṅkaro narakāyaiva kula-ghnānāṁ kulasya cha
patanti pitaro hy eṣhāṁ lupta-piṇḍodaka-kriyāḥ

An increase in unwanted children results in hellish life both for the family and for those who destroy the family. Deprived of the sacrificial offerings, the ancestors of such corrupt families also fall.

Word by Word Meaning:

saṅkaraḥ - unwanted children
narakāya - hellish
eva - indeed
kula-ghnānām - for those who destroy the family
kulasya - of the family
cha - also
patanti - fall
pitaraḥ - ancestors
hi - verily
eṣhām - their
lupta - deprived of
piṇḍodaka-kriyāḥ - performances of sacrificial offerings

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