1. 6

    कृमिभिः क्षतसर्वाङ्गः सौकुमार्यात्प्रतिक्षणम् । मूर्च्छामाप्नोत्युरुक्लेशस्तत्रत्यैः क्षुधितैर्मुहुः ।। ३-३१-६ ।।

    Bitten again and again all over the body by the hungry worms in the abdomen itself, the child suffers terrible agony because of his tenderness. He thus becomes unconscious moment after moment because of the terrible condition. ।। 3-31-6 ।।

  2. 7

    कटुतीक्ष्णोष्णलवणरूक्षाम्लादिभिरुल्बणैः । मातृभुक्तैरुपस्पृष्टः सर्वाङ्गोत्थितवेदनः ।। ३-३१-७ ।।

    Owing to the mother’s eating bitter, pungent foodstuffs, or food which is too salty or too sour, the body of the child incessantly suffers pains which are almost intolerable. ‌‌ ।। 3-31-7 ।।

  3. 8

    उल्बेन संवृतस्तस्मिन्नन्त्रैश्च बहिरावृतः । आस्ते कृत्वा शिरः कुक्षौ भुग्नपृष्ठशिरोधरः ।। ३-३१-८ ।।

    Placed within the amnion and covered outside by the intestines, the child remains lying on one side of the abdomen, his head turned towards his belly and his back and neck arched like a bow. ‌‌ ।। 3-31-8 ।।

  4. 9

    अकल्पः स्वाङ्गचेष्टायां शकुन्त इव पञ्जरे । तत्र लब्धस्मृतिर्दैवात्कर्मजन्मशतोद्भवम् । स्मरन् दीर्घमनुच्छ्वासं शर्म किं नाम विन्दते ।। ३-३१-९ ।।

    The child thus remains just like a bird in a cage, without freedom of movement. At that time, if the child is fortunate, he can remember all the troubles of his past one hundred births, and he grieves wretchedly. What is the possibility of peace of mind in that condition? ।। 3-31-9 ।।

  5. 10

    आरभ्य सप्तमान्मासाल्लब्धबोधोऽपि वेपितः । नैकत्रास्ते सूतिवातैर्विष्ठाभूरिव सोदरः ।। ३-३१-१० ।।

    Thus endowed with the development of consciousness from the seventh month after his conception, the child is tossed downward by the airs that press the embryo during the weeks preceding delivery. Like the worms born of the same filthy abdominal cavity, he cannot remain in one place. ।। 3-31-10 ।।