tasyahukas cahuki ca
devakas cograsenas ca
devavan upadevas ca
tesam svasarah saptasan
sahadeva devaki ca
vasudeva uvaha tah
tasya—from him (Punarvasu); ahukah—Ahuka; ca—and; ahuki—Ahuki; ca—also; kanya—a daughter; ca—also; eva—indeed; ahuka—of Ahuka; atmajau—two sons; devakah—Devaka; ca—and; ugrasenah—Ugrasena; ca—also; catvarah—four; devaka-atmajah—sons of Devaka; devavan—Devavan; upadevah—Upadeva; ca—and; sudevah—Sudeva; devavardhanah—Devavardhana; tesam—of all of them; svasarah—sisters; sapta—seven; asan—existed; dhrtadeva-adayah—headed by Dhrtadeva; nrpa—O King (Maharaja Pariksit); santideva—Santideva; upadeva—Upadeva; ca—also; srideva—Srideva; devaraksita—Devaraksita; sahadeva—Sahadeva; devaki—Devaki; ca—and; vasudevah—Sri Vasudeva, the father of Krsna; uvaha—married; tah—them.
Punarvasu had a son and a daughter, named Ahuka and Ahuki respectively, and Ahuka had two sons, named Devaka and Ugrasena. Devaka had four sons, named Devavan, Upadeva, Sudeva and Devavardhana, and he also had seven daughters, named Santideva, Upadeva, Srideva, Devaraksita, Sahadeva, Devaki and Dhrtadeva. Dhrtadeva was the eldest. Vasudeva, the father of Krsna, married all these sisters.
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