tad-vaṁśyā ṛṣayaḥ surāḥ
bhavanti caiva yugapat
sureśāś cānu ye ca tān
manu-antareṣu—after the dissolution of each and every Manu; manavaḥ—other Manus; tat-vaṁśyāḥ—and their descendants; ṛṣayaḥ—the seven famous sages; surāḥ—devotees of the Lord; bhavanti—flourish; ca eva—also all of them; yugapat—simultaneously; sura-īśāḥ—demigods like Indra; ca—and; anu—followers; ye—all; ca—also; tān—them.
After the dissolution of each and every Manu, the next Manu comes in order, along with his descendants, who rule over the different planets; but the seven famous sages, and demigods like Indra and their followers, such as the Gandharvas, all appear simultaneously with Manu.
There are fourteen Manus in one day of Brahmā, and each of them has different descendants.
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