brahmaṇā coditaḥ sṛṣṭāv
atrir brahma-vidāṁ varaḥ
saha patnyā yayāv ṛkṣaṁ
kulādriṁ tapasi sthitaḥ
maitreyaḥ uvāca—Śrī Maitreya Ṛṣi said; brahmaṇā—by Lord Brahmā; coditaḥ—being inspired; sṛṣṭau—for creation; atriḥ—Atri; brahma-vidām—of the persons learned in spiritual knowledge; varaḥ—the chief; saha—with; patnyā—wife; yayau—went; ṛkṣam—to the mountain named Ṛkṣa; kula-adrim—great mountain; tapasi—for austerities; sthitaḥ—remained.
Maitreya said: When Lord Brahmā ordered Atri Muni to create generations after marrying Anasūyā, Atri Muni and his wife went to perform severe austerities in the valley of the mountain known as Ṛkṣa.
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