tat-putrav aparav astam
khyatau svarocise ’ntare
utathyo bhagavan saksad
brahmisthas ca brhaspatih
tat—his; putrau—sons; aparau—others; astam—were born; khyatau—very famous; svarocise—in the Svarocisa millennium; antare—of the Manu; utathyah—Utathya; bhagavan—very mighty; saksat—directly; brahmisthah ca—fully spiritually advanced; brhaspatih—Brhaspati.
Besides these four daughters, she also had another two sons. One of them was known as Utathya, and the other was the learned scholar Brhaspati.
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