TEXTS 15–16
sa caksuh sutam akutyam
patnyam manum avapa ha
manor asuta mahisi
virajan nadvala sutan
purum kutsam tritam dyumnam
satyavantam rtam vratam
agnistomam atiratram
pradyumnam sibim ulmukam
SYNONYMS
sah—he (Sarvateja); caksuh—named Caksuh; sutam—son; akutyam—in Akuti; patnyam—wife; manumCaksusa Manu; avapa—obtained; ha—indeed; manoh—of Manu; asuta—gave birth to; mahisi—queen; virajan—without passion; nadvalaNadvala; sutan—sons; purumPuru; kutsam—Kutsa; tritam—Trita; dyumnam—Dyumna; satyavantam—Satyavan; rtam—Rta; vratamVrata; agnistomam—Agnistoma; atiratram—Atiratra; pradyumnamPradyumna; sibim—Sibi; ulmukamUlmuka.
TRANSLATION
Sarvateja’s wife, Akuti, gave birth to a son named Caksusa, who became the sixth Manu at the end of the Manu millennium. Nadvala, the wife of Caksusa Manu, gave birth to the following faultless sons: Puru, Kutsa, Trita, Dyumna, Satyavan, Rta, Vrata, Agnistoma, Atiratra, Pradyumna, Sibi and Ulmuka.

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