athadiksata raja tu
brahmavarte manoh ksetre
yatra praci sarasvati
maitreyah uvaca—the sage Maitreya said; atha—thereafter; adiksata—took initiation; raja—the King; tu—then; haya—horse; medha—sacrifices; satena—to perform one hundred; sah—he; brahmavarte—known as Brahmavarta; manoh—of Svayambhuva Manu; ksetre—in the land; yatra—where; praci—eastern; sarasvati—the river named Sarasvati.
The great sage Maitreya continued: My dear Vidura, King Prthu initiated the performance of one hundred horse sacrifices at the spot where the River Sarasvati flows towards the east. This piece of land is known as Brahmavarta, and it was controlled by Svayambhuva Manu.
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