evam daksayani hitva
jajne himavatah ksetre
menayam iti susruma
evam—thus; daksayani—the daughter of Daksa; hitva—after giving up; sati—Sati; purva-kalevaram—her former body; jajne—was born; himavatah—of the Himalayas; ksetre—in the wife; menayam—in Mena; iti—thus; susruma—I have heard.
Maitreya said: I have heard that after giving up the body she had received from Daksa, Daksayani (his daughter) took her birth in the kingdom of the Himalayas. She was born as the daughter of Mena. I heard this from authoritative sources.
Mena is also known as Menaka and is the wife of the king of the Himalayas.
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