pratihat suvarcalayam pratihartradayas traya asann ijya-kovidah sunavah pratihartuh stutyam aja-bhumanav ajanisatam.
pratihat—from King Pratiha; suvarcalayam—in the womb of his wife, named Suvarcala; pratihartr-adayah trayah—the three sons Pratiharta, Prastota and Udgata; asan—came into being; ijya-kovidah—who were all very expert in the ritualistic ceremonies of the Vedas; sunavah—sons; pratihartuh—from Pratiharta; stutyam—in the womb of Stuti, his wife; aja-bhumanau—the two sons Aja and Bhuma; ajanisatam—were brought into existence.
In the womb of his wife Suvarcala, Pratiha begot three sons, named Pratiharta, Prastota and Udgata. These three sons were very expert in performing Vedic rituals. Pratiharta begot two sons, named Aja and Bhuma, in the womb of his wife, named Stuti.
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