sa sutvatha sutan navanuvatsaram grha evapahaya purvacittir bhuya evajam devam upatasthe.
sa—she; sutva—after giving birth to; atha—thereafter; sutan—sons; nava—nine; anuvatsaram—year after year; grhe—at home; eva—certainly; apahaya—leaving; purvacittih—Purvacitti; bhuyah—again; eva—certainly; ajam—Lord Brahma; devam—the demigod; upatasthe—approached.
Purvacitti gave birth to these nine sons, one each year, but after they grew up, she left them at home and again approached Lord Brahma to worship him.
There are many instances in which Apsaras, heavenly angels, have descended to this earth by the order of a superior demigod like Lord Brahma or Lord Indra, have followed the demigod’s order by marrying someone and giving birth to children, and have then returned to their celestial homes. For example, after Menaka, the celestial woman who had come to delude Visvamitra Muni, gave birth to the child Sakuntala, she left both the child and her husband and returned to the heavenly planets. Purvacitti did not remain permanently with Maharaja Agnidhra. After cooperating in his household affairs, she left Maharaja Agnidhra and all nine sons and returned to Brahma to worship him.
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