tasyam u ha va atmajan kartsnyenanurupan atmanah panca janayam asa bhutadir iva bhuta-suksmani sumatim rastrabhrtam sudarsanam avaranam dhumraketum iti.
tasyam—in her womb; u ha va—indeed; atma-jan—sons; kartsnyena—entirely; anurupan—exactly like; atmanah—himself; panca—five; janayam asa—begot; bhuta-adih iva—like the false ego; bhuta-suksmani—the five subtle objects of sense perception; su-matim—Sumatim; rastra-bhrtam—Rastrabhrta; su-darsanam—Sudarsana; avaranam—Avarana; dhumra-ketum—Dhumraketu; iti—thus.
Just as the false ego creates the subtle sense objects, Maharaja Bharata created five sons in the womb of Pancajani, his wife. These sons were named Sumati, Rastrabhrta, Sudarsana, Avarana and Dhumraketu.
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