hradasya dhamanir bharya-
suta vatapim ilvalam
yo ’gastyaya tv atithaye
pece vatapim ilvalah
hradasya—of Hlada; dhamanih—Dhamani; bharya—the wife; asuta—gave birth to; vatapim—Vatapi; ilvalam—Ilvala; yah—he who; agastyaya—to Agastya; tu—but; atithaye—his guest; pece—cooked; vatapim—Vatapi; ilvalah—Ilvala.
The wife of Hlada was named Dhamani. She gave birth to two sons, named Vatapi and Ilvala. When Agastya Muni became Ilvala’s guest, Ilvala served him a feast by cooking Vatapi, who was in the shape of a ram.
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