dhatuh kuhuh sinivali
raka canumatis tatha
sayam darsam atha pratah
agnin purisyan adhatta
yasyam jato bhrguh punah
dhatuh—of Dhata; kuhuh—Kuhu; sinivali—Sinivali; raka—Raka; ca—and; anumatih—Anumati; tatha—also; sayam—Sayam; darsam—Darsa; atha—also; pratah—Pratah; purnamasam—Purnamasa; anukramat—respectively; agnin—fire-gods; purisyan—called the Purisyas; adhatta—begot; kriyayam—in Kriya; samanantarah—the next son, Vidhata; carsani—Carsani; varunasya—of Varuna; asit—was; yasyam—in whom; jatah—took birth; bhrguh—Bhrgu; punah—again.
Dhata, the seventh son of Aditi, had four wives, named Kuhu, Sinivali, Raka and Anumati. These wives begot four sons, named Sayam, Darsa, Pratah and Purnamasa respectively. The wife of Vidhata, the eighth son of Aditi, was named Kriya. In her Vidhata begot the five fire-gods named the Purisyas. The wife of Varuna, the ninth son of Aditi, was named Carsani. Bhrgu, the son of Brahma, took birth again in her womb.
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