svadhā patnī pitṝn atha
putratve cākarot satī
prajāpateḥ aṅgirasaḥ—of another prajāpati, known as Aṅgirā; svadhā—Svadhā; patnī—his wife; pitṝn—the Pitās; atha—thereafter; atharva-āṅgirasam—Atharvāṅgirasa; vedam—the personified Veda; putratve—as the son; ca—and; akarot—accepted; satī—Satī.
The prajāpati Aṅgirā had two wives, named Svadhā and Satī. The wife named Svadhā accepted all the Pitās as her sons, and Satī accepted the Atharvāṅgirasa Veda as her son.
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