dasa dharmaya kayadad
dvi-sat tri-nava cendave
dve dve tarksyaya caparah
dasa—ten; dharmaya—unto King Dharma, Yamaraja; kaya—unto Kasyapa; adat—gave; dvi-sat—twice six and one (thirteen); tri-nava—thrice nine (twenty-seven); ca—also; indave—unto the moon-god; bhuta-angirah-krsasvebhyah—unto Bhuta, Angira and Krsasva; dve dve—two each; tarksyaya—again unto Kasyapa; ca—and; aparah—the balance.
He gave ten daughters in charity to Dharmaraja [Yamaraja], thirteen to Kasyapa [first twelve and then one more], twenty-seven to the moon-god, and two each to Angira, Krsasva and Bhuta. The other four daughters were given to Kasyapa. [Thus Kasyapa received seventeen daughters in all.]
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