TEXTS 21–22
tarksyasya vinata kadruh
patangi yaminiti ca
patangy asuta patagan
yamini salabhan atha
suparnasuta garudam
saksad yajnesa-vahanam
surya-sutam anurum ca
kadrur nagan anekasah
SYNONYMS
tarksyasya—of Kasyapa, whose other name is Tarksya; vinataVinata; kadruh—Kadru; patangiPatangi; yaminiYamini; iti—thus; ca—and; patangiPatangi; asuta—gave birth; patagan—to birds of different varieties; yaminiYamini; salabhan—(gave birth to) locusts; atha—thereafter; suparna—the wife named Vinata; asuta—gave birth; garudam—to the celebrated bird known as Garuda; saksat—directly; yajnesa-vahanam—the carrier of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Visnu; surya-sutam—the chariot driver of the sun-god; anurum—Anuru; ca—and; kadruh—Kadru; nagan—serpents; anekasah—in varieties.
TRANSLATION
Kasyapa, who is also named Tarksya, had four wives—Vinata [Suparna], Kadru, Patangi and Yamini. Patangi gave birth to many kinds of birds, and Yamini gave birth to locusts. Vinata [Suparna] gave birth to Garuda, the carrier of Lord Visnu, and to Anuru, or Aruna, the chariot driver of the sun-god. Kadru gave birth to different varieties of serpents.

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