surabher mahiṣā gāvo
ye cānye dviśaphā nṛpa
muner apsarasāṁ gaṇāḥ
surabheḥ—from the womb of Surabhi; mahiṣāḥ—buffalo; gāvaḥ—cows; ye—who; ca—also; anye—others; dvi-śaphāḥ—having cloven hooves; nṛpa—O King; tāmrāyāḥ—from Tāmrā; śyena—eagles; gṛdhra-ādyāḥ—vultures and so on; muneḥ—from Muni; apsarasām—of angels; gaṇāḥ—the groups.
My dear King Parīkṣit, from the womb of Surabhi the buffalo, cow and other animals with cloven hooves took birth, from the womb of Tāmrā the eagles, vultures and other large birds of prey took birth, and from the womb of Muni the angels took birth.
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