TEXTS 29–31
aristayas tu gandharvah
kasthaya dvisaphetarah
suta danor eka-sastis
tesam pradhanikan srnu
dvimurdha sambaro ’risto
hayagrivo vibhavasuh
ayomukhah sankusirah
svarbhanuh kapilo ’runah
puloma vrsaparva ca
ekacakro ’nutapanah
dhumrakeso virupakso
vipracittis ca durjayah
SYNONYMS
aristayah—from the womb of Arista; tu—but; gandharvah—the Gandharvas; kasthayah—from the womb of Kastha; dvi-sapha-itarah—animals such as horses, which do not have cloven hooves; sutah—sons; danoh—from the womb of Danu; eka-sastih—sixty-one; tesam—of them; pradhanikan—the important ones; srnu—hear; dvimurdhaDvimurdha; sambarah—Sambara; aristahArista; hayagrivahHayagriva; vibhavasuhVibhavasu; ayomukhah—Ayomukha; sankusirah—Sankusira; svarbhanuh—Svarbhanu; kapilahKapila; arunahAruna; pulomaPuloma; vrsaparvaVrsaparva; ca—also; ekacakrah—Ekacakra; anutapanah—Anutapana; dhumrakesah—Dhumrakesa; virupaksah—Virupaksa; vipracittih—Vipracitti; ca—and; durjayahDurjaya.
TRANSLATION
The Gandharvas were born from the womb of Arista, and animals whose hooves are not split, such as the horse, were born from the womb of Kastha. O King, from the womb of Danu came sixty-one sons, of whom these eighteen were very important: Dvimurdha, Sambara, Arista, Hayagriva, Vibhavasu, Ayomukha, Sankusira, Svarbhanu, Kapila, Aruna, Puloma, Vrsaparva, Ekacakra, Anutapana, Dhumrakesa, Virupaksa, Vipracitti and Durjaya.

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