tataḥ śīradhvajo jajñe
yajñārthaṁ karṣato mahīm
sītā śīrāgrato jātā
tasmāt śīradhvajaḥ smṛtaḥ
tataḥ—from Hrasvaromā; śīradhvajaḥ—a son named Śīradhvaja; jajñe—was born; yajña-artham—for performing sacrifices; karṣataḥ—while plowing the field; mahīm—the earth; sītā—mother Sītā, the wife of Lord Rāmacandra; śīra-agrataḥ—from the front portion of the plow; jātā—was born; tasmāt—therefore; śīradhvajaḥ—was known as Śīradhvaja; smṛtaḥ—celebrated.
From Hrasvaromā came a son named Śīradhvaja [also called Janaka]. When Śīradhvaja was plowing a field, from the front of his plow [śīra] appeared a daughter named Sītādevī, who later became the wife of Lord Rāmacandra. Thus he was known as Śīradhvaja.
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