khandikyas tu mitadhvajat
bhitah kesidhvajad drutah
bhanumams tasya putro ’bhuc
chatadyumnas tu tat-sutah
krtadhvajat—from Krtadhvaja; kesidhvajah—a son named Kesidhvaja; khandikyah tu—also a son named Khandikya; mitadhvajat—from Mitadhvaja; krtadhvaja-sutah—the son of Krtadhvaja; rajan—O King; atma-vidya-visaradah—expert in transcendental science; khandikyah—King Khandikya; karma-tattva-jnah—expert in Vedic ritualistic ceremonies; bhitah—fearing; kesidhvajat—because of Kesidhvaja; drutah—he fled; bhanuman—Bhanuman; tasya—of Kesidhvaja; putrah—son; abhut—there was; satadyumnah—Satadyumna; tu—but; tat-sutah—the son of Bhanuman.
O Maharaja Pariksit, the son of Krtadhvaja was Kesidhvaja, and the son of Mitadhvaja was Khandikya. The son of Krtadhvaja was expert in spiritual knowledge, and the son of Mitadhvaja was expert in Vedic ritualistic ceremonies. Khandikya fled in fear of Kesidhvaja. The son of Kesidhvaja was Bhanuman, and the son of Bhanuman was Satadyumna.
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