sa cabhut sumahat-punya
renoh sutam renukam vai
jamadagnir uvaha yam
tasyam vai bhargava-rseh
yaviyan jajna etesam
rama ity abhivisrutah
sa—she (Satyavati); ca—also; abhut—became; sumahat-punya—very great and sacred; kausiki—the river by the name Kausiki; loka-pavani—purifying the whole world; renoh—of Renu; sutam—the daughter; renukam—by the name Renuka; vai—indeed; jamadagnih—Satyavatiís son, Jamadagni; uvaha—married; yam—whom; tasyam—in the womb of Renuka; vai—indeed; bhargava-rseh—by the semen of Jamadagni; sutah—sons; vasumat-adayah—many, headed by Vasuman; yaviyan—the youngest; jajne—was born; etesam—among them; ramah—Parasurama; iti—thus; abhivisrutah—was known everywhere.
Satyavati later became the sacred river Kausiki to purify the entire world, and her son, Jamadagni, married Renuka, the daughter of Renu. By the semen of Jamadagni, many sons, headed by Vasuman, were born from the womb of Renuka. The youngest of them was named Rama, or Parasurama.
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