sa rsih prarthitah patnya
carum snatum gato munih
sah—he (Rcika); rsih—the great saint; prarthitah—being requested; patnya—by his wife; svasrva—by his mother-in-law; ca—also; apatya-kamyaya—desiring a son; srapayitva—after cooking; ubhayaih—both; mantraih—by chanting particular mantras; carum—a preparation for offering in a sacrifice; snatum—to bathe; gatah—went out; munih—the great sage.
Thereafter, Rcika Muni’s wife and mother-in-law, each desiring a son, requested the Muni to prepare an oblation. Thus Rcika Muni prepared one oblation for his wife with a brahmana mantra and another for his mother-in-law with a ksatriya mantra. Then he went out to bathe.
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