putra eka-satam nrpa
madhyamas tu madhucchanda
madhucchandasa eva te
visvamitrasya—of Visvamitra; ca—also; eva—indeed; asan—there were; putrah—sons; eka-satam—101; nrpa—O King Pariksit; madhyamah—the middle one; tu—indeed; madhucchandah—known as Madhucchanda; madhucchandasah—named the Madhucchandas; eva—indeed; te—all of them.
O King Pariksit, Visvamitra had 101 sons, of whom the middle one was known as Madhucchanda. In relation to him, all the other sons were celebrated as the Madhucchandas.
In this connection, Srila Visvanatha Cakravarti Thakura quotes this statement from the Vedas: tasya ha visvamitrasyaika-satam putra asuh pancasad eva jyayamso madhucchandasah pancasat kaniyamsah. “Visvamitra had 101 sons. Fifty were older than Madhucchanda and fifty younger.”
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