yo rato deva-yajane
devair gadhisu tapasah
deva-rata iti khyatah
sunahsephas tu bhargavah
yah—he who (Sunahsepha); ratah—was protected; deva-yajane—in the arena for worshiping the demigods; devaih—by the same demigods; gadhisu—in the dynasty of Gadhi; tapasah—advanced in executing spiritual life; deva-ratah—protected by the demigods; iti—thus; khyatah—celebrated; sunahsephah tu—as well as Sunahsepha; bhargavah—in the dynasty of Bhrgu.
Although Sunahsepha was born in the Bhargava dynasty, he was greatly advanced in spiritual life, and therefore the demigods involved in the sacrifice protected him. Consequently he was also celebrated as the descendant of Gadhi named Devarata.
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