sahadevas tato hīno
jayasenas tu tat-sutaḥ
saṅkṛtis tasya ca jayaḥ
ime śṛṇv atha nāhuṣān
sahadevaḥ—Sahadeva; tataḥ—from Sahadeva; hīnaḥ—a son named Hīna; jayasenaḥ—Jayasena; tu—also; tat-sutaḥ—the son of Hīna; saṅkṛtiḥ—Saṅkṛti; tasya—of Saṅkṛti; ca—also; jayaḥ—a son named Jaya; kṣatra-dharmā—expert in the duties of a kṣatriya; mahā-rathaḥ—a greatly powerful fighter; kṣatravṛddha-anvayāḥ—in the dynasty of Kṣatravṛddha; bhūpāḥ—kings; ime—all these; śṛṇu—hear from me; atha—now; nāhuṣān—the descendants of Nahuṣa.
From Haryabala came a son named Sahadeva, and from Sahadeva came Hīna. The son of Hīna was Jayasena, and the son of Jayasena was Saṅkṛti. The son of Saṅkṛti was the powerful and expert fighter named Jaya. These kings were the members of the Kṣatravṛddha dynasty. Now let me describe to you the dynasty of Nahuṣa.
Thus end the Bhaktivedanta purports of the Ninth Canto, Seventeenth Chapter, of the Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam, entitled “The Dynasties of the Sons of Purūravā.”
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