rksas tasya suto ’bhavat
tasya midhvams tatah purna
indrasenas tu tat-sutah
citrasenah—one named Citrasena; narisyantat—from Narisyanta, another son of Manu; rksah—Rksa; tasya—of Citrasena; sutah—the son; abhavat—became; tasya—of him (Rksa); midhvan—Midhvan; tatah—from him (Midhvan); purnah—Purna; indrasenah—Indrasena; tu—but; tat-sutah—the son of him (Purna).
From Narisyanta came a son named Citrasena and from him a son named Rksa. From Rksa came Midhvan, from Midhvan came Purna, and from Purna came Indrasena.
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