tato ’gnivesyo bhagavan
agnih svayam abhut sutah
kanina iti vikhyato
jatukarnyo mahan rsih
tatah—from Devadatta; agnivesyah—a son named Agnivesya; bhagavan—the most powerful; agnih—the fire-god; svayam—personally; abhut—became; sutah—the son; kaninah—Kanina; iti—thus; vikhyatah—was celebrated; jatukarnyah—Jatukarnya; mahan rsih—the great saintly person.
From Devadatta came a son known as Agnivesya, who was the fire-god Agni himself. This son, who was a celebrated saint, was well known as Kanina and Jatukarnya.
Agnivesya was also known as Kanina and Jatukarnya.
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