TEXT 26
tasyāvīkṣit suto yasya
maruttaś cakravarty abhūt
saṁvarto ’yājayad yaṁ vai
mahā-yogy aṅgiraḥ-sutaḥ
SYNONYMS
tasya—of him (Karandhama); avīkṣit—named Avīkṣit; sutaḥ—the son; yasya—of whom (Avīkṣit); maruttaḥ—(the son) named Marutta; cakravartī—the emperor; abhūt—became; saṁvartaḥSaṁvarta; ayājayat—engaged in performing sacrifice; yam—unto whom (Marutta); vai—indeed; mahā-yogī—the great mystic; aṅgiraḥ-sutaḥ—the son of Aṅgirā.
TRANSLATION
From Karandhama came a son named Avīkṣit, and from Avīkṣit a son named Marutta, who was the emperor. The great mystic Saṁvarta, the son of Aṅgirā, engaged Marutta in performing a sacrifice [yajña].

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