tasyaivaṁ vitathe vaṁśe
tad-arthaṁ yajataḥ sutam
tasya—his (Mahārāja Bharata’s); evam—thus; vitathe—being baffled; vaṁśe—in generating progeny; tat-artham—to get sons; yajataḥ—performing sacrifices; sutam—a son; marut-stomena—by performing a marut-stoma sacrifice; marutaḥ—the demigods named the Maruts; bharadvājam—Bharadvāja; upādaduḥ—presented.
The King, his attempt for progeny frustrated in this way, performed a sacrifice named marut-stoma to get a son. The demigods known as the Maruts, being fully satisfied with him, then presented him a son named Bharadvāja.
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