vitathasya sutan manyor
brhatksatro jayas tatah
mahaviryo naro gargah
sankrtis tu naratmajah
sri-sukah uvaca—Sri Sukadeva Gosvami said; vitathasya—of Vitatha (Bharadvaja), who was accepted in the family of Maharaja Bharata under special circumstances of disappointment; sutat—from the son; manyoh—named Manyu; brhatksatrah—Brhatksatra; jayah—Jaya; tatah—from him; mahaviryah—Mahavirya; narah—Nara; gargah—Garga; sankrtih—Sankrti; tu—certainly; nara-atmajah—the son of Nara.
Sukadeva Gosvami said: Because Bharadvaja was delivered by the Marut demigods, he was known as Vitatha. The son of Vitatha was Manyu, and from Manyu came five sons—Brhatksatra, Jaya, Mahavirya, Nara and Garga. Of these five, the one known as Nara had a son named Sankrti.
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