gargac chinis tato gargyah
ksatrad brahma hy avartata
tasya trayyarunih kavih
puskararunir ity atra
ye brahmana-gatim gatah
brhatksatrasya putro ’bhud
gargat—from Garga (another grandson of Bharadvaja); sinih—a son named Sini; tatah—from him (Sini); gargyah—a son named Gargya; ksatrat—although he was a ksatriya; brahma—the brahmanas; hi—in deed; avartata—became possible; duritaksayah—a son named Duritaksaya; mahaviryat—from Mahavirya (another grandson of Bharadvaja); tasya—his; trayyarunih—the son named Trayyaruni; kavih—a son named Kavi; puskararunih—a son named Puskararuni; iti—thus; atra—therein; ye—all of them; brahmana-gatim—the position of brahmanas; gatah—achieved; brhatksatrasya—of the grandson of Bharadvaja named Brhatksatra; putrah—the son; abhut—became; hasti—Hasti; yat—from whom; hastinapuram—the city of Hastinapura (New Delhi) was established.
From Garga came a son named Sini, and his son was Gargya. Although Gargya was a ksatriya, there came from him a generation of brahmanas. From Mahavirya came a son named Duritaksaya, whose sons were Trayyaruni, Kavi and Puskararuni. Although these sons of Duritaksaya took birth in a dynasty of ksatriyas, they too attained the position of brahmanas. Brhatksatra had a son named Hasti, who established the city of Hastinapura [now New Delhi].
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