gargāc chinis tato gārgyaḥ
kṣatrād brahma hy avartata
tasya trayyāruṇiḥ kaviḥ
puṣkarāruṇir ity atra
ye brāhmaṇa-gatiṁ gatāḥ
bṛhatkṣatrasya putro ’bhūd
gargāt—from Garga (another grandson of Bharadvāja); śiniḥ—a son named Śini; tataḥ—from him (Śini); gārgyaḥ—a son named Gārgya; kṣatrāt—although he was a kṣatriya; brahma—the brāhmaṇas; hi—in deed; avartata—became possible; duritakṣayaḥ—a son named Duritakṣaya; mahāvīryāt—from Mahāvīrya (another grandson of Bharadvāja); tasya—his; trayyāruṇiḥ—the son named Trayyāruṇi; kaviḥ—a son named Kavi; puṣkarāruṇiḥ—a son named Puṣkarāruṇi; iti—thus; atra—therein; ye—all of them; brāhmaṇa-gatim—the position of brāhmaṇas; gatāḥ—achieved; bṛhatkṣatrasya—of the grandson of Bharadvāja named Bṛhatkṣatra; putraḥ—the son; abhūt—became; hastī—Hastī; yat—from whom; hastināpuram—the city of Hastināpura (New Delhi) was established.
From Garga came a son named Śini, and his son was Gārgya. Although Gārgya was a kṣatriya, there came from him a generation of brahmaṇas. From Mahāvīrya came a son named Duritakṣaya, whose sons were Trayyāruṇi, Kavi and Puṣkarāruṇi. Although these sons of Duritakṣaya took birth in a dynasty of kṣatriyas, they too attained the position of brāhmaṇas. Bṛhatkṣatra had a son named Hastī, who established the city of Hastināpura [now New Delhi].
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