vitathasya sutān manyor
bṛhatkṣatro jayas tataḥ
mahāvīryo naro gargaḥ
saṅkṛtis tu narātmajaḥ
śrī-śukaḥ uvāca—Śrī Śukadeva Gosvāmī said; vitathasya—of Vitatha (Bharadvāja), who was accepted in the family of Mahārāja Bharata under special circumstances of disappointment; sutāt—from the son; manyoḥ—named Manyu; bṛhatkṣatraḥ—Bṛhatkṣatra; jayaḥ—Jaya; tataḥ—from him; mahāvīryaḥ—Mahāvīrya; naraḥ—Nara; gargaḥ—Garga; saṅkṛtiḥ—Saṅkṛti; tu—certainly; nara-ātmajaḥ—the son of Nara.
Śukadeva Gosvāmī said: Because Bharadvāja was delivered by the Marut demigods, he was known as Vitatha. The son of Vitatha was Manyu, and from Manyu came five sons—Bṛhatkṣatra, Jaya, Mahāvīrya, Nara and Garga. Of these five, the one known as Nara had a son named Saṅkṛti.
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