tasya satyadhrtih putro
saradvams tat-suto yasmad
sara-stambe ’patad reto
mithunam tad abhuc chubham
tasya—of him (Satananda); satyadhrtih—Satyadhrti; putrah—a son; dhanuh-veda-visaradah—very expert in the art of archery; saradvan—Saradvan; tat-sutah—the son of Satyadhrti; yasmat—from whom; urvasi-darsanat—simply by seeing the celestial Urvasi; kila—indeed; sara-stambe—on a clump of sara grass; apatat—fell; retah—semen; mithunam—a male and female; tat abhut—there were born; subham—all-auspicious.
The son of Satananda was Satyadhrti, who was expert in archery, and the son of Satyadhrti was Saradvan. When Saradvan met Urvasi, he discharged semen, which fell on a clump of sara grass. From this semen were born two all-auspicious babies, one male and the other female.
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