pāṇḍoḥ kuntyāṁ mahā-rathāḥ
nakulaḥ sahadevaś ca
draupadyāṁ pañca pañcabhyaḥ
putrās te pitaro ’bhavan
śāpāt—due to being cursed; maithuna-ruddhasya—who had to restrain sexual life; pāṇḍoḥ—of Pāṇḍu; kuntyām—in the womb of Kuntī; mahā-rathāḥ—great heroes; jātāḥ—took birth; dharma—by Mahārāja Dharma, or Dharmarāja; anila—by the demigod controlling the wind; indrebhyaḥ—and by the demigod Indra, the controller of rain; yudhiṣṭhira—Yudhiṣṭhira; mukhāḥ—headed by; trayaḥ—three sons (Yudhiṣṭhira, Bhīma and Arjuna); nakulaḥ—Nakula; sahadevaḥ—Sahadeva; ca—also; mādryām—in the womb of Mādrī; nāsatya-dasrayoḥ—by Nāsatya and Dasra, the Aśvinī-kumāras; draupadyām—in the womb of Draupadī; pañca—five; pañcabhyaḥ—from the five brothers (Yudhiṣṭhira, Bhīma, Arjuna, Nakula and Sahadeva); putrāḥ—sons; te—they; pitaraḥ—uncles; abhavan—became.
Pāṇḍu was restrained from sexual life because of having been cursed by a sage, and therefore his three sons Yudhiṣṭhira, Bhīma and Arjuna were begotten through the womb of his wife, Kuntī, by Dharmarāja, by the demigod controlling the wind, and by the demigod controlling the rain. Pāṇḍu’s second wife, Mādrī, gave birth to Nakula and Sahadeva, who were begotten by the two Aśvinī-kumāras. The five brothers, headed by Yudhiṣṭhira, begot five sons through the womb of Draupadī. These five sons were your uncles.
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