yo ’jamidha-suto hy anya
rksah samvaranas tatah
pariksih sudhanur jahnur
nisadhas ca kuroh sutah
suhotro ’bhut sudhanusas
cyavano ’tha tatah krti
yah—who; ajamidha-sutah—was a son born from Ajamidha; hi—indeed; anyah—another; rksah—Rksa; samvaranah—Samvarana; tatah—from him (Rksa); tapatyam—Tapati; surya-kanyayam—in the womb of the daughter of the sun-god; kuruksetra-patih—the King of Kuruksetra; kuruh—Kuru was born; pariksih sudhanuh jahnuh nisadhah ca—Pariksi, Sudhanu, Jahnu and Nisadha; kuroh—of Kuru; sutah—the sons; suhotrah—Suhotra; abhut—was born; sudhanusah—from Sudhanu; cyavanah—Cyavana; atha—from Suhotra; tatah—from him (Cyavana); krti—a son named Krti.
Another son of Ajamidha was known as Rksa. From Rksa came a son named Samvarana, and from Samvarana through the womb of his wife, Tapati, the daughter of the sun-god, came Kuru, the King of Kuruksetra. Kuru had four sons—Pariksi, Sudhanu, Jahnu and Nisadha. From Sudhanu, Suhotra was born, and from Suhotra, Cyavana. From Cyavana, Krti was born.
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