anyasyam api bharyayam
sakale dve brhadrathat
ye matra bahir utsrste
jiva jiveti kridantya
jarasandho ’bhavat sutah
anyasyam—in another; api—also; bharyayam—wife; sakale—parts; dve—two; brhadrathat—from Brhadratha; ye—which two parts; matra—by the mother; bahih utsrste—because of rejection; jaraya—by the demoness named Jara; ca—and; abhisandhite—when they were joined together; jiva jiva iti—O living entity, be alive; kridantya—playing like that; jarasandhah—Jarasandha; abhavat—was generated; sutah—a son.
Through the womb of another wife, Brhadratha begot two halves of a son. When the mother saw those two halves she rejected them, but later a she-demon named Jara playfully joined them and said, “Come to life, come to life!” Thus the son named Jarasandha was born.
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