anoh sabhanaras caksuh
paresnus ca trayah sutah
srnjayas tat-sutas tatah
sri-sukah uvaca—Sri Sukadeva Gosvami said; anoh—of Anu, the fourth of the four sons of Yayati; sabhanarah—Sabhanara; caksuh—Caksu; paresnuh—Paresnu; ca—also; trayah—three; sutah—sons; sabhanarat—from Sabhanara; kalanarah—Kalanara; srnjayah—Srnjaya; tat-sutah—son of Kalanara; tatah—thereafter.
Sukadeva Gosvami said: Anu, the fourth son of Yayati, had three sons, named Sabhanara, Caksu and Paresnu. O King, from Sabhanara came a son named Kalanara, and from Kalanara came a son named Srnjaya.
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