madhava vrsnayo rajan
yadavas ceti samjnitah
yadu-putrasya ca krostoh
putro vrjinavams tatah
svahito ’to visadgur vai
tasya citrarathas tatah
maha-bhago mahan abhut
madhavah—the dynasty beginning from Madhu; vrsnayah—the dynasty beginning from Vrsni; rajan—O King (Maharaja Pariksit); yadavah—the dynasty beginning from Yadu; ca—and; iti—thus; samjnitah—are so-called because of those different persons; yadu-putrasya—of the son of Yadu; ca—also; krostoh—of Krosta; putrah—the son; vrjinavan—his name was Vrjinavan; tatah—from him (Vrjinavan); svahitah—Svahita; atah—thereafter; visadguh—a son named Visadgu; vai—indeed; tasya—of him; citrarathah—Citraratha; tatah—from him; sasabinduh—Sasabindu; maha-yogi—a great mystic; maha-bhagah—most fortunate; mahan—a great personality; abhut—he became; caturdasa-maharatnah—fourteen kinds of great opulences; cakravarti—he possessed as the emperor; aparajitah—not defeated by anyone else.
O Maharaja Pariksit, because Yadu, Madhu and Vrsni each inaugurated a dynasty, their dynasties are known as Yadava, Madhava and Vrsni. The son of Yadu named Krosta had a son named Vrjinavan. The son of Vrjinavan was Svahita; the son of Svahita, Visadgu; the son of Visadgu, Citraratha; and the son of Citraratha, Sasabindu. The greatly fortunate Sasabindu, who was a great mystic, possessed fourteen opulences and was the owner of fourteen great jewels. Thus he became the emperor of the world.
In the Markandeya Purana the fourteen kinds of great jewels are described as follows: (1) an elephant, (2) a horse, (3) a chariot, (4) a wife, (5) arrows, (6) a reservoir of wealth, (7) a garland, (8) valuable costumes, (9) trees, (10) a spear, (11) a noose, (12) jewels, (13) an umbrella, and (14) regulative principles. To be the emperor, one must possess all fourteen of these opulences. Sasabindu possessed them all.
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