bindumatyam adhan nrpah
mucukundam ca yoginam
tesam svasarah pancasat
saubharim vavrire patim
sasabindoh—of a king known as Sasabindu; duhitari—unto the daughter; bindumatyam—whose name was Bindumati; adhat—begot; nrpah—the King (Mandhata); purukutsam—Purukutsa; ambarisam—Ambarisa; mucukundam—Mucukunda; ca—and; yoginam—a highly elevated mystic; tesam—of them; svasarah—the sisters; pancasat—fifty; saubharim—unto the great sage Saubhari; vavrire—accepted; patim—as husband.
Mandhata begot three sons in the womb of Bindumati, the daughter of Sasabindu. These sons were Purukutsa, Ambarisa, and Mucukunda, a great mystic yogi. These three brothers had fifty sisters, who all accepted the great sage Saubhari as their husband.
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