yo ’mbarisah prakirtitah
yauvanasvas tu tat-sutah
haritas tasya putro ’bhun
sri-sukah uvaca—Sri Sukadeva Gosvami said; mandhatuh—of Mandhata; putra-pravarah—the prominent son; yah—the one who; ambarisah—by the name Ambarisa; prakirtitah—celebrated; pitamahena—by his grandfather Yuvanasva; pravrtah—accepted; yauvanasvah—named Yauvanasva; tu—and; tat-sutah—the son of Ambarisa; haritah—by the name Harita; tasya—of Yauvanasva; putrah—the son; abhut—became; mandhatr—in the dynasty of Mandhata; pravarah—most prominent; ime—all of them.
Sukadeva Gosvami said: The most prominent among the sons of Mandhata was he who is celebrated as Ambarisa. Ambarisa was accepted as son by his grandfather Yuvanasva. Ambarisa’s son was Yauvanasva, and Yauvanasva’s son was Harita. In Mandhata’s dynasty, Ambarisa, Harita and Yauvanasva were very prominent.
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