sa vai sapta sama garbham
abibhran na vyajayata
jaghne ’smanodaram tasyah
so ’smakas tena kathyate
sa—she, Queen Madayanti; vai—indeed; sapta—seven; samah—years; garbham—the child within the womb; abibhrat—continued to bear; na—not; vyajayata—gave delivery; jaghne—struck; asmana—by a stone; udaram—abdomen; tasyah—of her; sah—a son; asmakah—by the name Asmaka; tena—because of this; kathyate—was called.
Madayanti bore the child within the womb for seven years and did not give birth. Therefore Vasistha struck her abdomen with a stone, and then the child was born. Consequently, the child was known as Asmaka [“the child born of a stone”].
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