|Canto 9: Liberation||Chapter 1: King Sudyumna Becomes a Woman|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 9.1.11-12
tato manuḥ śrāddhadevaḥ
saḿjñāyām āsa bhārata
śraddhāyāḿ janayām āsa
daśa putrān sa ātmavān
nariṣyantaḿ pṛṣadhraḿ ca
nabhagaḿ ca kaviḿ vibhuḥ
tataḥ — from Vivasvān; manuḥ śrāddhadevaḥ — the Manu named Śrāddhadeva; saḿjñāyām — in the womb of Saḿjñā (the wife of Vivasvān); āsa — was born; bhārata — O best of the Bhārata dynasty; śraddhāyām — in the womb of Śraddhā (the wife of Śrāddhadeva); janayām āsa — begot; daśa — ten; putrān — sons; saḥ — that Śrāddhadeva; ātmavān — having conquered his senses; ikṣvāku-nṛga-śaryāti-diṣṭa-dhṛṣṭa-karūṣakān — named Ikṣvāku, Nṛga, Śaryāti, Diṣṭa, Dhṛṣṭa and Karūṣaka; nariṣyantam — Nariṣyanta; pṛṣadhram ca — and Pṛṣadhra; nabhagam ca — and Nabhaga; kavim — Kavi; vibhuḥ — the great.
O King, best of the Bhārata dynasty, from Vivasvān, by the womb of Saḿjñā, Śrāddhadeva Manu was born. Śrāddhadeva Manu, having conquered his senses, begot ten sons in the womb of his wife, Śraddhā. The names of these sons were Ikṣvāku, Nṛga, Śaryāti, Diṣṭa, Dhṛṣṭa, Karūṣaka, Nariṣyanta, Pṛṣadhra, Nabhaga and Kavi.
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