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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 12.6.76-77
sukarmā cāpi tac-chiṣyaḥ
cakre sāmnāḿ tato dvija
pauṣyañjiś ca sukarmaṇaḥ
śiṣyau jagṛhatuś cānya
sukarmā — Sukarmā; ca — and; api — indeed; tat-śiṣyaḥ — the disciple of Jaimini; sāma-veda-taroḥ — of the tree of the Sāma Veda; mahān — the great thinker; sahasra-saḿhitā — of one thousand collections; bhedam — a division; cakre — he made; sāmnām — of the sāma-mantras; tataḥ — and then; dvija — O brāhmaṇa (Śaunaka); hiraṇyanābhaḥ kauśalyaḥ — Hiraṇyanābha, the son of Kuśala; pauṣyañjiḥ — Pauṣyañji; ca — and; sukarmaṇaḥ — of Sukarmā; śiṣyau — the two disciples; jagṛhatuḥ — took; ca — and; anyaḥ — another; āvantyaḥ — Āvantya; brahma-vit-tamaḥ — most perfectly realized in knowledge of the Absolute Truth.
Sukarmā, another disciple of Jaimini, was a great scholar. He divided the mighty tree of the Sāma Veda into one thousand saḿhitās. Then, O brāhmaṇa, three disciples of Sukarmā — Hiraṇyanābha, the son of Kuśala; Pausyañji; and Āvantya, who was very advanced in spiritual realization — took charge of the sāma-mantras.
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