|Canto 4: Creation of the Fourth Order||Chapter 1: Genealogical Table of the Daughters of Manu|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 4.1.36
pulastyo 'janayat patnyām
agastyaḿ ca havirbhuvi
so 'nya-janmani dahrāgnir
viśravāś ca mahā-tapāḥ
pulastyaḥ — the sage Pulastya; ajanayat — begot; patnyām — in his wife; agastyam — the great sage Agastya; ca — also; havirbhuvi — in Havirbhū; saḥ — he (Agastya); anya-janmani — in the next birth; dahra-agniḥ — the digesting fire; viśravāḥ — Viśravā; ca — and; mahā-tapāḥ — greatly powerful because of austerity.
Pulastya begot in his wife, Havirbhū, one son of the name Agastya, who in his next birth became Dahrāgni. Besides him, Pulastya begot another very great and saintly son, whose name was Viśravā.
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