|Canto 4: Creation of the Fourth Order||Chapter 1: Genealogical Table of the Daughters of Manu|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 4.1.38
pulahasya gatir bhāryā
trīn asūta satī sutān
sahiṣṇuḿ ca mahā-mate
pulahasya — of Pulaha; gatiḥ — Gati; bhāryā — wife; trīn — three; asūta — gave birth; satī — chaste; sutān — sons; karma-śreṣṭham — very expert in fruitive activities; varīyāḿsam — very respectable; sahiṣṇum — very tolerant; ca — also; mahā-mate — O great Vidura.
Gati, the wife of the sage Pulaha, gave birth to three sons, named Karmaśreṣṭha, Varīyān and Sahiṣṇu, and all of them were great sages.
Gati, the wife of Pulaha, was the fifth daughter of Kardama Muni. She was very faithful to her husband, and all her sons were as good as he.
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