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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 6.18.3-4
dhātuḥ kuhūḥ sinīvālī
rākā cānumatis tathā
sāyaḿ darśam atha prātaḥ
agnīn purīṣyān ādhatta
yasyāḿ jāto bhṛguḥ punaḥ
dhātuḥ — of Dhātā; kuhūḥ — Kuhū; sinīvālī — Sinīvālī; rākā — Rākā; ca — and; anumatiḥ — Anumati; tathā — also; sāyam — Sāyam; darśam — Darśa; atha — also; prātaḥ — Prātaḥ; pūrṇamāsam — Pūrṇamāsa; anukramāt — respectively; agnīn — fire-gods; purīṣyān — called the Purīṣyas; ādhatta — begot; kriyāyām — in Kriyā; samanantaraḥ — the next son, Vidhātā; carṣaṇī — Carṣaṇī; varuṇasya — of Varuṇa; āsīt — was; yasyām — in whom; jātaḥ — took birth; bhṛguḥ — Bhṛgu; punaḥ — again.
Dhātā, the seventh son of Aditi, had four wives, named Kuhū, Sinīvālī, Rākā and Anumati. These wives begot four sons, named Sāyam, Darśa, Prātaḥ and Pūrṇamāsa respectively. The wife of Vidhātā, the eighth son of Aditi, was named Kriyā. In her Vidhātā begot the five fire-gods named the Purīṣyas. The wife of Varuṇa, the ninth son of Aditi, was named Carṣaṇī. Bhṛgu, the son of Brahmā, took birth again in her womb.
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