|Canto 6: Prescribed Duties for Mankind||Chapter 6: The Progeny of the Daughters of Dakṣa|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 6.6.15
tato manuś cākṣuṣo 'bhūd
viśve sādhyā manoḥ sutāḥ
vāstoḥ — of Vāstu; āńgirasī — of his wife named Āńgirasī; putraḥ — the son; viśvakarmā — Viśvakarmā; ākṛtī-patiḥ — the husband of Ākṛtī; tataḥ — from them; manuḥ cākṣuṣaḥ — the Manu named Cākṣuṣa; abhūt — was born; viśve — the Viśvadevas; sādhyāḥ — the Sādhyas; manoḥ — of Manu; sutāḥ — the sons.
From Āńgirasī, the wife of the Vasu named Vāstu, was born the great architect Viśvakarmā. Viśvakarmā became the husband of Ākṛtī, from whom the Manu named Cākṣuṣa was born. The sons of Manu were known as the Viśvadevas and Sādhyas.
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