|Canto 9: Liberation||Chapter 2: The Dynasties of the Sons of Manu|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 9.2.33
viśālaḥ śūnyabandhuś ca
dhūmraketuś ca tat-sutāḥ
viśālo vaḿśa-kṛd rājā
vaiśālīḿ nirmame purīm
viśālaḥ — named Viśāla; śūnyabandhuḥ — named Śūnyabandhu; ca — also; dhūmraketuḥ — named Dhūmraketu; ca — also; tat-sutāḥ — the sons of Tṛṇabindu; viśālaḥ — among the three, King Viśāla; vaḿśa-kṛt — made a dynasty; rājā — the king; vaiśālīm — by the name Vaiśālī; nirmame — constructed; purīm — a palace.
Tṛṇabindu had three sons, named Viśāla, Śūnyabandhu and Dhūmraketu. Among these three, Viśāla created a dynasty and constructed a palace called Vaiśālī.
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