|Canto 9: Liberation||Chapter 23: The Dynasties of the Sons of Yayāti|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 9.23.6
cakruḥ sva-nāmnā viṣayān
ṣaḍ imān prācyakāḿś ca te
khalapāno 'ńgato jajñe
tasmād divirathas tataḥ
cakruḥ — they created; sva-nāmnā — by their own names; viṣayān — different states; ṣaṭ — six; imān — all these; prācyakān ca — on the eastern side (of India); te — those (six kings); khalapānaḥ — Khalapāna; ańgataḥ — from King Ańga; jajñe — took birth; tasmāt — from him (Khalapāna); divirathaḥ — Diviratha; tataḥ — thereafter.
These six sons, headed by Ańga, later became kings of six states in the eastern side of India. These states were known according to the names of their respective kings. From Ańga came a son named Khalapāna, and from Khalapāna came Diviratha.
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