तस्यां स जनयामास दश पुत्रानकल्मषान् ।
वसुदेवं देवभागं देवश्रवसमानकम् ॥२८॥
सृञ्जयं श्यामकं कङ्कं शमीकं वत्सकं वृकम् ।
देवदुन्दुभयो नेदुरानका यस्य जन्मनि ॥२९॥
वसुदेवं हरेः स्थानं वदन्त्यानकदुन्दुभिम् ।
पृथा च श्रुतदेवा च श्रुतकीर्तिः श्रुतश्रवाः ॥३०॥
राजाधिदेवी चैतेषां भगिन्यः पञ्च कन्यकाः ।
कुन्तेः सख्युः पिता शूरो ह्यपुत्रस्य पृथामदात् ॥३१॥

tasyāṁ sa janayām āsa
daśa putrān akalmaṣān
vasudevaṁ devabhāgaṁ
devaśravasam ānakam
sṛñjayaṁ śyāmakaṁ kaṅkaṁ
śamīkaṁ vatsakaṁ vṛkam
deva-dundubhayo nedur
ānakā yasya janmani
vasudevaṁ hareḥ sthānaṁ
vadanty ānakadundubhim
pṛthā ca śrutadevā ca
śrutakīrtiḥ śrutaśravāḥ
rājādhidevī caiteṣāṁ
bhaginyaḥ pañca kanyakāḥ
kunteḥ sakhyuḥ pitā śūro
hy aputrasya pṛthām adāt

 tasyām - in her (Māriṣā); saḥ - he (Śūra); janayām āsa - begot; daśa - ten; putrān - sons; akalmaṣān - spotless; vasudevam - Vasudeva; devabhāgam - Devabhāga; devaśravasam - Devaśravā; ānakam - Ānaka; sṛñjayam - Sṛñjaya; śyāmakam - Śyāmaka; kaṅkam - Kaṅkā; śamīkam - Śamīka; vatsakam - Vatsaka; vṛkam - Vṛka; deva-dundubhayaḥ - kettledrums sounded by the demigods; neduḥ - were beaten; ānakāḥ - a kind of kettledrum; yasya - whose; janmani - at the time of birth; vasudevam - unto Vasudeva; hareḥ - of the Supreme Personality of Godhead; sthānam - that place; vadanti - they call; ānakadundubhim - Ānakadundubhi; pṛthā - Pṛthā; ca - and; śrutadevā - Śrutadevā; ca - also; śrutakīrtiḥ - Śrutakīrti; śrutaśravāḥ - Śrutaśravā; rājādhidevī - Rājādhidevī; ca - also; eteṣām - of all these; bhaginyaḥ - sisters; pañca - five; kanyakāḥ - daughters (of Śūra); kunteḥ - of Kunti; sakhyuḥ - a friend; pitā - father; śūraḥ - Śūra; hi - indeed; aputrasya - (of Kunti) who was sonless; pṛthām - Pṛthā; adāt - delivered.


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Through Māriṣā, King Śūra begot Vasudeva, Devabhāga, Devaśravā, Ānaka, Sṛñjaya, Śyāmaka, Kaṅka, Śamīka, Vatsaka and Vṛka. These ten sons were spotlessly pious personalities. When Vasudeva was born, the demigods from the heavenly kingdom sounded kettledrums. Therefore Vasudeva, who provided the proper place for the appearance of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Kṛṣṇa, was also known as Ānakadundubhi. The five daughters of King Śūra, named Pṛthā, Śrutadevā, Śrutakīrti, Śrutaśravā and Rājādhidevī, were Vasudeva’s sisters. Śūra gave Pṛthā to his friend Kunti, who had no issue, and therefore another name of Pṛthā was Kuntī.

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