Enumeration of the names of princes of the continent of Plaksha, etc. ||56||
1-2Hari said: -Medatithi, the king of the insular continent of Plaksha, had seven sons, viz, the eldest Santabhava, Sisira, Sukhovaya, Nanda, Siva, Kshemaka and Dhruva. These seven were the kings of the insular continent Plaksha.
3Gomeda, Candra, Narada, Dundubhi, Somaka, Sumana, and Saila were the seven sons of Vibhraja.
4Anutapta, Sikhi, Vipasa, Tridiva, Krama, Amrta and Sukrita were the seven rivers.
5-7aVapushman was the king of the insular continent Salmala. His sons were called Varsas. They were. Sveta, Harita, Jimuta, Rohita, Vaidyuta. Manasa and Saprabha, Kumuda, Unnata, Drona, Mahisha, Valahaka, Krounca and Kakudrhan, these seven were the mountains.
7a-8The rivers were Yoni, Toya, Vitrishna, Candra, Sukla and Vimocani; the seventh was Vidhrit; and they all afforded release from sins. Jyotishman, the king of the insular continent Kusa, had seven Sons. Hear their names.
9They were Udbhida, Venuman, Dvairatha, Lambana, Dhriti, Prabhakara and Kapila.
10The mountains were Vidruma, Hemasaila, Dyutiman. Pushpaman, Kusesaya, Harl and the mount Mandara.
11The rivers were Dhutapapa, Siva, Pavitra, Sammati Vidyudambha, Mahikasha. They were all destructive of all sins.
12-13aDyutiman had seven high-souled sons in the insular continent of Krounca, Kusala, Mandaga, Ushna, Pivara, Andhakaraka, Muni and Dundubhi; these seven were his sons, O Hara.
13b-15aThe seven mountains were Krounca, Yamana, the third Andhakaraka, Devavrta, Mahasaila, Dundubhi and Pandarikavan, Gauri, Kumudvati, Sandhya, Ratri, Manojava, Khyati and Pundarika, these seven were the boundary rivers.
15b-16The king of the insular continent of Saka begat seven. sons, viz., Jalada, Kurnara, Sukumara, Masibaka, Kusurnoda, Samodarki and the seventh Mahadruma.
17Sukumari, Kumari, Nalini, Dhenuka, Ikshu, Velnuka and Gabhashti were the seven rivers.
18Savala, the king of Pushkara, begat the great hero Dhataki. The two Varsas were situate on the mount Manasottara.
19It was a thousand Yojanas in height. Its summit was five hundred yojanas high and its extent an all sides, was the same.
20-21The insular continent of Pushkara is encircled on allies by the ocean of sweet water. Before the sweet waler is seen the country inhabited by people; the gold fields, shorn of all animals, constitute the half of the continent. The mountain is Lokaloka, one A yuta of yojanas in extent. One part of this mountain is enshrouded with darkness and the other part is free from it.