Genealogy of royal princes (solar race) ||138||

1Said The God Hari: -Now I shall describe the genealogy of the princes of the blood royal, as well the exploits, done by each of them. The God Brahma sprang from the navel of the eternal Vishnu. Daksha, the father of all created beings sprang from the thumb of Brahma.
2-3Daksha begat Aditi, and Aditi was the father of the Sun-God: The Sun-God created Manu, and Manu was the father of Iksvaku, Saryati, Mriga, Drishta, Prishadhra, Narishyanta, Dishta and Sasaka. Manu, the son of the Sun God, had a daughter named Ila, who was subsequently known as Sudyumna.
4Mercury, the son of the Moon God, had a sexual congress with Ila and begat on her person the three sons named Raja, Rudra and Pururava. In the character of Sudyumna Ila had three sons named Utkala, Vinata and Gaya.
5Prisadhra, a son of Manu, killed a cow, and so he was degraded to the status of a Sudra. After that, the race of the kshatriyas that sprung from Karusa, is called Karusa.
6-7Dishta, a son of Manu, had a son named Nabhaga, who became a Vaisya. Nabhaga had a son named Bhanandana, and the son of Bhanandana was Vatsapriti. Subsequently the said Bhanandana begat two other sons named Pansu and Khanitra, and Khanitra had a son named Kshupa. Vimsa was the son of Vimsa.
8Vimsa and another son named Khaninetra, and Khaninetra had a son named Vibhiiti. Vibhiiti begat Karandhama, and Karandhama begat Abikshita.
9-10Abikshita had a son named Marutta, and Marutta was the father of Narishyanta. Tamas begat Rajvardhana, Rajvardhana begat Sudhrati, and Sudhrati begat Nara. Nara had a son named Kavela who was the father of Dhundhumana.
11Dhundumana begat Vegavan, who was the father of Budha. Afterwards Budha begat a son named Troavindu and a daughter named Ailavila.
12The said Trinavindu begat on Alamvusa a son named Visala. Visala had a son named Hemcandra who in his turn begat Candra.
13Candra begat Dhaumrasva who begat Spijaya; and Spijaya had a son named Sahadeva who was the father of Krisasva.
14The name of the son of Krisasva was Somadatta who begat Janamejaya. Janamejaya was the father of Sumantri. All these princes ruled in the city of Visala.
15Saryyati had a daughter who was married to the holy Cyavana. Saryyati had a son named Ananta, and Ananta was the father of Devaka.
16Afterwards Revata had son who was called Raivataka and a daughter named Revati. The son begat by Dhrishta, the son so Manu, was called Dharshtaki who though born a Kshatriya, took to the life of a Vaisya.
17-18Ambarisha was the son of Nabhaga, a son of Manu. Ambarisha begat Virupa, Virupa begat Prishadasva, Prishadasva begat Rathinara, who was firmly devoted to Vasudeva. Of the three sons of Ishvaku, the first was named Vikuksi, the second was called Nimi; and the third Dandaka.
19Vikuksi the son of lkshvaku ate the hare kept for sacrificial purposes and hence he was called the here-eater (Sasada). This Sasada had a son named Puranjaya who, begat Kakutstha.
20Kakutstha had a son named Anena, and the son of Anena was named Prthu. Prthu had a son maned Visvarata who was the father of Ardra.
21-22Ardra begat Yuvanasva who begat Srovanta. Sravanta had son named Vrhadasva, who was the father of Kuvalyasa va, who had a son called Dridasva, and who was better known by the epithet of Dhundumara. This Dridhasva had three sons, viz., Candrasva Kapilasva and Haryasva.
23Haryasva begat Nikumbha. Nikumbha begat Hitasva who was the father of Pujasva. Pujasva had a a son named Yuvanasva.
24The son of Yuvanasva was called Mandhata who had a son named Bindu Matya. Vindu Matya had three sons named Mucukunda, Ambarisa and Purukutsa.
25The aforesaid Bindu Mahya had fifty daughters who become the wives of the holy sage Sauvari. Ambarisha begat Yuvanasva who begat Hanta.
26The son begotten on Narmada by Purukutsa was called Trasadasyu. Anaranya was the son to Trasadasyu, and the son of Anaranya was called Haryyasva.
27Vasumanah was the son of Haryyasva and Tridhanva; was the son of Vasumana. Tridhanva had a son named Trayaruna who was the father of Satyarata.
28This Satyarata become famous by the name to Trisanku the son of Trisanku was named Haricandra, who was the father of Rohitasva. Harita was the son of Rohitasva.
29And Cancu was the son of Harita. Cancu begat Vijaya, and Vijaya begat Ruruk, and Ruruk begat Vrika.
30-31Bahu was the son of Vrika and he became a king. Sagara was the son of Prithu who had sixty thousand sons by his wife Sumati, and a son named Asamanjasa by his wife Kesini.
32Amsumana was the son of Asamanjasa and Dilipa was the son of Amsumana. Bhagiratha was the son of Dilipa, and he brought down the Ganges on earth.
33Sruta was the son of Bhagiratha, and the son of gruta was named Nabhaga. Nabhaga had a son named Ambarisha who was the father of Sindhudvipa.
34Ayutayu was the son of Sindhudvipa, and the son of A yutayu was Rituparna. Sarvakama was the son of rituparna, and Sudasa was the the son of Sarvakama.
35The son of Sudasa become famous by the name of Mitrasaha. Sudasa begat a son on his wife Damayanta who was called Kalmashapada.
36Kalmashapada begat Asvaka, and Asvaka begat Mulaka, and Mulaka begat Dasaratha who was the father of Ailavila.
37The son of Ailavila was named Vipasaha, who was the father of Khatvanga. Khatyanga had a son named Dirghabahu who was the father of Aja.
38The son of Aja was Dasaratha who had four sons, viz., Rama, Bharata, Lakshmana and Satrughna. All of them become famous in history for prowess and glorious achievements.
39-40Kusa and Lava were the sons of Rama. Bharata’s sons were named Tarksha and Pushkara. Citrangada and Candraketu were the sons of Laksmana, while the sons of Satrughna were named Subahu and Surasena. Kuga had a son named Atithi who was the father of Nishada.
41Nala was the son of Nishada, and Nabhasa was the son of Nala. Pundarika was the son of Nabhaga, and Ksemdhanva was the son of Pundarika.
42-43aDevanika was the son of ~emadhanva, and Ahinaka was the son of Devanika. Ahinaka begat Ruru, and Ruru begat Paripatra begat Dala, and Dala begat Chala.
43b-44Vuktha was the son of Chala and Vajranabha was the son of Hyuktha. The sor of Vajrandbha was Gana who was the father of Usitasva who was the father of Vishvasaha. Hiranyanabha was the son of Visvasaha, and Pushpaka was the son of Hiranyanabha.
45The son of Pashpaka was Dhruvasandhi who was to father of Sudarsana. Sudarsana, ana begat Agnivarna who was the father of Padmavarna.
46Padmavarna begat Sighra, and Sighra begat Maru, and Maru begat Pragruta who was the father of Udavasu.
47Nandivardhana was the son of Udavasu. Suketu was the son of Nandivardhana. Suketu had a son named Devarata who was the father of Brhaduktha.
48Brhaduktha had a son named Mahavirya who was the father of Sudhriti. The son of Sudhriti was Dhrishtaketu who was the father of Haryyasva.
49The son of Haryyasva was Maru who was the father of Pratindhaka. Pratindhaka begat Kritiratha, and Krtiratha begat Devamidha.
50-51Vibudha was son of Devatidha. The son of Vibudha was Mahadhriti who was the father of Kirtirata. The son of Kirtirata was Manoroma who was the father of Svanrnaroma, whose son was Hriasvaroma, whose son was Siradhvaja who had a daughter named Sita.
52Kusadhvaja was the brother of Siradhvaja who had a son named Bhanuman. Satadyumna was the son of Bhanuman and Guci was the son of Satadyumna.
53Suci begat Urja. Urja begat Sanadhvaja whose son was Kuli.
54-55The son of Kuli was Ananjana who was the father of Kulajit. The son of Kulajit was Adhinemi who was the father of Srutayu. The son of Srutayu was Suparsva who was the father of Kshemari. Kshemari begat Anena who was the father of Ramaratha.
56-57Ramaratha begat Satyaratha and Satyaratha, Upaguru Upaguru begat Upagupta whose son was Svagata. Svagata had a son named Svanara, who begat Suvarca, who begat Suparsva, who begat Susruta.
58The son of Susruta was Java who was the father of Vijaya. Vijaya begat Rita, and Rita begat Sunaya.
59-60And Sunaya begat Vitahavya, who was the father of Dhriti. The son of Dhriti was Bahulasva who was the father of Kriti. The different races sprang from Janaka who all were addicted to Yoga.