1. 36

    पुलस्त्योऽजनयत्पत्न्यामगस्त्यं च हविर्भुवि । सोऽन्यजन्मनि दह्राग्निर्विश्रवाश्च महातपाः ।। ४-१-३६ ‌‌।।

    Pulastya begot in his wife, Havirbhū, one son of the name Agastya, who in his next birth became Dahrāgni. Besides him, Pulastya begot another very great and saintly son, whose name was Viśravā. ।। 4-1-36 ।।

  2. 37

    तस्य यक्षपतिर्देवः कुबेरस्त्विडविडा सुतः । रावणः कुम्भकर्णश्च तथान्यस्यां विभीषणः ।। ४-१-३७ ।।

    Viśravā had two wives. The first wife was Iḍaviḍā, from whom Kuvera, the master of all Yakṣas, was born, and the next wife was named Keśinī, from whom three sons were born — Rāvaṇa, Kumbhakarṇa and Vibhīṣaṇa. ।। 4-1-37 ।।

  3. 38

    पुलहस्य गतिर्भार्या त्रीनसूत सती सुतान् । कर्मश्रेष्ठं वरीयांसं सहिष्णुं च महामते ।। ४-१-३८ ।।

    Gati, the wife of the sage Pulaha, gave birth to three sons, named Karmaśreṣṭha, Varīyān and Sahiṣṇu, and all of them were great sages. ।। 4-1-38 ।।

  4. 39

    क्रतोरपि क्रिया भार्या वालखिल्यानसूयत । ऋषीन् षष्टिसहस्राणि ज्वलतो ब्रह्मतेजसा ।। ४-१-३९ ।।

    Kratu’s wife, Kriyā, gave birth to sixty thousand great sages, named the Vālakhilyas. All these sages were greatly advanced in spiritual knowledge, and their bodies were illuminated by such knowledge. ।। 4-1-39 ।।

  5. 40

    ऊर्जायां जज्ञिरे पुत्रा वसिष्ठस्य परन्तप । चित्रकेतुप्रधानास्ते सप्त ब्रह्मर्षयोऽमलाः ।। ४-१-४० ।।

    The great sage Vasiṣṭha begot in his wife, Ūrjā [sometimes called Arundhatī], seven spotlessly great sages, headed by the sage named Citraketu. ।। 4-1-40 ।।