1. 41

    चित्रकेतुः सुरोचिश्च विरजा मित्र एव च । उल्बणो वसुभृद्यानो द्युमान् शक्त्यादयोऽपरे ।। ४-१-४१ ।‌।

    The names of these seven sages are as follows: Citraketu, Suroci, Virajā, Mitra, Ulbaṇa, Vasubhṛdyāna and Dyumān. Some other very competent sons were born from Vasiṣṭha’s other wife. ।। 4-1-41 ।।

  2. 42

    चित्तिस्त्वथर्वणः पत्नी लेभे पुत्रं धृतव्रतम् । दध्यञ्चमश्वशिरसं भृगोर्वंशं निबोध मे ।। ४-१-४२ ।‌।

    Citti, wife of the sage Atharvā, gave birth to a son named Aśvaśirā by accepting a great vow called Dadhyañca. Now you may hear from me about the descendants of the sage Bhṛgu. ।। 4-1-42 ।।

  3. 43

    भृगुः ख्यात्यां महाभागः पत्न्यां पुत्रानजीजनत् । धातारं च विधातारं श्रियं च भगवत्पराम् ।। ४-१-४३ ।।

    The sage Bhṛgu was highly fortunate. In his wife, known as Khyāti, he begot two sons, named Dhātā and Vidhātā, and one daughter, named Śrī, who was very much devoted to the Supreme Personality of Godhead. ।। 4-1-43 ।।

  4. 44

    आयतिं नियतिं चैव सुते मेरुस्तयोरदात् । ताभ्यां तयोरभवतां मृकण्डः प्राण एव च ।। ४-१-४४ ।।

    The sage Meru had two daughters, named Āyati and Niyati, whom he gave in charity to Dhātā and Vidhātā. Āyati and Niyati gave birth to two sons, Mṛkaṇḍa and Prāṇa. ।। 4-1-44 ।।

  5. 45

    मार्कण्डेयो मृकण्डस्य प्राणाद्वेदशिरा मुनिः । कविश्च भार्गवो यस्य भगवानुशना सुतः ।। ४-१-४५ ।।

    From Mṛkaṇḍa, Mārkaṇḍeya Muni was born, and from Prāṇa, the sage Vedaśirā, whose son was Uśanā [Śukrācārya], also known as Kavi. Thus Kavi also belonged to the descendants of the Bhṛgu dynasty. ।। 4-1-45 ।।