1. 11

    मत्वा तं जडमुन्मत्तं कुलवृद्धाः समन्त्रिणः । वत्सरं भूपतिं चक्रुर्यवीयांसं भ्रमेः सुतम् ।। ४-१३-११ ।।

    For this reason the ministers and all the elderly members of the family thought Utkala to be without intelligence and, in fact, mad. Thus his younger brother, named Vatsara, the son of Bhrami, was elevated to the royal throne, and he became king of the world. ।। 4-13-11 ।।

  2. 12

    स्वर्वीथिर्वत्सरस्येष्टा भार्यासूत षडात्मजान् । पुष्पार्णं तिग्मकेतुं च इषमूर्जं वसुं जयम् ।। ४-१३-१२ ।।

    King Vatsara had a very dear wife whose name was Svarvīthi, and she gave birth to six sons, named Puṣpārṇa, Tigmaketu, Iṣa, Ūrja, Vasu and Jaya. ।। 4-13-12 ‌।।

  3. 13

    पुष्पार्णस्य प्रभा भार्या दोषा च द्वे बभूवतुः । प्रातर्मध्यन्दिनं सायमिति ह्यासन् प्रभासुताः ।। ४-१३-१३ ।।

    Puṣpārṇa had two wives, named Prabhā and Doṣā. Prabhā had three sons, named Prātar, Madhyandinam and Sāyam. ।। 4-13-13 ।।

  4. 14

    प्रदोषो निशिथो व्युष्ट इति दोषा सुतास्त्रयः । व्युष्टः सुतं पुष्करिण्यां सर्वतेजसमादधे ।। ४-१३-१४ ।।

    Doṣā had three sons — Pradoṣa, Niśitha and Vyuṣṭa. Vyuṣṭa’s wife was named Puṣkariṇī, and she gave birth to a very powerful son named Sarvatejā. ।। 4-13-14 ।।

  5. 15

    स चक्षुः सुतमाकूत्यां पत्न्यां मनुमवाप ह । मनोरसूत महिषी विरजान् नड्वला सुतान् ।। ४-१३-१५ ।।

    Sarvatejā’s wife, Ākūti, gave birth to a son named Cākṣuṣa, who became the sixth Manu at the end of the Manu millennium. Naḍvalā, the wife of Cākṣuṣa Manu, gave birth to the following faultless sons: ।। 4-13-15 ।।