1. 6

    तस्यामजनयत्पुत्रान् पुरञ्जन्यां पुरञ्जनः । शतान्येकादश विराडायुषोऽर्धमथात्यगात् ।। ४-२७-६ ।।

    The great sage Nārada then addressed King Prācīnabarhiṣat: O one whose life span is great [virāṭ], in this way King Purañjana begot 1,100 sons within the womb of his wife, Purañjanī. However, in this business he passed away half of his life span. ।। 4-27-6 ।।

  2. 7

    दुहितॄर्दशोत्तरशतं पितृमातृयशस्करीः । शीलौदार्यगुणोपेताः पौरञ्जन्यः प्रजापते ।। ४-२७-७ ।।

    O Prajāpati, King Prācīnabarhiṣat, in this way King Purañjana also begot 110 daughters. All of these were equally glorified like the father and mother. Their behavior was gentle, and they possessed magnanimity and other good qualities. ।। 4-27-7 ।।

  3. 8

    स पञ्चालपतिः पुत्रान् पितृवंशविवर्धनान् । दारैः संयोजयामास दुहितॄः सदृशैर्वरैः ।। ४-२७-८ ।।

    After this, King Purañjana, King of the Pañcāla country, in order to increase the descendants of his paternal family, married his sons with qualified wives and married his daughters with qualified husbands. ।। 4-27-8 ।।

  4. 9

    पुत्राणां चाभवन् पुत्रा एकैकस्य शतं शतम् । यैर्वै पौरञ्जनो वंशः पञ्चालेषु समेधितः ।। ४-२७-९ ।।

    Of these many sons, each produced hundreds and hundreds of grandsons. In this way the whole city of Pañcāla became overcrowded by these sons and grandsons of King Purañjana. ।। 4-27-9 ।।

  5. 10

    तेषु तद्रिक्थहारेषु गृहकोशानुजीविषु । निरूढेन ममत्वेन विषयेष्वन्वबध्यत ।। ४-२७-१० ।।

    These sons and grandsons were virtually plunderers of King Purañjana’s riches, including his home, treasury, servants, secretaries and all other paraphernalia. Purañjana’s attachment for these things was very deep-rooted. ।। 4-27-10 ।।