1. 21

    ऋषेस्तु वेदशिरसस्तुषिता नाम पत्न्यभूत् । तस्यां जज्ञे ततो देवो विभुरित्यभिविश्रुतः ।। ८-१-२१ ।।

    Vedaśirā was a very celebrated ṛṣi. From the womb of his wife, whose name was Tuṣitā, came the avatāra named Vibhu. ।। 8-1-21 ।।

  2. 22

    अष्टाशीतिसहस्राणि मुनयो ये धृतव्रताः । अन्वशिक्षन् व्रतं तस्य कौमारब्रह्मचारिणः ।। ८-१-२२ ।।

    Vibhu remained a brahmacāri and never married throughout his life. From him, eighty-eight thousand other saintly persons took lessons on self-control, austerity and similar behavior. ।। 8-1-22 ।।

  3. 23

    तृतीय उत्तमो नाम प्रियव्रतसुतो मनुः । पवनः सृञ्जयो यज्ञहोत्राद्यास्तत्सुता नृप ।। ८-१-२३ ।।

    O King, the third Manu, Uttama, was the son of King Priyavrata. Among the sons of this Manu were Pavana, Sṛñjaya and Yajñahotra. ।। 8-1-23 ।।

  4. 24

    वसिष्ठतनयाः सप्त ऋषयः प्रमदादयः । सत्या वेदश्रुता भद्रा देवा इन्द्रस्तु सत्यजित् ।। ८-१-२४ ।।

    During the reign of the third Manu, Pramada and other sons of Vasiṣṭha became the seven sages. The Satyas, Vedaśrutas and Bhadras became demigods, and Satyajit was selected to be Indra, the King of heaven. ।। 8-1-24 ।।

  5. 25

    धर्मस्य सूनृतायां तु भगवान् पुरुषोत्तमः । सत्यसेन इति ख्यातो जातः सत्यव्रतैः सह ।। ८-१-२५ ।।

    In this manvantara, the Supreme Personality of Godhead appeared from the womb of Sūnṛtā, who was the wife of Dharma, the demigod in charge of religion. The Lord was celebrated as Satyasena, and He appeared with other demigods, known as the Satyavratas. ।। 8-1-25 ।।