1. 26

    सोऽनृतव्रतदुःशीलानसतो यक्षराक्षसान् । भूतद्रुहो भूतगणांस्त्ववधीत्सत्यजित्सखः ।। ८-१-२६ ।।

    Satyasena, along with His friend Satyajit, who was the King of heaven, Indra, killed all the untruthful, impious and misbehaved Yakṣas, Rākṣasas and ghostly living entities, who gave pains to other living beings. ।। 8-1-26 ।।

  2. 27

    चतुर्थ उत्तमभ्राता मनुर्नाम्ना च तामसः । पृथुः ख्यातिर्नरः केतुरित्याद्या दश तत्सुताः ।। ८-१-२७ ।।

    The brother of the third Manu, Uttama, was celebrated by the name Tāmasa, and he became the fourth Manu. Tāmasa had ten sons, headed by Pṛthu, Khyāti, Nara and Ketu. ।। 8-1-27 ।।

  3. 28

    सत्यका हरयो वीरा देवास्त्रिशिख ईश्वरः । ज्योतिर्धामादयः सप्त ऋषयस्तामसेऽन्तरे ।। ८-१-२८ ।।

    During the reign of Tāmasa Manu, among the demigods were the Satyakas, Haris and Vīras. The heavenly King, Indra, was Triśikha. The sages in saptarṣi-dhāma were headed by Jyotirdhāma. ।। 8-1-28 ।।

  4. 29

    देवा वैधृतयो नाम विधृतेस्तनया नृप । नष्टाः कालेन यैर्वेदा विधृताः स्वेन तेजसा ।। ८-१-२९ ।।

    O King, in the Tāmasa manvantara the sons of Vidhṛti, who were known as the Vaidhṛtis, also became demigods. Since in course of time the Vedic authority was lost, these demigods, by their own powers, protected the Vedic authority. ।। 8-1-29 ।।

  5. 30

    तत्रापि जज्ञे भगवान् हरिण्यां हरिमेधसः । हरिरित्याहृतो येन गजेन्द्रो मोचितो ग्रहात् ।। ८-१-३० ।।

    Also in this manvantara, the Supreme Lord, Viṣṇu, took birth from the womb of Hariṇī, the wife of Harimedhā, and He was known as Hari. Hari saved His devotee Gajendra, the King of the elephants, from the mouth of a crocodile. ।। 8-1-30 ।।