1. 21

    चत्वारः सूनवस्तत्र शतजित्प्रथमात्मजः । महाहयो वेणुहयो हैहयश्चेति तत्सुताः ।। ९-२३-२१ ।।

    Of these four, the eldest, Sahasrajit, had a son named Śatajit, who had three sons, named Mahāhaya, Reṇuhaya and Haihaya. ।। 9-23-21 ।।

  2. 22

    धर्मस्तु हैहयसुतो नेत्रः कुन्तेः पिता ततः । सोहञ्जिरभवत्कुन्तेर्महिष्मान् भद्रसेनकः ।। ९-२३-२२ ।।

    The son of Haihaya was Dharma, and the son of Dharma was Netra, the father of Kunti. From Kunti came a son named Sohañji, from Sohañji came Mahiṣmān, and from Mahiṣmān, Bhadrasenaka. ।। 9-23-22 ।।

  3. 23

    दुर्मदो भद्रसेनस्य धनकः कृतवीर्यसूः । कृताग्निः कृतवर्मा च कृतौजा धनकात्मजाः ।। ९-२३-२३ ।।

    The sons of Bhadrasena were known as Durmada and Dhanaka. Dhanaka was the father of Kṛtavīrya and also of Kṛtāgni, Kṛtavarmā and Kṛtaujā. ।। 9-23-23 ।।

  4. 24

    अर्जुनः कृतवीर्यस्य सप्तद्वीपेश्वरोऽभवत् । दत्तात्रेयाद्धरेरंशात्प्राप्तयोगमहागुणः ।। ९-२३-२४ ।।

    The son of Kṛtavīrya was Arjuna. He [Kārtavīryārjuna] became the emperor of the entire world, consisting of seven islands, and received mystic power from Dattātreya, the incarnation of the Supreme Personality of Godhead. Thus he obtained the mystic perfections known as aṣṭa-siddhi. ।। 9-23-24 ।।

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    न नूनं कार्तवीर्यस्य गतिं यास्यन्ति पार्थिवाः । यज्ञदानतपोयोगश्रुतवीर्यदयादिभिः ।। ९-२३-२५ ।।

    No other king in this world could equal Kārtavīryārjuna in sacrifices, charity, austerity, mystic power, education, strength or mercy. ।। 9-23-25 ।।