Puraan | 3-Vishnu Puraan | 4-Chaturth Ansh
3-Vishnu Puraan - 4-Chaturth Ansh - p 289-292
See also 5-Bhaagvat Puraan, 9/14;
Puru's LineageParaashar Jee said - "Yayaati's youngest son Puru's lineage --
Puru's son was Janamejaya
Riteshu's son was Antinaar
Dushyant had the Chakravartee emperor Bharat - about hose name Dev Gan said this Shlok - "Mother is like a leather pump, only father has the right on son. A son is like him by whom he is produced. Do not insult Shakuntalaa. A son born of one's own semen takes his father from Yam Lok to Swarg Lok. He is your son. Shakuntalaa has told you the truth."
Bharat had three wives and had nine sons from them, but Bharat said - "They are not like me"; lest Bharat leaves them, their mothers killed them. Then Bharat did Marutsom Yagya with the desire of a son. At its completion Marud Gan gave him Bharadwaaj named child as his son who was born from Brihaspati's semen established in the womb of Utathya's wife Mamataa and was delivered by Deerghatamaa Muni by hitting his foot.
This Shlok is said about naming this boy - "After the son was delivered, Brihaspati said to Mamataa - "This son is born 'Dwaaj' (from both of us), therefore you bring him up (Bharan Karo)"; then Mamataa said - "Hey Brihaspati, This son is born 'Dwaaj", you bring him up". Thus arguing both parents went away, that is why he was named as Bharadwaaj." Because the birth of sons got failed and Marud Gan gave Bharadwaaj that is why he was called Vitath also.
Vitath's son was Manyu
Ajameedh had two sons - Kanv and Brihdishu. Kanv's son was Medhaatithi whose descendents
were called Kaanvaayan Braahman.
Dwijmeedh's son was Yaveenar
They all were Pooru Vanshee kings
Ajmeedh had a wife called Nalinee who had the son named Neel
Mudgal had Maudgalya named Kshatropet Braahman. Mudgal's son was Brihadaashwa, and Brihadaashwa had one son and one daughter - Divodaas and Ahalyaa. Ahalyaa was married to Maharshi Gautam and had son named Shataanand [who was the Raaj Purohit of Raajaa Janak at the time of Seetaa's marriage to Raam] Shataanand had the son named Satyadhriti who was a good archer. Once he saw Urvashee Apsaraa and his semen fell on a reed (Sarakandaa) which caused to divide it in two parts, thus two children, one son and one daughter, were born. King Shaantanu found them when he was on his hunting tour, he brought them home, brought them up. Later the boy became Kripaa and the girl became Kripee.
Divodaas' son was Mitraayu
Contd from above... Magadh
Ajmeedh had one son more named Riksh, whose son was Sanvaran, and Sanvaran's son was Kuru who established Dharmkshetra Kurukshetra.
Kuru's sons were Sudhanu, Jahnu, and Pareekshit etc
had his son born in divided form, but later was joined so he was called Jaraasandh.
Jaraasandh's son was Sahadev
This was all about the kings of Magadh.
Created by Sushma Gupta on 3/15/05
Updated on 05/15/13