- śiro 'harad yasya hariś
- cakreṇa pibato 'mṛtam
- saṁhrādasya kṛtir bhāryā-
- sūta pañcajanaṁ tataḥ
śiraḥ—the head; aharat—cut off; yasya—of whom; hariḥ—Hari; cakreṇa—with the disc; pibataḥ—drinking; amṛtam—nectar; saṁhrādasya—of Saṁhlāda; kṛtiḥ—Kṛti; bhāryā—the wife; asūta—gave birth to; pañcajanam—Pañcajana; tataḥ—from him.
While Rāhu, in disguise, was drinking nectar among the demigods, the Supreme Personality of Godhead severed his head. The wife of Saṁhlāda was named Kṛti. By union with Saṁhlāda, Kṛti gave birth to a son named Pañcajana.