- tataḥ śāntarajo jajñe
- kṛta-kṛtyaḥ sa ātmavān
- rajeḥ pañca-śatāny āsan
- putrāṇām amitaujasām
tataḥ—from Citrakṛt; śāntarajaḥ—a son named Śāntaraja; jajñe—was born; kṛta-kṛtyaḥ—performed all kinds of ritualistic ceremonies; saḥ—he; ātmavān—a self-realized soul; rajeḥ—of Rajī; pañca-śatāni—five hundred; āsan—there were; putrāṇām—sons; amita-ojasām—very, very powerful.
From Citrakṛt was born a son named Śāntaraja, a self-realized soul who performed all kinds of Vedic ritualistic ceremonies and therefore did not beget any progeny. The sons of Rajī were five hundred, all very powerful.