दुरितक्षयो महावीर्यात् तस्य त्रय्यारुणि: कवि: ॥ १९ ॥
पुष्करारुणिरित्यत्र ये ब्राह्मणगतिं गता: ।
बृहत्क्षत्रस्य पुत्रोऽभूद्धस्ती यद्धस्तिनापुरम् ॥ २० ॥
kṣatrād brahma hy avartata
tasya trayyāruṇiḥ kaviḥ
ye brāhmaṇa-gatiṁ gatāḥ
bṛhatkṣatrasya putro ’bhūd
gargāt — from Garga (another grandson of Bharadvāja); śiniḥ — a son named Śini; tataḥ — from him (Śini); gārgyaḥ — a son named Gārgya; kṣatrāt — although he was a kṣatriya; brahma — the brāhmaṇas; hi — indeed; avartata — became possible; duritakṣayaḥ — a son named Duritakṣaya; mahāvīryāt — from Mahāvīrya (another grandson of Bharadvāja); tasya — his; trayyāruṇiḥ — the son named Trayyāruṇi; kaviḥ — a son named Kavi; puṣkarāruṇiḥ — a son named Puṣkarāruṇi; iti — thus; atra — therein; ye — all of them; brāhmaṇa-gatim — the position of brāhmaṇas; gatāḥ — achieved; bṛhatkṣatrasya — of the grandson of Bharadvāja named Bṛhatkṣatra; putraḥ — the son; abhūt — became; hastī — Hastī; yat — from whom; hastināpuram — the city of Hastināpura (New Delhi) was established.
From Garga came a son named Śini, and his son was Gārgya. Although Gārgya was a kṣatriya, there came from him a generation of brahmaṇas. From Mahāvīrya came a son named Duritakṣaya, whose sons were Trayyāruṇi, Kavi and Puṣkarāruṇi. Although these sons of Duritakṣaya took birth in a dynasty of kṣatriyas, they too attained the position of brāhmaṇas. Bṛhatkṣatra had a son named Hastī, who established the city of Hastināpura [now New Delhi].