शरद्वांस्तत्सुतो यस्मादुर्वशीदर्शनात् किल ।
शरस्तम्बेऽपतद् रेतो मिथुनं तदभूच्छुभम् ॥ ३५ ॥
śaradvāṁs tat-suto yasmād
śara-stambe ’patad reto
mithunaṁ tad abhūc chubham
tasya — of him (Śatānanda); satyadhṛtiḥ — Satyadhṛti; putraḥ — a son; dhanuḥ-veda-viśāradaḥ — very expert in the art of archery; śaradvān — Śaradvān; tat-sutaḥ — the son of Satyadhṛti; yasmāt — from whom; urvaśī-darśanāt — simply by seeing the celestial Urvaśī; kila — indeed; śara-stambe — on a clump of śara grass; apatat — fell; retaḥ — semen; mithunam — a male and female; tat abhūt — there were born; śubham — all-auspicious.
The son of Śatānanda was Satyadhṛti, who was expert in archery, and the son of Satyadhṛti was Śaradvān. When Śaradvān met Urvaśī, he discharged semen, which fell on a clump of śara grass. From this semen were born two all-auspicious babies, one male and the other female.