ये मात्रा बहिरुत्सृष्टे जरया चाभिसन्धिते ।
जीव जीवेति क्रीडन्त्या जरासन्धोऽभवत् सुत: ॥ ८ ॥
śakale dve bṛhadrathāt
ye mātrā bahir utsṛṣṭe
jīva jīveti krīḍantyā
jarāsandho ’bhavat sutaḥ
anyasyām — in another; api — also; bhāryāyām — wife; śakale — parts; dve — two; bṛhadrathāt — from Bṛhadratha; ye — which two parts; mātrā — by the mother; bahiḥ utsṛṣṭe — because of rejection; jarayā — by the demoness named Jarā; ca — and; abhisandhite — when they were joined together; jīva jīva iti — O living entity, be alive; krīḍantyā — playing like that; jarāsandhaḥ — Jarāsandha; abhavat — was generated; sutaḥ — a son.
Through the womb of another wife, Bṛhadratha begot two halves of a son. When the mother saw those two halves she rejected them, but later a she-demon named Jarā playfully joined them and said, “Come to life, come to life!” Thus the son named Jarāsandha was born.