तुर्वसोश्च सुतो वह्निर्वह्नेर्भर्गोऽथ भानुमान् ॥ १६ ॥
udīcīṁ diśam āśritāḥ
turvasoś ca suto vahnir
vahner bhargo ’tha bhānumān
mleccha — of the lands known as Mlecchadeśa (where Vedic civilization was not present); adhipatayaḥ — the kings; abhūvan — became; udīcīm — on the northern side of India; diśam — the direction; āśritāḥ — accepting as the jurisdiction; turvasoḥ ca — of Turvasu, the second son of Mahārāja Yayāti; sutaḥ — the son; vahniḥ — Vahni; vahneḥ — of Vahni; bhargaḥ — the son named Bharga; atha — thereafter, his son; bhānumān — Bhānumān.
The Pracetās [the sons of Pracetā] occupied the northern side of India, which was devoid of Vedic civilization, and became kings there. Yayāti’s second son was Turvasu. The son of Turvasu was Vahni; the son of Vahni, Bharga; the son of Bharga, Bhānumān.