पुरुषा: पञ्चषष्टिश्च षट् सहस्राणि चाष्ट च ॥ १० ॥
येऽमृतत्त्वमनुप्राप्ता बभ्रोर्देवावृधादपि ।
महाभोजोऽतिधर्मात्मा भोजा आसंस्तदन्वये ॥ ११ ॥
devair devāvṛdhaḥ samaḥ
puruṣāḥ pañca-ṣaṣṭiś ca
ṣaṭ-sahasrāṇi cāṣṭa ca
babhror devāvṛdhād api
bhojā āsaṁs tad-anvaye
babhruḥ — King Babhru; śreṣṭhaḥ — the best of all kings; manuṣyāṇām — of all human beings; devaiḥ — with the demigods; devāvṛdhaḥ — King Devāvṛdha; samaḥ — equally situated; puruṣāḥ — persons; pañca-ṣaṣṭiḥ — sixty-five; ca — also; ṣaṭ-sahasrāṇi — six thousand; ca — also; aṣṭa — eight thousand; ca — also; ye — all of them who; amṛtatvam — liberation from material bondage; anuprāptāḥ — achieved; babhroḥ — because of association with Babhru; devāvṛdhāt — and because of association with Devāvṛdha; api — indeed; mahābhojaḥ — King Mahābhoja; ati-dharma-ātmā — exceedingly religious; bhojāḥ — the kings known as Bhoja; āsan — existed; tat-anvaye — in the dynasty of him (Mahābhoja).
“It has been decided that among human beings Babhru is the best and that Devāvṛdha is equal to the demigods. Because of the association of Babhru and Devāvṛdha, all of their descendants, numbering 14,065, achieved liberation.” In the dynasty of King Mahābhoja, who was exceedingly religious, there appeared the Bhoja kings.