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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 6.18.12-13
kayādhur nāma dānavī
jambhasya tanayā sā tu
suṣuve caturaḥ sutān
saḿhrādaḿ prāg anuhrādaḿ
hrādaḿ prahrādam eva ca
tat-svasā siḿhikā nāma
rāhuḿ vipracito 'grahīt
hiraṇyakaśipoḥ — of Hiraṇyakaśipu; bhāryā — the wife; kayādhuḥ — Kayādhu; nāma — named; dānavī — descendant of Danu; jambhasya — of Jambha; tanayā — daughter; sā — she; tu — indeed; suṣuve — gave birth to; caturaḥ — four; sutān — sons; saḿhrādam — Saḿhlāda; prāk — first; anuhrādam — Anuhlāda; hrādam — Hlāda; prahrādam — Prahlāda; eva — also; ca — and; tat-svasā — his sister; siḿhikā — Siḿhikā; nāma — named; rāhum — Rāhu; vipracitaḥ — from Vipracit; agrahīt — received.
The wife of Hiraṇyakaśipu was known as Kayādhu. She was the daughter of Jambha and a descendant of Danu. She gave birth to four consecutive sons, known as Saḿhlāda, Anuhlāda, Hlāda and Prahlāda. The sister of these four sons was known as Siḿhikā. She married the demon named Vipracit and gave birth to another demon, named Rāhu.
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