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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 6.6.21-22
tārkṣyasya vinatā kadrūḥ
patańgī yāminīti ca
patańgy asūta patagān
yāminī śalabhān atha
sūrya-sūtam anūruḿ ca
kadrūr nāgān anekaśaḥ
tārkṣyasya — of Kaśyapa, whose other name is Tārkṣya; vinatā — Vinatā; kadrūḥ — Kadrū; patańgī — Patańgī; yāminī — Yāminī; iti — thus; ca — and; patańgī — Patańgī; asūta — gave birth; patagān — to birds of different varieties; yāminī — Yāminī; śalabhān — (gave birth to) locusts; atha — thereafter; suparṇā — the wife named Vinatā; asūta — gave birth; garuḍam — to the celebrated bird known as Garuḍa; sākṣāt — directly; yajñeśa-vāhanam — the carrier of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Viṣṇu; sūrya-sūtam — the chariot driver of the sun-god; anūrum — Anūru; ca — and; kadrūḥ — Kadrū; nāgān — serpents; anekaśaḥ — in varieties.
Kaśyapa, who is also named Tārkṣya, had four wives — Vinatā [Suparṇā], Kadrū, Patańgī and Yāminī. Patańgī gave birth to many kinds of birds, and Yāminī gave birth to locusts. Vinatā [Suparṇā] gave birth to Garuḍa, the carrier of Lord Viṣṇu, and to Anūru, or Aruṇa, the chariot driver of the sun-god. Kadrū gave birth to different varieties of serpents.
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