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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 6.6.8
marutvāḿś ca jayantaś ca
upendra iti yaḿ viduḥ
marutvān — Marutvān; ca — also; jayantaḥ — Jayanta; ca — and; marutvatyāḥ — from Marutvatī; babhūvatuḥ — took birth; jayantaḥ — Jayanta; vāsudeva-aḿśaḥ — an expansion of Vāsudeva; upendraḥ — Upendra; iti — thus; yam — whom; viduḥ — they know.
The two sons who took birth from the womb of Marutvatī were Marutvān and Jayanta. Jayanta, who is an expansion of Lord Vāsudeva, is known as Upendra.
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