|Canto 8: Withdrawal of the Cosmic Creations||Chapter 13: Description of Future Manus|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 8.13.9
tṛtīyāḿ vaḍavām eke
tāsāḿ saḿjñā-sutās trayaḥ
yamo yamī śrāddhadevaś
chāyāyāś ca sutāñ chṛṇu
tṛtīyām — the third wife; vaḍavām — Vaḍavā; eke — some people; tāsām — of all three wives; saḿjñā-sutāḥ trayaḥ — three issues of Saḿjñā; yamaḥ — one son named Yama; yamī — Yamī, a daughter; śrāddhadevaḥ — Śrāddhadeva, another son; chāyāyāḥ — of Chāyā; ca — and; sutān — the sons; śṛṇu — just hear about.
It is said that the sun-god had a third wife, named Vaḍavā. Of the three wives, the wife named Saḿjñā had three children — Yama, Yamī and Śrāddhadeva. Now let me describe the children of Chāyā.
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