|Canto 9: Liberation||Chapter 22: The Descendants of Ajamīḍha|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 9.22.2
tasya putra-śataḿ teṣāḿ
yavīyān pṛṣataḥ sutaḥ
sa tasmād drupado jajñe
tasya — of him (Somaka); putra-śatam — one hundred sons; teṣām — of all of them; yavīyān — the youngest; pṛṣataḥ — Pṛṣata; sutaḥ — the son; saḥ — he; tasmāt — from him (Pṛṣata); drupadaḥ — Drupada; jajñe — was born; sarva-sampat — with all opulences; samanvitaḥ — decorated.
Somaka had one hundred sons, of whom the youngest was Pṛṣata. From Pṛṣata was born King Drupada, who was opulent in all supremacy.
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