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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 9.6.30
tataḥ kāla upāvṛtte
kukṣiḿ nirbhidya dakṣiṇam
cakravartī jajāna ha
tataḥ — thereafter; kāle — time; upāvṛtte — being mature; kukṣim — the lower part of the abdomen; nirbhidya — piercing; dakṣiṇam — the right side; yuvanāśvasya — of King Yuvanāśva; tanayaḥ — a son; cakravartī — with all the good symptoms of a king; jajāna — generated; ha — in the past.
Thereafter, in due course of time, a son with all the good symptoms of a powerful king came forth from the lower right side of King Yuvanāśva's abdomen.
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