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14. The four sons of the preceptor of the Surapati were like oceans, the ornament of the earth and the abode of all wealth and fame. The eldest of them was Aparaditya and from him was Dharmaditya, a great misfortune to the desires of his foes. 

15. His (son) was called Someshvaradeva, who well followed the path of religion and was untouched by sins. His younger brother was called Bhaskara, whose beauty humbled the pride of Kamadeva.

16. The Lords of Shri Kashi, the King of Malavadesha, Shri Siddharaja and other kings worshipped him with faith, believing him to be the champion of religion on earth. Shri Bhava Brihaspati, who was on this altar like earth as bright and beautiful as fire, became with his four Veda-like sons a fit object of venerations as Brahma.




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