||SECTION LXXV Sambhava Parva continued Vaisampayana said, Hear now, as I recite the recorded genealogy, that is sacred and subservient to religion, profit and pleasure, of these royal sages, Daksha, the lord of creation, Manu, the son of Surya, Bharata, Ruru, Puru, and Ajamidha.
||And the lord of the earth, Suhotra, begat, upon his wife Aikshaki three sons, viz, Ajamidha, Sumidha, and Purumidha.
||The eldest of them, Ajamidha, was the perpetuator of the royal line.
||And by her was born a son named Ajamidha.
||And Ajamidha had four wives named Raikeyi, Gandhari, Visala and Riksha.
||O Kunti's son, O scion of the Ajamidha race, living happily and cheerfully at this place together with thy brothers and the Brahmanas, thou wilt perform with me other acts of merit, being intent upon good deeds
||O scion of the Ajamidha race, by performing thy ablutions here in this river, thou wilt be freed from all thy sins.
||O Goddess of high fortune, in these mountainous regions, protect the king, worshipped by all of the Ajamidha race.
||And maces twined with strings, and bright Parighas, and cars and shafts and darts, as they coursed along, repeatedly created, O Ajamidha, by their reflection myriads of lamps.
|Reference:- Mahabharata of Krishna Dwaipayana Vyasa, translated to English by Kisari Mohan Ganguli; Source of Plain Text: www.sacred-texts.com; Wikified at AncientVoice.