The girl was named Matsyagandha which means "the one who smells of fish"; due to her upbringing, she retained this characteristic for a time. She was Satyavati, who later married Shantanu and who was the mother of Sage Veda Vyasa, and thus the great-grandmother of the Pandavas and Kauravas. The boy was named Matsya because he was born out of a fish; he founded the Matsya Kingdom. His descendant was Virata who founded the kingdom's capital Viratanagara. Vasu and Girika had five sons: Brihadratha (Maharatha), father of Jarasandha, the prince of Magadha Kingdom; Pratyagraha, the prince of the Chedi Kingdom, whose descendant was Shishupala; Kusamva (Manivahana); Mavella; and Yadu.
In his family was born Dushyanta; his son was Bharata and his son was Chola after whose name the Solar race on this earth became known as Chola (v. 29) and who ruled the Chola country which was abundantly rich (v. 30). Cholavarman’s son wa
After subduing the south Karikala went on an expedition to the north and engraved his tiger emblem in the Himalayas. The king of the great Vajra whose sway extended as far as the roaring sea (in the east), gave him a pearl canopy as a tribute while the king of Magadha famous for his sword-play