- jyeṣṭhā śreṣṭhā ca yā rājño
- mahiṣīṇāṁ ca bhārata
- nāmnā kṛtadyutis tasyai
- yajñocchiṣṭam adād dvijaḥ
jyeṣṭhā—the senior; śreṣṭhā—the most perfect; ca—and; yā—she who; rājñaḥ—of the King; mahiṣīṇām—among all the queens; ca—also; bhārata—O Mahārāja Parīkṣit, the best of the Bhāratas; nāmnā—by name; kṛtadyutiḥ—Kṛtadyuti; tasyai—unto her; yajña—of the sacrifice; ucchiṣṭam—the remnants of food; adāt—delivered; dvijaḥ—the great sage (Aṅgirā).
O Parīkṣit Mahārāja, best of the Bhāratas, the remnants of the food offered in the yajña were given by the great sage Aṅgirā to the first and most perfect among Citraketu's millions of queens, whose name was Kṛtadyuti.