- yasyām utpādayām āsa
- viśravā dhanadaṁ sutam
- prādāya vidyāṁ paramām
- ṛṣir yogeśvaraḥ pituḥ
yasyām—in whom (Ilavilā); utpādayām āsa—gave birth; viśravāḥ—Viśravā; dhana-dam—Kuvera, or one who gives money; sutam—to a son; prādāya—after receiving; vidyām—absolute knowledge; paramām—supreme; ṛṣiḥ—the great saintly person; yoga-īśvaraḥ—master of mystic yoga; pituḥ—from his father.
After the great saint Viśravā, the master of mystic yoga, received absolute knowledge from his father, he begot in the womb of Ilavilā the greatly celebrated son known as Kuvera, the giver of money.