SB 9.13.20-21

kṛtadhvajāt keśidhvajaḥ
 khāṇḍikyas tu mitadhvajāt
kṛtadhvaja-suto rājann
 ātma-vidyā-viśāradaḥ
khāṇḍikyaḥ karma-tattva-jño
 bhītaḥ keśidhvajād drutaḥ
bhānumāṁs tasya putro ’bhūc
 chatadyumnas tu tat-sutaḥ
Synonyms: 
kṛtadhvajāt — from Kṛtadhvaja; keśidhvajaḥ — a son named Keśidhvaja; khāṇḍikyaḥ tu — also a son named Khāṇḍikya; mitadhvajāt — from Mitadhvaja; kṛtadhvaja-sutaḥ — the son of Kṛtadhvaja; rājan — O King; ātma-vidyā-viśāradaḥ — expert in transcendental science; khāṇḍikyaḥ — King Khāṇḍikya; karma-tattva-jñaḥ — expert in Vedic ritualistic ceremonies; bhītaḥ — fearing; keśidhvajāt — because of Keśidhvaja; drutaḥ — he fled; bhānumān — Bhānumān; tasya — of Keśidhvaja; putraḥ — son; abhūt — there was; śatadyumnaḥ — Śatadyumna; tu — but; tat-sutaḥ — the son of Bhānumān.
Translation: 
O Mahārāja Parīkṣit, the son of Kṛtadhvaja was Keśidhvaja, and the son of Mitadhvaja was Khāṇḍikya. The son of Kṛtadhvaja was expert in spiritual knowledge, and the son of Mitadhvaja was expert in Vedic ritualistic ceremonies. Khāṇḍikya fled in fear of Keśidhvaja. The son of Keśidhvaja was Bhānumān, and the son of Bhānumān was Śatadyumna.