According to Brahmāṇḍapurāṇa (Brahmandapurana), Yogotpatti was the Mānasakanyā (Manasakanya; a daughter born out of imagination or mental conception) of the Sādhya (Sadhya) Pitṛgaṇa (Pitrigana; a sect of forefathers). This Yogotpatti later came to be known as Ekaśṛṅgā(Ekasringa). Sanatkumāra (Sanatkumara), son of Brahmā(Brahma) got Ekaśṛṅgā (Ekasringa) married to Śukrācārya (Sukracharya). Ekaśṛṅgā gave birth to a number of children and enhanced the glory of Bhṛguvaṁśa (Bhriguvamsa; the genealogical or disciple-wise line of of Bhrigu).
According to Vāyupurāṇa (Vayupurana), ‘Go’, not Yogotpatti, is the name of the Mānasakanyā of that Pitṛgaṇa (Pitrigana). In Matsyapurāṇa, too, this daughter is mentioned. In Vāyupurāṇa it is said that this wife of Śukrācārya gave birth to thirty one children. It was through thee children that she extended the glory of Bhṛguvaṁśa.