Arghya

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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.1.2.302 After Digvijaya come Raja-suyaka, Arghyaviharana the robbing of the Arghya and Sisupala-badha the killing of Sisupala.
Mbh.1.60.2889 And the king then offered him, his grandfather Krishna, who fully deserved them, water to wash his feet and mouth, and the Arghya, and kine.
Mbh.1.71.3725 And, showing him due respect by the offer of a seat, water to wash his feet, and Arghya, she enquired about the monarch's health and peace.
Mbh.1.94.5189 And after they had lived there a thousand years, one day the illustrious Rishi Vasishtha approached the exiled Bharatas, who, on going out, saluted the Rishi and worshipped him by the offer of Arghya.
Mbh.1.126.6771 Then Bhishma, setting that vast concourse perfectly still, duly worshipped, O king, those ascetics by offering them water to wash their feet with and the customary Arghya.
Mbh.1.173.8856 At that time, O son of Kunti, Riksha's son, that bull amongst the Kurus, the mighty king Samvarana, was duly worshipping Surya with offerings of Arghya and flower-garlands and scents, and with vows and fasts and ascetic penances of various kinds.
Mbh.1.176.9003 And O Bharata, the Rishi saluted the monarch by offering him water to wash his face and feet with, and Arghya, and wild fruits, and clarified butter.
Mbh.1.186.9411 And it lasted, O king, several days, till on the sixteenth day when it was at its full, the daughter of Drupada, O thou bull of the Bharata race, having washed herself clean entered the amphitheatre, richly attired and adorned with every ornament and bearing in her hand a dish of gold whereon were the usual offerings of Arghya and a garland of flowers.
Mbh.1.194.9676 Beholding him sitting thus, the king Yudhishthira commanded Bhima who sat near, saying, Let water to wash his feet with and the Arghya be offered unto this Brahmana.
Mbh.1.209.10299 And after the celestial Rishi had been seated, the wise Yudhishthira duly offered him the Arghya with his own hands.
Mbh.2.5.137 The king also gave him kine and the usual offerings of the Arghya including honey and the other ingredients.
Mbh.2.19.830 And, O Bharata, worshipping the Rishi with water to wash his feet and face, and with the offerings of Arghya the king then offered his whole kingdom along with his son for the acceptance of the Rishi.
Mbh.2.21.934 And Jarasandha rising up in haste received them with water to wash their feet with, and honey and the other ingredients of the Arghya, with gifts of kine, and with other forms of respect.
Mbh.2.35.1480 Then Bhishma, O king, addressing king Yudhisthira the just, said, O Bharata, let Arghya an article of respect be offered unto the kings as each of them deserveth.
Mbh.2.35.1481 Listen, O Yudhishthira, the preceptor, the sacrificial priest, the relative, the Snataka, the friend, and the king, it hath been said are the six that deserve Arghya.
Mbh.2.35.1482 The wise have said that when any of these dwell with one for full one year he deserveth to be worshipped with Arghya.
Mbh.2.35.1485 And let an Arghya be presented first of all unto him among those present who is the foremost.
Mbh.2.35.1486 Hearing these words of Bhishma, Yudhishthira said, O Grandsire, O thou of the Kuru race, whom thou deemest the foremost amongst these and unto whom the Arghya should be presented by us, O tell me'
Mbh.2.35.1490 Thus commanded by Bhishma, Sahadeva endued with great prowess duly presented the first Arghya of excellent ingredients unto Krishna of the Vrishni race.
Mbh.2.36.1522 O king, from what else, save motives of insult, could it have been that thou hast worshipped Krishna, who possesseth not the insignia of royalty, with the Arghya in the midst of the assembled monarchs?
Mbh.2.36.1525 Righteousness hath today been abandoned by Yudhishthira and meanness only hath been displayed by him in consequence of his having offered the Arghya to Krishna.
Mbh.2.37.1561 Therefore, ye kings; it behoveth ye to approve of the worship that hath been offered unto Krishna who is of great accomplishments, who as the preceptor, the father, the guru, is worthy of the Arghya and deserving of everybody's worship.
Mbh.2.38.1577 And let those kings that possess intelligence approve the worship of Krishna who is the preceptor, the father, the guru, and deserveth the Arghya and the worship already offered unto him'
Mbh.3.10.476 And the king with his son respectfully received that way-worn chief of Munis, with offerings of the Arghya and other rites.
Mbh.3.44.2322 SECTION XLIV Vaisampayana said, The gods and the Gandharvas then, understanding the wishes of India, procured an excellent Arghya and reverenced the son of Pritha in a hurry.
Mbh.3.81.3953 And purifying himself and with rapt attention, he approached that best of Brahmarshis, with the Arghya on his head.
Mbh.3.98.5129 And the king duly offering the Arghya in the first instance, submissively and with joined hands enquired then after the reason of the Rishi's arrival.
Mbh.3.182.9059 Him also, then, of great soul, all those foremost men of superior intellect, honoured in the prescribed form, by offering water to wash his feet, and the well-known oblation called the Arghya.
Mbh.3.192.9826 And the chief of the gods beheld Vaka in that asylum, and Vaka also, beholding the ruler of the Immortals, became highly glad, and he worshipped Indra by presenting him with water to wash his feet, a carpet to sit upon, the usual offering of the Arghya, and fruit and roots.
Mbh.3.293.14315 Thereupon, offering him the Arghya, a seat, and a cow, the monarch asked his royal guest, Wherefore is this visit,
Mbh.5.17.758 Accept from me water for washing thy feet and face, as also the Arghya and the cow'
Mbh.5.35.1699 And beholding the Brahmana arrived, Kesini, O bull of the Bharata race, rising up from hers, offered him a seat, water to wash his feet, and Arghya.
Mbh.5.114.5199 The king received them hospitably and gave them excellent Arghya and water to wash their feet.
Mbh.5.123.5444 And deities worshipped him with an excellent Arghya and delighted him with other honours.
Mbh.7.11.411 The mighty Krishna also slew the valiant king of Chedis, that leader of kings, as if he were some animal, on the occasion of the latter's disputing about the Arghya.
Mbh.7.80.3571 Then that tiger among men, having ordered his servants, Let an excellent seat and an Arghya be kept ready for him' caused him of Vrishni's race to be introduced and seated on a costly seat.
Mbh.12.121.6861 Vasuhoma offered unto his guest water to wash his feet, and the Arghya consisting of the usual articles, and enquired of him about the well-being or otherwise of his kingdom consisting of seven limbs.
Mbh.12.126.7222 The great Rishi, in return, offered the king according to the rites observed by the dwellers of the forests water to wash his feet and the usual ingredients that make up the Arghya.
Mbh.12.198.11860 Bhishma continued, In that meeting, the Brahmana gave them water to wash their feet, and the usual articles of the Arghya.
Mbh.12.198.11865 The Brahmana gave the king a seat, as also water to wash his feet, and the usual Arghya.
Mbh.12.265.16163 He was received by me with proper words, and honoured with a proper welcome, and presented in due form with water to wash his feet and the usual offerings of the Arghya.
Mbh.12.318.19802 Thought of by me, the auspicious Saraswati appeared instantly before my eyes, adorned with all the vowels and the consonants and having placed the syllable Om in the van, I then, according to the ordinance, offered unto the goddess the usual Arghya, and dedicated another to Surya, that foremost of all heat-giving deities.
Mbh.12.326.20707 Bringing with him costly seats and diverse kinds of jewels and gems, and bearing the ingredients of the Arghya on his own head, the monarch approached the son of his reverend preceptor.
Mbh.12.326.20710 At first offering him water to wash his feet, he then presented him the Arghya and kine.
Mbh.12.329.20951 Beholding the celestial Rishi Narada arrived at his retreat, Suka worshipped him by offering him the Arghya according to the rites laid down in the Vedas.
Mbh.12.343.22789 They then, with controlled hearts, worshipped Narada with water to wash his feet and the usual ingredients of the Arghya.
Mbh.13.14.1410 O Maheswara, I did not give thee the Arghya or water to wash thy feet
Mbh.13.14.1411 Having hymned the praises of Isana in this way, I offered him, with great devotion, water to wash his feet and the ingredients of the Arghya, and then, with joined hands, I resigned myself to him, being prepared to do whatever he would bid.
Mbh.13.19.2969 He offered him his own seat as also water to wash his feet and the Arghya made of the usual ingredients.
Mbh.13.71.6597 As soon as Yama beheld me approaching with face towards him, he commanded his attendants saying, Give him a good seat, verily, the king of the dead, for thy sake worshipped we with the Arghya and the other ingredients'
Mbh.13.98.8790 The chief of the Asuras, that giver of sacrificial presents in abundance, having worshipped the descendant of Bhrigu with the Arghya and offering him a seat, sat down after his guest had seated himself.
Mbh.13.126.11000 In presenting the offerings to the deities, in giving and accepting alms, in presenting the ingredients of the Arghya and in offering oblations of water mixed with sesame seeds to the Pitris, a vessel of copper should be used.
Mbh.13.141.11706 That man who offers water to his guests for washing their feet and hands, who presents the Arghya for honouring the recipient, who duly gives seats, and beds, and lamps for lighting the darkness, and shelter to those that come to his abode, is regarded as highly righteous.
Mbh.13.145.12087 Indeed, they do not honour, agreeably to the ordinance, with gifts of the Arghya, such persons as deserve to be honoured therewith.
Mbh.14.58.2701 Having gratified that Brahmana and offered him water to wash his feet and the ingredients of the Arghya for honouring him, the Nagas gave him those celestial and highly-adored ear-rings.
Mbh.14.84.3759 Then the mother of the ruler of the Gandharas, filled with fear, and with all the aged ministers of state, came out of her city, bearing an excellent Arghya for Arjuna.
Mbh.14.86.3850 O giver of honours, the king should further be informed at my request that he should do what is necessary for preventing a carnage similar to what took place at the time of presenting the Arghya on the occasion of the Rajasuya-sacrifice.
Mbh.14.90.4082 Addressing him they said, This is the Arghya for thee.
Mbh.16.4.167 Advancing forward and offering him the Arghya and water to wash his feet, and with diverse other rites, they all worshipped the mighty Naga and saluted him by making the usual enquiries.
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