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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.1.1.165 When I heard that upon Bhishma's lying on the ground with thirst for water, Arjuna, being requested, had pierced the ground and allayed his thirst, then, O Sanjaya, I had no hope of success.
Mbh.1.105.5933 Therefore, from affection for thy brother Vichitravirya, for the perpetuation of our dynasty, for the sake of this Bhishma's request and my command, for kindness to all creatures, for the protection of the people and from the liberality of thy heart, O sinless one, it behoveth thee to do what I say.
Mbh.1.110.6100 And Gandhari was received with great respect and the nuptials were celebrated with great pomp under Bhishma's directions.
Mbh.1.110.6101 And the heroic Sakuni, after having bestowed his sister along with many valuable robes, and having received Bhishma's adorations, returned to his own city.
Mbh.2.41.1676 And Bhima, that chastiser of foes, could not disobey Bhishma's words, like the ocean that never transgresseth even when swollen with the waters of the rainy season its continents.
Mbh.4.61.2382 Take me without delay to the van of Bhishma's division.
Mbh.4.63.2451 And then the son of Pandu, with a mighty javelin of sharp-edge cut of Bhishma's umbrella which instantly fell on the ground.
Mbh.4.63.2452 And then the light-handed son of Kunti struck his adversary's flag-staff also with many shafts, and then his steeds and then the couple of drivers that protected Bhishma's flanks.
Mbh.4.63.2486 And the heroic warriors that protected Bhishma's car, slain by the son of Pandu, fell prostrate, O monarch, beside the car of Kunti's son.
Mbh.4.65.2548 And Partha, too, having slain Bhishma's steeds, pierced him with ten shafts.
Mbh.5.50.2870 She whom a Yaksha for Bhishma's destruction metamorphosed into a male, with that formidable bowman will the Pandavas fight against you.
Mbh.5.51.2920 That the Kauravas in consequence of Bhishma's prowess, and the Andhakas and the Vrishnis in consequence of their policy, could not be subjugated by him was due only to their good fortune.
Mbh.5.151.6773 It is this Dhrishtadyumna, I think, that will be able to bear Bhishma's arrows which strike with the vehemence of the thunderbolt and look like snakes with blazing mouths, which resemble the messengers of Yama in speed, and fall like flames of fire consuming everything they touch, and which were borne before by Rama alone in battle.
Mbh.5.176.7840 Therefore, O blessed one, go back thither unto Bhishma's presence.
Mbh.5.176.7864 I am in terror of Bhishma, O thou of fair hips, thou art Bhishma's capture!
Mbh.5.177.7875 Why did I not leap down before from Bhishma's car, when that fierce battle took place, for coming to Salwa?
Mbh.5.181.8186 Just at this time, the mighty ascetic Rama, that foremost one of Bhrigu's race, appeared in Bhishma's sight.
Mbh.5.190.8546 Upon this, that faultless maiden of the fairest complexion, the eldest daughter of the king of Kasi, procuring wood from that forest in the very sight of those great Rishis, made a large funeral pyre on the banks of the Yamuna, and having set fire to it herself, entered that blazing fire, O great king, with a heart burning with wrath, and uttering, O king, the words, I do so for Bhishma's destruction
Mbh.6.14.759 Like a person desirous of crossing the sea when he beholds the boat sunk in fathomless waters, alas, my sons, I ween, are bitterly weeping from grief on Bhishma's death.
Mbh.6.20.961 In Bhishma's division were all the sons of Dhritarashtra, and also Sala who was a countryman of the Valhikas, and also all those Kshatriyas called Amvastas, and those called Sindhus, and those also that are called Sauviras, and the heroic dwellers of the country of the five rivers.
Mbh.6.43.2014 It is plain that this king is coming in terror towards Bhishma's side.
Mbh.6.43.2015 Yudhishthira, with his brothers, hath become a seeker after Bhishma's shelter.
Mbh.6.43.2056 Sanjaya continued, Then, O son of Kuru's race, Yudhishthira, once more saluting him, accepted Bhishma's words with a bend of his head.
Mbh.6.47.2349 Then Abhimanyu in great wrath, stationed on his car unto which were yoked excellent steeds of a tawny hue, rushed towards Bhishma's car.
Mbh.6.47.2368 But he cut off in that combat the arrows shot from Bhishma's bow.
Mbh.6.48.2419 And those mighty car-warriors rushed towards Bhishma's car decked with gold desirous of slaying that foremost of warriors.
Mbh.6.48.2476 Then smiling and licking with his tongue the corners of his mouth, Sweta in that combat cut off Bhishma's bow into ten fragments with ten arrows.
Mbh.6.48.2487 And checking them all like a lion and a multitude of elephants, Sweta then cut off Bhishma's bow with thick shower of arrows.
Mbh.6.48.2497 And smitten in that combat with arrows shot from Bhishma's bow, Sweta, leaving his bow on his abandoned car took up a dart decked with gold and taking up that terrible and fierce dart which resembled the fatal rod of Death and was capable of slaying Death's self.
Mbh.6.48.2504 Deprived of his senses by anger, O king, the son of Virata, then, smiling, joyfully took up a mace for Bhishma's slaughter, with eyes red in wrath, and resembling a second Yama armed with mace, he rushed against Bhishma like a swollen torrent against the rocks.
Mbh.6.48.2506 Sweta then, O king, whirling in wrath that heavy mace, hurled it on Bhishma's car like the god Maheswara
Mbh.6.48.2507 And in consequence of that mace intended for Bhishma's destruction, that car was reduced to ashes, with standard, and charioteer, and steeds and shaft.
Mbh.6.48.2518 And when all the high-souled warriors of the Pandava side were thus held in check, Sweta, taking up a sword cut off Bhishma's bow.
Mbh.6.49.2584 And then there fell from Bhishma's car innumerable arrows by which were covered the entire welkin and the earth.
Mbh.6.50.2598 Filled with great grief thinking of his defeat, and beholding Bhishma's prowess, O king, he addressed that scion of Vrishni's race, saying, Behold, O Krishna, that mighty bowman Bhishma of terrible prowess.
Mbh.6.52.2722 And the successive flights of arrows shot from Bhishma's bow were seen to be dispersed by the shafts of Arjuna.
Mbh.6.52.2728 And the slayer of Madhu, struck with those shafts shot from Bhishma's bow, shone in that battle, O king, like a flowering Kinsuka.
Mbh.6.54.2912 Bhima, however, endued with great energy, staying on that car whose steeds had been slain, with great impetuosity hurled a dart at Bhishma's car.
Mbh.6.59.3143 Vasudeva, however, endued with great might fearlessly and summoning all his patience, began to guide those steeds mangled by Bhishma's shafts.
Mbh.6.59.3144 Then Partha, taking up his celestial bow whose twang resembled the roar of the clouds, caused Bhishma's bow to drop down, cutting it off with his keen shafts.
Mbh.6.71.3804 And thy warriors, then, O bull of Bharata's race, their animals tired, steeds slain, and hearts depressed, thoroughly confounded and huddling close to one another, sought Bhishma's protection along with all thy sons.
Mbh.6.86.4511 And having slain also the forces of those kings, Jishnu sped for Bhishma's slaughter.
Mbh.6.87.4567 Beholding those two brothers, O king, thus afflicted, with the arrows of Bhishma, Yudhishthira began to reflect earnestly desirous, O monarch, of compassing Bhishma's destruction.
Mbh.6.89.4661 And we beheld, O king, huge elephants looking like hills, deprived of their riders, and paralysed with Bhishma's weapons, lying all around.
Mbh.6.89.4667 Then that foremost of car-warriors, viz, Bhima, slew Bhishma's charioteer.
Mbh.6.98.5240 And arrived at Bhishma's presence, that ruler of men saluted Bhishma and then sat himself down on an excellent seat that was made of gold, beautiful throughout and overlaid with a rich coverlet.
Mbh.6.104.5539 And he pierced Bhishma's charioteer also with three sharp shafts on the field of battle.
Mbh.6.107.5673 Indeed, shot from Bhishma's bow they did not strike the coats of mail only but pierced them through.
Mbh.6.107.5701 Vasudeva, however, without fear, mustering patience, and endued with great activity, urged those steeds mangled with Bhishma's shafts.
Mbh.6.107.5702 Then Partha, taking up his celestial bow of twang loud as the roar of the clouds, caused Bhishma's bow to drop from his hands, cutting it into fragments by means of his sharp shafts.
Mbh.6.108.5899 Arjuna said, Sikhandin, O Krishna, will certainly be the cause of Bhishma's death, for Bhishma, as soon as he beholds the prince of the Panchalas, abstains from striking.
Mbh.6.108.5905 Sanjaya continued, Having settled this with Bhishma's permission, the Pandavas, along with Madhava, went away with rejoicing hearts.
Mbh.6.109.5966 Hearing those words of his, the mighty car-warrior Arjuna, regarding Sikhandin to be Bhishma's Destroyer, urged him on, saying, I will fight behind thee, routing the foe with my shafts.
Mbh.6.110.5984 Indeed, when Sikhandin attacked Bhishma, was Bhishma's car or his bow broken
Mbh.6.111.6028 Similarly Vikarna, desirous of protecting Bhishma's life, resisted the brave Nakula who was scattering innumerable arrows around.
Mbh.6.111.6029 And so, O king, Kripa the son of Saradwat, excited with rage, resisted Sahadeva proceeding towards Bhishma's car.
Mbh.6.111.6030 And the mighty Durmukha rushed at that Rakshasa of cruel deeds, viz, the mighty son of Bhishmasena, desirous of Bhishma's slaughter.
Mbh.6.111.6032 Sudakshina the ruler of the Kamavojas, O king, resisted Abhimanyu, O monarch, who was proceeding towards Bhishma's car.
Mbh.6.111.6034 And Bharadwaja's son, exerting himself with vigour in battle, resisted the eldest Pandava, that is to say, king Yudhishthira the just, who was desirous of Bhishma's death.
Mbh.6.111.6047 battle against thy sons, those mighty car-warriors, stationed about Bhishma's car.
Mbh.6.112.6095 Sudakshina, however, desirous of Bhishma's life, pierced Abhimanyu in that battle with five arrows and his charioteer with nine.
Mbh.6.112.6109 Taking up then, in that battle, another bow capable of bearing a great strain Kripa, excited with rage and desirous of Bhishma's life, cheerfully struck Madri's son in that battle with ten shafts.
Mbh.6.112.6110 And so the son of Pandu, in return, desirous of Bhishma's death, excited with rage, struck the wrathful Kripa in the chest with many shafts.
Mbh.6.112.6118 That mighty car-warrior, viz, the son of Hridika resisted Dhrishtadyumna, that foremost of car-warriors, who was advancing to battle from desire of Bhishma's slaughter.
Mbh.6.112.6121 Encountering each other with great vigour, the battle that took place between them for Bhishma's sake was as fierce as that between Vritra and Vasava.
Mbh.6.112.6125 Bhima, longing for Bhishma's death, fought with the mighty son of Somadatta, and the latter, desirous of Bhishma's victory, fought with the former, each carefully seeking to counteract the other's feats.
Mbh.6.113.6167 Avoiding his path, go thou to battle for Bhishma's victory O thou of rigid vows
Mbh.6.114.6190 SECTION CXIV Sanjaya said, Hearing these words of the high-souled Drona, Bhagadatta and Kripa and Salya and Kritavarman, and Vinda and Anuvinda of Avanti, and Jayadratha the ruler of the Sindhus, and Chitrasena and Vikarna and Durmarshana and others, these ten warriors of thy army, supported by a large host consisting of many nationalities, fought with Bhimasena, desirous of winning high renown in the battle for Bhishma's sake.
Mbh.6.115.6282 The battle then that commenced there between the Kauravas and the sons of Pandu for the sake of Bhishma's victory or victory over Bhishma, was exceedingly terrible.
Mbh.6.116.6338 And the battle that took place there for Bhishma's sake, between the Kurus and the Pandavas, O tiger among men, was fierce in the extreme, like that between two hawks for a piece of flesh.
Mbh.6.117.6346 And the battle, O Bharata, that took place between those two heroes, viz, Subhadra's son, and that bull of Kuru's race, the former fighting for compassing Bhishma's death and the latter for Arjuna's defeat, was fierce and interesting to behold, and gratifying to the senses, and was applauded by all the kings.
Mbh.6.117.6371 In that battle for the destruction of Bhishma, Subhadra's son, enhancing his fame and honour, fought with prince Vrihadvala, putting forth his prowess for aiding his sire Partha and then proceeded towards Bhishma's front.
Mbh.6.117.6377 Verily, O scorcher of foes, the battle, for Bhishma's sake, that took place between them, both excited with rage and both conversant with every mode of fight, was like the encounter of Vali and Vasava in days of old on the occasion of the battle between the gods and the Asuras.
Mbh.6.117.6419 Indeed, shot from Bhishma's bow they never fell only touching the bodies of the foe but pierced them through in every case.
Mbh.6.117.6423 Beholding Bhishma's prowess, people regarded all those warriors who approached him as already despatched to the abode of the king of the Dead.
Mbh.6.118.6447 Though vanquished, thy son, however, relying upon the might of Bhishma's arms, repeatedly comforted his own side and battled with the Pandavas with great fierceness.
Mbh.6.120.6560 Those mighty shafts, whetted on stone and furnished with golden wings, which the great car-warrior Sikhandin shot, quickly penetrated into Bhishma's body.
Mbh.6.120.6571 And he struck Bhishma's charioteer with other shafts, and cut off the latter's standard with one shaft.
Mbh.6.120.6578 And with those five arrows, O chief of the Bharatas, the angry Arjuna cut off into five fragments that dart hurled from Bhishma's arms.
Mbh.6.120.6605 And striking Bhishma's chariot with ten arrows, Arjuna caused him to tremble.
Mbh.6.120.6635 Then thy sons also, O king, desirous of Bhishma's victory, surrounded him and uttered leonine shouts.
Mbh.6.120.6646 Throw down, Seize, Fight, Cut into pieces, this was the furious uproar, O king, heard in the vicinity of Bhishma's car.
Mbh.6.120.6647 Having slain in that battle, O monarch, his foes by hundreds and thousands, there was not in Bhishma's body space of even two fingers' breadth that was not pierced with arrows.
Mbh.6.121.6700 My heart assuredly, O Sanjaya, is made of adamant, since it breaketh not into a hundred fragments on hearing of Bhishma's death!
Mbh.6.121.6730 Then Dussasana of Kuru's race informed Drona of Bhishma's slaughter.
Mbh.6.122.6754 Then Phalguni, saying, So be it, desired to do Bhishma's bidding.
Mbh.6.122.6755 Taking up Gandiva and a number of straight shafts, and inspiring them with mantras, and obtaining the permission of that illustrious and mighty car-warrior of Bharata's race, Arjuna then, with three keen shafts endued with great force, supported Bhishma's head.
Mbh.6.124.6865 Hearing of Bhishma's slaughter that bull among men, viz, Radha's son Karna, partially inspired with fear quickly came there.
Mbh.7.1.10 With a heart rendered exceedingly cheerless in consequence of his having heard of Bhishma's fall, and desirous of the victory of his sons, he indulged in these lamentations in great distress'
Mbh.7.1.19 And having made arrangements for Bhishma's protection, they addressed one another in pleasant converse.
Mbh.7.2.102 If all-destroying Death himself with unremitting vigilance, were to protect Kiritin, still shall I slay him, encountering him in battle, or repair myself to Yama's abode by Bhishma's track.
Mbh.7.4.148 son Karna, reverentially saluting Bhishma's feet, bade him farewell and came to that spot where all the Kaurava bowmen were.
Mbh.7.7.222 Beholding Karna, none regarded the calamity caused by Bhishma's death.
Mbh.7.10.380 What heroes of my army surrounded Sikhandin, that tiger among men, who knows the merits and demerits in his own person of manhood and femininity, that son of Yajnasena, who is always cheerful in battle, that hero who became the cause of the high-souled Bhishma's death in battle, when he rushed towards Drona?
Mbh.7.111.5447 Then, O king, the son of Hridika, inflamed with rage in that battle, rushed impetuously at that mighty car-warrior, viz, the son of Yajnasena, that warrior, O monarch, who was the cause of the illustrious Bhishma's fall in battle.
Mbh.7.196.10903 Truly speaking, the uterine brother, viz, Sikhandin, that foremost of all sinners, was the cause of Bhishma's death.
Mbh.7.196.10906 As regards Arjuna, he had only, protected Sikhandin while Sikhandin became the cause of the illustrious Bhishma's death.
Mbh.8.26.1126 The invincible Shikhandi, the cause of Bhishma's death, was in that battle, resisted by Hridika's son who smiled repeatedly as he fought with the former.
Mbh.9.22.1501 If peace had been made after Bhishma's fall, O Madhava, everything would have been well!
Mbh.10.10.780 Alas, even they that had endured that fierce fire whose terrible energy was represented by the mighty weapons in Bhishma's hand have at last fallen through heedlessness.
Mbh.12.52.2821 I do not therefore, O son of Kunti, wish that there should be a miscellaneous gathering in Bhishma's presence'
Mbh.12.57.3104 Then Yudhishthira, that chief of Kuru's race, with a cheerless heart and eyes bathed in tears, gently touched Bhishma's feet and said, O grandsire, I shall to-morrow enquire after those points about which I have my doubts, for today, the sun, having sucked the moisture of all terrestrial objects, is about to set'
Mbh.13.26.3524 Vaisampayana continued, The conversation being over, the righteous Yudhishthira, the son of Pandu; touched Bhishma's feet with his head and then resumed his questions relating to morality and righteousness'
Mbh.13.168.13840 Then Yudhishthira and the high-souled Vidura wrapped Bhishma's body with silken cloth and floral garlands.
Mbh.15.11.551 Yielding to wrath, Bhimasena said these words, O Phalguna, it is we that shall make gifts in the matter of Bhishma's obsequies, as also of king Somadatta and of Bhurisravas, of the royal sage Valhika, and of the high-souled Drona, and of all others.
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