Chitrasena

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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.1.63.3180 And amongst those hundred and one, eleven, viz, Duhsasana, Duhsaha, Durmarshana, Vikarna, Chitrasena, Vivinsati, Jaya, Satyavrata, Purumitra, and Yuyutsu by a Vaisya wife, were all Maharathas great car-warriors.
Mbh.1.94.5205 And they were named Kakshasena and Ugrasena, and Chitrasena endued with great energy, and Indrasena and Sushena and Bhimasena.
Mbh.1.95.5304 They are Duryodhana, Duhsasana, Vikarna, and Chitrasena.
Mbh.1.187.9418 SECTION CLXXXVIII Swayamvara Parva continued Dhrishtadyumna said, Duryodhana, Durvisaha, Durmukha and Dushpradharshana, Vivinsati, Vikarna, Saha, and Duhsasana; Yuyutsu and Vayuvega and Bhimavegarava; Ugrayudha, Valaki, Kanakayu, and Virochana, Sukundala, Chitrasena, Suvarcha, and Kanakadhwaja; Nandaka, and Vahusali, and Tuhunda, and Vikata; these, O sister, and many other mighty sons of Dhritarashtra, all heroes, accompanied by Karna, have come for thy hand.
Mbh.1.208.10240 They who were thus sent out were, O Bharata, Vikarna of the great bow, and Chitrasena, and Drona that foremost of warriors, and Kripa of Gautama's line.
Mbh.2.7.329 O son of Pandu; and the rain-charged clouds, and the winds, and all the loud-sounding forces of heaven; the eastern point, the twenty seven fires conveying the sacrificial butter, Agni and Soma, and the fire of Indra, and Mitra, and Savitri, and Aryaman; Bhaga, Viswa the Sadhyas, the preceptor Vrihaspati, and also Sukra; and Vishwavasu and Chitrasena, and Sumanas, and also Taruna; the Sacrifices, the gifts to Brahmanas, the planets, and the stars, O Bharata, and the mantras that are uttered in sacrifices, all these are present there.
Mbh.2.10.395 Misrakesi and Rambha, and Chitrasena, and Suchismita; and Charunetra, and Gritachi and Menaka, and Punjikasthala; and Viswachi Sahajanya, and Pramlocha and Urvasi and Ira, and Varga and Sauraveyi, and Samichi, and Vududa, and Lata, these and a thousand other Apsaras and Gandharvas, all well-skilled in music and dance, attend upon Kuvera, the lord of treasures.
Mbh.2.10.403 And hundreds of Gandharva chiefs, with cheerful hearts and attired in their respective robes and Viswavasu, and Haha and Huhu; and Tumvuru and Parvatta, and Sailusha; and Chitrasena skilled in music and also Chitraratha, these and innumerable Gandharvas worship the lord of treasures.
Mbh.2.22.1023 Then, O bull of the Bharata race, the king, on the eve of battle, thought of his two generals Kausika and Chitrasena.
Mbh.2.57.2339 Vidura said, O monarch, Sakuni, the king of Gandhara, an adept at dice, having great skill of hand and desperate in stakes, Vivingati, king Chitrasena, Satyavrata, Purumitra and Jaya, these, O king, are there'
Mbh.3.43.2320 And Ghritachi and Menaka and Rambha and Purvachitti and Swayamprabha and Urvasi and Misrakesi and Dandagauri and Varuthini and Gopali and Sahajanya and Kumbhayoni and Prajagara and Chitrasena and Chitralekha and Saha and Madhuraswana, these and others by thousands, possessed of eyes like lotus leaves, who were employed in enticing the hearts of persons practising rigid austerities, danced there.
Mbh.3.44.2330 Indra addressed him in due time, saying, O son of Kunti, learn thou music and dancing from Chitrasena.
Mbh.3.44.2332 And Purandara gave Chitrasena as a friend unto Arjuna.
Mbh.3.44.2333 And the son of Pritha lived happily in peace with Chitrasena.
Mbh.3.44.2334 And Chitrasena instructed Arjuna all the while in music; vocal and instrumental and in dancing.
Mbh.3.44.2336 When however, his friendship with Chitrasena had ripened fully, he at times learned the unrivalled dance and music practised among the Gandharvas.
Mbh.3.45.2338 SECTION XLV Vaisampayana said, One day, knowing that Arjuna's glances were cast upon Urvasi, Vasava, calling Chitrasena to himself, addressed him in private saying, O king of Gandharvas, I am pleased; go thou as my messenger to that foremost of Apsaras, Urvasi, and let her wait upon that tiger among men, Phalguna.
Mbh.3.46.2374 And she soon represented unto Arjuna all that had passed between her and the Gandharva, Chitrasena.
Mbh.3.46.2375 And she said, O best of men, I shall tell thee all that hath passed between me and Chitrasena, and why I have come hither.
Mbh.3.46.2384 It was then that Chitrasena sent to me by Sakra, and arriving at my abode.
Mbh.3.46.2419 And that slayer of foes, Arjuna also sought Chitrasena without loss of time.
Mbh.3.46.2421 And he told Chitrasena everything as it had happened, repeatedly referring to the curse pronounced upon him.
Mbh.3.46.2422 And Chitrasena also represented everything unto Sakra.
Mbh.3.46.2430 And Dhananjaya, the son of Pandu, sported in regions of heaven with the Gandharva Chitrasena of great celebrity
Mbh.3.167.8448 And Viswavana's son, Chitrasena became my friend.
Mbh.3.239.12018 And when those rangers of the sky found that the warriors of Dhritarashtra along with their king could not be stopped by words they all went to their king Chitrasena and represented everything unto him.
Mbh.3.239.12019 And when Chitrasena, the king of the Gandharvas, came to know all this he became filled with rage, alluding to the Kuru, and commanded his followers saying, Punish these wretches of wicked behaviour'
Mbh.3.239.12020 And, O Bharata, when the Gandharvas were so commanded by Chitrasena, they rushed weapons in hand, towards the Dhritarashtra ranks.
Mbh.3.239.12025 And that mighty warrior, causing the heads of numerous Gandharvas to roll down within a short time, made the ranks of Chitrasena to yell in anguish.
Mbh.3.239.12034 And seeing the Gandharva host yielding to fear, the angry Chitrasena sprang from his seat, resolved to exterminate the Kuru army.
Mbh.3.239.12036 And the Kaurava warriors were then all deprived of their senses by the illusion of Chitrasena.
Mbh.3.240.12054 And when Duryodhana, deprived of his car, fell on the ground, the strong-armed Chitrasena rushed towards him and seized him in such a way that it seemed his life itself was taken.
Mbh.3.240.12056 And some Gandharvas seized Vivinsati and Chitrasena, and some Vinda and Anuvinda, while others seized all the ladies of royal household.
Mbh.3.243.12142 And beholding the Gandharvas put in fear by Kunti's son, Chitrasena rushed, O Bharata, at Dhananjaya, armed with a mace.
Mbh.3.243.12144 And beholding that mace of his cut into many pieces by Arjuna of great activity, with his arrows, Chitrasena, by means of his science, concealed himself from the view of the Pandava and began to fight with him.
Mbh.3.243.12150 And Chitrasena said, Behold in me thy friend battling with thee'
Mbh.3.243.12151 And beholding his friend Chitrasena exhausted in the battle, that bull among the sons of Pandu withdrew the weapons he had shot.
Mbh.3.243.12153 And Chitrasena and Bhima and Arjuna and the twins enquiring about one another's welfare, sat awhile on their respective cars
Mbh.3.244.12154 SECTION CCXLIV Vaisampayana said, Then that mighty bowman of blazing splendour, Arjuna, smilingly said unto Chitrasena in the midst of the Gandharva host, What purpose dost thou serve, O hero, in punishing the Kauravas?
Mbh.3.244.12156 Chitrasena replied, O Dhananjaya, without stirring from my own abode I became acquainted with the purpose of the wicked Duryodhana and the wretched Karna in coming hither.
Mbh.3.244.12164 Arjuna answered, saying, O Chitrasena, if thou wishest to do what is agreeable to me, set Suyodhana free, at the command of king Yudhishthira the just, for he is our brother'
Mbh.3.244.12165 Chitrasena said, This sinful wretch is always full of vanity.
Mbh.3.246.12222 And Chitrasena and Arjuna, embracing each other, enquired after each other's welfare.
Mbh.3.246.12226 And Chitrasena and Dhananjaya worshipped each other with regard
Mbh.3.247.12227 SECTION CCXLVII Duryodhana said, That slayer of hostile heroes, Arjuna, then approaching Chitrasena, smilingly addressed him in these manly words: O hero, O foremost of the Gandharvas, it behoveth thee to set my brothers at liberty.
Mbh.4.35.1417 And Bhishma and Drona, and Karna, and Kripa acquainted with the best of weapons, Aswatthaman, and Suvala's son, and Dussasana, O lord of men, and Vivingsati and Vikarna and Chitrasena endued with great energy, and Durmukha and Dussaha, these and many other great warriors, coming upon the Matsya dominion speedily drove off the cowherds of king Virata and forcibly took away the kine.
Mbh.4.49.1896 Alone that chastiser of foes vanquished in battle Chitrasena, the king of the Gandharvas and in a moment his invincible troops also.
Mbh.4.54.2060 And seeing this those mighty car-warriors, Chitrasena and Sangramajit and Satrusaha and Jaya, desirous of aiding Karna, rushed with arrows and long shafts, towards the advancing hero of Bharata's race.
Mbh.4.63.2490 And beholding that wonderful weapon of great beauty, the mighty Gandiva, Chitrasena, highly pleased, addressed the lord of celestials, saying, Behold these arrows shot by Partha coursing through the sky in one continuous line.
Mbh.5.30.1353 Thou shouldst also ask about the welfare of Chitrasena who is unrivalled in the tricks of dice, whose tricks are never detected by others, who plays well, who is well-versed in the art of handling the dice, and who is unconquerable in play but not in fight.
Mbh.5.47.2658 And Dussasana and Chitrasena, and Sakuni, the son of Suvala, and Durmukha and Dussaha, Karna and Uluka and Vivingsati, these also, with Duryodhana, the wrathful king of the Kurus, at their head, entered that hall, O monarch, like the celestials forming the train of Sakra himself.
Mbh.5.55.3110 Those, however, amongst us, that are our chief warriors, are Bhishma, Drona, Kripa, Drona's son, Karna, Somadatta, Vahlika, and Salya, the king of Pragjyotisha, the two kings Vindha and Anuvinda of Avanti, and Jayadratha; and then, O king, thy sons Dussasana, Durmukha, Dussaha, Srutayu; Chitrasena, Purumitra, Vivingsati, Sala, Bhurisravas, and Vikarna.
Mbh.5.56.3138 And unto that car are a century of excellent celestial steeds of white hue and endued with the speed of the mind, all presented by Chitrasena the king of the Gandharvas.
Mbh.5.66.3430 O Sanjaya, our grandsire, the son of Santanu, and Dhritarashtra, and Drona, and Kripa, and Karna, and king Vahlika, and Drona's son, and Somadatta, and Sakuni the son of Suvala; and Dussasana, and Sala, and Purumitra, and Vivingsati; Vikarna, and Chitrasena, and king Jayatsena, and Vinda and Anuvinda, the two chiefs of Avanti, and Bhurisravas, and king Bhagadatta, and king Jarasandha and other rulers of the earth, assembled there to fight for the good of the Kauravas, are all on the eve of death.
Mbh.6.9.498 Aryans and Mlecchas, O Kauravya, and many races, O lord, mixed of the two elements, drink the waters of the following rivers, viz, magnificent Ganga, Sindhu, and Saraswati; of Godavari, and Narmada, and the large river called Yamuna; of Dhrishadwati, and Vipapa, and Vipasa and Sthulavaluka; of the river Vetravati, and that other one called Krishna-vena; of Iravati, and Vitasta, and Payosyini, and Devika; of Vedasmrita and Vedavati, and Tridiva, and Ikshumalavi of Karishini, and Chitravaha, and the river called Chitrasena; of Gomati, and Dhutapada and the large river called Gandaki, of Kausiki, and Nischitra, and Kirtya, and Nichita, and Lohatarini of Rashasi and Satakumbha, and also Sarayu; of Charmanwati, and Vetravati and Hastisoma, and Disa; of the river called Saravati, and Venna, and Bhimarathi; of Kaveri, and Chuluka, and Vina, and Satavala; of Nivara, and Mahila, and Suprayoga, O king; of Pavitra, and Kundala, and Rajani, and Puramalini; of Purvabhirama, and Vira, and Bhima, and Oghavati; of Palasini, and Papahara, and Mahendra, and Patalavati, of Karishini, and Asikni, and the large river Kusachira: of Makari, and Pravara, and Mena, and Hema, and Dhritavati; of Puravati, and Anushna, and Saivya, and Kapi, O Bharata; of Sadanira, and Adhrishya, and the mighty stream Kusadhara; of Sadakanta, and Siva, and Viravati; of Vatsu, and Suvastu, and Kampana with Hiranwati; of Vara, and the mighty river Panchami, of Rathachitra, and Jyotiratha, and Viswamitra, and Kapinjala; of Upendra, and Vahula, and Kuchira, and Madhuvahini: of Vinadi, and Pinjala, and Vena, and the great river Pungavena; of Vidisa and Krishna-vena, and Tamra, and Kapila, of Salu, and Suvama, the Vedaswa, and the mighty river Harisrava; of Sighra, and Pischala, and the river Bharadwaji, of the river Kausiki, and Sona, and Chandrama; of Durgamantrasila, and Brahma-vodhya, and Vrihadvati; of Yaksha, and Rohi, and Yamvunadi; of Sunasa and Tamasa, and Dasi, and Vasa, and Varuna, and Asi; of Nila, and Dhrimati, and the mighty river Parnasa; of Pomasi, and Vrishabha, and Brahma-meddhya, and Vrihaddhani.
Mbh.6.17.861 And Srutayudha and Chitrasena and Purumitra and Vivinsati, and Salya and Bhurisravas, and that mighty car-warrior Vikarna, these seven mighty bowmen on their carts and cased in excellent mail, followed Drona's son behind but in advance of Bhishma.
Mbh.6.18.889 Dussasana, and Durvishaha, and Durmukha, and Dussaha and Vivinsati, and Chitrasena, and that mighty car-warrior Vikarna.
Mbh.6.44.2175 Thereupon the brothers, viz, thy sons Duryodhana, and Durmukha and Dussaha, and that mighty car-warrior Dussasana, and Durmarshana, O king, and Vivingsati, and Chitrasena, and the great car-warrior Vikarna and also Purumitra, and Jaya, and Bhoja, and the valorous son of Somadatta, shaking their splendid bows like masses of clouds exhibiting the lightning's flashes, and taking out of their quivers long arrows resembling snakes that have just cast off their sloughs, surrounded that mighty bowman rushing towards them covering him with flights of arrows like the clouds shrouding the sun.
Mbh.6.48.2485 And Valhika and Kritavarman, and Kripa, and Salya also, O Bharata, and the son of Jarasandha, and Vikarna, and Chitrasena, and Vivinsati, with great speed, when speed was so necessary, surrounding him on all sides, poured on Sweta ceaseless showers of arrows.
Mbh.6.51.2660 Let the Samsthanas, the Surasenas, the Venikas, the Kukkuras, the Rechakas, the Trigartas, the Madrakas, the Yavanas, with Satrunjayas, and Dussasana, and that excellent hero Vikarna, and Nanda and Upanandaka, and Chitrasena, along with the Manibhadrakas, protect Bhishma with their respective troops, Then Bhishma and Drona and thy sons, O sire, formed a mighty array for resisting that of the Parthas.
Mbh.6.59.3261 Srutayush, the ruler of the Amvashtas, and Durmarshana, and Chitrasena, and Drona, and Kripa, and the ruler of the Sindhus, and Valhika, and Bhurisravas, and Salya, and Sala, O king, and other warriors by hundreds united together, along with Bhishma himself, have on battle, by the prowess of his own arms, been vanquished today by the angry son of Pritha, viz, Kiritin, that one mighty car-warrior in the world'
Mbh.6.60.3265 And Drona and Duryodhana and Valhika, and also Durmarshana and Chitrasena, the mighty Jayadratha, and other royal warriors, supported by large divisions accompanied, surrounding him all sides.
Mbh.6.61.3298 SECTION LXI Sanjaya said, And Drona's son, and Bhurisravas, and Chitrasena, O sire, and the son of Samyamani also, all fought with Subhadra's son.
Mbh.6.62.3349 And Duryodhana, and Vikarna, and Dussasana, and Vivinsati and Durmarshana, and Dussala, and Chitrasena, and Durmukha, and Satyabrata, blessed be thou, and Purumitra, O Bharata, these, protecting the car of the ruler of the Madras, stationed themselves there.
Mbh.6.62.3358 And Durmarshana pierced him with twenty, and Chitrasena with five, and Durmukha with nine, and Dussaha with seven, and Vivinsati with five, and Dussasana with three shafts.
Mbh.6.71.3814 And Vikarna engaged with Sahadeva, and Chitrasena with Sikhandin.
Mbh.6.73.3901 That tiger among men and slayer of hostile heroes, viz, the son of Subhadra, pierced Chitrasena with many sharp shafts and Purumitra also with seven shafts.
Mbh.6.73.3903 Chitrasena then pierced him in return with ten shafts, and Satyavrata with nine, and Purumitra with seven.
Mbh.6.73.3904 Then the son of Arjuna, thus pierced, while yet covered with blood, cut off the large and beautiful bow of Chitrasena that was capable of checking foes.
Mbh.6.77.4045 The mighty Bhima, beholding Dussasana and Durvisaha and Dussaha and Durmada and Jaya, and Jayasena and Vikarna and Chitrasena and Sudarsana, and Charuchitra and Suvarman and Duskarna and Karna, and many other mighty car-warriors, excited with rage, of the Dhartarashtra host near enough to himself, penetrated into thy mighty array that was protected by Bhishma in that battle.
Mbh.6.78.4127 Excited with fury and endued with great energy, that celebrated hero then, O king, afflicted thy son Chitrasena with a long arrow.
Mbh.6.79.4137 Then that mighty car-warrior, Vikarna, abandoning that car whose steeds had been slain, mounted on the resplendent car, O king, of Chitrasena.
Mbh.6.82.4258 SECTION LXXXII Sanjaya said, O chief of the Bharatas, Ganga's son, once more addressing thy son who was plunged in thought, told him these delightful words, Myself and Drona and Salya and Kritavarman of Satwata's race, and Aswatthaman and Vikarna and Bhagadatta and Suvala's son and Vinda and Anuvinda of Avanti, and Valhika with the Valhikas and the mighty king of the Trigartas and the invincible ruler of the Magadhas, Vrihadvala the king of the Kosalas, and Chitrasena and Vivingsati and many thousands of car-warriors graced with tall standards, a large number of country-born steeds well-mounted with excellent horse-soldiers and many infuriate elephants of large size with temporal juice issuing from their mouths and cheeks, and many brave foot-soldiers armed with diverse weapons and born in diverse realms, are all prepared to do battle for thy sake
Mbh.6.82.4273 And ten thousand horses, and as many elephants, and ten thousand cars, and thy sons, all equipped in mail, viz, the heroic Chitrasena and others, protected the grandsire.
Mbh.6.82.4288 And possessed of great prowess, Abhimanyu the son of Arjuna, fought in battle, O king, against the sons Chitrasena and Vikarna, and Durmarshana.
Mbh.6.85.4486 Chitrasena, and Vikarna, O king, and also Durmarshana, these car-warriors cased in golden mail, all rushed against the son of Subhadra.
Mbh.6.86.4521 Pierced with arrows by Kripa and Sala and Chitrasena, O lord, the Pandavas, inflamed with rage, resembled the gods pierced with arrows by the united Daityas in days of old.
Mbh.6.86.4545 Then beholding Bhimasena on foot, thy son Chitrasena of unrivalled prowess and resembling the chief of the celestials himself, quickly rushed at him on his car, with upraised weapons, for giving him his quietus.
Mbh.6.86.4548 In that fierce and awful crush of men, O Bharata, confounding the senses, Chitrasena, however, beholding that mace coursing towards him, was not deprived of his senses.
Mbh.6.87.4553 SECTION LXXXVII Sanjaya said, Approaching then thy son Chitrasena of great energy who had thus been deprived of his car, thy son Vikarna caused him to mount on his car.
Mbh.6.88.4616 Then king Duryodhana, and Chitrasena, and Vivinsati, and that foremost of car-warriors, viz, Bhishma and Bharadwaja's son possessed of great prowess, those mighty car-warriors, clad in mail and uniting together, O King, formed with great care the array of the Kauravas against the Pandavas.
Mbh.6.93.4912 They met Duryodhana and Somadatta and Valhika and Jayadratha; and Kripa and Bhurisravas and Salya, and the two princes of Avanti along with Vrihadvala, and Aswatthaman and Vikarna, and Chitrasena and Vivinsati.
Mbh.6.93.4922 And he pierced Kripa with one arrow, and Chitrasena with three.
Mbh.6.95.4996 Kripa and Bhurisravas and Salya, and Drona's son and Vivingsati, and Chitrasena and Vikarna, and the ruler of the Sindhus, and Vrihadvala, and those two mighty bowmen, viz, the two princes of Avanti, surrounded the Kuru king.
Mbh.6.105.5598 Arjuna's son Abhimanyu pierced by Chitrasena with many shafts, deeply pierced Chitrasena in the chest with three arrows.
Mbh.6.105.5601 Thereupon that mighty car-warrior, viz, Chitrasena, quickly jumping down from that car whose steed had been slain, mounted, O king, without delay, the car of Durmukha.
Mbh.6.109.5975 Drona, and Drona's son, and Kripa, and Suyodhana, and Chitrasena, and Vikarna, and Jayadratha the ruler of the Sindhus, Vinda and Anuvinda.
Mbh.6.111.6025 Like a young tiger attacking a bull, Chitrasena, O king, rushed against Chekitana who in that battle was proceeding for getting at Bhishma.
Mbh.6.112.6129 Thy son Chitrasena, O king, resisted Chekitana of wrathful visage who was exerting vigorously for coming upon Bhishma.
Mbh.6.112.6131 And Chekitana also fought with Chitrasena to the utmost of his power.
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.6.114.6192 And Chitrasena and Vikarna and Bhagadatta, O sire, each struck him with ten arrows.
Mbh.6.114.6200 And he pierced Durmarshana with twenty arrows, and Chitrasena with five, and Vikarna with ten, and Jayadratha with five.
Mbh.6.114.6207 His bow cut off, himself deprived of car, his steeds and charioteer slain, Jayadratha then, O king, quickly mounted on the car of Chitrasena.
Mbh.6.114.6210 And Kripa and Kritavarman and the valiant Bhagadatta, and Vinda and Anuvinda of Avanti, and Chitrasena, and Durmarshana, and Vikarna, and the valiant ruler of the Sindhus also, in that battle, These chastisers of foes, all quickly pierced Bhima for the sake of Salya.
Mbh.6.115.6247 And in that battle the Atiratha Arjuna, afflicting thy host, struck the ruler of the Pragjyotishas, and Jayadratha the king of the Sindhus, and Chitrasena, and Vikarna, and Kritavarman, and Durmarshana, O monarch, and those two mighty car-warriors, viz, the princes of Avanti, each with three arrows winged with the feathers of the Kanka and the peacock.
Mbh.6.115.6248 Jayadratha, staying on the car of Chitrasena, pierced Partha in return, O Bharata, and then, without loss of time, Bhima also, with his shafts.
Mbh.6.115.6250 Thy sons headed by Chitrasena, O king, each quickly pierced Arjuna and Bhimasena in that battle, O sire, with five sharp shafts.
Mbh.6.116.6321 And Vardhakshatra's heir, O chastiser of foes, encountered thy son Chitrasena armed with excellent bow and arrows
Mbh.6.117.6367 Chitrasena, having pierced Susarman with many arrows made wholly of iron, once more pierced him with sixty arrows and once more with nine.
Mbh.6.117.6369 Chitrasena then, O monarch, excited with rage, pierced his adversary with thirty straight shafts.
Mbh.6.117.6370 Susarman, however, pierced Chitrasena again in return
Mbh.6.119.6504 Then Salya and Kripa, and Chitrasena, O Bharata, and Dussasana, and Vikarna, those heroes mounted on their bright cars, caused the Pandava host to tremble.
Mbh.7.7.218 And Kripa, and Kritavarman, and Chitrasena, and Vivinsati headed by Duhsasana, strove vigorously for protecting the left wing.
Mbh.7.8.264 And the Kekaya princes, and Bhimasena, and Subhadra's son and Ghatotkacha and Yudhishthira, and the twins Nakula and Sahadeva, and the ruler of the Matsyas, and the son of Drupada, and the five sons of Draupadi, all filled with joy, and Dhrishtaketu, and Satyaki, and the wrathful Chitrasena, and the mighty car-warrior, Yuyutsu, and many other kings, O monarch, who followed the sons of Pandu, all achieved diverse feats in keeping with their lineage and prowess.
Mbh.7.72.3156 Myself, Vikartana's son, Karna, Chitrasena, Vivinsati, Bhurisravas, Sala, Salya, the invincible Vrishasena, Purumitra, Jaya, Bhoja, Sudakshina the ruler of the Kamvojas, Satyavrata, the mighty-armed, Vikarna, Durmukha, Dussasana, Subahu, the ruler of the Kalingas, with his weapons upraised, Vinda and Anuvinda of Avanti, Drona, Drona's son, and Suvala's son Sakuni, these and numerous other kings will, with their forces, face the battle surrounding thee on all sides!
Mbh.7.83.3658 In the houses of Vivinsati, Durmukha, Chitrasena, Vikarna, and other sons of mine, I do not hear the sounds I used to hear formerly.
Mbh.7.92.4250 Those uterine brothers, viz, Vivingsati and Chitrasena and the mighty car-warrior Vikarna, surrounded Kunti's son Bhimasena on all sides.
Mbh.7.93.4301 The sons Vivinsati and Chitrasena and Vikarna, surrounded by a large force, battled with Bhimasena
Mbh.7.113.5527 And Durmukha struck him with ten shafts, and Duhsasana with eight, Chitrasena, O sire, pierced him with a couple of shafts.
Mbh.7.113.5530 Indeed, he pierced the son of Bharadwaja with three shafts, and Duhsasana with nine, and Vikarna with five and twenty, and Chitrasena with seven, and Durmarshana with a dozen, and Vivinsati with eight, and Satyavrata with nine, and Vijaya with ten shafts.
Mbh.7.113.5549 And the king, quickly mounted the car of Chitrasena, armed with the bow.
Mbh.7.117.5696 And Duryodhana and Chitrasena and Duhsasana and Vivinsati, and Sakuni and Duhsaha, and the youthful Durdharshana, and Kratha, and many other brave warriors well-conversant with weapons and difficult of defeat, wrathfully followed Satyaki from behind as he proceeded onwards.
Mbh.7.117.5719 And Sakuni pierced him with five and twenty arrows and Chitrasena with five.
Mbh.7.117.5725 And he pierced Chitrasena with a hundred arrows, and Duhsaha with ten.
Mbh.7.124.6168 Then the brothers Duhsasana and Chitrasena.
Mbh.7.134.6680 The seven sons of thine that were thus slain were Satrunjaya, and Satrusaha, and Chitra, and Chitrayudha, and Dridha, and Chitrasena and Vikarna.
Mbh.7.134.6707 O monarch, Vikarna hath fallen, and Chitrasena also of great prowess.
Mbh.7.149.7810 Alas, today my brothers having Chitrasena for their head, have all perished in the very sight of our wretched selves
Mbh.7.161.8732 Sanjaya continued, Understanding the wishes of Drona who was bent on battle, Duryodhana, on that night, O king, addressing his obedient brothers, viz, Vikarna and Chitrasena and Suparsva and Durdharsha and Dirghavahu, and all those that followed them, said those words, Ye heroes of great valour, struggling with resolution, all of you protect Drona from the rear.
Mbh.7.162.8771 The ruler of the Madras, O king, excited with wrath resisted Virata, O Bharata, as the latter quickly advanced for the slaughter of Drona; Chitrasena, in that battle, resisted, with great force and shooting many shafts, Nakula's son, Satanika, as the latter advanced for slaying Drona.
Mbh.7.166.8926 SECTION CLXVIII Sanjaya said, Thy son, Chitrasena, O Bharata, resisted Nakula's son Satanika who was engaged in scorching thy host with his keen shafts.
Mbh.7.166.8927 Nakula's son pierced Chitrasena with five arrows.
Mbh.7.166.8929 And once more Chitrasena, O monarch, in that battle, pierced Satanika in the chest with nine keen shafts.
Mbh.7.166.8935 Then Chitrasena, that mighty car-warrior amongst the Bharata's, quickly pierced the son of Nakula with many straight arrows.
Mbh.7.166.8936 Then mighty Satanika, excited with rage, O Bharata, slew the four steeds of Chitrasena and then his driver.
Mbh.7.166.8937 The illustrious Chitrasena, endued with great strength, jumping down from that car, afflicted the son of Nakula with five and twenty arrows.
Mbh.7.166.8938 Then Nakula's son with a crescent-shaped arrow, cut off in that combat the gold-decked bow of Chitrasena while the latter was engaged in thus striking him.
Mbh.7.166.8939 Bowless and carless and steedless and driverless, Chitrasena then quickly ascended the car of the illustrious son Hridika.
Mbh.7.183.10028 On the occasion of the tale of cattle, the Gandharvas headed by Chitrasena and others were vanquished by him.
Mbh.9.6.372 Indeed, Shalya and Chitrasena and the mighty car-warrior Shakuni and Ashvatthama and Kripa and Kritavarma of the Satwata race, and Sushena and Arishtasena and Dhritasena of great energy and Jayatsena and all these kings passed the night there.
Mbh.9.10.572 The invincible Nakula encountered Chitrasena.
Mbh.9.10.577 Then Chitrasena, O monarch, with a broad-headed shaft, well-tempered and sharp, cut off Nakula's bow at the handle.
Mbh.9.10.585 Getting at the car then of Chitrasena, the mighty-armed hero, the son of Pandu, conversant with all modes of warfare and incapable of being tired with exertion, ascended it in the very sight of all the troops.
Mbh.9.10.587 At this, Chitrasena, endued with the splendour of the sun, fell down on the terrace of his car.
Mbh.9.10.588 Beholding Chitrasena slain, all the great car-warriors there uttered loud cries of praise and many leonine roars.
Mbh.12.16.723 Why hast thou forgotten the woes inflicted by Jatasura, the battle with Chitrasena, and the distress suffered at the hands of the Sindhu king?
Mbh.12.29.1488 We hear, O Srinjaya, that Sasavindu also, the son of Chitrasena, felt a prey to death.
Mbh.12.199.12102 The Sadhyas, the Viswas, the Mantras, diverse kinds of loud and sweet music, the Rivers, the Mountains, the Seas, the Sacred Waters, the Penances, the Ordinances about yoga, the Vedas, the Sounds that accompany the singing of the Samans, Saraswati, Narada, Parvata, Viswavasu, the Hahas, the Huhus, the Gandharva Chitrasena with all the members of his family, the Nagas, the Sadhyas, the Munis, the god of gods, viz, Prajapati, and the inconceivable and thousand-headed Vishnu himself, came there.
Mbh.13.165.13692 Then comes the three-eyed Lord of Lima; then Skanda the generalissimo of the celestial forces; then Visakha; then Agni the eater of sacrificial libations; then Vayu the god of wind; then Chandramas; then Aditya the god of the sun, endued with effulgence; then the illustrious Sakra the lord of Sachi; and Yama with his spouse Dhumorna; and Varuna with Gauri; Kuvera the lord of treasures, with his spouse Riddhi; the amiable and illustrious cow Surabhi; the great Rishi Visravas; Sankalpa, Ocean, Gangs: the other sacred Rivers; the diverse Maruts; the Valkhilyas crowned with success of penances; the island-born Krishna; Narada; Parvata; Viswavasu; the Hahas; the Huhus; Tumvuru; Chitrasena; the celestial messenger of wide celebrity; the highly blessed celestial maidens; the celestial Apsaras, Urvasi, Menaka, Rambha; Misrakesi, Alamvusha, Viswachi, Ghritachi, Panchachuda, Tilottama, the Adityas, the Vasus, the Aswins, the Pitris; Dharma Righteousness; Vedic lore, Penances, Diksha, Perseverance in religious acts, the Grandsire, Day and Night, Kasyapa the son of Marichi, Sukra, Vrihaspati, Mangala the son of Earth, Vudha, Rahu, Sanischara, the Constellations, the Seasons, the Months, the Fortnights, the Year, Garuda, the son of Vinata, the several Oceans, the sons of Kadru, viz, the Snakes, Satadru, Vipasa, Chandrabhaga, Saraswati, Sindhu, Devika, Prabhasa, the lakes of Pushkara, Ganga, Mahanadi, Vena, Kaveri, Narmada, Kulampuna Visalya, Karatoya, Amvuvahini.
Mbh.14.12.358 And it is not meet that thou shouldst brood over thy departure from the city, and thy exile with the hide of the antelope for thy robe, and thy wanderings in the great forest, nor shouldst thou recall to thy mind the affliction from Jatasura, the fight with Chitrasena, and thy troubles from the Saindhavas.
Mbh.14.88.3955 There were Viswavasu and Chitrasena and others, all of whom were proficient in music.
Mbh.15.29.1141 They were Narada, and Parvata and Devala of austere penances, and Viswavasu and Tumvuru, and Chitrasena,
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Reference:- Mahabharata of Krishna Dwaipayana Vyasa, translated to English by Kisari Mohan Ganguli; Source of Plain Text: www.sacred-texts.com; Wikified at AncientVoice.

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