Daitya

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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.1.210.10319 In olden days, a mighty Daitya named Nikumbha, endued with great energy and strength was born in the race of the great Asura, Hiranyakasipu.
Mbh.1.211.10367 Obtaining the assent of their friends and relatives, of the elders of the Daitya race and of their ministers of state, and performing the preliminary rites of departure, they set out in the night when the constellation Magha was in the ascendant.
Mbh.1.211.10368 The brothers set out with a large Daitya force clad in mail and armed with maces and axes and lances and clubs.
Mbh.1.211.10369 The Daitya heroes set out on their expedition with joyous hearts, the charanas bards chanting auspicious panegyrics indicative of their future triumphs.
Mbh.1.211.10370 Furious in war, the Daitya brothers, capable of going everywhere at will, ascended the skies and went to the region of the celestials.
Mbh.1.211.10372 Endued with fierce prowess, the Daitya heroes soon subjugated the region of Indra, and vanquishing the diverse tribes of Yakshas and Rakshasas and every creature ranging the skies, came away.
Mbh.1.226.11090 And the lord Varuna, after this, gave unto Krishna a mace, of name Kaumodaki, capable of slaying every Daitya and producing, when hurled, a roar like that of the thunder.
Mbh.1.228.11157 That slayer of foes, Krishna, also, endued with great energy, made a great slaughter of the Daitya and the Danava with his discus.
Mbh.2.66.2899 Thus addressed by Sudhanwan, the Daitya, trembling like a leaf of the fig tree, went to Kasyapa of great energy, for taking counsel with him.
Mbh.3.16.832 And when the wicked general of Salwa had left the field, a mighty Daitya called Vegavat rushed at my son!
Mbh.3.19.954 But cutting into pieces those powerful Daitya weapons shot at him in mid-career by means of his Brahma weapon, Pradyumna discharged winged shafts of other kings.
Mbh.3.19.955 And these delighting in blood, warding off the shafts of Daitya, pierced his head, bosom and face.
Mbh.3.96.5059 Thus questioned, Lomasa said, O son of Kuru race, there was in the city called Manimati, in days of yore, a Daitya named Ilwala, whose younger brother was Vatapi.
Mbh.3.96.5071 And it was thus, O monarch, that the wicked-hearted Daitya Ilwala, having fed Brahmanas, frequently took away their lives.
Mbh.3.99.5173 And the Daitya then with a sad heart, gave away much wealth and that car, unto which were yoked two steeds called Virava and Surava.
Mbh.3.102.5330 And, O best of male beings, assuming also the form of half-man and half-lion, thou hadst slain in days of yore that ancient Daitya of mighty prowess known by the name of Hiranyakasipu.
Mbh.3.141.7184 O best of men, what ye see before you, of vast proportions like unto a mountain and beautiful as the Kailasa cliff, is a collection of the bones of the mighty Daitya Naraka, Being placed on a mountain, it looketh like one.
Mbh.3.141.7185 The Daitya was slain by that Supreme Soul, the eternal God Vishnu, for the good of the lord of celestials.
Mbh.3.200.10326 It is owing to thy prowess, O God, that the celestials obtained peace and happiness and, O thou of great effulgence, it was the anger that destroyed hundred great Daitya chiefs.
Mbh.3.201.10382 Bearing that invincible Vaishnava energy in thyself, slay thou, O great king, that Daitya of fierce prowess.
Mbh.3.202.10391 Yudhishthira said, O holy one, O thou possessed of the wealth of asceticism, who was this Daitya of great energy?
Mbh.3.202.10393 I desire to know all this; O thou possessed of the wealth of asceticism I never heard of this mighty Daitya before.
Mbh.3.203.10447 And, O great king, the royal Kuvalaswa, filled with Yoga force, having extinguished those flames by the water that issued from his body, consumed that Daitya of wicked prowess with the celebrated weapon called Brahma for relieving the triple world of its fears, and the royal sage Kuvalaswa, having consumed that great Asura, that foe of the celestials and slayer of all enemies, by means of that weapon became like unto a second chief of the triple world and the high-souled king Kuvalaswa having slain the the Asura Dhundhu, became from that time known by the name of Dhundhumara and from that time he came to be regarded as invincible in battle, and the gods and the great Rishis who had come to witness that encounter were so far gratified with him that they addressed him saying, Ask thou a boon of us'
Mbh.3.203.10458 It was thus, O best of king, that that great Daitya of the name Dhundhu, the son of Madhu and Kaitabha was slain by Kuvalaswa and it was for this also that king came to be called by the name of Dhundhumara.
Mbh.3.230.11662 Then a powerful Danava, taking a huge mass of rock in his hands, came out of that terrible Daitya army.
Mbh.3.263.12876 Methinks thou art a goddess, or a Yakshi, or a Danavi, or an excellent Apsara, or the wife of a Daitya, or a daughter of the Naga king, or a Rakshasi or the wife of Varuna, or of Yama, or of Soma, or of Kuvera, who, having assumed a human form, wanderest in these forests.
Mbh.3.270.13190 Then that powerful king of wild beasts, half man, half lion, taking a leap in the air, instantly rent the Daitya in twain by means of his sharp claws.
Mbh.3.270.13191 And the adorable lotus-eyed Lord of great effulgence, having thus slain the Daitya king for the well-being of all creatures, again took his birth in the womb of Aditi as son of Kasyapa.
Mbh.3.279.13647 I am lord also of many Danava and Daitya ladies!
Mbh.3.280.13715 It was, O Raghava, the abode of the Daitya Maya.
Mbh.3.308.15095 When I encounter the Daitya in battle, this dart that is incapable of being baffled, hurled by my hand, destroyeth enemies by hundreds, and cometh back to my hand after achieving its purpose.
Mbh.5.22.954 If my dull-headed son forbear to fight with those two, then may he fare well, else those two will consume the race of Kuru as Indra and Upendra consume the Daitya hosts.
Mbh.5.49.2807 It was he who afflicted the Daitya city of Hiranyapura on the other side of the ocean, having vanquished in battle sixty thousands of Nivatakavachas.
Mbh.5.109.5021 It was here that Raivata a Daitya, hearing the Sama hymns sung in a sweet voice, retired to the woods, leaving his wife and friends and kingdom.
Mbh.6.84.4442 And then they rushed joyfully, O king, towards thy forces like the gods Indra and Upendra, O monarch, towards the Daitya host
Mbh.6.119.6527 As Sakra scorched the Daitya host in battle, even so, O Bharata, did Bhishma scorch the Pandava host.
Mbh.7.11.412 Putting forth his prowess, Madhava hurled unto the sea the Daitya city called Saubha, moving in the skies, protected by Salwa, and regarded as impregnable.
Mbh.7.21.998 The slaughter that Drona caused among the Pandava troops was very great, resembling that caused by Vishnu himself, the adored of both the gods and Asuras, among the Daitya host.
Mbh.7.156.8429 Thus addressed, Drona's son, and Kripa, and Salya, and that great car-warrior, viz, the son of Hridika, beholding the son of Kunti coming towards them like Sakra himself towards the Daitya host, all advanced against Partha for rescuing the Suta's son.
Mbh.8.25.1099 Even as the chief of the celestials crushed the Daitya army, the son of Subala destroyed that army of the Pandavas
Mbh.8.33.1568 Those three Daitya kings, soon assailing the three worlds with their energy, continued to dwell and reign, and began to say, Who is he called the Creator'
Mbh.8.33.1577 In whatever form and whatever guise a Daitya might have been slain, if thrown into that lake, he was restored to life, in the self-same form and guise.
Mbh.12.123.7023 In days of yore, the Daitya Prahlada, by the merit of his behaviour, snatched from the high-souled Indra his sovereignty and reduced the three worlds to subjection.
Mbh.12.123.7069 Indeed, when this boon was indicated by the Brahmana, the Daitya chief thought the solicitor could not be a person of ordinary energy.
Mbh.12.123.7071 Having, however, granted the boon, the Daitya chief became filled with grief.
Mbh.12.123.7073 While the Daitya chief sat brooding over the matter, a flame of light issued out of his body.
Mbh.12.123.7081 The Daitya chief addressed it, saying, Who art thou'
Mbh.12.123.7095 The Daitya chief asked her and she answered him saying that she was the embodiment of Prosperity, adding, I dwelt in thee, O hero, O thou of prowess incapable of being baffled!
Mbh.12.222.13490 What, O Daitya, was the state of thy mind then?
Mbh.12.226.13776 Indra also, seeing Vali staying unmoved and fearless, addressed him from the back of his foremost of elephants, saying, How is it, O Daitya, that thou art so unmoved?
Mbh.12.278.17035 Listen, O monarch, with undivided attention to the course of conduct that was followed by the Daitya Vritra after he became divested of all his prosperity.
Mbh.12.278.17049 Then the illustrious Usanas addressed the Asura Vritra who was thus talking of the highest refuge of the creation, saying, O intelligent Daitya, why, O child, dost thou utter such foolish rhapsodies'
Mbh.12.279.17072 Hearing these words, Sanatkumara uttered the following, fraught with grave import, upon the pre-eminent greatness of Vishnu unto the intelligent chief of the Danavas, Listen, O Daitya, to everything about the greatness of Vishnu.
Mbh.12.279.17101 His arms, O Daitya, are the several points of the compass or the horizon.
Mbh.12.279.17125 The period for which a particular creation exists is measured by many thousands of lakes in the following way, O Daitya!
Mbh.12.279.17145 Jiva, O Daitya, having undergone thousands of births derived through the womb, attains to success
Mbh.12.279.17147 The end again that creatures obtain is dependent oil their colour, and colour, in its turn, depends upon the character of the Time that sets in, O Daitya
Mbh.12.279.17148 The stages of existence, O Daitya, through which Jiva must pass are not unlimited.
Mbh.12.280.17281 Bhishma continued, When the great Asura or Daitya was overtaken by that fever born of Mahadeva's energy, the deities and the Rishis, filled with joy, uttered loud cheers, At the same time drums, and conchs of loud blare, and kettle drums and tabors began to beat and blow by thousands.
Mbh.12.281.17295 Then, in that encounter, Indra, adored by the gods, and armed with the thunderbolt, looked hard at the Daitya as the latter sat on his car.
Mbh.12.347.23024 From that drop sprang, at the command of Narayana, a Daitya of the name of Madhu made up of the attribute of Tamas Dullness.
Mbh.12.347.23026 From it sprang the Daitya Kaitabha made up of the attribute of Rajas.
Mbh.13.14.963 The discus which thou bearest, O sinless one, was given unto thee by Mahadeva after he had slain a Daitya that was proud of his strength and used to live within the waters.
Mbh.13.17.2089 Thou art the stupefier of Daitya ranks in the field of battle.
Mbh.13.17.2665 Thou art he who is the leader in battle of both the deities and the Asuras being as thou art of the form of Karttikeya and Kesi, the leaders of the celestial and the Daitya armies.
Mbh.13.40.4334 She is the illusion, O king, that the Daitya Maya created.
Mbh.13.40.4393 Sometimes he shows himself as a god, sometimes as a Daitya, and sometimes he assumes the guise of a king.
Mbh.13.85.7914 He slew the Daitya Taraka as also many other Asuras, at the command of the chief of the celestials, O Brahmana, and actuated also by the desire of benefiting all the worlds.
Mbh.13.98.8788 Manu said, In this connection is recited the old history of the discourse between Sukra and the high-souled Daitya Vali.
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