Danava

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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.1.19.1401 And while the gods were partaking of it, after which they had so much hankered, a Danava named Rahu was also drinking it among them in the guise of a god.
Mbh.1.19.1403 And Narayana instantly cut off with his discus the well-adorned head of the Danava who was drinking the Amrita without permission.
Mbh.1.19.1404 And the huge head of the Danava, cut off by the discus and resembling a mountain peak, then rose up to the sky and began to utter dreadful cries.
Mbh.1.65.3279 The following ten, gifted with great strength and vigour, were also, O king, born in the race of Danu, Ekaksha, Amritapa of heroic courage, Pralamva and Naraka, Vatrapi, Satrutapana, and Satha, the great Asura; Gavishtha, and Vanayu, and the Danava called Dirghajiva.
Mbh.1.67.3482 The mighty Danava known by the name of Kukshi became on earth as Parvatiya from his brightness as of a golden mountain.
Mbh.1.83.4684 Yayati answered, Adorable one, I was solicited by the daughter of the Danava king to fructify her season.
Mbh.1.97.5457 The monarch then in soft words addressed her and said, O slender-waisted one, be thou a goddess or the daughter of a Danava, be thou of the race of the Gandharvas, or Apsaras, be thou of the Yakshas or the Nagas, or be thou of human origin, O thou of celestial beauty, I solicit thee to be my wife
Mbh.1.169.8689 Like a celestial herself, she could be desired in marriage by a celestial, a Danava, or a: Yaksha.
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.1.230.11235 Thou hast, O Brahmana, recited to us the cause of Aswasena and the Danava Maya not having been consumed.
Mbh.1.235.11503 Thus addressed by the illustrious Agni, Arjuna and Vasudeva and the Danava Maya also, these three, having wandered a little at last sat themselves down on the delightful banks of a river
Mbh.2.1.4 Vaisampayana said, Then, in the presence of Vasudeva, Maya Danava, having worshipped Arjuna, repeatedly spoke unto him with joined hands and in amiable words, O son of Kunti, saved have I been by thee from this Krishna in spate and from Pavaka fire desirous of consuming me.
Mbh.2.1.16 At the same time, O Danava, I do not wish to frustrate thy intentions.
Mbh.2.1.28 O monarch of the Bharata race, that great son of Diti then recited unto the sons of Pandu the history of the Danava Vrisha-parva, and that foremost of artists then, having rested awhile, set himself after much thoughtful planning to build a palace for the illustrious sons of Pandu.
Mbh.2.1.29 Agreeably to the wishes of both Krishna and the sons of Pritha, the illustrious Danava of great prowess, having performed on an auspicious day the initial propitiatory rites of foundation and having also gratified thousands of well-versed Brahmanas with sweetened milk and rice and with rich presents of various kinds, measured out a plot of land five thousand cubits square, which was delightful and exceedingly handsome to behold and which was favourable for construction of a building well-suited to the exigencies of every season
Mbh.2.3.66 SECTION III Vaisampayana said, Then Maya Danava addressed Arjuna, that foremost of successful warriors, saying, I now go with thy leave, but shall come back soon.
Mbh.3.16.837 And, O great king, a well-known Danava named Vivindhya, a mighty warrior wielding a large and powerful bow, encountered Charudeshna!
Mbh.3.16.842 And the Danava struck with that weapon, fell down on the ground a lifeless corpse!
Mbh.3.22.1106 And after that brave warrior was slain, the disheartened Danava women fled in all directions, exclaiming Oh!
Mbh.3.39.2031 And as the god of gods approached Pritha's son of blameless deeds, he beheld a wonderful sight, even that of a Danava named Muka, seeking, in the form of a boar, to slay Arjuna.
Mbh.3.98.5149 Then, O monarch, all those kings looking at one another, together spoke unto the Rishis saying, O Brahmana, there is a Danava of the name Ilwala who of all persons on earth, is possessed of enormous wealth.
Mbh.3.171.8597 And when the Danava hosts had been destroyed, all their females began to bewail in that city, like unto cranes in autumn.
Mbh.3.201.10370 And endued with immeasurable energy, that Danava, O king, dwelleth under the ground, and, O king, it behoveth thee to retire into the woods, having first slain that Asura.
Mbh.3.203.10433 And thus addressed by the Grandsire, the Danava placed the feet of the Deity on his head and having thus touched with reverence the Deity's feet he went away and possessed of mighty energy and prowess.
Mbh.3.203.10443 And Dhundhu, O king, was lying covering the western region of the desert and surrounded on all sides by the sons of Kuvalaswa, the Danava was assaulted with sharp-pointed shafts and maces and heavy and short clubs and axes and clubs, with iron spikes and darts and bright and keen-edged swords, and thus assaulted, the mighty Danava rose from his recumbent posture in wrath.
Mbh.3.203.10445 And, O thou best of the Bharatas, when all those sons of king Kuvalaswa were consumed by the fire emitted by the Asura in wrath, the monarch, possessed as he was of mighty energy, then approached the Danava who, like unto a second Kumbhakarna of mighty energy, had come to the encounter after waking from his slumbers.
Mbh.3.230.11657 Then the Danava host, struck with panic at that charge of the celestials on the field of battle, wavered at that shower of various weapons.
Mbh.3.230.11661 Then the Asuras, drums struck up and their shrill bugles were sounded; and the Danava chiefs yelled their terrific war-cry.
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.3.279.13647 I am lord also of many Danava and Daitya ladies!
Mbh.4.23.1029 And seeing him crushed all over by Bhima, like a Danava by Indra, they proceeded to take him outside, for performing his funeral obsequies.
Mbh.5.100.4700 Here in these regions called Patala, it hath been built with great care by the divine artificer, and planned by the Danava Maya.
Mbh.6.45.2266 Thereupon the son of Yudhishthira, in exceeding wrath, mangled Suvala's son in that combat, with sharp arrows, like Maghavat mangling a Danava.
Mbh.6.62.3370 And the mighty-armed Bhimasena endued with great strength, slaying elephants with his mace, wandered over the field, like the slayer of Vritra among the Danava host.
Mbh.6.95.5011 Drawing his large bow, he pierced the son of Drona with many winged arrows, like Sakra in days of old, O king, piercing the invincible Danava Viprachitti, that terror of the celestials, who, moved by anger frightened the three worlds by his energy.
Mbh.6.102.5426 Soon then those two foremost of car-warriors, man and Rakshasa, on their cars, encountered each other, like a god and Danava.
Mbh.7.11.403 In childhood, he also slew with his two bare arms, the Danava, in the form of a bull, of terrible deeds, and risen like Death himself unto all the kine.
Mbh.7.11.416 Slaying in battle the Danava named Panchajanya living in the depths of Patala, Hrishikesa obtained the celestial conch called Panchajanya.
Mbh.8.26.1125 Indeed, he routed the son of Prishata like Indra routing the Danava Namuci.
Mbh.8.34.1764 At that time the illustrious Rudra was employed in eyeing the Danava city.
Mbh.8.60.3498 When encountering each other in battle, O Partha, like a celestial and a Danava in the great battle between the gods and the Asuras, let all the Kauravas behold thy prowess.
Mbh.12.165.9874 The Danava host, however, beholding that foremost of all beings, the indestructible Rudra, swelling with might, became stupefied and began to tremble.
Mbh.12.222.13473 Sakra said, Thou art now, O Danava, born as an ass subsisting on chaff as thy food.
Mbh.12.226.13849 Prithu, Aila, Maya, Bhima, Naraka, Samvara, Aswagriva, Puloman, Swarbhanu, whose standard was of immeasurable height, Prahlada, Namuchi, Daksha, Vipprachitti, Virochana, Hrinisheva, Suhotra, Bhurihan, Pushavat, Vrisha, Satyepsu, Rishava, Vahu, Kapilaswa, Virupaka, Vana, Kartaswara, Vahni, Viswadanshtra, Nairiti, Sankocha, Varitaksha, Varaha, Aswa, Ruchiprabha, Viswajit, Pratirupa, Vrishanda, Vishkara, Madhu, Hiranyakasipu, the Danava Kaitabha, and many others that were Daityas and Danavas and Rakshasas, these and many more unnamed, belonging to remote and remoter ages, great Daityas and foremost of Danavas, whose names we have heard, indeed, many foremost of Daityas of former times, having gone away, leaving the Earth.
Mbh.12.278.17037 Unto Vritra, when in days of old he was reft of sovereignty, his preceptor Usanas said, I hope, O Danava, that in consequence of thy defeat thou dost not cherish any grief'
Mbh.12.279.17090 Listen, O Danava, by what means creatures attached to acts and those unattached to them attain the causes that lead to their respective states of mind
Mbh.12.279.17092 I shall, in their due order, discourse to thee, O puissant Danava, as to how creatures betake themselves to action and how they give up action
Mbh.12.279.17108 O Danava!
Mbh.12.280.17278 The Danava has now lost his coolness.
Mbh.12.339.21944 I shall then subjugate the two gods worshipped of all the deities, viz, Maheshwara and Mahasena, who will become fond of the Danava Vana and do him diverse good offices and who will exert themselves vigorously for that worshipper of theirs
Mbh.12.339.21945 Vanquishing next the son of the Danava Vali, viz, Vana, who will be endued with a thousand arms, I shall next destroy all the inhabitants of the Danava city called Saubha
Mbh.12.339.21946 I shall next, O foremost of Brahmanas, compass the death of Kalayavana, a Danava who will be endued with great might in consequence of his being equipt with the energy of Gargya
Mbh.13.14.960 He who took his birth as the Danava named Hiranyakashipu, whose strength was so great that he could shake the very mountains of Meru, succeeded in obtaining from Mahadeva the puissance belonging to all the deities and enjoyed it for ten millions of years.
Mbh.13.14.972 Gratified with another Danava named Vidyutprabha, Mahadeva granted to him the sovereignty of the three worlds.
Mbh.13.14.973 That Danava remained the sovereign of the three worlds for a hundred thousand years.
Mbh.13.14.976 The Master without birth, of all creatures further gave the Danava the region known by the name of Kusadwipa for his kingdom.
Mbh.13.149.12526 Truth whose soul is equable in consequence of His thorough impartiality, He that has been measured by His worshippers, He that is always equal, being above all change or modification, He that never refuses to grant the wishes of His worshippers, He whose eyes are like the petals of the lotus, He whose acts are always characterised by Righteousness or He who is always engaged in granting the wishes of those that are devoted to Him, He that is of the form of Righteousness CIV, CXIII; He that destroys all creatures or their pains, the Many headed, He that upholds the universe, He that is the source of the universe, He who is of pure or spotless fame, the Immortal One He that is Eternal and Fixed, He that is possessed of beautiful limbs, or, He the ascension unto whom is the best of all acts, He who has such knowledge having penance for its indication that He is able to agitable Prakriti for evolving the universe out of her CXIV, CXXII; He that goes everywhere in the sense of pervading all things as their cause, the Omniscient One, He that blazes forth in unmodified effulgence, He whose troops are everywhere in the form of devoted associates, or He at whose very sight the Danava troops are scattered in all directions.
Mbh.13.155.12937 At that time the Danava king Vali was performing a Horse-sacrifice in the nether regions.
Mbh.14.59.2734 Govinda entered his residence after a long absence, having accomplished feats of great difficulty like Vasava amid the Danava host.
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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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