Desire

Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 21 Feb 2010 15:23 and updated at 21 Feb 2010 15:23

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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.1.66.3355 And they are Sama, Kama, Harsha Peace, Desire, and Joy.
Mbh.1.175.8961 Ever difficult of being conquered by the very immortals, Desire and Wrath, conquered by Vasishtha's ascetic penances, used to shampoo his feet.
Mbh.1.192.9596 Indeed, after those princes of immeasurable energy had looked at Draupadi, the God of Desire invaded their hearts and continued to crush all their senses.
Mbh.2.11.437 Wealth and Religion and Desire, and Joy, and Aversion, and Asceticism and Tranquillity, all wait together upon the Supreme Deity in that palace.
Mbh.3.311.15432 Desire is due to objects of possession, and envy is nothing else than grief of heart'
Mbh.5.34.1654 Desire and anger, O king, break through wisdom, just as a large fish breaks through a net of thin cords.
Mbh.5.42.2269 Desire is, indeed, ignorance and darkness and hell in respect of all creatures, for swayed by it they lose their senses.
Mbh.12.17.741 Desire, which is incapable of gratification, cannot, indeed, be fitted in course of one's whole life.
Mbh.12.166.9933 The king addressing his brothers with Vidura forming the fifth, said, The course of the world rests upon Virtue, Wealth, and Desire.
Mbh.12.166.9935 For subduing the triple aggregate viz, lust, wrath, and covetousness, upon which of the first three viz, Virtue, Wealth, and Desire should the mind be fixed?
Mbh.12.166.9949 Desire, it is said by the wise, is the lowest of the three.
Mbh.12.166.9957 Without Profit or Wealth, both Virtue and the objects of Desire cannot be won.
Mbh.12.166.9960 Virtue and Desire are the limbs of Wealth as the Sruti declares.
Mbh.12.166.9961 With the acquisition of Wealth, both Virtue and the objects of Desire may be won.
Mbh.12.166.9972 If Wealth, which is difficult of acquisition and highly agreeable, be earned, the person that has earned it, without doubt, is seen to obtain all the objects of Desire.
Mbh.12.166.9979 One should first practise Virtue; next acquire Wealth without sacrificing Virtue; and then seek the gratification of Desire, for this should be the last act of one who has been successful in acquiring Wealth'
Mbh.12.166.9982 Bhimasena said, One without Desire never wishes for Wealth.
Mbh.12.166.9983 One without Desire never wishes for Virtue.
Mbh.12.166.9984 One who is destitute of Desire can never feel any wish.
Mbh.12.166.9985 For this reason, Desire is the foremost of all the three.
Mbh.12.166.9986 It is under the influence of Desire that the very Rishis devote themselves to penances subsisting upon fruits, of living upon roots or air only.
Mbh.12.166.9988 Traders, agriculturists, keepers of cattle, artists and artisans, and those who are employed in rites of propitiation, all act from Desire.
Mbh.12.166.9989 Some there are that dive unto the depths of the ocean, induced by Desire.
Mbh.12.166.9990 Desire, indeed, takes various forms.
Mbh.12.166.9991 Everything is pervaded by the principle of Desire.
Mbh.12.166.9992 A man outside the pale of Desire never is, was, or will be, seen in this world.
Mbh.12.166.9994 Both Virtue and Wealth are based upon Desire.
Mbh.12.166.9995 As butter represents the essence of curds, even so is Desire the essence of Profit and Virtue.
Mbh.12.166.9999 Similarly, Desire is better than Virtue and Profit.
Mbh.12.166.10000 As honeyed juice is extracted from flowers, so is Desire said to be extracted from these two.
Mbh.12.166.10001 Desire is the parent of Virtue and Profit.
Mbh.12.166.10002 Desire is the soul of these two.
Mbh.12.166.10003 Without Desire the Brahmanas would never give either sweets or wealth unto Brahmanas.
Mbh.12.166.10004 Without Desire the diverse kinds of action that are seen in the world would never have been seen.
Mbh.12.166.10005 For these reasons, Desire is seen to be the foremost of the triple aggregate.
Mbh.12.166.10007 Desire, O king, should be the foremost of the three with us.
Mbh.12.166.10012 Virtue, Profit, and Desire should all be equally attended to.
Mbh.12.166.10021 He who is not employed in merit or in sin, he who does not attend to Profit, or Virtue, or Desire, who is above all faults, who regards gold and a brick-bat with equal eyes, becomes liberated from pleasure and pain and the necessity of accomplishing his purposes.
Mbh.12.176.10609 Without doubt, O Desire, thy heart is as hard as adamant, since though affected by a hundred distresses, thou does not break into a hundred pieces!
Mbh.12.176.10610 I know thee, O Desire, and all those things that are dear to thee!
Mbh.12.176.10612 O Desire, I know thy root.
Mbh.12.176.10626 Do thou, O Desire, leave me!
Mbh.12.176.10627 Let that Desire which has taken refuge in this my body, this compound of five elements, go whithersoever it chooses and live happily whithersoever it likes
Mbh.12.176.10631 If I continue to be agitated by thee, O Desire, I shall necessarily be without a path by which to effect my deliverance.
Mbh.12.176.10632 Thou, O Desire, art always the progenitor of thirst, of grief, and of fatigue and toil.
Mbh.12.176.10639 Whatever the object, O Desire, upon which thou settest thy heart, thou forcest me to pursue it!
Mbh.12.176.10648 From this day, O Desire, I am incapable of living with thee!
Mbh.12.176.10654 I cast thee off, O Desire, with all the passions of my heart.
Mbh.12.176.10662 Therefore, let Desire, cupidity, thirst, miserliness avoid me.
Mbh.12.176.10664 Having cast off Desire and Cupidity, great is my happiness now.
Mbh.12.176.10667 Truly, he who yields himself up to Desire always suffers misery.
Mbh.12.176.10668 Whatever passions connected with Desire are cast off by a person, all appertain to the quality of Passion.
Mbh.12.176.10669 Sorrow and shamelessness and discontent all arise from Desire and Wealth.
Mbh.12.176.10673 The felicity that results from the gratification of Desire, or that other purer felicity which one enjoys in heaven, does not come to even a sixteenth part of that which arises upon the abandonment of all kinds of thirst!
Mbh.12.198.12064 Virupa said, Know, O king, that we two are Desire and Wrath.
Mbh.12.203.12341 Desire for the objects of the senses keeps away from a person who does not indulge in such desire.
Mbh.12.211.12824 Desire, wrath, error, cupidity, stupefaction, fear, and fatigue, belong to the attribute of Passion.
Mbh.12.216.13109 As a weaver drives his threads into a cloth by means of his shuttle, after the same manner the threads that constitute the fabric of the universe are woven by the shuttle of Desire.
Mbh.12.216.13110 He who properly knows transformations of Prakriti, Prakriti herself and Purusha, becomes freed from Desire and attains to Emancipation
Mbh.12.217.13184 Desire is the water that causes that seed to grow, in this way they explain rebirth.
Mbh.12.238.14746 It is Desire that creates the knowledge.
Mbh.12.238.14747 Desire, however, never creates the three attributes
Mbh.12.239.14788 Desire is conquered by giving up all purposes.
Mbh.12.253.15416 SECTION CCLIV Vyasa said, There is a wonderful tree, called Desire, in the heart of a man.
Mbh.12.257.15602 When the end comes of living creatures, thou shalt despatch Desire and Wrath together against them.
Mbh.12.257.15606 Do thou, therefore, set thy heart upon the task at hand, and addressing Desire and Wrath begin to slay all living creatures'
Mbh.12.257.15608 From that time she began to despatch Desire and Wrath as the last hours of living creatures and through their agency to put a stop to their life-breaths.
Mbh.12.273.16779 Desire, aversion, and lust, one should dispel by patience; error, ignorance, and doubt, by study of truth.
Mbh.12.278.17043 Chained by the bonds of Desire, creatures pass through myriads of intermediate life and fall helplessly into hell
Mbh.12.284.17657 Salutations to thee that art Desire, that art the Giver of all desires, that art the Killer of all desires, and that art the discriminator between the gratified and the ungratified.
Mbh.12.284.17685 Thou art Aversion and thou art Desire: thou art attachment and thou art stupefaction of judgment: thou art Forgiveness and thou art Unforgiveness.
Mbh.12.294.18373 The deities imparted unto him their conjoined energy, and thereupon the great god, with a single shaft, felled on the earth those three Asuras, viz, Desire, Wrath, and Cupidity, who were staying in the firmament, along with their very habitations
Mbh.12.301.18883 They are Desire and Wrath and Fear and Sleep and Breath.
Mbh.12.301.18886 Desire is cut off by casting off all purposes.
Mbh.12.320.20198 Desire is the fifteenth principle, O king.
Mbh.12.321.20395 Having Desire and Wrath and Death for its fierce monsters, and owning birth for its vortex.
Mbh.13.14.1386 Salutations to thee that art the destroyer of the triple city of the Asuras, to thee that art the destroyer of Daksha's sacrifice, to thee that art the destroyer of the body of Kama the deity of Desire, to thee that wieldest the rod of destruction.
Mbh.13.14.1534 Desire, Wrath, Fear, Cupidity, Pride, Stupefaction, and Malice, Pains and Diseases, are, O illustrious one, thy children.
Mbh.13.14.1535 Thou art all acts that creatures do, thou art the joy and sorrow that flow from those acts, thou art the absence of joy and sorrow, thou art that Ignorance which is the indestructible seed of Desire, thou art the high origin of Mind, thou art Puissance, and thou art Eternity
Mbh.13.17.1841 Thou art Kama, the God of Desire.
Mbh.13.17.2000 Thou art he that frees creatures from the effects of all acts belonging to previous lives as well as those accomplished in the present life and from all the bonds due to Ignorance and Desire.
Mbh.13.17.2064 Thou art the deity of Desire.
Mbh.13.17.2651 Thou art the door of Emancipation because of thy identity with the absence of Desire which alone can lead to the merging into Brahman.
Mbh.13.85.7621 Will, or Like, or Desire which is identifiable with Agni sprang in former times and is the most eternal of all creatures.
Mbh.13.148.12410 He is identical with that Kama Desire which exists in every creature and which pervades every existent condition.
Mbh.14.28.1094 Desire and aversion spring from Nature, after the manner of the upward and the downward life-winds when souls have entered animate bodies.
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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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