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Mbh.1.1.41 The mystery which is threefold, the Vedas, Yoga, and Vijnana Dharma, Artha, and Kama, also various books upon the subject of Dharma, Artha, and Kama; also rules for the conduct of mankind; also histories and discourses with various srutis; all of which having been seen by the Rishi Vyasa are here in due order mentioned as a specimen of the book.
Mbh.1.1.92 Their mothers, in order that the ordinances of the law might be fulfilled, admitted as substitutes to their embraces the gods Dharma, Vayu, Sakra, and the divinities the twin Aswins.
Mbh.1.1.147 When I heard that Dharma the god of justice having come under the form of a Yaksha had proposed certain questions to Yudhishthira then, O Sanjaya, I had no hope of success.
Mbh.1.2.368 In this parva is also narrated the birth of Bhishma uniting in himself portions of the energies of the other Vasus, his renunciation of royalty and adoption of the Brahmacharya mode of life, his adherence to his vows, his protection of Chitrangada, and after the death of Chitrangada, his protection of his younger brother, Vichitravirya, and his placing the latter on the throne: the birth of Dharma among men in consequence of the curse of Animondavya; the births of Dhritarashtra and Pandu through the potency of Vyasa's blessings and
Mbh.1.2.388 Then hath been described the history of king Mandhata; then the history of prince Jantu; and how king Somaka by offering up his only son Jantu in sacrifice obtained a hundred others; then the excellent history of the hawk and the pigeon; then the examination of king Sivi by Indra, Agni, and Dharma; then the story of Ashtavakra, in which occurs the disputation, at the sacrifice of Janaka, between that Rishi and the first of logicians, Vandi, the son of Varuna; the defeat of Vandi by the great Ashtavakra, and the release by the Rishi of his father from the depths of the ocean.
Mbh.1.2.396 Here also is narrated the story of Savitri; then Karna's deprivation by Indra of his ear-rings; then the presentation to Karna by the gratified Indra of a Sakti missile weapon which had the virtue of killing only one person against whom it might be hurled; then the story called Aranya in which Dharma the god of justice gave advice to his son Yudhishthira; in which, besides is recited how the Pandavas after having obtained a boon went towards the west.
Mbh.1.2.511 This Parva treats of rules in detail and of Dharma and Artha; then the rules of charity and its merits; then the qualifications of donees, and the supreme ride-regarding gifts.
Mbh.1.2.558 Observing the illustrious Yudhishthira's steady adherence to virtue, Dharma the god of justice abandoning his canine form showed himself to the king.
Mbh.1.2.562 Then Dharma and Indra showed Yudhishthira the region appointed for sinners.
Mbh.1.2.573 Vyasa of immeasurable intelligence, has spoken of the Mahabharata as a treatise on Artha, on Dharma, and on Kama.
Mbh.1.9.1154 Sauti said, Then the king of Gandharvas the father of Pramadvara and the celestial messenger, both of excellent qualities, went to the god Dharma the Judge of the dead and addressed him, saying, If it be thy will, O Dharmaraja, let the amiable Pramadvara, the betrothed wife of Ruru, now lying dead, rise up with a moiety of Ruru's life'
Mbh.1.36.2011 Brahman said, O Sesha, O best of snakes, thou art the god Dharma, because alone, with thy huge body, thou supportest the Earth with everything on her, even as I myself, or Valavit Indra, can'
Mbh.1.41.2176 If thou destroy Dharma, verily Dharma will destroy thee.
Mbh.1.62.2972 Why also did Yudhishthira, that foremost of all virtuous men, the son of Dharma himself, fully acquainted with all duties, suffer that excess of affliction?
Mbh.1.62.2993 This history is the high and sacred science of Dharma, Artha, and also of Moksha; it hath been so said by Vyasa himself of mind that is immeasurable.
Mbh.1.63.3089 And beholding that a swift hawk was resting very near to him, the king, acquainted with the subtle truths of Dharma and Artha, went unto him and said, Amiable one, carry thou this seed semen for my wife Girika and give it unto her.
Mbh.1.63.3151 He thereupon summoned Dharma and told him these words, In my childhood I had pierced a little fly on a blade of grass, O Dharma!
Mbh.1.63.3155 And because the killing of a Brahmana is more heinous than that of any other living thing, therefore, hast thou, O Dharma, been sinful.
Mbh.1.63.3157 And for that curse Dharma was born a Sudra in the form of the learned Vidura of pure body who was perfectly sinless.
Mbh.1.63.3178 And Yudhishthira was born of the seed of Dharma Yama, the god of justice; and Bhima of the wolf's stomach was born of Marut the god of wind, and Dhananjaya, blessed with good fortune and the first of all wielders of weapons, was born of Indra; and Nakula and Sahadeva, of handsome features and ever engaged in the service of their superiors, were born of the twin Aswins.
Mbh.1.66.3324 And Daksha bestowed, according to the sacred ordinance, ten of his daughters on Dharma, twenty-seven on Chandra the Moon, and thirteen on Kasyapa.
Mbh.1.66.3325 Listen as I recount the wives of Dharma according to their names.
Mbh.1.66.3327 These are the wives of Dharma as appointed by the Self-create.
Mbh.1.66.3353 And the illustrious Dharma, the dispenser of all happiness, assuming a human countenance, came out through the right breast of Brahman.
Mbh.1.66.3354 And Ahasta Dharma hath three excellent sons capable of charming every creature.
Mbh.1.67.3524 And, O monarch, learn that king Yudhishthira was a portion of Dharma; that Bhimasena was of the deity of wind; that Arjuna was of Indra, the chief of the celestials; and that Nakula and Sahadeva, the handsomest beings among all creatures, and unrivalled for beauty on earth, were similarly portions of the twin Aswins.
Mbh.1.71.3744 Even Dharma himself might fall off from his course but an ascetic of rigid vows can never fall off so.
Mbh.1.74.3901 I do not remember having any connection with thee in respect of Dharma, Kama and Arthas.
Mbh.1.74.3918 The Sun, the Moon, the Air, the Fire, the Earth, the Sky, Water, the heart, Yama, the day, the night, both twilights, and Dharma, all witness the acts of man.
Mbh.1.75.4122 And he bestowed ten of his daughters on Dharma, and thirteen on Kasyapa.
Mbh.1.95.5317 By Dharma she had Yudhishthira; by Maruta, Bhima: and by Sakra, Arjuna.
Mbh.1.126.6774 He adopted the Brahmacharya mode of life, but for some inscrutable purpose the gods have in view, this his eldest son, Yudhishthira, was born there, begotten by Dharma himself.
Mbh.1.153.8034 Oh, she who hath brought forth these sons by Dharma and Indra and Maruta, she who hath ever slept within palaces, now sleepeth, fatigued, on the bare ground!
Mbh.1.172.8826 O tiger in Kuru's race, O son of Pritha, I also know Dharma, Vayu, Sakra, the twin Aswins, and Pandu, these six perpetuators of Kuru race, these excellent celestials and human progenitors of you all.
Mbh.1.198.9862 But let the gods Dharma, Vayu, Maghavat, and the twin Aswins beget us upon our would-be mother.
Mbh.2.4.115 And when the Kuru king entered the palatial sabha having also worshipped the gods with various kinds of music and numerous species of excellent and costly perfumes, the athletes and mimes and prize-fighters and bards and encomiasts began to gratify that illustrious son of Dharma by exhibiting their skill.
Mbh.2.13.510 Indeed, shaking off both anger and arrogance, Yudhishthira always said, Give unto each what is due to each, and the only sounds that he could hear were, Blessed be Dharma!
Mbh.2.13.511 Blessed be Dharma!
Mbh.2.30.1317 I know all thy purpose, as also those of the son of Dharma Yudhisthira.
Mbh.2.32.1409 And after the ceremony of installation was over, that foremost of men, the virtuous king Yudhishthira the just like the god Dharma himself in human frame, entered the sacrificial compound, surrounded by thousands of Brahmanas and his brothers and the relatives and friends and counsellors, and by a large number of Kshatriya kings who had come from various countries, and by the officers of State.
Mbh.2.33.1425 And the son of Dharma worshipped all those illustrious monarchs as they deserved.
Mbh.2.36.1523 Indeed, the reputation for virtue that the son of Dharma hath acquired, hath been acquired by him without cause, for who would offer such undue worship unto one that hath fallen off from virtue.
Mbh.2.57.2315 And coming to the palace which was even like unto the mansion of Kuvera himself, the virtuous Vidura approached Yudhishthira, the son of Dharma.
Mbh.2.66.2752 The illustrious son of Dharma is now bound by the obligations of morality.
Mbh.2.66.2858 And while Yajnaseni was crying aloud to Krishna, also called Vishnu and Hari and Nara for protection, the illustrious Dharma, remaining unseen, covered her with excellent clothes of many hues.
Mbh.2.66.2861 And, O exalted on, owing to the protection of Dharma, hundreds upon hundreds of robes of many hues came off Draupadi's person.
Mbh.2.68.2964 Let the illustrious son of Dharma, always adhering to virtue, who is even like Indra, himself declare whether he is not thy lord.
Mbh.2.78.3344 SECTION LXXIX Vaisampayana said, As soon as Vidura endued with great foresight came unto him king Dhritarashtra, the son of Amvika, timidly asked his brother, How doth Yudhishthira, the son of Dharma, proceed along?
Mbh.3.3.242 Thou art Vivaswan, Mihira, Pusha, Mitra, and Dharma.
Mbh.3.12.614 O slayer of all foes, having floated on the primordial waters, thou subsequently becamest Hari and Brahma and Surya and Dharma, and Dhatri and Yama and Anala and Vasu, and Vaisravana, and Rudra, and Kala and the firmament the earth, and the ten directions!
Mbh.3.23.1138 O Dharma'
Mbh.3.23.1146 O illustrious one, leaving that peerless palace built by Maya, which possesseth the splendour of the palace of the celestials themselves, and is like unto a celestial illusion, ever guarded by the gods, where dost thou go, O son of Dharma'
Mbh.3.24.1153 Thus addressed by Yudhishthira, Dhananjaya replied unto the son of Dharma, after reverencing the illustrious king as if he were his spiritual preceptor.
Mbh.3.81.3942 And the illustrious Rishi Narada, accepting that worship, comforted the son of Dharma in proper terms.
Mbh.3.81.3944 At this, the royal son of Dharma bowing with his brothers unto Narada, who was the revered of the celestials, told him with joined hands, O thou that art highly blessed and worshipped by all the worlds when thou art gratified with me, I regard all my wishes in consequence of thy grace, as already fulfilled, O thou of excellent vows!
Mbh.3.84.4383 SECTION LXXXIV Pulastya said, Then, O great king, one should proceed to the excellent tirtha of Dharma, where the illustrious god of justice had practised highly meritorious austerities.
Mbh.3.84.4491 Proceeding then to Brahma-sara that is adorned by the woods of Dharma, and passing one night there, a man attaineth to the region of Brahma.
Mbh.3.84.4512 There, O foremost of warriors, dwelleth Dharma for aye.
Mbh.3.84.4515 By entering that beautiful asylum capable of soothing fatigue and sorrow, one earneth the merit of the Gavayana sacrifice, and by touching the image of Dharma which is there, one obtaineth the fruit of the horse-sacrifice.
Mbh.3.84.4592 Repairing next to the sacred tirtha called Dharma that is visited by Brahmarshis, one acquireth the merit of the Vajapeya sacrifice and becometh respected in heaven.
Mbh.3.144.7336 Then having purified himself and restrained his senses, that son of Dharma, the intelligent Yudhishthira of exceeding energy, accompanied by his brothers, approached those sages.
Mbh.3.161.8189 And, O son, Yudhishthira, even as by reason of your being the progeny of spiritual intercourse, Jishnu is entitled to the protection of Mahendra, and Vrikodara, of the Wind-god, and thou, of Dharma, and the twins possessed of strength, of the Aswins, so ye all are entitled to my protection.
Mbh.3.166.8303 SECTION CLXVI Vaisampayana continued, When Sakra had gone to his proper place, Vibhatsu together with his brothers and Krishna, paid homage unto the son of Dharma.
Mbh.3.175.8749 Vaisampayana continued, Then having learnt that intention of theirs, the magnanimous and excellent son of Dharma, versed in religion and profit, and of immeasurable prowess, went round Vaisravana's abode.
Mbh.3.218.11091 Sanju's wife was called Satya, she was of matchless beauty and she sprang from Dharma righteousness for the sake of truth.
Mbh.3.230.11719 Soma, the Maruta, Dharma, Vayu, the prince of mountains, and Indra, for all time.
Mbh.3.234.11849 Received with respect by that chief of the Kurus, the old king, the Brahmana took his seat; and asked by the monarch he began to talk of the sons of Dharma, Pavana, Indra and of the twins, all of whom having fallen into severe misery, had become emaciated and reduced owing to exposure to wind and sun.
Mbh.3.234.11862 The son of Dharma never acteth sinfully; Dhananjaya also always obeyeth him; but Bhima's wrath, in consequence of a life of exile, is increasing like a conflagration assisted by the wind!
Mbh.3.264.12897 The high-souled son of Dharma is fond of guests and will surely be delighted to see you'
Mbh.3.268.13022 With a complexion like that of pure gold, possessed of a prominent nose and large eyes, and endued with a slender make, that husband of mine is known among people by the name of Yudhishthira, the son of Dharma and the foremost of the Kuru race.
Mbh.3.268.13040 And that hero skilled in weapons and possessed of intelligence and wisdom, and intent on doing what is agreeable to the son of Dharma, that favourite and youngest born of the Pandavas, is my husband Sahadeva!
Mbh.3.270.13144 Then the kind-hearted king Yudhishthira, the son of Dharma, beholding Jayadratha in that condition, almost supported by Arjuna, said unto him, Thou art a free man now; I emancipate thee!
Mbh.3.311.15224 And beholding his brothers lying dead, the mighty armed son of Dharma with heart racked in anxiety, began to lament profusely, saying, Thou hadst, O mighty-armed Vrikodara, vowed, saying, I shall with mace smash the thighs of Duryodhana in battle!
Mbh.3.311.15239 Having thus bewailed much in this strain, the virtuous Yudhishthira, the son of Dharma or Tapu, restrained his soul and began to reflect in his mind as to who had slain those heroes.
Mbh.3.311.15286 Yudhishthira answered, Brahma maketh the Sun rise: the gods keep him company: Dharma causeth him to set: and he is established in truth
Mbh.3.312.15552 That man who pursueth this illustrious and fame-enhancing story of the revival of the Pandavas and the meeting of father and son Dharma and Yudhishthira, obtaineth perfect tranquillity of mind, and sons and grandsons, and also a life extending over a hundred years!
Mbh.3.313.15562 Having said this, that pure-spirited son of Dharma king Yudhishthira, overwhelmed with grief and with accents choked in tears, swooned away.
Mbh.4.72.2836 And after the marriage had taken place, Yudhishthira, the son of Dharma, gave away unto the Brahmanas all the wealth that had been brought by Krishna of unfading glory.
Mbh.5.50.2844 SECTION L Dhritarashtra said, What did that Pandava king, the son of Dharma, say, O Sanjaya, after hearing that a large force hath been assembled here for gladdening us?
Mbh.5.60.3279 And from parental affection, Dharma.
Mbh.5.61.3292 Indeed, if Agni, or Vayu, or Dharma, or Indra, or the Aswins had ever engaged themselves in works from worldly desire, then the sons of Pritha could never have fallen into distress.
Mbh.5.61.3305 The Aswins, Vayu, Agni, Indra with the Maruts, and Dharma will not venture to protect my foes.
Mbh.5.74.3729 Even as, when Dharma became extinct, Kali was born in the race of Asuras flourishing with prosperity and blazing with energy, so was born Udavarta among the Haihayas.
Mbh.5.90.4218 The Pandavas themselves have observed their vow with such truthfulness sticking to Dharma that they are incapable of being defeated by their enemies.
Mbh.5.90.4226 I bow unto Dharma that upholds the creation.
Mbh.5.90.4227 If Dharma be not a myth, then, O Krishna, thou wilt surely achieve all that the invisible voice said.
Mbh.5.105.4890 Vishnu himself, and Vayu and Dharma, and the Aswins, these gods are thy enemies.
Mbh.5.106.4912 In ancient times, in order to test Viswamitra, who was then engaged in ascetic austerities Dharma personally came to him, having assumed the form of the Rishi, Vasishtha.
Mbh.5.106.4922 And after a hundred years had passed away, Dharma, again assuming the form of Vasishtha, came to Kausika from desire of eating.
Mbh.5.106.4923 And beholding the great Rishi Viswamitra, who was endued with high wisdom, standing there with that food on his head, himself subsisting all the while on air, Dharma accepted that food which was still warm and fresh.
Mbh.5.106.4926 And at those words of Dharma, Viswamitra divested of Kshatriyahood because endued with the status of a Brahmana and was filled with delight.
Mbh.5.108.4980 That quarter towards which Surya the illuminator of the universe first riseth; where, at eve, the Sadhyas engage in their ascetic austerities; where that Intelligence, which pervades the whole universe first springeth; where the two eyes of Dharma, as well as he himself, are stationed; where the clarified butter first poured in sacrifice subsequently flowed all around; that quarter, O best of all regenerate persons, is the gate of Day and Time.
Mbh.5.111.5088 It is in this region, O foremost of Brahmanas, that those illustrious and truth-speaking Munis called by the name of Dharma, guard the source of the Ganges.
Mbh.5.112.5107 SECTION CXII Galava said, O Garuda, O slayer of foremost snakes, O thou of beautiful feathers, O son of Vinata, carry me, O Tarkhya, to the east where the two eyes of Dharma are first opened.
Mbh.5.117.5285 And the royal sage then sported with her, as Surya with Prabhavati, Agni with Swaha, Vasava with Sachi, Chandra with Rohini, Yama with Urmila, Varuna with Gauri, Kuvera with Riddhi, Narayana with Lakshmi, Sagara with Jahnavi, Rudra with Rudrani, the Grandsire with Saraswati, Vasishtha's son Saktri with Adrisyanti, Vasishtha with Arundhati called also Akshamala, Chyavana with Sukanya, Pulastya with Sandhya, Agastya with the princess of Vidarbha Lopamudra, Satyavan with Savitri, Bhrigu with Puloma, Kasyapa with Aditi, Richika's son Jamadagni with Renuka, Kusika's son Viswamitra with Himavati, Vrihaspati with Tara, Sukra with Sataprava, Bhumipati with Bhumi, Pururavas with Urvasi, Richika with Satyavati, Manu with Saraswati, Dushyanta with Sakuntala, the eternal Dharma with Dhriti, Nala with Damayanti, Narada, with Satyavati, Jaratkaru with Jaratkaru, Pulastya with Pratichya, Urnayus with Menaka, Tumvuru with Rambha, Vasuki with Satasirsha, Dhananjaya with Kamari, Rama with the princess of Videha Sita, or Janardana with Rukmini.
Mbh.5.122.5430 By that truth, ascend thou to heaven; that truth for which Dharma, that truth for which agni, that truth for which he of a hundred sacrifices, have each been gratified with me, by that truth ascend thou to heaven'
Mbh.5.128.5680 Thinking so, the Lord of all creatures, Parameshthin, commanded Dharma, saying, Binding fast, the Daityas and the Danavas, make them over to Varuna'
Mbh.5.128.5681 Thus addressed, Dharma, at the command of Parameshthin, binding the Daityas and the Danavas, made them over to Varuna.
Mbh.5.148.6678 Keeping virtue in front, let Yudhishthira, the son of Dharma, guided by king Dhritarashtra and urged by Santanu's son, rule for many long years this kingdom of the Kurus lawfully obtainable by him
Mbh.5.162.7295 Having said these words unto king Yudhishthira, the son of Dharma, Uluka, turning his face then towards Jishnu, said unto him these words, Fight without bragging, O Arjuna!
Mbh.5.164.7471 Uluka, then, O king, thinking permission of Yudhishthira, the son of Dharma, went thither where king Suyodhana was.
Mbh.5.199.8840 SECTION CXCIX Vaisampayana said, Like Duryodhana, king Yudhishthira also, the son of Kunti and Dharma, ordered out, O Bharata, his heroic warriors headed by Dhrishtadyumna.
Mbh.6.58.3044 Then the son of Dharma and two other sons of Pandu by Madri, in the very sight of the whole army, began to grind the division of Drona.
Mbh.6.82.4292 And Yudhishthira, the son of Dharma, proceeded against king Srutayush.
Mbh.6.85.4450 Thereupon Yudhishthira, the son of Dharma, blazed up with wrath, like the fire that blazeth forth at the end of the Yuga for consuming creatures.
Mbh.6.85.4460 After that great bowman had been vanquished in combat by the son of Dharma, all the troops of Duryodhana, O king, turned their faces.
Mbh.6.85.4461 Having, O monarch, achieved this feat, Yudhishthira, the son of Dharma, began to slay thy troops like Death himself with wide-open mouth.
Mbh.6.108.5776 Hearing these words of his, and describing the situation in detail, Krishna, from compassion, said these words in reply for comforting Yudhishthira, O son of Dharma, O thou that art firm in truth, do thou not indulge in sorrow, thou that hast these invincible heroes, these slayers of foes, for thy brothers.
Mbh.6.117.6382 The ruler of the Madras, in return, displaying his prowess for the sake of Bhishma, afflicted the son of Dharma, that mighty car-warrior, in battle.
Mbh.7.17.763 Thus, O monarch, I will, without doubt, bring Yudhishthira, the son of Dharma, along with his followers, under control.
Mbh.7.23.1171 The standards of the five sons of Draupadi bore on them the excellent images of Dharma, Marut, Sakra, and the twin Aswins.
Mbh.7.41.2020 Then, O monarch, the valiant son of Dharma, aiming Jayadratha's bow, cut it off with a polished and well-tempered shaft, smiling the while.
Mbh.7.59.2706 The very gods, with Indra at their head used to come to him regarding him as Dharma himself.
Mbh.7.77.3366 If Arjuna dies, how will the son of Dharma succeed in recovering his kingdom?
Mbh.7.80.3570 Then one of the orderlies in charge of the doors, cased in mail, youthful in years, decked with ear-rings, and his sword hanging by his side, entering the private apartment, knelt down on the ground, and saluting with a bend of his head the monarch who deserved every adoration, represented unto that high-souled and royal son of Dharma that Hrishikesa was waiting to be introduced.
Mbh.7.82.3612 Then all the friends and well-wishers of the Pandavas, commanded by the son of Dharma, quickly and carefully proceeded to battle, their hearts filled with rage against the foe.
Mbh.7.103.4801 Then Drona, that grinder of Kshatriyas, throwing aside that broken bow, hurled with great force, O sire, a mace at the son of Dharma.
Mbh.7.123.6077 They will say that, Yudhishthira, the son of Dharma, having enquired after his brother, leaves Satyaki of Vrishni's race, that hero of unfailing prowess, to his fate'
Mbh.7.123.6096 Yudhishthira, the son of Dharma, having settled this in his mind, addressed his charioteer and said, Take me to Bhima'
Mbh.7.124.6154 Hearing those loud and terrible blasts, capable of filling the three Worlds with fear, the son of Dharma once more addressed Bhimasena, saying, There, the Vrishni hero is fiercely blowing his conch.
Mbh.7.125.6253 Hearing then that roar of Bhimasena, as also that of Phalguna armed with the bow, Yudhishthira, the son of Dharma, O king, became highly gratified.
Mbh.7.125.6256 While the fierce Bhima was thus roaring, the mighty-armed Yudhishthira, the son of Dharma, that foremost of virtuous men, smilingly reflected a while and thus worded the thoughts that inspired his heart, O Bhima, thou hast truly sent me the message.
Mbh.7.128.6384 Yudhishthira, the son of Dharma, having prevailed over Bhishma and Drona, did not fear anybody else so much as the bowman Karna.
Mbh.7.139.6953 Hearing that thou hast been slain by me, the royal son of Dharma, who caused thee to penetrate into this host, will today be covered with shame.
Mbh.7.140.7032 Shalt thou not have to say unto Yudhishthira, the royal son of Dharma, even this, viz, Bhurisravas, while otherwise engaged, was slain by me in battle'
Mbh.7.143.7434 Yudhishthira, the son of Dharma, bearing that tremendous shout understood that the ruler of the Sindhus had been slain by the high-souled Phalguna.
Mbh.7.146.7635 SECTION CXLVIII Sanjaya said, After the ruler of the Sindhus had been slain by Partha, Krishna, repairing unto the king, viz, Yudhishthira, the son of Dharma, worshipped the latter with a gladdened heart.
Mbh.7.154.8259 Then the Pot-born, striving to accomplish his vow and desirous also for thy son's good, to slay the son of Dharma, invoked into existence, O Bharata, the Aindra and the Prajapatya weapons.
Mbh.7.155.8327 Yudhishthira, the son of Dharma is devoted to the Brahmanas.
Mbh.7.157.8527 Today, the royal son of Dharma with all the Somakas, beholding my prowess, will regard the whole world to be filled with Aswatthamans.
Mbh.7.162.8795 He then covered the son of Dharma with a hundred arrows in that encounter.
Mbh.7.162.8799 The mighty car-warrior Kritavarman, then, having vanquished Yudhishthira, the son of Dharma, once more began to protect the wheel of Drona's car
Mbh.7.171.9235 Thus addressed by Yudhishthira, Partha said unto Krishna, The royal son of Dharma is frightened today by the prowess of Karna.
Mbh.7.187.10323 When the engagement became general ant confused, Yudhishthira the son of Dharma, addressing all the foremost of warriors among the Panchalas and the Matsyas, said, They that are our life, they that are our heads, they amongst us that are endued with great strength, those bulls among men are all engaged with the Dhartarashtras.
Mbh.7.198.11281 For accomplishing some purpose, that creator of the universe took his birth as the son of Dharma.
Mbh.8.13.509 Duryodhana rushed against king Yudhishthira the son of Dharma; while Dhananjaya rushed against the angry throngs of the samsaptakas.
Mbh.8.55.3117 The son of Dharma then, O king, taking up another formidable bow, pierced Drona's son with seventy arrows in the arms and the chest.
Mbh.8.55.3140 After Yudhishthira, the son of Dharma, had gone away, the high-souled son of Drona also, O king, left that spot.
Mbh.8.69.4057 Dharma protects and preserves the people.
Mbh.8.69.4058 So it is the conclusion of the Pandits that what maintains is Dharma.
Mbh.8.69.4059 O Partha, I have narrated to you the signs and indications of Dharma.
Mbh.8.69.4078 Even this is what the royal son of Dharma had thought.
Mbh.8.69.4079 For this the son of Dharma does not deserve death.
Mbh.8.71.4223 Then Vasudeva, smiling, said unto the son of Pandu, What would have been thy condition, O Partha, if, observant of virtue thou hadst slain the son of Dharma with thy sharp sword?
Mbh.8.71.4251 Endued with great intelligence, Madhava once more addressed the son of Dharma, saying, O Yudhishthira, it behoveth thee to comfort Vibhatsu, and command him to slaughter Karna of wicked soul.
Mbh.8.74.4515 Today, O Keshava, slaying the son of Radha, with all his kinsmen, I will gladden king Yudhishthira, the son of Dharma.
Mbh.8.96.6098 During the progress of the battle between thyself and Karna, the son of Dharma once came for beholding the field.
Mbh.9.13.774 Satyaki, desirous of rescuing the son of Dharma, pierced Shalya with a hundred arrows and uttered a loud leonine roar.
Mbh.9.13.784 Taking up another bow, that great car-warrior, the son of Dharma, covered Shalya, his steeds, and driver, and standard, and car, with many arrows.
Mbh.9.13.785 Thus shrouded in that battle by the son of Dharma with his shafts, Shalya struck the former with ten keen arrows.
Mbh.9.13.786 Then Satyaki, filled with rage upon beholding the son of Dharma thus afflicted with shafts, checked the heroic ruler of the Madras with clouds of arrows.
Mbh.9.13.789 Bhimasena sped at him a cloth-yard shaft that looked like a blazing snake; Nakula hurled at him a dart, Sahadeva an excellent mace, and the son of Dharma a Sataghni impelled by the desire of despatching him.
Mbh.9.13.803 Then, O king, the royal son of Dharma, in that dreadful battle, quickly cut off with a razor-headed arrow one of the protectors of Shalya's car-wheels.
Mbh.9.17.1004 Protected by Bhimasena, and by the two sons of Madri, and by him of Madhu's race, the royal son of Dharma struck the ruler of the Madras in the centre of the chest with winged arrows of fierce energy.
Mbh.9.17.1016 At this, the illustrious son of Dharma filled with rage, quickly pierced Shalya's chest and then, without losing a moment, struck his golden mail with six shafts.
Mbh.9.17.1023 Having slain the steeds of the king, the high-souled Shalya then began to slay the troops of the royal son of Dharma.
Mbh.9.29.2090 Sanjaya continued, Thus addressed, O monarch, by the intelligent son of Dharma, thy son answered him from within the waters in these words.
Mbh.9.43.3095 The diverse gods, Indra and Vishnu, both of great energy, and Surya and Candramas, and Dhatri, and Vidhatri, and Vayu, and Agni, and Pushan, and Bhaga, and Aryaman, and Ansa, and Vivaswat, and Rudra of great intelligence, and Mitra, and the eleven Rudras, the eight Vasus, the twelve Adityas, the twin Ashvinis, the Viswedevas, the Maruts, the Saddhyas, the Pitris, the Gandharvas, the Apsaras, the Yakshas, the Rakshasas, the Pannagas, innumerable celestial Rishis, the Vaikhanasas, the Valakhilyas, those others among Rishis that subsist only on air and those that subsist on the rays of the Sun, the descendants of Bhrigu and Angiras, many high-souled Yatis, all the Vidyadharas, all those that were crowned with ascetic success, the Grandsire, Pulastya, Pulaha of great ascetic merits, Angiras, Kasyapa, Atri, Marichi, Bhrigu, Kratu, Hara, Prachetas, Manu, Daksha, the Seasons, the Planets, and all the luminaries; O monarch, all the rivers in their embodied forms, the eternal Vedas, the Seas, the diverse tirthas, the Earth, the Sky, the Cardinal and Subsidiary points of the compass, and all the Trees, O king, Aditi the mother of the gods, Hri, Sri, Swaha, Sarasvati, Uma, Sachi, Sinivali, Anumati, Kuhu, the Day of the new moon, the Day of the full Moon, the wives of the denizens of heaven, Himavat, Vindhya, Meru of many summits, Airavat with all his followers, the Divisions of time called Kala, Kashtha, Fortnight, the Seasons, Night, and Day, O king, the prince of steeds, Ucchaisravas, Vasuki the king of the Snakes, Aruna, Garuda, the Trees, the deciduous herbs, and the adorable god Dharma, all came there together.
Mbh.11.1.5 What also did the high-souled Kuru king Yudhishthira, the son of Dharma, do?
Mbh.11.9.392 What also did the Kuru king, the high-souled son of Dharma, do?

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