Durvasa

Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 21 Feb 2010 18:00 and updated at 21 Feb 2010 18:00

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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.1.2.353 Those that follow are called respectively Suka-prasna-abhigamana, Brahma-prasnanusana, the origin of Durvasa, the disputations with Maya.
Mbh.1.2.394 Here also is recited the story of Durvasa; then the abduction by Jayadratha of Draupadi from the asylum; the pursuit of the ravisher by Bhima swift as the air and the ill-shaving of Jayadratha's crown at Bhima's hand.
Mbh.1.67.3553 One day she had to wait upon the wrathful ascetic of rigid vows, Durvasa by name, acquainted with truth and fully conversant with the mysteries of religion.
Mbh.1.111.6109 Once she gratified by her attentions the terrible Brahmana of rigid vows, who was known by the name of Durvasa and was well-acquainted with the hidden truths of morality.
Mbh.1.111.6120 Surya Sun replied, I know that Durvasa hath granted this boon.
Mbh.1.122.6568 One day I gratified with my attentions that Brahmana whom people call Durvasa, of mind under full control and possessing knowledge of all the mysteries of religion.
Mbh.1.123.6589 And she offered without loss of time, sacrifices unto the god and began to duly repeat the formula that Durvasa had imparted to her some time before.
Mbh.1.224.10987 He is known by the name of Durvasa.
Mbh.1.224.10993 Having heard these words of that illustrious king, Rudra summoned Durvasa before him and said.
Mbh.1.224.10994 This, O Durvasa, is that best of monarchs called Swetaki.
Mbh.1.224.10996 And the Rishi Durvasa said unto Rudra, So be it'
Mbh.2.7.325 And Parasara and Parvata and Savarni and Galava; and Sankha, and the Muni, Gaursiras, and Durvasa, and Krodhana and Swena and the Muni Dhirghatamas; and Pavitrapani, Savarni, Yajnavalkya and Bhaluki; and Udyalaka, Swetaketu, and Tandya, and also Bhandayani; and Havishmat, and Garishta, and king Harischandra; and Hridya, Udarshandilya.
Mbh.2.11.436 And Agastya of great energy, and Markandeya, of great ascetic power, and Jamadagni and Bharadwaja, and Samvarta, and Chyavana, and exalted Durvasa, and the virtuous Rishyasringa, the illustrious Sanatkumara of great ascetic merit and the preceptor in all matters affecting Yoga; Asita and Devala, and Jaigishavya acquainted with truth; Rishava, Ajitasatru, and Mani of great energy; and the Science of healing with its eight branches, all in their personified forms, O Bharata; the moon with all the stars and the stellar conjunctions; Aditya with all his rays; the winds; the Sacrifices, the Declarations of purpose in sacrifices, the Vital principles, these illustrious and vow-observing beings in their personified forms, and many others too numerous to mention, attend all upon Brahma in that mansion.
Mbh.3.82.4035 One should next proceed, O best of the Bharata, unto the tirtha known by the name of Varadana, where the Rishi Durvasa had given a boon unto Vishnu.
Mbh.3.258.12642 And, O king, it came to pass that having heard of the virtuous Mudgala observant of vows, the Muni Durvasa, having space alone for his covering his accoutrements worn like that of maniac, and his head bare of hair, came there, uttering, O Pandava various insulting words.
Mbh.3.258.12654 In this way, Durvasa having made up his mind, during successive seasons presented himself for six several times before that best of sages living according to the Unchha mode; yet that Muni could not perceive any agitation in Mudgala's heart; and he found the pure heart of the pure-souled ascetic always pure.
Mbh.3.258.12669 Whilst the Muni Durvasa was speaking thus, a celestial messenger appeared before Mudgala, upon a car yoked with swans and cranes, hung with a neat work of bells, scented with divine fragrance, painted picturesquely, and possessed of the power of going everywhere at will.
Mbh.3.260.12762 And while those evil-minded persons were employed in concerting various wicked designs, the virtuous and celebrated ascetic Durvasa, following the bent of his own will, arrived at the city of the Kurus with ten thousand disciples.
Mbh.3.260.12771 And then, O Bharata, the intractable Durvasa said unto him, I have power to grant thee boons.
Mbh.3.260.12782 And having said this to Suyodhana, that great Brahmana, Durvasa, went away in the very same state in which he had come.
Mbh.3.261.12790 SECTION CCLXI Draupadi-harana Parva Vaisampayana said, One day, having previously ascertained that the Pandavas were all seated at their ease and that Krishna was reposing herself after her meal, the sage Durvasa, surrounded by ten thousand disciples repaired to that forest.
Mbh.3.261.12823 Then, O good king, the celebrated Bhimasena quickly went to invite all those Munis, Durvasa and others, who had gone to the nearest stream of transparent and cool water to perform their ablutions.
Mbh.3.261.12826 And turning towards Durvasa, all those ascetics observed, Having bade the king make our meals ready, we have come hither for a bath.
Mbh.3.261.12830 Durvasa replied, By spoiling the repast, we have done a great wrong to that royal sage, king Yudhishthira.
Mbh.3.261.12844 But now ye have not the least fear from the Rishi Durvasa.
Mbh.5.144.6471 Pleased with me, while I was living in the inner apartments of the palace of my father, Kuntibhoja, the holy Durvasa gave me a boon in the form of an invocation consisting of mantras.
Mbh.13.150.12628 Samvarta, Merusavarna, the righteous Markandeya, and Sankhya and Yoga, and Narada and the great Rishi Durvasa, these are endued with severe penance and great self-restraint, and are celebrated over the three worlds.
Mbh.13.158.13194 It was this Krishna, O king, who alone was able to keep the Rishi Durvasa of great energy as a guest for some time in his house.
Mbh.13.159.13271 Formerly, in my house, O son, dwelt the Brahmana Durvasa whose complexion was green and tawny.
Mbh.13.159.13276 Who is there that would cause the Brahmana Durvasa to dwell in his house, doing the duties of hospitality towards him?
Mbh.13.159.13308 There is no physician for a person that has been bitten or burnt by the virulent snake of a Brahmana, As the irresistible Durvasa proceeded on the car, Rukmini tottered on the road and frequently fell down.
Mbh.13.159.13333 Indeed, the Rishi Durvasa, blazing like a fire, said, O Kesava, let thy understanding be always disposed even thus towards the Brahmana'
Mbh.13.160.13344 SECTION CLX Yudhishthira said, It behoveth thee, O slayer of Madhu, to expound to me that knowledge which thou hast acquired through the grace of Durvasa!
Mbh.13.160.13406 The Mahadeva, taking birth as the Brahmana Durvasa of great energy, resided for a long time at Dwaravati in my house.
Mbh.13.160.13414 The holy and illustrious Durvasa is of the complexion of the celestials.
Mbh.13.165.13703 They are Ushango with his uterine brothers, Parivyadha of great energy, Dirghatamas, Gautama, Kasyapa, Ekata, Dwita, Trita, the righteous-souled son of Atri viz, Durvasa, and puissant Saraswat.
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Jijith Nadumuri Ravi
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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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