Gautama

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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.1.8.1130 And Swastyatreya, Mahajana, Kushika, Sankhamekhala, Uddalaka, Katha, and Sweta of great renown, Bharadwaja, Kaunakutsya, Arshtishena, Gautama, Pramati, and Pramati's son Ruru, and other inhabitants of the forest, came there.
Mbh.1.63.3166 And from the seed of Gautama, fallen upon a clump of reeds, were born two that were twins, the mother of Aswatthaman called Kripi, and Kripa of great strength.
Mbh.1.104.5842 And having married her, the illustrious Dirghatamas, for the expansion of Utathya's race, begat upon her several children with Gautama as their eldest.
Mbh.1.104.5869 And at the command of their mother, the wicked Gautama and his brothers, those slaves of covetousness and folly, exclaiming, Indeed, why should we support this old man,
Mbh.1.123.6648 The sons of Kadru Nagas, the son of Vinata, the Gandharvas, the lords of the creation, and the seven great Rishis, viz, Bharadwaja, Kasyapa, Gautama, Viswamitra, Jamadagni, Vasishtha, and the illustrious Atri who illumined the world of old when the Sun was lost, all came there.
Mbh.1.129.6963 Meanwhile, the king Dhritarashtra, beholding the Kuru princes passing their time in idleness and growing naughty, appointed Gautama as their preceptor and sent them unto him for instruction.
Mbh.1.129.6964 Born among a clump of heath, Gautama was well-skilled in the Vedas and it was under him also called Kripa that the Kuru princes began to learn the use of arms
Mbh.1.130.6968 Vaisampayana said, O king, the great sage Gautama had a son named Saradwat.
Mbh.1.130.6970 O oppressor of foes, the son of Gautama exhibited great aptitude for the study of the science of weapons, but none for the other sciences.
Mbh.1.130.6972 Gautama the son of Gotama by his aptitude for the science of weapons and by his austerities made Indra himself greatly afraid of him.
Mbh.1.130.6973 Then, O thou of Kuru's race, the chief of the gods summoned a celestial damsel named Janapadi and sent her unto Gautama, saying, Do thy best to disturb the austerities of Gautama'
Mbh.1.133.7069 SECTION CXXXIII Sambhava Parva continued Vaisampayana said, Arrived at Hastinapura, that best of Brahmanas, the son of Bharadwaja, continued to live privately in the house of Gautama Kripa.
Mbh.1.144.7781 Neither Bhishma, nor Drona, nor Kshattri, nor Gautama Kripa will ever sanction the exile of the Pandavas.
Mbh.2.4.119 Janghabandhu, Raibhya, Kopavega, and Bhrigu: Harivabhru, Kaundinya, Vabhrumali, and Sanatana, Kakshivat, and Ashija, Nachiketa, and Aushija, Nachiketa, and Gautama; Painga, Varaha, Sunaka, and Sandilya of great ascetic merit: Kukkura, Venujangha, Kalapa and Katha, these virtuous and learned Munis with senses and souls under complete control, and many others as numerous, all well-skilled in the Vedas and Vedangas and conversant with rules of morality and pure and spotless in behaviour, waited on the illustrious Yudhishthira, and gladdened him by their sacred discourses.
Mbh.2.7.328 And Sahadeva, and Sunitha, and Valmiki of great ascetic merit; and Samika of truthful speech, and Prachetas ever fulfilling their promises, and Medhatithi, and Vamadeva, and Pulastya, Pulaha and Kratu; and Maruta and Marichi, and Sthanu of great ascetic merit; and Kakshivat, and Gautama, and Tarkhya, and also the Muni Vaishwanara; and the Muni Kalakavrikhiya and Asravya, and also Hiranmaya, and Samvartta, and Dehavya, and Viswaksena of great energy; and Kanwa, and Katyayana, O king, and Gargya, and Kaushika, all are present there along with the celestial waters and plants; and faith, and intelligence, and the goddess of learning, and wealth, religion, and pleasure; and lightning.
Mbh.2.11.435 And Daksha, Prachetas, Pulaha, Marichi, the master Kasyapa, Bhrigu, Atri, and Vasistha and Gautama, and also Angiras, and Pulastya, Kraut, Prahlada, and Kardama, these Prajapatis, and Angirasa of the Atharvan Veda, the Valikhilyas, the Marichipas; Intelligence, Space, Knowledge, Air, Heat, Water, Earth, Sound, Touch, Form, Taste, Scent; Nature, and the Modes of Nature, and the elemental and prime causes of the world, all stay in that mansion beside the lord Brahma.
Mbh.2.17.764 One day the king heard that the high-souled Chanda-kausika, the son of Kakshivat of the illustrious Gautama race, having desisted from ascetic penances had come in course of his wanderings to his capital and had taken his seat under the shade of a mango tree.
Mbh.2.21.906 It was here that the illustrious Gautama of rigid vows begat on the Sudra woman Ausinari the daughter of Usinara Kakshivat and other celebrated sons.
Mbh.2.21.907 That the race sprung from Gautama doth yet live under the sway of an ordinary human race of monarchs is only evidence of Gautama's kindness to kings.
Mbh.2.21.908 And, O Arjuna, it was here that in olden times the mighty monarchs of Anga, and Vanga and other countries, came to the abode of Gautama, and passed their days in joy and happiness.
Mbh.2.47.1947 Drona of great prowess and wielding the large bow along with his son, Radha's son Karna, the great warrior Gautama Kripa, myself with my brothers and king Saumadatti, these are thy allies.
Mbh.2.69.3030 And Bhishma and Drona and the learned Gautama loudly cried, Swashti!
Mbh.2.72.3133 Vaisampayana continued, Then Drona, Somadatta and Valhika, Gautama, Vidura, the son of Drona, and the mighty son of Dhritarashtra by his Vaisya wife, Bhurisravas, and Bhishma, and that mighty warrior Vikarna, all said, Let not the play commence.
Mbh.3.1.15 And the citizens learning of their departure became overwhelmed with sorrow, and began to censure Bhishma and Vidura and Drona and Gautama.
Mbh.3.84.4525 Then should one proceed to the favourite wood of the Brahmarshi Gautama.
Mbh.3.85.4733 Those foremost of Rishis, Valmiki, and Kasyapa, and Atreya, and Kundajathara, and Viswamitra, and Gautama, and Asita, and Devala, and Markandeya, and Galava, and Bharadwaja, and Vasishtha, and the Muni Uddalaka, and Saunaka with his son, and Vyasa, that best of ascetics, and Durvasas, that foremost of Munis, and Javali of great austerities, all these illustrious Rishis endued with wealth of asceticism, are staying in expectation of thee.
Mbh.3.184.9165 Atri replied, I am informed, O virtuous one, by the high-souled Gautama, that Vainya is a pious prince, devoted to the cause of truth; but there are Brahmanas about his persons who are jealous of me; and as Gautama hath told me this, I do not venture to go there, for while there, if I were to advise what is good and calculated to secure piety and the fulfilment of one's desires, they would contradict me with words unproductive of any good.
Mbh.3.184.9170 To him the Rishi Gautama, of great ascetic merit, then indignantly replied saying, Atri, do not repeat this nonsense.
Mbh.3.184.9173 Then, O, great prince, Atri said to Gautama, As Indra, the lord of all creatures, ruleth over our destinies, so doth this king!
Mbh.3.184.9176 Gautama replied, I know I am not mistaken; it is thou who art labouring under a misconception in this matter.
Mbh.3.184.9182 And then Gautama, addressing that assembly of great Munis said, Listen, O great Brahmanas, to the point in dispute between us.
Mbh.3.296.14623 And Gautama said, I have studied all the Vedas with their branches, and I have acquired great ascetic merit.
Mbh.3.296.14654 Gautama then said, Thou knowest not then the cause of thy father's sudden restoration to sight.
Mbh.3.296.14661 At these words of Gautama Savitri said, It is as ye surmise.
Mbh.4.57.2194 And seeing Gautama thrown off his place, the slayer of hostile heroes, the descendant of the Kuru race, out of regard for his opponent's dignity, ceased to discharge his shafts at him.
Mbh.4.57.2195 Then regaining his proper place, Gautama quickly pierced Savyasachin with ten arrows furnished with feathers of the Kanka bird.
Mbh.4.57.2199 And as soon as his bow had been cut off by Partha, Gautama took up another and stringed it in a trice.
Mbh.5.55.3089 Kripa also, hath taken his birth from the great Rishi Gautama.
Mbh.5.167.7563 Born among a clump of heath as the son of that great sage, viz, the preceptor Gautama, otherwise called Saradwat, he is invincible like Kartikeya himself.
Mbh.5.197.8799 Gautama Kripa indicated twice that period, as hath been heard by us.
Mbh.5.197.8810 Ganga's son knoweth not that weapon; nor Drona nor Gautama Kripa; nor Drona's son, O king!
Mbh.6.20.963 And Saradwat's son, that fighter in the van that high-souled and mighty bowman, called also Gautama, conversant with all modes of warfare, accompanied by the Sakas, the Kiratas, the Yavanas, and the Pahlavas, took up his position at the northern point of the army.
Mbh.6.43.2105 Understanding, however, what he intended to say, Gautama Kripa replied to him, saying, I am incapable of being slain, O king.
Mbh.6.43.2110 Hearing, O king, these words of Gautama, and paying him due honours, the king proceeded thither where the ruler of the Madra was.
Mbh.6.45.2251 Vrihadkshatra also shrouded the infuriate son of Gautama with an arrowy downpour.
Mbh.6.85.4462 Chekitana of the Vrishni race, in the very sight of all the troops, covered with his shafts Gautama, that foremost of car-warriors.
Mbh.6.85.4467 The foremost of all wielders of the mace, Chekitana, with that hero-slaying mace of his, slew the steeds of Gautama and then felled his charioteer.
Mbh.6.85.4468 Then Gautama, standing on the ground, shot sixteen arrows at Chekitana.
Mbh.6.85.4470 Thereat, Chekitana excited with rage, once more hurled his mace, desirous of slaying Gautama, like Purandara desirous of slaying Vritra.
Mbh.6.85.4471 Then Gautama with many thousands of arrows checked that huge mace, endued with the strength of adamant, that was coursing towards him.
Mbh.6.85.4472 Then Chekitana, O Bharata, drawing his sabre from the sheath, rushed with great speed towards Gautama.
Mbh.6.85.4473 Thereupon Gautama also, throwing away his bow, and taking up a polished sabre, rushed with great speed towards Chekitana.
Mbh.6.85.4479 And so also the brave Sakuni, thy brother-in-law, O monarch, speedily caused Gautama, that foremost of car-warriors, to mount on his car.
Mbh.6.97.5167 Meanwhile, Ganga's son, and Bhagadatta, and that mighty car-warrior, viz, Gautama, began to resist Arjuna, that impetuous son of Pandu.
Mbh.6.102.5460 Gautama in return, excited with wrath, quickly pierced him of Madhu's race in the chest with nine arrows winged with the feathers of the Kanka bird.
Mbh.6.102.5463 Thereupon that foremost of car-warriors, viz, Sini's grandson, abandoning Gautama, rushed in battle towards Drona's son like Rahu in the firmament against the Moon.
Mbh.6.114.6202 Then Gautama, that foremost of car-warriors, taking up another bow, angrily pierced Bhima with ten sharp shafts.
Mbh.6.114.6203 Pierced with those ten shafts like a huge elephant with the hook, the valiant Bhimasena, O king, filled with wrath, struck Gautama in that battle with many shafts.
Mbh.6.114.6223 Bhima, however, in that battle, having pierced Salya with nine arrows made wholly of iron, and Bhagadatta with three, and Kritavarman with eight, pierced each of the others with Gautama at their head, with two arrows.
Mbh.7.155.8353 This earth then, with her seas, will remain subject to the chief of the Kurus, O Gautama, without costing him any efforts.
Mbh.7.155.8355 Knowing this, I indulge in these roars, O Gautama!
Mbh.7.155.8361 As regards this also, O Gautama, listen to what I say.
Mbh.7.167.9008 Then Gautama, foremost of men, taking up another bow, O king, covered Sikhandin with a large number of whetted shafts.
Mbh.7.188.10373 Beholding Drona stationed on the field for the extermination of the Kshatriya race, the Rishis Viswamitra, and Jamadagni, and Bharadwaja, and Gautama, and Vasishtha, and Kasyapa, and Atri, and the Srikatas, the Prisnis, Garga, the Valkhilyas, the Marichis, the descendants of Bhrigu and Angiras, and diverse other sages of subtle forms quickly came thither, with the Bearer of sacrificial libations at their head, and, desirous of taking Drona unto the region of Brahman, addressed Drona, that ornament of battle, and said, Thou art fighting unrighteously.
Mbh.8.7.209 Sharadvata's son called Gautama, O king, endued with mighty arms and capable of fighting with diverse weapons in diverse beautiful ways, taking up a beautiful and large bow capable of bearing great strain, stayeth on the field, desirous of battle.
Mbh.8.26.1101 Checked by the mighty son of Gautama, Prishata's son, O Bharata, could not advance even one step.
Mbh.8.26.1104 Will Dhrishtadyumna today escape from the hands of Gautama?
Mbh.8.26.1108 The preceptor Gautama, endued with great lightness of hands, is ever victorious in battle.
Mbh.8.26.1112 Struck in that battle by the illustrious Gautama, Dhrishtadyumna, greatly stupefied, knew not what to do.
Mbh.8.26.1123 Beholding the car, O sire, of Dhrishtadyumna speedily moving away from that spot, Gautama followed it, shooting hundreds of shafts.
Mbh.8.54.3052 Then Shikhandi, filled with rage, speedily proceeded against the grandson of Gautama Kripa and poured upon that bull amongst Brahmanas his arrowy downpours from all sides.
Mbh.8.54.3066 The grandson of Gautama Kripa then quickly cut off with his arrows the shield of Prishata's son, that was decked with hundred moons.
Mbh.8.54.3072 Meanwhile Suketu, O king, piercing the son of Gautama with nine arrows, once more pierced him with seventy and again with three.
Mbh.8.54.3074 The grandson of Gautama then, filled with rage, took up a new and very strong bow and struck Suketu with thirty arrows in all his vital limbs.
Mbh.9.8.489 On the right was Gautama Kripa with the Sakas and the Yavanas.
Mbh.9.11.685 The preceptor Gautama Kripa once more fearlessly fought with Dhrishtadyumna, both exerting themselves with great care.
Mbh.9.21.1360 The heroic Gautama, excited with rage in that battle, pierced the mighty sons of Draupadi with many straight shafts.
Mbh.9.34.2513 With their penances, vows, and self-restraint, their sire Gautama, who was ever devoted to virtue, became highly and always pleased with them.
Mbh.9.34.2514 Having obtained great joy in consequence of his sons, the adorable Gautama, after passing a long life here, went at last to the region in the other world that was fit for him.
Mbh.9.34.2515 Those kings, however, O monarch, that had been the Yajamanas of Gautama, continued to worship Gautama's sons after the sire had proceeded to heaven.
Mbh.9.34.2516 Amongst them, however, Trita, by his acts and study of the Vedas, O king, became the foremost, even like his sire Gautama.
Mbh.9.34.2517 Then all the highly blessed ascetics, characterised by righteousness, began to worship Trita as they had worshipped his sire Gautama before him.
Mbh.10.3.201 I shall tonight, O son of Gautama, cut off with my sharp sword, in battle, the sleeping sons of the Pancalas and the Pandavas.
Mbh.10.10.751 During the night, O king, thy camp has been exterminated by the cruel Kritavarma, and Kripa, the son of Gautama, and the sinful Ashvatthama!
Mbh.12.47.2294 Surrounded by Vyasa conversant with the Vedas by the celestial Rishi Narada, by Devasthana, by Asmaka Sumantu, by Jaimini, by the high-souled Paila, by Sandilya, by Devarata, by Maitreya of great intelligence, by Asita and Vasishtha and the high-souled Kausika, by Harita and Lomasa and Atri's son of great intelligence, by Vrihaspati and Sukra and the great sage Chyavana, by Sanatkumara and Kapila and Valmiki and Tumvuru and Kuru, by Maudgalya and Rama of Bhrigu's race, and the great sage Trinavindu, by Pippalada and Vayu and Samvarta and Pulaha and Katha, by Kasyapa and Pulastya and Kratu and Daksha and Parasara, by Marichi and Angiras and Kasmya and Gautama and the sage Galava, by Dhaumya and Vibhanda and Mandavya and Dhaumra and Krishnanubhautika, by Uluka, that foremost of Brahmanas and the great sage Markandeya, by Bhaskari and Purana and Krishna and Suta, that foremost of virtuous persons, surrounded by these and many other highly-blessed sages of great souls and possessed of faith and self-restraint and tranquillity of mind, the Kuru hero looked like the Moon in the midst of the planets and the stars.
Mbh.12.49.2658 Dadhivahana's grandson and Diviratha's son was concealed and protected on the banks of Ganga by the sage Gautama.
Mbh.12.165.9828 That religion was accepted by the gods, with their preceptors, priests, the Adityas, the Vasus, the Rudras, the Sadhyas, the Maruts, the Aswins, Bhrigu, Atri, Angiras, the Siddhas, Kasyapa rich in penances, Vasishtha, Gautama, Agastya, Narada, Parvata, the Valikhilya Rishis, those other Rishis known under the names of Prabhasas, the Sikatas, the Ghritapas, the Somavayavyas, the Vaiswanaras, Marichipas, the Akrishtas, the Hansas, those born of Fire, the Vanaprasthas, and the Prasnis.
Mbh.12.167.10073 Indeed, Gautama began to live happily in that commodious house which the robber assigned to him.
Mbh.12.167.10077 Every day, like the other robbers residing there, Gautama, O king, went into the woods and slaughtered wild cranes in abundance.
Mbh.12.167.10084 Of a humble disposition, frugal in fare, devoted to the Brahmanas, thoroughly conversant with the Vedas, and observant of Brahmacharya vows, that Brahmana had been a dear friend of Gautama and belonged to that part of the country from which Gautama had emigrated.
Mbh.12.167.10085 In course of his wanderings, as already said, the Brahmana came to that robber village where Gautama had taken up his abode.
Mbh.12.167.10088 At last that foremost of Brahmanas came to the house owned by Gautama.
Mbh.12.167.10089 It so happened that just at that time Gautama also, returning from the woods, was entering his abode.
Mbh.12.167.10099 Thus addressed by that well-meaning friend of his, O king, Gautama answered him in great affliction of heart, saying, O foremost of regenerate ones, I am poor.
Mbh.12.168.10107 SECTION CLXIX Bhishma said, After that night had passed away and that best of Brahmanas had left the house, Gautama, issuing from his abode, began to proceed towards the sea, O Bharata!
Mbh.12.168.10119 Other winged denizens of the air, called Bharundas, and having faces resembling those of human beings, and those called Bhulingas, and others belonging to mountainous regions and to the sea, warbled sweetly there, Gautama proceeded through that forest, listening, as he went, to those delightful and charming strains of nature's choristers.
Mbh.12.168.10125 Beholding that charming and unrivalled spot, abounding with flowering trees, sacred, and looking like the abode of a very celestial, Gautama became very much delighted.
Mbh.12.168.10127 As he sat there, O son of Kunti, a delicious, charming, and auspicious breeze, bearing the perfume of many kinds of flowers, began to blow softly, cooling the limbs of Gautama and filling him with celestial pleasure, O monarch!
Mbh.12.168.10137 Beholding that bird arrived at that spot, Gautama became filled with wonder.
Mbh.12.169.10145 SECTION CLXX Bhishma said, Hearing these sweet words, Gautama became filled with wonder.
Mbh.12.169.10152 Indeed, the son of Kasyapa offered, for the acceptance of his guest Gautama a blazing fire and certain large fishes.
Mbh.12.169.10155 The man answered, saying, I am a Brahmana known by the name of Gautama' and then remained silent.
Mbh.12.169.10157 Gautama laid himself down on it, and felt great happiness.
Mbh.12.169.10158 When Gautama had laid himself down, the eloquent son of Kasyapa, who resembled Yama himself in his knowledge of duties, asked him a bout the cause of his arrival there.
Mbh.12.169.10159 Gautama answered him, saying, I am, O large-souled one, very poor.
Mbh.12.169.10173 Thus addressed, O king, Gautama cheerfully set out from that place, eating on the way, to his fill, fruits sweet as ambrosia.
Mbh.12.169.10179 The chief received Gautama very gladly.
Mbh.12.169.10180 The king of the Rakshasas then, O Yudhishthira, commanded his attendants, saying, Let Gautama be soon brought hither from the gate'
Mbh.12.169.10181 At the command of the king, certain persons, quick as hawks, issued from the splendid palace of their ruler, and proceeding to the gate accosted Gautama.
Mbh.12.170.10189 SECTION CLXXI Bhishma said, Led into a spacious apartment, Gautama was introduced to the king of the Rakshasas.
Mbh.12.170.10197 Gautama said, I belong by birth to the Middle country.
Mbh.12.170.10212 This Gautama also shall be entertained with them and I shall give wealth unto him too.
Mbh.12.170.10214 Gautama has come hither as a guest.
Mbh.12.170.10237 Gautama also, having taken up a heavy quantity of gold without any loss of time, went away.
Mbh.12.170.10240 While Gautama was resting there, that best of birds viz, Rajadharman, O king, came there.
Mbh.12.170.10241 Devoted to friends, he gladdened Gautama by bidding him welcome.
Mbh.12.170.10243 Possessed of great intelligence, he worshipped Gautama, and made arrangements for his food.
Mbh.12.170.10244 Having eaten and refreshed himself, Gautama began to think, Heavy is this load that I have taken of bright gold, moved by covetousness and folly.
Mbh.12.171.10264 Gautama, who came here, is without Vedic studies and destitute of Brahmanic splendour.
Mbh.12.171.10269 That Gautama has gone to the abode of my friend.
Mbh.12.171.10275 Weeping with grief, the son of the intelligent king of the Rakshasas, ran with great speed and to the utmost of his power, for seizing Gautama.
Mbh.12.171.10277 Taking the captive with them, the Rakshasas returned with great speed to Meruvraja, and showed the king the mutilated body of Rajadharman, and that ungrateful and singing wretch, viz, Gautama.
Mbh.12.172.10307 In consequence of these words of the Grandsire, the prince of cranes, though slain by Gautama, has come back to life, through the virtue of the nectar with which his body was drenched'
Mbh.12.172.10308 After Indra had become silent, Rajadharman, having bowed unto the chief of the celestials, said O first of gods, if thy heart be inclined towards me for grace, then let my dear friend Gautama be restored to life'
Mbh.12.172.10309 Hearing these words of his, Vasava, O foremost of men, sprinkled nectar over the Brahmana Gautama and restored him to life.
Mbh.12.172.10310 The prince of cranes, approaching his friend Gautama, who still bore on his shoulders the load of gold that he had got from the king of the Rakshasas embraced him and felt great joy.
Mbh.12.172.10311 Rajadharman, that prince of cranes, dismissing Gautama of sinful deeds, together with his wealth, returned to his own abode.
Mbh.12.172.10314 Gautama also, returning to his home in the village of the hunters, begot many sinful children upon his Sudra wife.
Mbh.12.207.12592 Atreya, and Vasishtha, and the great Rishi Kasyapa, and Gautama, Bharadwaja, and Viswamitra, the son of Kusika, and the illustrious son of the high-souled Richika, viz, Jamadagni, these seven live in the north.
Mbh.12.225.13747 Even if he falls away from his position like Gautama in his old age, in consequence of the direct calamity, he does not suffer himself to be stupefied
Mbh.12.265.16069 There was once a man of great wisdom, of the name of Chirakarin, who was the son of Gautama.
Mbh.12.265.16074 On a certain occasion, witnessing an act of great fault in his wife, the sire Gautama passing over his other children, commanded in wrath this Chirakarin, saying, Slay thou this woman'
Mbh.12.265.16075 Having said these words without much reflection, the learned Gautama, that foremost of persons engaged in the practice of Yoga, that highly blessed ascetic, departed for the woods.
Mbh.12.265.16189 Indulging in such repentance, O king, the great Rishi Gautama then beheld his son Chirakarin sitting near him.
Mbh.12.265.16190 Beholding his sire come back to their abode, the son Chirakarin, overwhelmed with grief, cast away the weapon he had taken up and bowing his head began to pacify Gautama.
Mbh.12.265.16197 Then, filled with joy and contented with what had occurred, Gautama, O thou of great wisdom, addressed his son and said these words, Blessed be thou, O Chirakaraka!
Mbh.12.265.16206 Thus, O Bharata, was Gautama pleased with his son, O thou of Kuru's race, for that act of delay on the latter's part in doing the former's bidding.
Mbh.12.265.16215 As regards Gautama of austere penances, that Rishi, having adored the deities for a long while in that retreat of his, at last ascended to heaven with his son
Mbh.12.318.19884 I have heard discourses on this subject from Jaigishavya, Aista, Devala, the regenerate sage Parasara, the intelligent Varshaganya, Bhrigu, Panchasikha Kapila, Suka, Gautama, Arshtisena, the high-souled Garga, Narada, Asuri, the intelligent Paulastya, Sanatkumara, the high-souled Sukra, and my sire Kasyapa.
Mbh.12.342.22398 In consequence of his licentious assault on Ahalya, Indra was cursed by Gautama, her husband, through which Indra got a green beard on his face.
Mbh.13.17.2128 Thou art Gautama the founder of the science of dialectics.
Mbh.13.17.2764 Tandi communicated it to Sukra, and Sukra of Bhrigu's race communicated it to Gautama.
Mbh.13.17.2765 Gautama in his turn, O descendant of Madhu, communicated it to Vaivaswata-Manu.
Mbh.13.25.3420 Once on a time, Gautama of rigid vows, approaching the great and learned Rishi Angiras endued with tranquillity of soul, while he was dwelling in a forest, questioned him, saying, O illustrious one, I have some doubts regarding the merits attaching to sacred waters and shrines.
Mbh.13.25.3499 Angiras possessed of great ascetic merit, had imparted this discourse to Gautama.
Mbh.13.33.4047 Some are as mild and soft in disposition as cotton like Gautama and others.
Mbh.13.41.4472 O Sakra, does it not still dwell in thy remembrance, that Gautama had cursed thee in consequence of which thy body became disfigured with a thousand sex-marks, which, owing to the Rishi's compassion, were afterwards changed into organs of vision?
Mbh.13.66.6269 Apastamva of great intelligence, and Kankha and Likhita, and the great Rishi Gautama have all ascended to heaven by having made gifts of sesame seeds.
Mbh.13.93.8278 Kasyapa and Atri and Vasishtha and Bharadwaja and Gautama and Viswamitra and Jamadagni, and the chaste Arundhati the wife of Vasishtha, all had a common maidservant whose name was Ganda.
Mbh.13.93.8330 Gautama said, All the objects that exist in the world are incapable of gratifying even a single person.
Mbh.13.93.8382 Gautama said, This man bath not like us only three pieces of covering made of Kusa grass, and a single Ranku-skin, each of which again, is three years old.
Mbh.13.94.8550 There were Sakra and Angiras and Kavi of great learning and Agastya and Narada and Pravata; and Bhrigu and Vasishtha and Kasyapa and Gautama and Viswamitra and Jamadagni, O king!
Mbh.13.94.8577 Gautama said, Let him who has stolen thy stalks live, displaying pride in all things, with an understanding that does not see all creatures with an equal eye, and always yielding himself to the influence of desire and wrath!
Mbh.13.102.9060 In this connection is cited the old narrative of the discourse, O son, between the ascetic Gautama and Vasava.
Mbh.13.102.9061 A certain Brahmana of the name of Gautama, mild and self-restrained and with all his senses under complete control, beheld an infant elephant that had lost his mother and that was exceedingly cheerless on that account.
Mbh.13.102.9065 Beholding the elephant dragged away, the great ascetic Gautama of rigid vows addressed king Dhritarashtra and said, O ungrateful Dhritarashtra, do not rob me of this elephant.
Mbh.13.102.9074 Gautama said, Keep, O king, thy kine and maid-servants and coins of gold and various gems and diverse other kinds of wealth!
Mbh.13.102.9079 Do thou cease obstructing me in this way, O Gautama'
Mbh.13.102.9080 Gautama said, O illustrious king, repairing even to that region of Yama where the righteous live in joy and the sinful in grief, I shall take from thee this my elephant'
Mbh.13.102.9083 Gautama said, The region of Yama is such that men are there controlled.
Mbh.13.102.9092 Gautama said, The region, called Mandakini, of king Vaisravana is attained by those highly blessed persons for whom are every joy and comfort.
Mbh.13.102.9097 Gautama said, If thou repairest to those delightful woods decked with flowers, that stand on the summit of Meru, that echo with melodious voice of Kinnaris, and that are graced with beautiful Jamvus of wide-spreading branches, I shall proceed even thither and force thee to yield up this elephant to me'
Mbh.13.102.9102 Gautama said, If thou proceedest to the woods owned by Narada and held dear by him, that are adorned with flowers and that echo with the melodious songs of the prince of Kinnaras, and that are the eternal abode of Gandharvas and Apsaras, I shall follow thee thither and force thee to yield up this elephant to me'
Mbh.13.102.9106 Gautama said, If thou goest to that region where the Uttara-Kurus blaze in beauty and pass their days in gladness, O king, in the company of the very deities, where those beings that have their origin in fire, those that have their origin in water, and those having their origin in mountains, reside in happiness, and where Sakra raineth down the fruition of every wish, and where women live in perfect freedom, unrestrained by rules of any kind regulating their conduct of motions, and where there is no feeling of jealousy between the sexes, if thou repairest thither, even thither shall I proceed and force thee to yield up this elephant to me'
Mbh.13.102.9110 Gautama said, Next to these blaze in beauty those eternal regions, redolent with excellent perfumes, that are free from passions of every kind and that are destitute of sorrow.
Mbh.13.102.9116 Gautama said, Next to these blaze in beauty other regions that are eternal, free from passion and darkness and sorrow, and that lie at the foot of the high-souled deity of the Sun.
Mbh.13.102.9121 Gautama said, Next to those are the eternal regions that blaze in beauty, that are redolent with excellent perfumes, that are free from passion, and that are free from every sorrow.
Mbh.13.102.9127 Gautama said, Above them are the regions of Indra, free from passion and sorrow, that are difficult of access and coveted by all men.
Mbh.13.102.9132 Gautama said, Above the Heavens are the regions of the Prajapatis of superior felicity abounding in every happiness, and divested of sorrow.
Mbh.13.102.9137 Gautama said, Next to those, blaze in beauty those eternal regions, redolent with delicious perfumes, free from passion, and transcending all sorrow.
Mbh.13.102.9144 Gautama said, Next to these are regions where there is no fear of the least cold or heat, no hunger, no thirst, no pain, no sorrow, no joy, no one that is agreeable or disagreeable, on friend, and on enemy: where decrepitude and death are not, and where there is neither righteousness nor sin.
Mbh.13.102.9148 Gautama said, There where the foremost of Rathantaras is sung, where altars are strewn with the sacred Kusa blades, for the performance of Pundarika sacrifices, there where Soma-drinking Brahmanas go on vehicles drawn by excellent steeds proceeding even thither I shall force thee to yield up this elephant.
Mbh.13.102.9156 Gautama said, Do thou give me, O chief of the deities, this elephant that is of white complexion and that is so young, for it is only ten years of age.
Mbh.13.102.9164 Gautama said, O chief of the deities, I do always think of thy good!
Mbh.13.102.9172 Bhishma continued, Having said these words, the wielder of the thunderbolt, taking Gautama with him and placing him before, along with his son, viz, that elephant, proceeded to heaven, that is difficult of attainment by even the righteous.
Mbh.13.102.9173 He who would listen to this history every day or would recite it, restraining his senses the while, proceedeth after death to the region of Brahman even as Gautama himself
Mbh.13.106.9721 Chyavana and Jamadagni and Vasishtha and Gautama and Bhrigu, all these great Rishis endued with the virtue of forgiveness, have attained to heaven through observance of fasts.
Mbh.13.153.12833 The illustrious Purandara, in consequence of his having coveted the body of Ahalya, was cursed by Gautama, yet, for the sake of Righteousness and wealth, the Rishi did not destroy outright the chief of the deities.
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.
Mbh.14.35.1389 In days of old, the Rishis Vrihaspati and Bharadwaja, and Gautama and Bhargava, and Vasishtha and Kasyapa, and Viswamitra, and Atri, assembled together for the purpose of asking one another.
Mbh.14.56.2498 Indeed, Gautama was highly pleased with the self-restraint and purity of behaviour that characterised Utanka, and with his acts of prowess and the services he rendered to him.
Mbh.14.56.2500 In consequence, however, of his great affection for Utanka, Gautama could not permit him to leave his retreat.
Mbh.14.56.2513 With a gratified heart, Gautama then said unto the regenerate Utanka, Why, O son, is thy mind so afflicted with grief today?
Mbh.14.56.2520 Gautama said, Through my love and affection for thee, and in consequence of thy dutiful services to me, a long time has elapsed without my knowing it, O foremost of Brahmanas.
Mbh.14.56.2526 Gautama said.
Mbh.14.56.2533 At these words of Gautama, Utanka once again became a youth and accepted that famous maiden for his wife.
Mbh.14.56.2548 Gautama meanwhile said unto his wife, Utanka is not to be seen today'
Mbh.14.56.2550 At this, Gautama said, Thou hast not acted wisely.
Mbh.14.56.2554 Thus addressed by her, Gautama said, Let it be so'
Mbh.14.58.2647 Desirous of doing what was agreeable to the wife of his preceptor, he took the ear-rings with him and set out with great speed for reaching the retreat of Gautama.
Mbh.14.58.2684 Thou didst it often at the retreat of Gautama in former days'
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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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