Hastinapura

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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.1.2.417 It was then that the illustrious Krishna, moved by kindness and a desire for peace, went himself to the Kaurava capital, Hastinapura, for bringing about peace.
Mbh.1.2.421 Then the return of Krishna, the chastiser of enemies from Hastinapura to Upaplavya, and his narration to the Pandavas of all that had happened.
Mbh.1.2.423 Then comes the march from Hastinapura, for battle, of foot-soldiers, horses, charioteers and elephants.
Mbh.1.3.607 And after the sacrifice was concluded returned to Hastinapura, and began to take great pains in searching for a Purohita who could by procuring absolution for his sin, neutralise the effect of the curse.
Mbh.1.3.935 And Utanka, having obtained his master's leave, moved by anger and resolved to avenge himself on Takshaka, proceeded towards Hastinapura.
Mbh.1.3.936 That excellent Brahmana soon reached Hastinapura.
Mbh.1.43.2271 And upon the illustrious Kasyapa's retracing his steps, Takshaka at the proper time speedily entered the city of Hastinapura.
Mbh.1.61.2920 And the Pandavas then went away with their mother from Hastinapura.
Mbh.1.61.2937 And after they became known, those chastisers of all enemies went back to Hastinapura.
Mbh.1.74.3890 These disciples of the Rishi thereupon, saying So be it' went towards the city named after an elephant Hastinapura with Sakuntala and her son ahead of them.
Mbh.1.95.5269 To her was born a son named Hasti who founded this city, which has, therefore, been called Hastinapura.
Mbh.1.95.5326 After some time those five Pandavas were taken by the ascetics of the woods to Hastinapura and there introduced to Bhishma and Vidura.
Mbh.1.95.5339 And there obtaining Draupadi for a wife they returned to Hastinapura.
Mbh.1.95.5345 the sweet-speeched sister of Vasudeva, and returned in happiness to Hastinapura.
Mbh.1.100.5564 And Santanu residing in Hastinapura, the delightful capital of the Kurus, ruled the whole earth bounded by seas.
Mbh.1.100.5629 The king with his heart afflicted by desire returned to Hastinapura, thinking all the way of the fisherman's daughter.
Mbh.1.100.5688 On arriving with her at Hastinapura, he told Santanu everything as it had happened.
Mbh.1.102.5761 That foremost of smiters, viz, Bhishma, after defeating those monarchs, set out with those damsels, for Hastinapura whence the virtuous Kuru prince Vichitravirya ruled the earth like that best of monarchs, viz, his father Santanu.
Mbh.1.109.6081 And beholding the restoration of the extinct line of Santanu, the saying became current in all countries that among mothers of heroes, the daughters of the king of Kasi were the first; that among countries Kurujangala was the first; that among virtuous men, Vidura was the first; that among cities Hastinapura was the first.
Mbh.1.113.6198 And the king of Hastinapura accepting those offerings retraced his steps towards his capital, to the great delight of his subjects.
Mbh.1.113.6200 They who robbed before the Kurus of both territory and wealth have been subjugated by Pandu, the tiger of Hastinapura, and made to pay tribute'
Mbh.1.119.6409 Then summoning his attendants, he commended them, saying, Return ye to Hastinapura and proclaim unto all that Pandu with his wives hath gone into the woods, foregoing wealth, desire, happiness, and even sexual appetite'
Mbh.1.119.6411 Then with hot tears trickling down their cheeks they left the monarch and returned to Hastinapura with speed carrying that wealth with them that was to be distributed in charity.
Mbh.1.126.6756 Vaisampayana continued, Then those godlike Rishis of magnanimous hearts, and crowned with ascetic success, summoning one another, resolved to go to Hastinapura with Pandu's children ahead, desiring to place them in the hands of Bhishma and Dhritarashtra.
Mbh.1.126.6762 And the citizens of Hastinapura, hearing of the arrival of thousands of Charanas and Munis, were filled with wonder.
Mbh.1.128.6824 Then the citizens returned to Hastinapura with the sons of Pandu, now that they had been cleansed from the impurity incident to the demise of their father.
Mbh.1.129.6907 SECTION CXXIX Sambhava Parva continued Vaisampayana said, Meanwhile the Kauravas and the Pandavas, after having thus sported there, set out, without Bhima, for Hastinapura, some on horses, some on elephants, while others preferred cars and other conveyances.
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.1.133.7072 Drona had thus lived privately for some time in the house of Kripa when one day the heroic princes, all in a company, came out of Hastinapura.
Mbh.1.133.7103 Then Bhishma, that foremost of all wielders of arms, adroitly asked him the cause of his arrival at Hastinapura.
Mbh.1.133.7157 I come to Hastinapura to gratify thy wishes.
Mbh.1.145.7803 And sporting there for some time as ye please like the resplendent celestials and enjoying as much pleasure as ye like, return ye to Hastinapura again'
Mbh.1.201.9974 Speaking unto one another thus and blaming Purochana for his carelessness, they then entered the city of Hastinapura, with cheerless and sorrowful hearts.
Mbh.1.201.9976 Then Vidura, having learnt that Draupadi had been won by the Pandavas and that the sons of Dhritarashtra had come back to Hastinapura in shame, their pride humiliated, became filled with joy.
Mbh.1.201.9982 And he commanded that both Draupadi and his son Duryodhana should be brought with pomp to Hastinapura.
Mbh.1.202.10009 Or, let our spies induce the Pandavas to settle in Drupada's dominions, by describing to them, separately, the inconvenience of residing in Hastinapura, so that, separated from as, they may permanently settle in Panchala.
Mbh.1.205.10119 Let the messenger then propose the return of the Pandavas to Hastinapura.
Mbh.1.205.10121 And when they will have arrived at Hastinapura, let those foremost of men be received with affection by thee.
Mbh.1.208.10241 Surrounded by these, those mighty heroes, their splendour enhanced by that throng slowly entered the city of Hastinapura.
Mbh.1.208.10258 Vaisampayana continued, Agreeing to what Dhritarashtra said, those bulls among men worshipping the king set out from Hastinapura.
Mbh.2.32.1417 Then that bull among men, king Yudhishthira despatched Nakula the son of Pandu unto Hastinapura to bring Bhishma and Drona, Dhritarashtra and Vidura and Kripa and those amongst his cousins that were well-disposed towards him
Mbh.2.33.1418 SECTION XXXIII Vaisampayana said, the ever-victorious Nakula, the son of Pandu, having reached Hastinapura, formally invited Bhishma and Dhritarashtra.
Mbh.3.1.12 Vaisampayana said, Thus defeated at dice and incensed by the wicked sons of Dhritarashtra and their counsellors, the sons of Pritha set out from Hastinapura.
Mbh.3.1.44 Our grandfather Bhishma, the king Dhritarashtra, Vidura, my mother and most of my well-wishers, are all in the city of Hastinapura.
Mbh.3.22.1111 And, O king, it is for this reason that I could not come to the city named after the elephant Hastinapura, O destroyer of hostile heroes!
Mbh.3.33.1755 Therefore, ascending in thy car furnished with every implement, and making the superior Brahmanas utter benedictions on thee, march thou with speed, even this very day, upon Hastinapura, in order that thou mayst be able to give unto Brahmanas the spoils of victory.
Mbh.3.51.2561 And thou shalt, O Bharata, living at Hastinapura along with thy brothers, and snatching from Dhritarashtra's party the prosperity they are enjoying, rule this earth'
Mbh.3.52.2623 If I but have thy command I would go to Hastinapura and, even as fire falling upon a heap of grass consumeth it, would slay Duryodhana, putting forth my utmost might.
Mbh.3.92.4959 Vaisampayana continued, And thereupon oppressed with grief, the citizens and the principal Brahmanas and Yatis set out for Hastinapura.
Mbh.3.245.12189 SECTION CCXLV Janamejaya said, After his defeat and capture by the foe and his subsequent liberation by the illustrious sons of Pandu by force of arms, it seemeth to me that the entry into Hastinapura of the proud, wicked, boastful, vicious, insolent, and wretched Duryodhana, engaged in insulting the sons of Pandu and bragging of his own superiority, must have been exceedingly difficult.
Mbh.3.247.12238 Let all my brothers also go to Hastinapura.
Mbh.3.251.12404 Vaisampayana said, When, O mighty king, in this manner the Pandavas had gone, leaving Suyodhana, and when, having been liberated by Pandu's sons, he had come to Hastinapura, Bhishma said these words to the son of Dhritarashtra, O child, I had told thee before, when thou wert intent upon going to the hermitage that thy journey did not please me.
Mbh.3.252.12460 Having thus conquered and brought under his subjection the world, the mighty charioteer and tiger among men came back to Hastinapura.
Mbh.3.252.12470 Then, O king, there arose in the city of Hastinapura a clamour, and sounds of Oh!
Mbh.3.254.12534 And having dismissed all the kings, he entered Hastinapura, surrounded by his brothers, and in company with Karna and Suvala's son
Mbh.4.47.1831 If, for the cattle we have seized, an encounter takes place with the divine wielder himself of the thunderbolt or even with Yama, who is there that will be liable to reach Hastinapura?
Mbh.4.50.1915 SECTION L Aswatthaman said, The kine, O Karna, have not yet been won, nor have they yet crossed the boundary of their owner's dominions, nor have they yet reached Hastinapura.
Mbh.4.66.2592 Vaisampayana continued, When all the Kauravas utterly routed and vanquished, set out in a dejected mood for Hastinapura, Falguna, on his way back, addressed Uttara, saying, O prince, O hero of mighty arms, seeing the kine escorted in advance of us by the cowherds, we shall enter Virata's metropolis in the afternoon, having tended the steeds with drink and a bath.
Mbh.4.69.2698 That mighty hero then spoke unto the affrighted prince Duryodhana who was running away like the leader of a head of elephants, these words, O prince of the Kuru race, I do not see that thou art safe by any means even at Hastinapura.
Mbh.5.6.162 Vaisampayana continued, Thus instructed by the magnanimous Drupada, the virtuous priest set out for Hastinapura the city called after the elephant.
Mbh.5.19.842 And, O descendant of Bharata, there was no space in the city of Hastinapura even for the principal leaders of Duryodhana's army.
Mbh.5.32.1420 SECTION XXXII Vaisampayana said, Dismissed with salutation by the Pandavas, Sanjaya set out for Hastinapura having executed all the commands of the illustrious Dhritarashtra.
Mbh.5.32.1421 Reaching Hastinapura he quickly entered it, and presented himself at the gate of the inner apartments of the palace.
Mbh.5.84.4023 SECTION LXXXIV Vaisampayana said, O smiter of foes, when Devaki's son of mighty arms set out for Hastinapura, ten mighty car-warriors, capable of slaying hostile heroes, fully armed, followed in his train.
Mbh.5.84.4027 Vaisampayana continued, Listen to me as I narrate all those natural and unnatural omens that were noticed at the time when the illustrious Krishna departed for Hastinapura.
Mbh.5.84.4038 A south-westerly wind, with the harsh rattle of the thunder, uprooting trees by the thousands, crushed the city of Hastinapura.
Mbh.5.147.6552 SECTION CXLVII Vaisampayana said, Coming back to Upaplavya from Hastinapura, that chastiser of foes, Kesava, represented unto the Pandavas all that had happened, and conferring with them for a long space of time, and holding repeated consultations, Sauri went to his own quarters for rest.
Mbh.5.157.6979 And the camp, pitched on a delightful and fertile spot abounding with grass and fuel, shone like Hastinapura itself
Mbh.5.164.7447 Thou shalt have to dwell in the stomach of a vulture or in Hastinapura.
Mbh.5.174.7822 And having vanquished all those rulers of the earth, I came back to Hastinapura, I then, O thou of mighty arms, made over those maidens, intending them for my brothers to Satyavati and represented unto her everything I had done
Mbh.5.176.7838 And having travelled the whole distance between Hastinapura and Salwa's city, she approached king Salwa and said these words, I come, O thou of mighty arms, expectant of thee, O high-souled one!
Mbh.5.178.7974 Vanquishing all the monarchs, the pure-souled prince Bhishma of Bharata's race then reached Hastinapura, and representing everything unto Satyavati, ordered his brother Vichitravirya's marriage to take place with the girls he had brought.
Mbh.5.198.8833 And all these Dhartarashtras endued with great might, uniting together in proper order, and all clad in mail, took up their position at the other end of Kurukshetra, and, O Bharata, Duryodhana caused his encampment to be so adorned as to make it look like a second Hastinapura.
Mbh.5.198.8834 Indeed, O king, even those that were clever among the citizens of Hastinapura could not distinguish their city from the encampment.
Mbh.8.1.19 Then Sanjaya, repairing to Hastinapura told Dhritarashtra all that had happened at Kurujangala
Mbh.8.2.28 Arrived at Hastinapura, with a heart filled with deep anxiety, he proceeded to Dhritarashtra's abode which no longer teemed with kinsmen and friends.
Mbh.9.27.1923 With those ladies, Yuyutsu entered the city of Hastinapura, with tearful eyes and with voice choked in grief.
Mbh.9.27.1933 Obtaining the permission of king Yudhishthira and Keshava, I set out for Hastinapura, for protecting the people thus flying away'
Mbh.9.33.2371 Having gone to Hastinapura and met Dhritarashtra, Keshava spoke words of true and especially beneficial import.
Mbh.9.60.4375 They despatched Keshava of Yadu's race to Hastinapura.
Mbh.9.60.4378 Thus addressed by the Pandavas, that chief of the Satvatas then proceeded towards Hastinapura and arrived at the presence of Gandhari who had lost all her sons in the war
Mbh.9.61.4383 When all the warriors were slain and Duryodhana was struck down, when in consequence of the battle the empire of Pandu's son became perfectly foeless, when all the Kuru camp became empty, all its inmates having fled, when great renown was won by the son of Pandu, what, O regenerate one, was the cause for which Krishna had once again to go to Hastinapura?
Mbh.9.61.4476 The righteous-souled Vasudeva departed, having achieved his mission successfully, from Hastinapura, for seeing the camp and the Pandavas.
Mbh.11.10.457 The citizens also of Hastinapura, devoted to the house of Kuru, with hearts filled with anxiety at the destruction that had overtaken their rules, set up, O king, a wail that was as loud as that uttered by those ladies
Mbh.11.11.486 Sharadvatas son, Kripa, went to Hastinapura; Hridikas son repaired to his own kingdom; while the son of Drona set for the asylum of Vyasa.
Mbh.15.18.747 At that time the city of Hastinapura, with its entire population of men, both old and young, and women, became cheerless and plunged into sorrow.
Mbh.15.21.852 The citizens also of Hastinapura were possessed by deep sorrow.
Mbh.15.36.1528 King Yudhishthira, with his wives and troops and all his kinsmen, set out for Hastinapura'
Mbh.17.1.16 Parikshit will rule in Hastinapura, while the Yadava prince, Vajra, will rule in Shakraprastha.
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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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