Hidimva

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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.1.61.2929 It was here that Bhima gained Hidimva the sister of the Rakshasa he slew for a wife, and it was of her that Ghatotkacha was born.
Mbh.1.63.3184 From Yudhishthira was born Pritivindhya; from Vrikodara, Sutasoma; from Arjuna, Srutakirti; from Nakula, Satanika; and from Sahadeva, Srutasena of great prowess; and Bhima, in the forest begot on Hidimva a son named Ghatotkacha.
Mbh.1.95.5337 After that the Pandavas slew Hidimva, and then they went to a town called Ekachakra.
Mbh.1.95.5349 And Bhimasena had some time before begat upon Hidimva a son named Ghatotkacha.
Mbh.1.154.8058 SECTION CLIV Hidimva-vadha Parva Vaisampayana said, Not far from the place where the Pandavas were asleep, a Rakshasa by name Hidimva dwelt on the Sala tree.
Mbh.1.154.8078 Thus addressed by Hidimva in those woods, Hidimva, the female cannibal, at the command of her brother, went, O bull of Bharata's race, to the spot where the Pandavas were.
Mbh.1.154.8090 Truly do I say, here liveth the wicked Rakshasa called Hidimva.
Mbh.1.155.8110 SECTION CLV Hidimva-vadha Parva continued Vaisampayana said, Hidimva, the chief of the Rakshasas, seeing that his sister returned not soon enough, alighted from the tree, proceeded quickly to the spot where the Pandavas were.
Mbh.1.155.8112 And Hidimva, beholding her brother of frightful visage alight from the tree, became very much alarmed, and addressing Bhima said, The wicked cannibal is coming hither in wrath.
Mbh.1.155.8126 Hidimva replied saying, O tiger among men, O thou of the beauty of a celestial, I do not certainly hold thee in contempt.
Mbh.1.155.8129 And Hidimva beheld his sister disguised in human form, her head decked with garlands of flowers and her face like the full moon and her eyebrows and nose and eyes and ringlets all of the handsomest description, and her nails and complexion of the most delicate hue, and herself wearing every kind of ornament and attired in fine transparent robes.
Mbh.1.155.8132 Hast thou become so senseless, O Hidimva, that thou fearest not my wrath?
Mbh.1.155.8137 Addressing his sister thus, Hidimva, with eyes red with anger and teeth pressing against teeth, ran at her to kill her then and there.
Mbh.1.155.8139 Vaisampayana continued, And Bhima, beholding the Rakshasa angry with his sister, smiled in derision, and said, addressing him, O Hidimva, what need is there for thee to awaken these persons sleeping so comfortably?
Mbh.1.155.8156 Hearing these words, Hidimva said, What need is there, O man, for this thy vaunt and this thy boast?
Mbh.1.155.8169 Clasping and dragging each other with great force, both Hidimva and Bhimasena put forth their prowess.
Mbh.1.155.8171 And at those sounds, those tigers among men the sleeping Pandavas woke up with their mother, and saw Hidimva sitting before them
Mbh.1.156.8172 SECTION CLVI Hidimva-vadha Parva continued Vaisampayana said, Roused from sleep, those tigers among men, with their mother, beholding the extraordinary beauty of Hidimva, were filled with wonder.
Mbh.1.156.8177 Thereupon Hidimva replied, This extensive forest that thou seest, of the hue of blue cloud, is the abode of a Rakshasa of the name of Hidimva.
Mbh.1.156.8215 Beholding Hidimva slain, they became exceedingly glad and lost no time in offering their congratulations to Bhima, that chastiser of all foes.
Mbh.1.156.8218 Then all those mighty car-warriors, those tigers among men, saying, So be it' proceeded along with their mother, followed by Hidimva, the Rakshasa woman
Mbh.1.157.8219 SECTION CLVII Hidimva-vadha Parva continued Vaisampayana said, Bhima, beholding Hidimva following them, addressed her, saying, Rakshasas revenge themselves on their enemies by adopting deceptions that are incapable of being penetrated.
Mbh.1.157.8220 Therefore, O Hidimva, go thou the way on which thy brother hath gone'
Mbh.1.157.8223 Hidimva, who had come with the object of slaying us, thou hast already slain.
Mbh.1.157.8225 Vaisampayana continued, Then Hidimva reverentially saluting Kunti and her son Yudhishthira also, said, with joined palms, O revered lady, thou knowest the pangs that women are made to feel at the hands of the deity of love.
Mbh.1.157.8245 Hearing these words of Hidimva, Yudhishthira said.
Mbh.1.157.8246 It is even so, O Hidimva, as thou sayest.
Mbh.1.157.8252 Vaisampayana continued, Then Bhima, expressing his assent to all that Yudhishthira said, addressed Hidimva, saying, Listen to me, O Rakshasa woman!
Mbh.1.157.8254 Then Hidimva, saying, So be it' took Bhima upon her body and sped through the sides.
Mbh.1.157.8256 Hidimva sported with the Pandava and studied to make him happy.
Mbh.1.157.8257 So also, in inaccessible regions of forests, and on mountain-breasts overgrown with blossoming trees on lakes resplendent with lotuses and lilies, islands of rivers and their pebbly banks, on sylvan streams with beautiful banks and mountain-currents, in picturesque woods with blossoming trees and creepers in Himalayan bowers, and various caves, on crystal pools smiling with lotuses, on sea-shores shining with gold and pearls, in beautiful towns and fine gardens, in woods sacred to the gods and on hill-sides, in the regions of Guhyakas and ascetics, on the banks of Manasarovara abounding with fruits and flowers of every season Hidimva, assuming the handsomest form, sported with Bhima and studied to make him happy.
Mbh.1.157.8270 Then Hidimva, knowing that the period of her stay with her husband had come to an end, saluted the Pandavas and making a new appointment with them went away whithersoever she liked.
Mbh.1.164.8504 Beholding the prowess of Bhima on the occasion of our escape from the house of lac, and from the destruction also of Hidimva, my confidence in Vrikodara is great.
Mbh.3.10.493 they have slain the enemies of the celestials, those Rakshasas capable of assuming any form at will, such as were headed by Hidimva and Kirmira!
Mbh.3.11.547 It is also this one of wicked soul who formerly slew my dear friend Hidimva, living in this forest and ravished his sister!
Mbh.3.11.583 Then Bhima, dragging along the earth the bruised body of the Rakshasa with the eye-lids about to close, said, O sinful wretch, thou wilt no more have to wipe away the tears of Hidimva or Vaka, for thou too art about to go to the mansions of Yama'
Mbh.3.12.697 Setting out that night with their renowned mother, they came near the forest of Hidimva.
Mbh.3.12.698 And while fatigued and distressed, they were sleeping fast with her, a Rakshasa woman called Hidimva approached them.
Mbh.3.12.708 Of frightful form and dreadful to behold, uttering loud cries as he came, the Rakshasa said, O Hidimva, with whom dost thou converse?
Mbh.3.12.715 Then a dreadful combat took place between Bhimasena and Hidimva, both skilled in all weapons and which was like unto the encounter of Vasava with Vritra.
Mbh.3.12.717 Then having slain Hidimva, and taking his sister Hidimva at their head, of whom was subsequently born Ghatotkacha, Bhima and his brothers went away.
Mbh.3.12.720 Then arriving at Ekachakra, the Pandavas of rigid vows there also slew a mighty cannibal, Vaka by name, terrible as Hidimva himself.
Mbh.3.144.7313 Vaisampayana said, Hearing the words of his brother, that tiger among men, Bhimasena, commanded his son, Ghatotkacha, represser of foes, saying, O invincible son of Hidimva, this thy mother hath been sorely tired.
Mbh.3.156.7895 Thou shall not have to go whither thou intendest to, or whither thou hadst already gone mentally; but thou shall go whither have repaired Vaka and Hidimva'
Mbh.4.22.961 The delight that I feel, O thou of great beauty, on hearing from thee about my coming encounter with Kichaka, is equal to what I felt in slaying Hidimva.
Mbh.5.50.2861 Indeed, he through whose might the four sons of Pandu quickly could alight on the earth, having issued forth from the burning house of lac that son of Kunti, Vrikodara, who became the means of their rescue from the cannibal Hidimva; that son of Kunti, Vrikodara, who became their refuge when the daughter of Yajnasena was being carried away by Jayadratha; indeed, with that Bhima.
Mbh.5.90.4192 He that hath the strength of ten thousand elephants and the speed of the wind, he that is mighty and ever wrathful amongst the sons of Pandu, he that always doth good to his brothers and is, therefore, dear to them all, he, O slayer of Madhu, that slew Kichaka with all his relatives, he that is the slayer of the Krodhavasas, of Hidimva, and of Vaka, he that in prowess is equal unto Sakra, and in might unto the Wind-god, he that is terrible, and in wrath is equal unto Madhava himself, he that is the foremost of all smiters, that wrathful son of Pandu and chastiser of foes, who, restraining his rage, might, impatience, and controlling his soul, is obedient to the commands of his elder brother, speak to me, O Janardana, tell me how is that smiter of immeasurable valour, that Bhimasena, who in aspect also justifies his name, that Vrikodara possessing arms like maces, that mighty second son of Pandu?
Mbh.5.173.7782 That prince of Rakshasas Ghatotkacha, O king, born of Bhima and Hidimva, and endued with ample powers of illusion, is, in my judgment, a leader of the leaders of car-divisions.
Mbh.6.64.3481 And hearing those terrible and loud cries of that roaring elephant, Bhishma, addressing Drona, Suyodhana and all the kings, said, The mighty bowman Bhagadatta is battling with the wicked-souled son of Hidimva, and hath fallen into great distress.
Mbh.6.64.3494 Hearing that roar of his and beholding those battling elephants, Santanu's son Bhishma once again addressed Bharadwaja's son and said, I do not like to fight to-day with the wicked-souled son of Hidimva.
Mbh.6.84.4406 That prince of Rakshasa, the mighty son of Hidimva, on his car of solar effulgence furnished with a standard, rushed against Bhagadatta.
Mbh.6.84.4423 Beholding his dart cut off, the son of Hidimva fled from fear like Namuchi, that foremost of the Daityas, in days of old, from battle with Indra.
Mbh.6.90.4729 And the heroic Abhimanyu, and that mighty car-warrior, viz, the son of Hidimva, and Bhimasena excited with wrath, rushed against the other Kauravas.
Mbh.6.94.4950 And these surrounded the son of Hidimva with a large division of cars for aiding him
Mbh.6.96.5050 Having said this much unto the king, the grandsire skilled in speech then addressed Bhagadatta in the presence of the Kuru king, saying, Proceed quickly, O great monarch, against that invincible warrior, viz, the son of Hidimva.
Mbh.7.106.4917 And while he was thus fearlessly careering in battle, the son of Hidimva rushed impetuously at him and pierced him with keen shafts.
Mbh.7.106.4923 Smilingly, O king, Alamvusha also, repeatedly piercing the invincible son of Hidimva, uttered loud roars in joy, filling the entire welkin.
Mbh.7.106.4936 The son of Hidimva having pierced him with five hundred shafts, Alamvusha once more pierced him with seventy, and that mighty warrior uttered a loud roar.
Mbh.7.106.4939 Then that Rakshasa, O chief of the Bharatas, viz, the son of Hidimva, filled with rage, pierced that other angry Rakshasa in battle with many shafts.
Mbh.7.106.4946 The son of Hidimva, inflamed with wrath, flew from his own car to that of Alamvusha, and seized the latter.
Mbh.7.153.8091 The grandson of Hidimva then, O king, whirling a gold adorned mace, quickly hurled it at Aswatthaman.
Mbh.7.153.8103 It is not proper, O son of Hidimva, that sire should battle with son
Mbh.7.153.8104 I do not cherish any grudge against thee, O son of Hidimva!
Mbh.7.153.8128 The son of Hidimva was accompanied by those fierce followers of his, with frightful faces and heads and necks.
Mbh.7.153.8200 Having slain the Rakshasas, Drona's son then began to afflict the son of Hidimva with arrows.
Mbh.7.171.9259 Behold, O son of Hidimva, the army of the Pandavas is being beaten by Karna on the field of battle, like a herd of kine by the herdsman.
Mbh.7.171.9265 It is even for this, O son of Hidimva, that men desire children, viz, for being rescued from difficulties.
Mbh.7.171.9283 Sanjaya continued, Having said these words, that slayer of hostile heroes, viz, the son of Hidimva, rushed against Karna in that dreadful fight frightening thy troops.
Mbh.7.172.9299 The son of Hidimva, however, alone and unsupported began, to grind Alamvusha and Karna and the vast Kuru host, like the tempest crushing a mass of clouds.
Mbh.7.173.9475 The son of Hidimva, seeing his illusion dispelled, once more made himself invisible, saying unto Karna, the son of Vikartana, I will presently compass thy destruction
Mbh.7.174.9479 His kinsmen, that valiant Vaka, who ate Brahmanas, as also Kirmira of great energy, and his friend Hidimva, had been slain by Bhima.
Mbh.7.174.9482 Desirous of battle, he addressed Duryodhana and said, It is known to thee, how my kinsmen, the Rakshasa Vaka and Kirmira and Hidimva have been slain by Bhima.
Mbh.7.174.9483 What shall I say more, the virgin Hidimva was formerly deflowered by him, disregarding us and the other Rakshasas.
Mbh.7.174.9484 I am here, O king, to slay that Bhima with all his followers, steeds, cars, and elephants, as also that son of Hidimva with friends.
Mbh.7.175.9511 Then Duryodhana, beholding Karna fallen into great distress, summoned Alayudha and said unto him, Yonder Vikartana's son, Karna, is engaged with the son of Hidimva, and is accomplishing such feats in battle as are worthy of his might and prowess.
Mbh.7.176.9559 The battle then that took place at night between those two cannibals, viz, Alayudha and the son of Hidimva became fierce and dreadful, O Bharata.
Mbh.7.178.9728 Other great Rakshasas having Hidimva and Kirmira and Vaka for their foremost, as also Alayudha, that grinder of hostile troops, and Ghatotkacha, that crusher of foes and warrior of fierce deeds, have all been slain
Mbh.7.179.9759 Hidimva and Vaka and Kirmira have all been slain by Bhimasena.
Mbh.7.181.9873 Whilst we were living in the woods the high-souled son of Hidimva, although then a mere child did us many services, O Janardana!
Mbh.12.42.2146 Yudhishthira accompanied by Draupadi, gave much wealth for the sake of Drona and the high-souled Karna, of Dhrishtadyumna and Abhimanyu, of the Rakshasa Ghatotkacha, the son of Hidimva, and of Virata, and his other well-wishers that had served him loyally, and of Drupada and the five sons of Draupadi.
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