Jamadagni

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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.1.2.253 In the interval between the Treta and Dwapara Yugas, Rama the son of Jamadagni great among all who have borne arms, urged by impatience of wrongs, repeatedly smote the noble race of Kshatriyas.
Mbh.1.2.387 Then the story of Rishyasringa who adopted Brahmacharya mode of life from his very boyhood; then the history of Rama of great prowess, the son of Jamadagni, in which has been narrated the death of Kartavirya and the Haihayas; then the meeting between the Pandavas and the Vrishnis in the sacred spot called Prabhasa; then the story of Su-kanya in which Chyavana, the son of Bhrigu, made the twins, Aswinis, drink, at the sacrifice of king Saryati, the Soma juice from which they had been excluded by the other gods, and in which besides is shown how Chyavana himself acquired perpetual youth as a boon from the grateful Aswinis.
Mbh.1.55.2760 Like Rama the son of Jamadagni thou art conversant with the scriptures and arms.
Mbh.1.64.3194 The son of Jamadagni Parasurama, after twenty-one times making the earth bereft of Kshatriyas wended to that best of mountains Mahendra and there began his ascetic penances.
Mbh.1.66.3385 And Richika begot Jamadagni.
Mbh.1.66.3386 And the high-souled Jamadagni had four sons.
Mbh.1.66.3391 And Aurva had a hundred sons with Jamadagni the eldest.
Mbh.1.67.3497 And possessed of mighty energy and the first of all persons acquainted with weapons, he encountered the illustrious Rama himself, the son of Jamadagni of the Bhrigu race.
Mbh.1.100.5601 And all the weapons known to the powerful and invincible Rama, the son of Jamadagni are known to this thy illustrious son of mighty arms.
Mbh.1.104.5813 SECTION CIV Sambhava Parva continued Bhishma continued, In olden days, Rama, the son of Jamadagni, in anger at the death of his father, slew with his battle axe the king of the Haihayas.
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.1.131.7035 And beholding the illustrious son of Jamadagni intent upon retiring into the woods after having given away all his wealth, Drona said, Know me to have sprung from Bharadwaja, but not in any woman's womb!
Mbh.1.189.9467 Rama the son of Jamadagni defeated in battle, all the Kshatriyas.
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.3.83.4142 Equal unto the Pushkaras, it was created by the high-souled Rama, the son of Jamadagni.
Mbh.3.87.4790 They say that in the country of Panchala, there is a wood called Utpala, where Viswamitra of Kusika's race had performed sacrifices with his son, and where beholding the relics of Viswamitra's superhuman power, Rama, the son of Jamadagni, recited the praises of his ancestry.
Mbh.3.88.4819 And, O child, in the tirtha called Surparaka are two sacrificial platforms of the illustrious Jamadagni, called Pashana and Punaschandra, O Bharata!
Mbh.3.90.4880 Here also is Palasaka, where the great and illustrious and highly blessed Rishi Jamadagni performed sacrifices.
Mbh.3.90.4882 And there also, O monarch, Vibhavasu fire himself, beholding that high-souled one's initiation, sang the following sloka: The river coming to the illustrious Jamadagni while sacrificing unto the gods gratified the Brahmanas with offerings of honey'
Mbh.3.99.5221 Then Rama, the son of Jamadagni, gave unto the illustrious son of Dasaratha a celestial arrow and said, Placing this on the bow-string, draw to thy ear, O hero'
Mbh.3.115.5923 Akritavrana said, With pleasure shall I recite to thee that excellent story, O Bharata's son, O chief of kings, the story of the godlike deeds of Rama, the son of Jamadagni, who traced his origin to Bhrigu's race.
Mbh.3.115.5979 Then she brought forth on the expected day a son by name Jamadagni.
Mbh.3.116.5983 SECTION CXVI Akritavrana said, Jamadagni devoted himself to the study of the Veda and the practice of sacred penances, and became famous for his great austerities.
Mbh.3.116.6004 Him the mighty-armed Jamadagni, of great austerities, addressed, saying, Kill this wicked mother of thine, without compunction, O my son'
Mbh.3.116.6006 Then, O great king, the wrath of Jamadagni of mighty soul, was at once appeased; and well-pleased, he spake the following words, Thou hast, my boy, performed at my bidding this difficult task, being versed in virtue.
Mbh.3.116.6010 And, O Bharata's son, Jamadagni, whose penances were the most rigid, granted all those desires of his son.
Mbh.3.116.6020 Then the kinsmen of Arjuna, their wrath excited against Rama, rushed at Jamadagni in his hermitage, while Rama was away.
Mbh.3.116.6023 And, O Yudhishthira, the sons of Kartavirya shot Jamadagni, with their arrows, and having thus chastised their foe, went their way.
Mbh.3.116.6024 And when they had gone away, and when Jamadagni had breathed his last, Rama, the delight of Bhrigu's race, returned to the hermitage, bearing in his arms, fuel for religious rites.
Mbh.3.117.6037 Then the son of Jamadagni of dreaded name, performed a mighty sacrifice and gratified the lord of the celestials, and bestowed the earth to the ministering priests.
Mbh.3.213.10942 As Rama, the son of Jamadagni, laboured to please his aged parents, so hast thou, O Son, done to please us, and even more.
Mbh.4.48.1873 Having obtained weapons from that best of ascetics, the son of Jamadagni, I would, relying on their energy, fight with even the celestials.
Mbh.4.51.1969 In the Vedantas, in the Puranas, and in old histories, who save Jamadagni, O king, would be Drona's superior?
Mbh.5.61.3290 Formerly, Dwaipayana-Vyasa and Narada of great ascetic austerities, and Rama, the son of Jamadagni, told us this.
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.5.169.7670 Thy preceptor Rama, the son of Jamadagni, shooting his great weapons, could not cause me the slightest pain.
Mbh.5.178.7939 At my advice, go unto the ascetic Rama, the son of Jamadagni.
Mbh.5.178.7954 If thou namest me, Rama will do everything for thee, for Rama, the heroic son of Jamadagni, that foremost of all bearers of arms, is a friend of mine highly pleased with me, and always wisheth me well'
Mbh.5.181.8109 All thy labour is vain, O son of Jamadagni, remembering thy old preceptorship, I am striving, O holy one, to gratify thee!
Mbh.5.183.8248 Saluting Rama I re-ascended it, O Bharata, and desirous of giving battle, stood fearlessly before that son of Jamadagni.
Mbh.5.183.8253 Then the mighty son of Jamadagni began to hurl celestial weapons at me, all of which I repelled, desirous of achieving mightier feats, O thou of strong arms, with-my weapons.
Mbh.5.183.8258 Then, O monarch, that best of Brahmanas, the mighty son of Jamadagni, filled with wrath, suddenly wheeling to my right, pierced me in the breast.
Mbh.5.183.8268 Impelled then by the desire of slaying him, I shot at Rama, the son of Jamadagni, a good-looking arrow of blazing effulgence with Death's self sitting at its head.
Mbh.5.184.8292 Seeing all his weapons baffled, the high-souled son of Jamadagni then hurled at me a fierce lance, blazing like a meteor, with flaming mouth, filling the whole world, as it were, with its effulgence, and resembling the dart hurled by Death himself!
Mbh.5.184.8300 Then, O king, the high-souled son of Jamadagni showered on me numerous fierce-looking darts, furnished with variegated handles decked with gold, possessed of golden wings, and resembling flaming meteors!
Mbh.5.186.8356 For many days hath this fierce combat of terrible consequence lasted between myself and Jamadagni.
Mbh.5.186.8364 Rama, the son of Jamadagni, will never be able to vanquish thee in battle!
Mbh.5.186.8372 Afflicted by the force of this thy weapon, the son of Jamadagni, will fall asleep!
Mbh.6.13.699 That mighty car-warrior who on a single car had vanquished in terrific combat at the city of Kasi all the kings of the Earth mustered together, he who had fearlessly fought in battle with Rama, the son of Jamadagni, he whom Jamadagni's son could not slay, oh, even hath he been to-day slain by Sikhandin.
Mbh.6.14.722 He, who always regarded himself as the equal of the mighty son of Jamadagni in battle, he whom Jamadagni's son himself could not vanquish, he who resembled Indra himself in prowess, alas, O Sanjaya, tell me how that hero, Bhishma, born in the race of Maharathas, was slain in battle, for without knowing all the particulars I cannot regain my equanimity.
Mbh.6.14.751 Endued with great intelligence, he that was not slain even by that slayer of hostile heroes, that Rama, the son of Jamadagni, who defeated in battle crowds of Kshatriyas repeatedly, he hath now been slain by Sikhandin.
Mbh.6.49.2552 Always forbidden by me, by Gandhari, by Vidura, by Rama the son of Jamadagni, and by the high-souled Vyasa also, the wicked-minded and sinful Duryodhana, with Dussasana, O Sanjaya, always following the counsels of Karna and Suvala's son, behaved maliciously towards the Pandavas.
Mbh.6.66.3649 And O thou that art well-versed in scriptures, I heard this from Rama, the son of Jamadagni, and Markandeya of great wisdom, and Vyasa and Narada also.
Mbh.7.68.2915 SECTION LXX Narada said, Even the great ascetic Rama, the hero worshipped by all heroes, that son of Jamadagni, of great fame, will die, without being contented with the period of his life.
Mbh.7.68.2922 Heroic warriors, with their cars, steeds, and elephants, lay dead on the field, slain by the wise son of Jamadagni, enraged at the slaughter of his father.
Mbh.7.68.2925 And when many foremost of Brahmans uttered exclamations, mentioning the name of Rama of Bhrigu's race then the valiant son of Jamadagni, proceeding against the Kashmiras, the Daradas, the Kuntis, the Kshudrakas, the Malavas, the Angas, the Vangas, the Kalingas, the Videhas, the Tamraliptakas, the Rakshovahas, the Vitahotras, the Trigartas, the Martikavatas, counting by thousand, slew them all by means of his whetted shafts.
Mbh.7.68.2928 The sacrificial altar, eighteen nalas high made entirely of gold, and constructed according to the ordinance, full of diverse kinds of jewels and gems, and decked with hundreds of standards, and this earth abounding in domestic and wild animals, were accepted by Kasyapa as sacrificial present made unto him by Rama, the son of Jamadagni.
Mbh.7.68.2935 Even that enhancer of the fame of the Bhrigus, possessed of such numberless virtues, that famous son of Jamadagni, of great splendour, will die.
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.8.34.1792 In the race of the Bhrigus was Jamadagni of severe ascetic penances.
Mbh.8.34.1804 Thus addressed by that god of gods, that deity bearing the trident, the son of Jamadagni, bending his head unto that puissant high-souled one, said, O god of gods, it behoveth thee to give those weapons unto me that am always devoted to thy service, when, indeed thou wilt regard me fit for holding them
Mbh.12.3.110 From affection begotten by confidence, the tired son of Jamadagni placing his head on Karna's lap, slept soundly, White his preceptor was thus sleeping with head on his lap, a frightful worm, whose bite was very painful and which subsisted on phlegm and fat and flesh and blood, approached the presence of Karna.
Mbh.12.3.125 Possessed of great energy, the mighty-armed son of Jamadagni said unto him, Who art thou?
Mbh.12.46.2267 I was thinking of him, O son of Pandu, who is the favourite disciple of Rama, the son of Jamadagni, and who is the receptacle of the sciences.
Mbh.12.49.2601 Vasudeva continued, Then Satyavati brought forth a son in Bhrigu's race who was devoted to penances and characterised by tranquil pursuits, viz, Jamadagni of regulated vows.
Mbh.12.49.2604 Richika thus begot Jamadagni, that ocean of penances.
Mbh.12.49.2605 Jamadagni begot a son of fierce deeds.
Mbh.12.49.2619 For this reason a dispute took place between the high-souled Jamadagni and the Haihayas.
Mbh.12.49.2620 The puissant Rama, the son of Jamadagni, filled with wrath, lopped off the arms of Arjuna and brought back, O monarch, his sire's calf which was wandering within the inner enclosures of the king's palace.
Mbh.12.49.2621 Then the foolish son of Arjuna, repairing together to the retreat of the high-souled Jamadagni, felled with the points of their lances, O king, the head of the Rishi from off his trunk while the celebrated Rama was out for fetching sacred fuel and grass.
Mbh.12.115.6514 I heard it in the hermitage of Rama, the son of Jamadagni, recited by many foremost of Rishis.
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.12.292.18304 Then, again, Asita and Devala, and Narada and Parvata, and Karkshivat, and Jamadagni's son Rama, and Tandya possessed of cleansed soul, and Vasishtha, and Jamadagni, and Viswamitra and Atri, and Bharadwaja, and Harismasru, and Kundadhara, and Srutasravas, these great Rishis, by adoring Vishnu with concentrated minds with the aid of Richs, and by penances, succeeded in attaining to success through the grace of that great deity endued with intelligence.
Mbh.13.4.327 Be it so, said that man of austere penances to his wife and then, O king, she gave birth to a blessed son named Jamadagni.
Mbh.13.26.3511 There were also Vrihaspati and Usanas, and Vyasa and Chyavana and Kasyapa and Dhruva, and Durvasas and Jamadagni and Markandeya and Galava, and Bharadwaja and Raibhya and Yavakrita and Trita.
Mbh.13.26.3513 There were also Nitambhu and Bhuvana and Dhaumya and Satananda and Akritavrana and Rama, the son of Jamadagni and Kacha.
Mbh.13.56.5615 Receiving that science by inward light, he will, by Yoga-puissance, communicate it to his son, the highly-blessed Jamadagni of cleansed soul.
Mbh.13.56.5617 O thou of righteous soul, Jamadagni will wed a girl, taking her from thy race, for spreading its glory, O chief of the Bharatas.
Mbh.13.84.7504 It was first recited to Rama, the son of Jamadagni In former days Jamadagni's son Rama, filled with great wrath, exterminated the Kshatriyas from off the face of the earth for thrice seven times.
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.13.93.8333 Jamadagni said, Abstention from accepting guts supports penances as their foundation.
Mbh.13.93.8375 Jamadagni said, This man has not to think of storing his annual grain and fuel as we are compelled to, do.
Mbh.13.93.8442 Jamadagni said, I have sprung from the sacrificial fire of the deities.
Mbh.13.93.8443 Hence am I called Jamadagni, O thou of beautiful features
Mbh.13.93.8482 Jamadagni said, Let him who has stolen the lotus-stalks be guilty of throwing filth and dirt on water.
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.13.94.8594 Jamadagni said, Let him who has stolen thy stalks study the Vedas on forbidden days or occasions.
Mbh.13.95.8673 I shall, in this connection, recite the narrative of the discourse between Jamadagni and the high-souled Surya.
Mbh.13.95.8674 In ancient times, the illustrious Jamadagni, O puissant king, of Bhrigu's race, was engaged in practising with his bow.
Mbh.13.95.8689 Jamadagni said, O Renuka, this very day shall I destroy, with the fiery energy of my weapons, the star of day with his blazing rays, that has afflicted thee in this way
Mbh.13.95.8690 Bhishma continued, Drawing his celestial bow, and taking up many arrows, Jamadagni stood, turning his face towards the sun and watching him as he moved in his diurnal course.
Mbh.13.96.8705 SECTION XCVI Yudhishthira said, What did that foremost of ascetics, viz, Jamadagni endued with great energy, do when thus besought by the maker of day
Mbh.13.96.8706 Bhishma said, O descendant of Kuru, despite all the supplications of Surya, the sage Jamadagni, endued with the effulgence of fire, continued to cherish his anger.
Mbh.13.96.8711 Jamadagni said, With the eye of knowledge I know thee to be both moving and motionless!
Mbh.13.96.8718 Bhishma continued, At this, the adorable Jamadagni smilingly addressed the maker of day, saying, O Surya, when thou hast sought my protection, thou hast nothing to fear!
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.13.127.11074 Jamadagni said, That man whose heart is not pure is sure to go to Hell even if he adores the deities in a Horse-sacrifice or in a hundred Vajapeya sacrifices, or if he undergoes the severest austerities with head downmost.
Mbh.13.137.11348 The far-famed Rama, the son of Jamadagni, attained to the eternal regions, far beyond his expectation, by giving lands to Brahmanas.
Mbh.13.150.12618 Atri, the illustrious Vasishtha, the great Rishi Kasyapa, Gotama, Bharadwaja, Viswamitra, the son of Kusika, and Richika's fierce son Jamadagni of great energy, these seven are the Ritwiks of the Lord of treasures and dwell in the northern quarter.
Mbh.13.165.13705 They are Atri, Vasishtha, Saktri, Parasara's son Vyasa of great energy; Viswamitra, Bharadwaja, Jamadagni, the son of Richika, Rama, Auddalaka, Swetaketu, Kohala, Vipula, Devala, Devasarman, Dhaumya, Hastikasyapa, Lomasa, Nachiketa, Lomaharsana, Ugrasravas, and Bhrigu's son Chyavana.
Mbh.14.29.1159 The Ocean said, If thou hast heard, O king, of the great Rishi Jamadagni, his son is competent to duly receive thee as a guest,
Mbh.14.92.4358 In former times, the Rishi Jamadagni proposed to perform a Sraddha.
Mbh.14.92.4374 Jamadagni said, I have seen thee, O Anger, in thy embodied form.
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