Jamadagni S

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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.2.52.2182 And other illustrious Rishis conversant with the Vedas, with Jamadagni's son among them, approached Yudhishthira, the giver of large sacrificial presents, uttering mantras all the while, like the seven Rishis, approaching the great India in heaven.
Mbh.3.85.4647 Then should one proceed to Surparaka, where Jamadagni's son had formerly dwelt.
Mbh.3.115.5921 Yudhishthira said, Thou hast been a follower of the mighty Rama, Jamadagni's son; thou must, therefore, have been the eye-witness of all the deeds achieved by him in former days.
Mbh.3.116.5997 At that very moment came in the eldest of Jamadagni's sons, Rumanvan; and then, Sushena, and then, Vasu, and likewise, Viswavasu.
Mbh.3.117.6045 And after worshipping Jamadagni's son and having received words of praise from him, at his direction he spent the night on the Mahendra hill, and then started on his journey towards the southern regions
Mbh.5.83.4014 Thus addressed, Jamadagni's son, the friend of Brahma, that lord of both gods and Asuras, approached Govinda the slayer of Madhu, embraced him, and said, The celestial Rishis of pious deeds, and Brahmanas of extensive acquaintance with the scriptures, and royal sages, O Dasarha, and venerable ascetic, these witnesses, O illustrious one, of the former feats of gods and Asuras, are desirous of beholding all the Kshatriyas of the earth assembled from every side as also the counsellors sitting in the assembly, the kings, and thyself the embodiment of truth, O Janardana.
Mbh.5.96.4531 And seeing that all the kings sat silent, Jamadagni's son addressing Duryodhana then said these words in that assembly of Kurus, Listen confidingly to my words illustrated by an example, and seek thy own good if my speech recommends itself to thee.
Mbh.5.125.5569 Arjuna is even greater than what Jamadagni's son hath described him to be.
Mbh.5.178.7949 Hotravahana said, O blessed maiden, thou wilt behold Jamadagni's son, Rama, who is devoted to truth and endued with great might and engaged in austere penances in the great forest.
Mbh.5.178.7960 And after their discourse was over, that royal sage, the high-souled Hotravahana enquired of Akritavrana about Rama that foremost of great sages, saying, O thou of mighty arms, where, O Akritavrana, may that foremost of persons acquainted with the Vedas, viz, Jamadagni's son of great prowess be seen'
Mbh.5.179.8016 Then, O Bharata, Jamadagni's son and Hotravahana, seated thus together, began to discourse.
Mbh.5.179.8033 And Jamadagni's son, hearing these words of the princess, and having first settled what he should do, addressed that damsel of the fairest complexion, saying, O beautiful lady, I will send word unto Bhishma, that foremost one of Kuru's race.
Mbh.5.181.8081 SECTION CLXXXI Bhishma said, After he had quartered there, on third day, O king, Jamadagni's son of high vows, sent a message to me, saying, I have come here, do what is agreeable to me'
Mbh.5.181.8084 And beholding me arrived at his presence, Jamadagni's son, of great prowess, accepted the worship I offered unto him and said these words unto me'
Mbh.5.181.8171 Repairing to Jamadagni's son, O son of Kuru's race, I will repeatedly solicit him saying, Do not fight Bhishma who is thy disciple,
Mbh.5.181.8172 O son, being a Kshatriya do not obstinately set thy heart on an encounter in battle with Jamadagni's son who is a Brahmana'
Mbh.5.182.8195 I then beheld Jamadagni's son stationed on a car equipped with every kind of excellent weapons!
Mbh.5.182.8231 I then shot at Jamadagni's car a hundred straight arrows winged with vulturine feathers.
Mbh.5.182.8242 After that, O Bharata, I ceased striking Jamadagni's son any more.
Mbh.5.183.8251 Jamadagni's son once more shot at me a number of fierce shafts of great force and blazing mouths looking like veritable snakes!
Mbh.5.185.8335 Having dismissed her, I myself restrained those steeds endued with the speed of the wind, and fought with Jamadagni's son, O Bharata, till the close of the day!
Mbh.5.186.8358 If indeed, I am competent to vanquish in battle that Brahmana of mighty strength, viz, Jamadagni's son of great prowess, then let the gods kindly show themselves to me this night,
Mbh.5.187.8385 Filled with great wrath, I then shot at Jamadagni's son a deadly shaft, fatal as the poison of a snake.
Mbh.5.187.8390 Regaining consciousness, I hurled at Jamadagni's son a frightful dart, effulgent as the thunderbolt.
Mbh.5.188.8420 Then Jamadagni's son behold before him his venerable father and his father's fathers.
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.6.14.748 In days of yore, Jamadagni's son Rama, who was acquainted with every weapon and whom none excelled, when addrest for battle on behalf of Amvya, was vanquished by Bhishma in combat.
Mbh.6.109.5956 I have heard also of thy battle with Jamadagni's son.
Mbh.6.121.6703 Alas, he that was not slain by Jamadagni's son himself in days of old by means of even his celestial weapons, alas, he hath now been slain by Drupada's son Sikhandin, the prince of Panchala,
Mbh.7.1.47 Our hearts are turned to that Karna who derived his knowledge of weapons from Jamadagni's son, and whose prowess is incapable of being resisted!
Mbh.7.32.1687 The Destroyer himself at the end of the Yuga, Jamadagni's valiant son Rama, and Bhimasena on his car, these three, O king, are spoken of as equal.
Mbh.7.116.5650 If thou hast before the Jamadagni's son himself in wrath, or Drona, that foremost of car-warriors, or the ruler of the Madras himself, even then fear doth not enter my heart, O thou of mighty arms, as long as I am under the shadow Of thy protection, O slayer of foes, countless Kamvojas, clad in mail, of fierce deeds, and difficult to defeat in battle, have already been vanquished by thee, as also many Yavanas armed with bow and arrows and accomplished in smiting, including Sakas and Daradas and Tamraliptakas, and many other Mlecchas armed with various weapons.
Mbh.8.9.310 He unto whom in exchange for his earrings, Purandara had given that foe slaying, gold-decked, and celestial dart of the splendour of lightning, he who had, lying within his quiver amid sandal-dust, that snake-mouthed celestial arrow decked with gold, equipped with goodly wings, and capable of slaying all foes, he who, disregarding those heroic and mighty car-warriors having Bhishma and Drona at their head, had acquired from Jamadagni's son the terrible brahmastra, that mighty-armed one, who, having seen the warriors with Drona at their head afflicted with arrows and turn away from the field, had cut off with his keen shafts the bow of Subhadra's son, he who, having in a trice deprived the invincible Bhimasena endued with the might of elephants and the speed of the wind, of his car, had laughed at him, he who, having vanquished Sahadeva by means of his straight shafts and made him carless, slew him not from compassion and considerations of virtue, he who, with Shakra's dart, slew that prince of rakshasas, Ghatotkaca, who from desire of victory, had invoked a kinds of illusions, he whose feats in battle, filling Dhananjaya with fear, had made the latter for such a long period avoid a single combat with him, alas, how could that hero be slain in battle?
Mbh.8.34.1825 Jamadagni's son, that foremost of brahmanas returned with many wounds on his person inflicted by the Danavas.
Mbh.9.22.1529 That person of wicked understanding who, having listened to the beneficial and proper words of Jamadagni's son, disregarded them, should certainly be held as standing in the face of destruction.
Mbh.12.48.2547 While proceeding, the mighty-armed Kesava, that delighter of all the Yadavas, spoke unto Yudhishthira about the prowess of Jamadagni's son, Yonder, at a distance, O Partha, are seen the five lakes of Rama!
Mbh.12.49.2560 Listen to the story of how millions of Kshatriyas were slain by Jamadagni's son and how those that sprung again in the diverse royal.
Mbh.12.49.2618 The princes, O bull of Bharata's race, seize and brought away the calf of Jamadagni's homa cow, without the knowledge of Kritavirya, the ruler of the Haihayas.
Mbh.12.49.2641 At these words, Ocean suddenly created for Jamadagni's son, on his other shore, a region called Surparaka.
Mbh.12.206.12466 Bhishma said, I have heard of this subject from Jamadagni's son Rama, while he discoursed on it, from the celestial Rishi Narada, and from Krishna-Dwaipayana.
Mbh.12.233.14486 Nimi, the ruler of the Videhas, gave away his kingdom, Jamadagni's son Rama gave away the whole earth; and Gaya gave away the earth with all her towns and cities, unto the Brahmanas.
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.12.359.23787 Indeed, Karttaviryya of great strength, resembling the Thousand-eyed Indra himself, in consequence of his having yielded to wrath, was slain in battle by Rama of Jamadagni's race.
Mbh.13.14.1335 It was with that weapon that Jamadagni's son, O Govinda, was able to exterminate the Kshatriyas for one and twenty times.
Mbh.13.18.2789 That dispeller of all sorrows, viz, the destroyer of the triple city of the Asuras, said unto me, Thy fame shall be great in the world, Then Jamadagni's son, that foremost of all righteous persons, shining like the Sun with blazing splendour in the midst of that conclave of Rishis, said unto the son of Kunti these words, I was afflicted with the sin, O eldest son of Pandu, of Brahmanicide for having slain my brothers who were all learned Brahmanas.
Mbh.13.25.3469 Bathing in the tirtha called Maha-hrada with a purified heart and after observing a fast for one month, one is sure to attain to the end which was the sage Jamadagni's.
Mbh.13.52.5261 I have a great curiosity with respect to Jamadagni's son, O lord, viz, Rama, that foremost of all righteous persons.
Mbh.13.62.6006 Hearing that verse Jamadagni's son Rama gave away the whole earth unto Kasyapa.
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.13.85.7917 Bhishma continued, Thus addressed by Vasishtha, Jamadagni's son of great prowess then made gifts of gold unto the Brahmanas and became cleansed of his sins.
Mbh.13.168.13855 He could not be vanquished by even Rama of Jamadagni's race with his celestial weapons of great energy.
Mbh.14.29.1167 Then, some of the Kshatriyas, afflicted with the terror of Jamadagni's son, entered mountain-fastnesses, like deer afflicted by the lion.
Mbh.14.29.1170 Then the Kshatriyas that were begotten by the Brahmanas upon Kshatriya women that had lost their heroic children, were repeatedly destroyed by Jamadagni's son.
Mbh.14.30.1242 Thus addressed by his grandsires, Jamadagni's son practised the austerest penances, and having practised them, that highly blessed one attained to that success which is difficult to reach
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