Kailasa

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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.1.2.391 Then is narrated the ascent on the hills of Kailasa by Bhimasena, his terrific battle with the mighty Yakshas headed by Hanuman; then the meeting of the Pandavas with Vaisravana Kuvera, and the meeting with Arjuna after he had obtained for the purpose of Yudhishthira many celestial weapons; then Arjuna's terrible encounter with the Nivatakavachas dwelling in Hiranyaparva, and also with the Paulomas, and the Kalakeyas; their destruction at the hands of Arjuna; the commencement of the display of the celestial weapons by Arjuna before Yudhishthira, the prevention of the same by Narada; the descent of the Pandavas from Gandhamadana; the seizure of Bhima in the forest by a mighty serpent huge as the mountain; his release from the coils of the snake, upon Yudhishthira's answering certain questions; the return of the Pandavas to the Kamyaka woods.
Mbh.1.148.7873 Then those tigers among men, attired in costly dress, entered that mansion at the instance of Purochana like Guhyakas entering the palace of Siva on the Kailasa mount.
Mbh.1.186.9399 It was surrounded with high mansions perfectly white and resembling the cloud-kissing peaks of Kailasa.
Mbh.1.221.10753 Then Valadeva, white and tall as the peak of Kailasa, decked with garlands of wild flowers and attired in blue robes, and proud and intoxicated with drink, said these words: Ye senseless men, what are ye doing, when Janardana sitteth silent?
Mbh.1.224.10969 And the monarch wending to the mountains of Kailasa, devoted himself to asceticism there.
Mbh.2.3.67 On the north of the Kailasa peak near the mountains of Mainaka, while the Danavas were engaged in a sacrifice on the banks of Vindu lake, I gathered a huge quantity of delightful and variegated vanda a kind of rough materials composed of jewels and gems.
Mbh.2.3.77 On the north of Kailasa in the mountains of Mainaka, there is a huge peak of gems and jewels called Hiranya-sringa.
Mbh.2.10.386 Possessing the splendour of the peaks of Kailasa, that mansion eclipses by its own the brilliance of the Moon himself.
Mbh.2.10.407 The mountains of Himavat, Paripatra, Vindhya, Kailasa, Mandara, Malaya, Durdura, Mahendra, Gandhamadana, Indrakila, Sunava, and Eastern and the Western hills, these and many other mountains, in their personified forms, with Meru standing before all, wait upon and worship the illustrious lord of treasures.
Mbh.2.33.1427 Those mansions were white and high like the cliffs of Kailasa, and delightful to behold, and furnished with every kind of furniture.
Mbh.2.45.1861 And thou wilt behold Siva, tall and white as the Kailasa cliff and seated on his bull, gazing unceasingly towards the direction south presided over by the king of the Pitris.
Mbh.2.45.1866 I will now proceed towards the Kailasa mountain.
Mbh.2.45.1868 Vaisampayana continued, Having said this, the illustrious and island-born Vyasa of dark hue, accompanied by his disciples ever following the dictates of the Vedas, proceeded towards Kailasa.
Mbh.2.51.2137 The mountain tribes endued with great strength having brought as tribute numerous Chamaras long brushes soft and black and others white as moon-beam and sweet honey extracted from the flowers growing on the Himavat as also from the Mishali champaka and garlands of flowers brought from the region of the northern Kurus, and diverse kinds of plants from the north even from Kailasa, waited with their heads bent down at the gate of king Yudhishthira, being refused permission to enter.
Mbh.3.12.640 Thou didst even dwell in Kailasa, accompanied by Brahmanas'
Mbh.3.23.1145 Having thyself established the unrivalled city of Indraprastha of the splendour of Kailasa itself, where dost thou go, leaving it, O illustrious and just king, O achiever of extraordinary deeds!
Mbh.3.39.2115 Vaisampayana continued, Phalguna then beheld him, Mahadeva, that god of blazing splendour-that wielder of the Pinaka-that one who had his abode on the mountains of Kailasa, accompanied by Uma.
Mbh.3.41.2214 Vaisampayana continued, After both Varuna and Yama had given away their celestial weapons, the lord of treasures having his home on the heights of Kailasa, then spake, O son of Pandu, O thou of great might and wisdom, I too have been pleased with thee.
Mbh.3.42.2284 Then Arjuna saw standing at the gates Indra's region the handsome and ever victorious elephant, Airavata, furnished with four tusks, and resembling the mountain of Kailasa with its summits.
Mbh.3.106.5439 And, O chief of kings, that same ruler of men, betook himself to the mountain Kailasa, accompanied by both his wives, and with the desire of having a son became engaged in the practice of exceeding austere penances.
Mbh.3.108.5605 Then the great king Bhagiratha having heard the same, went to the Kailasa hill, and betaking himself to a severe course of penances, at the expiration of a certain length of time obtained the favour of that worker of blessings Siva.
Mbh.3.109.5629 Having achieved the task of sustaining Ganga, Siva, saluted by men, went to Kailasa the most praiseworthy of mountains, accompanied by the celestials.
Mbh.3.139.7077 O king the mountain Kailasa is six yojanas in height.
Mbh.3.140.7099 O Kunti's son, thou hast heard what the sage Lomasa had said regarding mount Kailasa.
Mbh.3.141.7184 O best of men, what ye see before you, of vast proportions like unto a mountain and beautiful as the Kailasa cliff, is a collection of the bones of the mighty Daitya Naraka, Being placed on a mountain, it looketh like one.
Mbh.3.144.7327 After having thus passed many countries, and also the Uttarakurus, they saw that foremost of mountains, the Kailasa, containing many wonders.
Mbh.3.152.7718 SECTION CLII Vaisampayana said, Having reached that spot, Bhimasena saw in the vicinity of the Kailasa cliff, that beautiful lotus lake surrounded by lovely woods, and guarded by the Rakshasas.
Mbh.3.153.7771 Beaten and pierced by Bhimasena, those Krodhavasas quitted the field of battle, and in confusion quickly fled towards the Kailasa cliff, supporting themselves in the sky.
Mbh.3.158.8028 Beyond the summit of this Kailasa cliff, is seen the path of the celestial sages.
Mbh.3.176.8758 But afterwards on beholding Kuvera's favourite mountain, Kailasa, appearing like clouds, the delight of those pre-eminent heroes of the race of Bharata, became very great.
Mbh.3.176.8761 And having dwelt in all sorts of inaccessible places and crossing Kailasa of inconceivable grandeur, they reached the excellent and surpassingly beautiful hermitage of Vrishaparba.
Mbh.5.11.474 And when Nahusha became the king of the gods, he surrounded himself with celestial nymphs, and with damsels of celestial birth, and took to enjoyments of various kinds, in the Nandana groves, on mount Kailasa, on the crest of Himavat, on Mandara.
Mbh.5.48.2738 that wisheth to split by a slap of his palm the high Kailasa mountain, is not able to do the slightest damage to the mountain although his hand only with its nails is sure to wear away.
Mbh.5.94.4418 And having reached the gate of the court, Sauri, that bull among the Satwatas, alighting from his car, that resembled the summit of Kailasa, entered the court which looked like a mass of newly-risen clouds, and blazed forth with beauty, and resembled the very abode of the great Indra.
Mbh.5.111.5078 It was here, on the breast of Kailasa, O Galava, that Kuvera, was installed on the sovereignty of the Rakshasas, the Yakshas, and the Gandharvas.
Mbh.5.111.5092 It is in this region that the mountains of Kailasa lie, the abode of Ailavila Kuvera.
Mbh.5.158.6996 And surrounded and guarded by those foremost warriors of the Vrishni race, resembling a herd of mighty tigers, like Vasava in the midst of the Maruts, the mighty-armed and handsome Rama, attired in garments of blue silk and resembling the peak of the Kailasa mountain, and endued with the sportive gait of the lion and possessed of eyes having their ends reddened with drink, came there at such a time.
Mbh.6.3.157 From the mountains of Kailasa and Mandara and Himavat thousands of explosions are heard and thousands of summits are tumbling down.
Mbh.6.6.371 The huge mountains of Hemakuta are otherwise called Kailasa.
Mbh.6.6.373 Immediately to the north of Kailasa and near the mountains of Mainaka there is a huge and beautiful mountain called Manimaya endued with golden summits.
Mbh.6.62.3365 And beholding the mighty-armed Bhimasena with upraised mace and looking like the crested Kailasa mount, thy sons fled away in terror.
Mbh.6.95.5004 Beholding him with mace thus upraised and looking on that account like the crested Kailasa, both the Kuru king and Drona's son rushed towards him.
Mbh.7.11.427 And there where Janardana is, there will be the heroic Rama, equal in strength to ten thousand elephants, resembling the Kailasa peak, decked with garlands of wild flowers, and armed with the plough.
Mbh.9.11.693 Resembling the very bludgeon of Yama, impending upon the head of the foe like kala-ratri Death Night, exceedingly destructive of the lives of elephants and steeds and human beings, twined round with cloth of gold, looking like a blazing meteor, equipped with a sling, fierce as a she-snake, hard as thunder, and made wholly of iron, smeared with sandal-paste and other unguents like a desirable lady, smutted with marrow and fat and blood, resembling the very tongue of Yama, producing shrill sounds in consequence of the bells attached to it, like unto the thunder of Indra, resembling in shape a snake of virulent poison just freed from its slough, drenched with the juicy secretions of elephants, inspiring hostile troops with terror and friendly troops with joy, celebrated in the world of men, and capable of riving mountain summits, that mace, with which the mighty son of Kunti had in Kailasa challenged the enraged Lord of Alaka, the friend of Maheshvara, that weapon with which Bhima, though resisted by many, had in wrath slain a large number of proud Guhyakas endued with powers of illusion on the breasts of Gandhamadana for the sake of procuring Mandara flowers for doing what was agreeable to Draupadi, uplifting that mace which was rich with diamonds and jewels and gems and possessed of eight sides and celebrated as Indra's thunder, the mighty-armed son of Pandu now rushed against Shalya.
Mbh.9.12.704 Bhima, however, armed with his mighty mace, rushed impetuously towards Shalya who then looked like the blazing Yuga-fire, or the Destroyer armed with the noose, or the Kailasa mountain with its formidable crest, or Vasava with his thunder, or Mahadeva with his trident, or an infuriate elephant in the forest.
Mbh.9.31.2300 The Pandavas beheld thy son, as he came armed with mace, look like the crested mountain of Kailasa.
Mbh.9.31.2303 Beholding him stand there with uplifted mace like the crested mountain of Kailasa, Bhimasena, O monarch, addressed him, saying, Call to thy mind all those wrongs that king Dhritarashtra and thyself have done unto us!
Mbh.9.43.3111 Soma also gave him two companions, Mani and Sumani, both of whom looked like summits of the Kailasa mountain and always used white garlands and white unguents.
Mbh.9.54.3896 Beholding Duryodhana also standing with uplifted mace like mount Kailasa graced with its summit, Bhimasena, filled with wrath, once more addressed him, saying, Recall to thy mind that evil act of thyself and king Dhritarashtra that occurred at Varanavata!
Mbh.9.58.4175 The form of that high-souled warrior of uplifted arms then became like that of the gigantic mountains of Kailasa variegated with diverse kinds of metals.
Mbh.12.44.2211 Obtaining it, Sahadeva became delighted as the Lord of treasures upon obtaining Kailasa.
Mbh.12.181.10913 Beholding the great Rishi Bhrigu blazing with energy and splendour, seated on the Kailasa summit, Bharadwaja addressed him in the following words'
Mbh.12.282.17386 The high-souled deities, the Vasus of immeasurable energy, the high-souled Aswins, those foremost of physicians, and king Vaisravana waited upon by many a Guhyaka, that lord of the Yakshas, endued with prosperity and puissance, and having his abode on the summit of Kailasa, all waited upon the highsouled Mahadeva.
Mbh.12.283.17473 He beheld Mahadeva, and his divine spouse, viz, that giver of excellent boons seated on the summit of Kailasa with the highsouled Narada sitting beside the goddess.
Mbh.12.331.21220 Leaving his sire, that foremost of Rishis then proceeded to the spacious breast of Kailasa which was inhabited by crowds of ascetics crowned with success
Mbh.12.332.21234 Ascending then from the breast of the Kailasa mountain, he soared into the sky.
Mbh.13.17.1914 Thou art he who dwells on the mount Kailasa.
Mbh.13.17.2382 Thou art he who resides on the mountains of Kailasa.
Mbh.13.17.2444 Thou art he who has an excellent and beautiful home in consequence of its being placed upon the delightful mountains of Kailasa.
Mbh.13.19.2953 Refreshed by such rest, he set out from that region and then proceeded towards Kailasa.
Mbh.13.19.2991 He crossed the Kailasa and the Mandara as also the golden mountains.
Mbh.13.83.7412 Beholding the great goddess Aditi thus undergoing the severest austerities, the daughter of Daksha, viz, the illustrious Surabhi, herself devoted to righteousness, similarly underwent very severe austerities upon the breast of the delightful mountains of Kailasa that are resorted to by both the deities and the Gandharvas.
Mbh.13.155.12962 Possessed of wealth of penances, the Rishi brought the River Ganga, who had gone to Kailasa, to that spot.
Mbh.14.77.3360 The prince of mountains, viz, Kailasa, began to tremble.
Mbh.18.6.366 Ascending a celestial car that resembles the summit of the Kailasa mountains in beauty, that is equipt with an altar made of stones of lapis lazuli and other precious gems, that is surrounded by beautiful objects of diverse kinds, that is decked with gems and corals, that moves at the will of the rider, and that teems with waiting Apsaras, he roves through all the regions of felicity, like a second deity of the Sun.
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Jijith Nadumuri Ravi
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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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