Kamyaka

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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.1.2.382 Then comes the third parva called Aranyaka relating to the forest This parva treats of the wending of the Pandavas to the forest and the citizens, following the wise Yudhishthira, Yudhishthira's adoration of the god of day; according to the injunctions of Dhaumya, to be gifted with the power of maintaining the dependent Brahmanas with food and drink: the creation of food through the grace of the Sun: the expulsion by Dhritarashtra of Vidura who always spoke for his master's good; Vidura's coming to the Pandavas and his return to Dhritarashtra at the solicitation of the latter; the wicked Duryodhana's plottings to destroy the forest-ranging Pandavas, being incited thereto by Karna; the appearance of Vyasa and his dissuasion of Duryodhana bent on going to the forest; the history of Surabhi; the arrival of Maitreya; his laying down to Dhritarashtra the course of action; and his curse on Duryodhana; Bhima's slaying of Kirmira in battle; the coming of the Panchalas and the princes of the Vrishni race to Yudhishthira on hearing of his defeat at the unfair gambling by Sakuni; Dhananjaya's allaying the wrath of Krishna; Draupadi's lamentations before Madhava; Krishna's cheering her; the fall of Sauva also has been here described by the Rishi; also Krishna's bringing Subhadra with her son to Dwaraka; and Dhrishtadyumna's bringing the son of Draupadi to Panchala; the entrance of the sons of Pandu into the romantic Dwaita wood; conversation of Bhima, Yudhishthira, and Draupadi; the coming of Vyasa to the Pandavas and his endowing Yudhishthira with the power of Pratismriti; then, after the departure of Vyasa, the removal of the Pandavas to the forest of Kamyaka; the wanderings of Arjuna of immeasurable prowess in search of weapons; his battle with Mahadeva in the guise of a hunter; his meeting with the lokapalas and receipt of weapons from them; his journey to the regions of Indra for arms and the consequent anxiety of Dhritarashtra; the wailings and lamentations of Yudhishthira on the occasion of his meeting with the worshipful great sage Brihadaswa.
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.1.2.393 After these, is the story of Matsya; other old stories recited by Markandeya; the stories of Indradyumna and Dhundhumara; then the history of the chaste wife; the history of Angira, the meeting and conversation of Draupadi and Satyabhama; the return of the Pandavas to the forest of Dwaita; then the procession to see the calves and the captivity of Duryodhana; and when the wretch was being carried off, his rescue by Arjuna; here is Yudhishthira's dream of the deer; then the re-entry of the Pandavas into the Kamyaka forest, here also is the long story of Vrihidraunika.
Mbh.2.51.2143 And they were all darkish as rocks and always musty, and procured from the sides of the Kamyaka lake, and covered with defensive armour.
Mbh.3.3.277 After the sacrifices, the sons of Pandu, blessed by the auspicious rites performed by Dhaumya and accompanied by him, and surrounded also by the Brahmanas set out for the woods of Kamyaka
Mbh.3.5.324 And at length they saw before them the woods, Kamyaka, the favourite haunt of Munis, situated by a level and wild plain on the banks of the Saraswati.
Mbh.3.5.326 And Vidura always longing to see the Pandavas, went in a single car to the Kamyaka woods abounding in every good thing.
Mbh.3.5.327 And arriving at Kamyaka on a car drawn by swift steeds, he saw Yudhishthira the just, sitting with Draupadi at a retired spot, surrounded by his brothers and the Brahmanas.
Mbh.3.6.365 Vaisampayana continued, Hearing these words of the king, Sanjaya expressed his approbation, and saying So be it' went in the direction of the Kamyaka woods.
Mbh.3.10.481 Maitreya said, Setting out on a pilgrimage to the different shrines, I arrived at Kuru-jangala, and there I unexpectedly saw Yudhishthira the just in the woods of Kamyaka.
Mbh.3.11.516 I have often heard of it in course of my conversation with the Pandavas while I was with them O foremost of kings, defeated at dice the Pandavas departed from hence and travelling for three days and nights they at length reached those woods that go by the name of Kamyaka.
Mbh.3.11.517 O king, just after the dreadful hour of midnight when all nature is asleep, when man-eating Rakshasas of terrible deeds begin to wander, the ascetics and the cowherds and other rangers of the forest used to shun the woods of Kamyaka and fly to a distance from fear of cannibals.
Mbh.3.11.536 I live at ease in these deserted woods of Kamyaka, daily procuring my food by vanquishing men in fight.
Mbh.3.22.1125 O foremost of king, O bull of the Bharata race, the multitude that surrounded those high-souled ones in the forest of Kamyaka looked extraordinary.
Mbh.3.36.1898 Glad of the advice given him by Vyasa, the son of Kunti then, leaving the wood Dwaitavana went to the forest of Kamyaka on the banks of the Saraswati.
Mbh.3.36.1900 Arrived at Kamyaka, those illustrious bulls amongst the Bharata took up their residence there along with their friends and attendants.
Mbh.3.37.1926 And at the command of Yudhishthira, the strong-armed Arjuna, taking up the Gandiva as also his inexhaustible quivers, and accoutred in mail and gauntlets and finger-protectors made of the skin of the guana, and having poured oblations into the fire and made the Brahmanas to utter benedictions after gifts, set out from Kamyaka with the objects of beholding Indra.
Mbh.3.38.1997 At Yudhishthira's command, Dhananjaya of immeasurable prowess set out from Kamyaka to obtain a sight of Sakra, the chief of the celestials and of Sankara, the god of gods.
Mbh.3.47.2463 Thou wilt behold the brave Yudhishthira living in the woods of Kamyaka.
Mbh.3.50.2539 And it was that the Pandavas lived for five years in the woods of Kamyaka, in anxiety at the absence of Arjuna, and engaged all the while in study and prayers and sacrifices
Mbh.3.51.2553 The slayer of Madhu, that hero of unfading glory, hearing that the Pandavas had been defeated at dice, soon went to the woods of Kamyaka and consoled them there.
Mbh.3.52.2583 Vaisampayana said, When the high-souled Partha went to Indra's region for obtaining weapons, those bulls of the Bharata race continued to dwell with Krishna in the woods of Kamyaka.
Mbh.3.80.3914 SECTION LXXX Tirtha-yatra Parva Janamejaya said, O holy one, after my great-grandfather Partha had gone away from the woods of Kamyaka, what did the sons of Pandu do in the absence of that hero capable of drawing the bow with his left hand?
Mbh.3.80.3917 Vaisampayana said, After Arjuna of unbaffled prowess had gone away from Kamyaka, the sons of Pandu, O son, were filled with sorrow and grief.
Mbh.3.80.3920 And, O Janamejaya, those tigers among men, the sons of Pandu, deprived of the company of Arjuna, continued to live in Kamyaka in perfect cheerlessness.
Mbh.3.80.3927 Without him who is like a mass of blue clouds in hue, who hath the prowess of an infuriated elephant, and whose eyes are like the leaves of the lotus, this Kamyaka forest doth not seem beautiful to me.
Mbh.3.80.3931 Without that mighty-armed one relying upon whom the Panchalas and the Kauravas fear not the sternly-exerting ranks of the celestials themselves, without that illustrious hero relying upon whose arms we all regard our foes as already vanquished and the earth itself as already conquered, without that Phalguna I cannot obtain any peace in the woods of Kamyaka.
Mbh.3.80.3934 Without him who having gone towards the north had vanquished mighty Gandharva chiefs by hundreds, and who having obtained numberless handsome horses of the Tittiri and Kalmasha species all endowed with the speed of the wind, presented them from affection unto his brother the king, on the occasion of the great Rajasuya sacrifice, without that dear and illustrious one, without that terrible warrior born after Bhima, without that hero equal unto a god I do not desire to live in the Kamyaka woods any longer'
Mbh.3.86.4768 Without that hero, however, that best of men, ourselves, with Krishna, cannot be at rest in Kamyaka.
Mbh.3.86.4771 O Brahmana, deprived of Arjuna, I do not like to stay in this wood of Kamyaka.
Mbh.3.87.4791 At Kamyaka, Kusika's son had quaffed the Soma juice with Indra.
Mbh.3.92.4961 And the royal son of Kunti, with only a small number of Brahmanas, abode for three nights at Kamyaka, cheered by Lomasa
Mbh.3.93.4980 Just at this time, the blessed Vyasa, as also Parvata and Narada, all endued with high intelligence, came to Kamyaka for seeing the son of Pandu.
Mbh.3.145.7359 Do thou, therefore, procure others for my satisfaction, in order that I may carry them to our hermitage in the Kamyaka.
Mbh.3.163.8269 They had become overwhelmed with grief ever since the moment when at the command of his brother, Yudhishthira, Jishnu of the tread of a mad elephant had departed from the Kamyaka forest.
Mbh.3.166.8316 From Kamyaka repairing to the Bhrigutunga, I spent there one night, being engaged in austerities And it came to pass that on the next I saw a certain Brahmana.
Mbh.3.181.9000 And as soon as the dark fortnight set in immediately after, the sons of Pandu entered the forest named the Kamyaka, accompanied by Dhananjaya and their charioteers and cooks
Mbh.3.182.9001 SECTION CLXXXII Vaisampayana said, O son of Kuru, they, Yudhishthira and others, having reached the forest of Kamyaka, were, hospitably received by hosts of saints and they lived together with Krishna.
Mbh.3.256.12588 And proceeding along the roads walked by travellers, furnished with excellent corn and clear water, they at length beheld the sacred asylum of Kamyaka endued with ascetic merit.
Mbh.3.262.12855 SECTION CCLXII Vaisampayana said, These great warriors of the race of Bharata sojourned like immortals in the great forest of Kamyaka, employed in hunting and pleased with the sight of numerous wild tracts of country and wide reaches of woodland, gorgeous with flowers blossoming in season.
Mbh.3.262.12859 And the prince halted in the woods of Kamyaka.
Mbh.3.266.12961 Thou canst not, cruel as thou art, frighten me by seizing me with violence, for as soon as those Kuru warriors will espy me they will bring me back to the woods of Kamyaka
Mbh.3.267.12981 As a lake rid by Garuda of the mighty snake that dwells in it, as a pot drained of its contents by thirsty men, as a kingdom reft of king and prosperity, even so doth the forest of Kamyaka seem to me'
Mbh.3.270.13217 And the wicked Jayadratha also returned home, and the sons of Pandu continued to dwell in the forest of Kamyaka
Mbh.3.297.14699 Vaisampayana said, Thus exhorted by that high-souled sage, the son of Pandu, O king, with his mind free from anxiety, continued to live in the forest of Kamyaka.
Mbh.3.308.15125 Vaisampayana said, Having defeated the chief of the Saindhavas, and rescued Krishna, and having outlived the entire term of their painful exile in the woods, and having listened to the ancient stories about gods and Rishis recited by Markandeya, those heroes among men returned from their asylum in Kamyaka to the sacred Dwaitavana, with all their cars, and followers, and accompanied by their charioteers, their kine, and the citizens who had followed them
Mbh.3.309.15127 Vaisampayana said, Having felt great affliction on account of the abduction of Krishna, king Yudhishthira of unfading glory, with his brothers, left the woods of Kamyaka and returned to the delightful and picturesque Dwaitavana abounding in trees and containing delicious fruits and roots.
Mbh.7.181.9874 Learning that Partha, having white steeds, had departed for the acquisition of weapons, that great bowman viz, Ghatotkacha, O Krishna, came to me at Kamyaka.
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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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