Madhava

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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.1.2.374 This parva then describes Arjuna's meeting on the way with Ulupi, the daughter of a Naga serpent; it then relates his visits to several sacred spots; the birth of Vabhruvahana; the deliverance by Arjuna of the five celestial damsels who had been turned into alligators by the imprecation of a Brahmana, the meeting of Madhava and Arjuna on the holy spot called Prabhasa; the carrying away of Subhadra by Arjuna, incited thereto by her brother Krishna, in the wonderful car moving on land and water, and through mid-air, according to the wish of the rider; the departure for Indraprastha, with the dower; the conception in the womb of Subhadra of that prodigy of prowess, Abhimanyu; Yajnaseni's giving birth to children; then follows the pleasure-trip of Krishna and Arjuna to the banks of the Jamuna and the acquisition by them of the discus and the celebrated bow Gandiva; the burning of the forest of Khandava; the rescue of Maya by Arjuna, and the escape of the serpent, and the begetting of a son by that best of Rishis, Mandapala, in the womb of the bird Sarngi.
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.1.95.5233 And Janamejaya had married Ananta, the daughter of Madhava, and begat upon her a son called Prachinwat.
Mbh.1.200.9953 And Madhava Krishna also sent unto them costly robes manufactured in various countries, and many beautiful and soft blankets and hides of great value, and many costly beds and carpets and vehicles.
Mbh.1.219.10685 Madhava soon went there to see his friend, the son of Kunti.
Mbh.1.222.10811 Krishna rose hastily and embraced the sister of Madhava from affection, and said, Let thy husband be without a foe'
Mbh.1.222.10820 King Yudhishthira, hearing that Madhava had arrived, sent the twins out to receive him.
Mbh.1.225.11048 Then, there is no weapon suited to Krishna's energy and with which Madhava can slay Nagas and Pisachas.
Mbh.1.226.11089 And, O Madhava, hurled by thee in battle at thy foes, this weapon will irresistibly slay the enemy and again come back into thy hands'
Mbh.1.228.11174 The Munis who were witnessing the battle from the skies, beholding the celestials defeated by Madhava and Arjuna, were filled with wonder.
Mbh.1.235.11494 At this Sakra of great splendour, having fixed the time for giving them, said, When the illustrious Madhava becomes pleased with thee, then, O son of Pandu, I will give thee all my weapons!
Mbh.2.15.671 Madhava, O thou of the Vrishni race, I am repeatedly depressed by the thought whether Jarasandha is capable or not of being slain by thee, by Rama, by Bhimasena, or by Arjuna.
Mbh.2.32.1374 And Madhava, that tiger among men enhancing that limitless mass of wealth the Pandavas had by that inexhaustible ocean of gems he had brought, enhanced the sorrows of the enemies of the Pandavas.
Mbh.2.32.1379 And, O son of Devaki, O Madhava, I desire to devote that wealth according to the ordinance, unto superior Brahmanas and the carrier of sacrificial libations.
Mbh.2.36.1504 Or, if thou regardest Vasudeva as your well-wisher and supporter, here is Drupada; how then can Madhava deserve the first worship?
Mbh.2.36.1526 If the helpless sons of Kunti were affrighted and disposed to meanness, thou, O Madhava, ought to have enlightened them as to thy claims to the first worship?
Mbh.2.39.1605 O Yudhishthira, Madhava is the progenitor as also the destroyer of all created beings of the four species, oviparous, etc
Mbh.2.43.1759 Let him who wisheth for speedy death, summon to battle Madhava of dark hue and the wielder of the discus and the mace; and falling enter into and mingle with the body of this god
Mbh.3.18.908 What will the irrepressible Madhava, the elder brother of Gada, say to me when he heareth that I have left the field of battle in bewilderment or that I have been struck on the back, a run-away from the combat!
Mbh.3.188.9505 This Madhava is the father and mother of all creatures!
Mbh.5.69.3472 SECTION LXIX Dhritarashtra said, How hast thou, O Sanjaya, been able to know Madhava as the Supreme Lord of the universe?
Mbh.5.72.3536 Relying on thee, O Madhava, we have fearlessly asked back our share from Duryodhana who is filled with immeasurable pride and from his counsellors.
Mbh.5.72.3586 Our first-efforts will be such that, O Madhava, both ourselves and the Kauravas, united in peace, will quietly enjoy our prosperity.
Mbh.5.72.3639 But, O Madhava, Dhritarashtra's affection for his son is great.
Mbh.5.72.3642 How may we, O Madhava, preserve both our interest and virtue?
Mbh.5.72.3650 I do not like that thou, O Krishna, shouldst proceed into their midst, If any mischief be done to thee, O Madhava, Jett alone happiness; nothing, not even divinity, nor even the sovereignty over all the gods will delight us'
Mbh.5.76.3769 Who else, O Madhava, knowing me to be Bhimasena, could address me with such unbecoming words as thou dost?
Mbh.5.78.3838 That Duryodhana, O Madhava, will behave with justice towards the Pandavas is what I cannot believe.
Mbh.5.80.3869 SECTION LXXX Nakula said, Much hath been said, O Madhava, by king Yudhishthira the just who is conversant with morality and endued with liberality, and thou hast heard what hath been said by Falguni also.
Mbh.5.80.3882 Virata with his sons, Drupada with his allies, and Dhrishtadyumna, O Madhava, and the ruler of Kasi of great prowess and Dhrishtaketu the lord of the Chedis?
Mbh.5.82.3899 SECTION LXXXII Vaisampayana said, Hearing the peaceful words of the king that were fraught with both virtue and profit, king Drupada's daughter Krishna, of long black tresses, afflicted with great grief, applauding Sahadeva and that mighty car-warrior Satyaki, addressed Madhava seated by his side.
Mbh.5.83.3987 Yudhishthira said, That lady who hath brought us from our infancy; who is ever engaged in facts and ascetic penances and propitiatory rites and ceremonies; who is devoted to the worship of the gods and guests; who is always engaged in waiting upon her superiors who is fond of her sons, bearing for them an affection that knows no bounds; who, O Janardana, is dearly loved by us; who, O grinder of foes, repeatedly saved us from the snares of Suyodhana, like a boat saving a ship-wrecked crew from the frightful terrors of the sea; and who, O Madhava, however undeserving of woe herself, hath on our account endured countless sufferings, should be asked about her welfare-Salute and embrace, and, oh, comfort her over and over, overwhelmed with grief as she is on account of her sons by talking of the Pandavas.
Mbh.5.83.4016 We are also anxious, O Madhava, to listen to those words fraught with virtue and profit, which will be spoken by thee, O chastiser of foes, unto the Kurus in the presence of all the kings.
Mbh.5.83.4018 We desire, O Madhava, to hear the excellent, truthful, and beneficial words that thou wilt utter and they also, O Govinda.
Mbh.5.85.4063 Indeed, intelligence and prowess and wisdom and energy, all reside in Madhava.
Mbh.5.86.4081 Indeed, Madhava is the guardian and protector of the Prosperous kingdom of Vrishnis and is the illustrious Great-Grandsire of even the three worlds.
Mbh.5.89.4171 And having offered that worship unto them according to established usage, Madhava the slayer of Madhu, greeted the other kings according to their seniority in years.
Mbh.5.89.4177 And Madhava having duly greeted all the Kurus in their assembly, then went to the delightful abode of Vidura; and Vidura, having approached Janardana of Dasarha's race thus arrived at his abode, worshipped him with every auspicious and desirable offering.
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.5.90.4213 Nothing could be more painful to me or to my sons themselves, O Madhava, than that they should have had to pass a period of concealment, shut up in a stranger's house.
Mbh.5.90.4222 Abandoned, O chastiser of foes, by my own father, and my father-in law, and afflicted with insufferable woes, what use, O Madhava, is there in my being alive?
Mbh.5.90.4228 Neither the loss of my husband, O Madhava, nor loss of wealth, nor our hostility with the Kurus ever inflicted such rending pains on me as that separation from my children.
Mbh.5.90.4233 Say unto the virtuous king Yudhishthira, O Madhava, that-Thy virtue, O son, is daily decreasing.
Mbh.5.91.4318 And the Kauravas that came there addressed Madhava, the heroic slayer of Madhu, saying, O thou of Vrishni's race, we place at thy disposal our houses with all the wealth within them'
Mbh.5.92.4326 He is, O Madhava, a transgressor of the scriptures, ignorant, and of wicked soul, already overtaken by fate, untractable, and disposed to do evil to those that seek his good.
Mbh.5.92.4343 As a Brahmana before a conclave of Chandalas, thy words, O Madhava, would command no respect among those ignorant and wicked wretches that have no reverence for all that deserveth reverence.
Mbh.5.92.4349 He hath mustered a strong force, O Madhava, and he hath his suspicions of thyself.
Mbh.5.92.4364 O Madhava, the love I bear to thee is equal to that I bear to the sons of Pandu.
Mbh.5.94.4396 Madhava decked his person and began to worship the rising sun.
Mbh.5.94.4424 And at Dhritarashtra's command, a seat beautiful all over, and adorned with gold, had been kept there for Krishna, And after taking his seat, Madhava smilingly greeted the king, and Bhishma, and Drona, and all other rulers, each according to his age.
Mbh.5.95.4442 And Madhava although he addressed Dhritarashtra, spoke in a voice deep as the roll of clouds in the rainy season, making the whole assembly hear.
Mbh.5.125.5562 O chastiser of foes, do not, from delusion of understanding, disregard Madhava.
Mbh.5.127.5623 If, O Madhava, we are, in the observance of the practices of our order, cut off with weapons in battle, when our end comes, even that will lead us to heaven.
Mbh.5.127.5625 If, without bowing to our enemies, ours be the bed of arrows in battle, that, O Madhava, will never grieve us.
Mbh.5.127.5632 As long, O Janardana, as king Dhritarashtra liveth, both ourselves and they, sheathing our weapons, O Madhava, should live in dependence on him.
Mbh.5.127.5634 At present, O Kesava of mighty arms, as long as I live, even that much of our land which may be covered by the point of a sharp needle shall not, O Madhava, be given by us unto the Pandavas
Mbh.5.130.5801 Desirous of seizing Madhava by putting forth all his prowess and exertion, he did not yet succeed in seizing him.
Mbh.5.131.5851 The Kauravas and all the kings of the Earth, also know, O Madhava, that I have made every endeavour to bring about peace'
Mbh.5.137.6154 Thou shalt, O Madhava, next say unto the auspicious Krishna of great fame, that daughter-in-law of the high-souled Pandu, who is conversant with the details of every virtue, these words, O thou that art highly blessed, O thou of noble parentage, O thou that art endued with great fame, that becoming behaviour which thou always showest towards my sons is, indeed, worthy of thee'
Mbh.5.141.6297 The Suta, Adhiratha, as soon as he beheld me, took me to his home, and from her affection for me, Radha's breasts were filled with milk that very day, and she, O Madhava, cleansed my urine and evacuations.
Mbh.5.141.6300 O Madhava, that Adhiratha, O Janardana, from paternal affection caused all the rites of infancy to be performed on my person, according to the rules prescribed in the scriptures.
Mbh.5.141.6323 He that hath Hrishikesa for his guide, and Dhananjaya and that mighty car-warrior Bhima for his combatants, as also Nakula and Sahadeva, and the sons of Draupadi, is fit, O Madhava, to rule over the whole earth.
Mbh.5.141.6330 The weapons called Aindra, Pasupata, Brahma, and Sthunakarna, applied by Arjuna, will, O Madhava, be the mantras of that sacrifice.
Mbh.5.141.6350 When mighty Bhimasena will slay Duryodhana, then, O Madhava, will this sacrifice of Dhritarashtra's son be concluded.
Mbh.5.143.6392 The elephants are sending forth frightful cries, while the steeds, O Madhava, are shedding tears, without taking any delight in food and drink.
Mbh.5.143.6404 The gods are showering flesh and blood, O Madhava, on Duryodhana's soldiers.
Mbh.5.143.6416 All the quarters around Duryodhana's encampment seem, O Madhava, to be ablaze.
Mbh.5.143.6434 All other kings, O Madhava, were seen by me to have blood-red head-ears.
Mbh.5.143.6443 Sanjaya said, Having spoken these words, Karna closely pressed Madhava to his bosom.
Mbh.5.159.7056 Having paid my respects, for battle's sake, to Rudra, Sakra, Vaisravana, Yama, Varuna, Pavaka, Kripa, Drona, and Madhava, and wielding that tough celestial bow of great energy called Gandiva, and accoutred with inexhaustible arrows and armed with celestial weapons, how can a person like me, O tiger among men, say, even unto Indra armed with the thunderbolt, such words as I am afraid,
Mbh.6.21.986 Indeed, it followeth Madhava.
Mbh.6.25.1083 Then Madhava and Pandu's son Arjuna, both stationed on a great car unto which were yoked white steeds, blew their celestial conches.
Mbh.6.25.1104 How, O Madhava can we be happy by killing our own kinsmen?
Mbh.6.50.2614 Tell me, O Madhava, without delay, what should be done that might do me good.
Mbh.6.51.2672 And Madhava and Arjuna, both stationed on a great car unto which were yoked white steeds, blew their excellent conches decked with gold and jewels.
Mbh.6.52.2729 Then Arjuna, indignant at seeing Madhava, pierced in that combat the charioteer of Ganga's son with three arrows.
Mbh.6.59.3139 Then Madhava urged those steeds of silvery hue to where, O king, the car of Bhishma was, that car which, like the very sun, was incapable of being gazed at.
Mbh.6.82.4296 Then Arjuna, excited with great wrath, addressing him of Vrishni's race, said, Behold, O Madhava, the Dhartarashtra troops in battle, arrayed by the high-souled son of Ganga, acquainted with every kind of array.
Mbh.6.82.4297 Behold, O Madhava, those brave warriors, countless in number, and desirous of battle with me.
Mbh.6.85.4491 Guide the horses so, O Madhava, that the foe may not be able to slay our troops'
Mbh.6.97.5139 There is no time, O Madhava, to lose in action.
Mbh.6.107.5696 Thus asked, Madhava urged those steeds of a silvery hue, to the spot where Bhishma, incapable of being looked at like the Sun himself, was staying.
Mbh.6.107.5713 Beholding Madhava in the vicinity of Bhishma and about to fall upon him in that furious battle, the hearts of all the combatants seemed to be in a stupor.
Mbh.6.107.5730 O Madhava, people will say that thou art a liar.
Mbh.6.107.5735 Madhava, however, hearing these words of the high-souled Phalguni, spoke not a word, but in anger once more mounted upon the car.
Mbh.6.108.5809 Therefore, O Madhava, as promised before by thee, render me aid without fighting for me.
Mbh.6.108.5813 Therefore, O Lord, Bhishma may give me sovereignty by giving me good counsel, O Madhava.
Mbh.6.108.5820 O Madhava, him, our aged grandsire, I wish to day, him, the sire of our sire.
Mbh.6.108.5878 burning with grief and his face suffused in shame, said these words, How, O Madhava, shall I fight in battle with the grandsire who is my senior in years, who is possessed of wisdom and intelligence, and who is the oldest member of our race?
Mbh.6.108.5905 Sanjaya continued, Having settled this with Bhishma's permission, the Pandavas, along with Madhava, went away with rejoicing hearts.
Mbh.6.122.6777 Then at the proper time, the mighty Madhava, approaching the Pandavas, those mighty car-warriors cheerfully seated together and filled with joy at the fall of Bhishma, said unto Dharma's son Yudhishthira these words, By good luck victory hath been thine, O thou of Kuru's rare!
Mbh.7.3.128 Delighted in battle, that son of Pandu is protected by Madhava.
Mbh.7.11.412 Putting forth his prowess, Madhava hurled unto the sea the Daitya city called Saubha, moving in the skies, protected by Salwa, and regarded as impregnable.
Mbh.7.25.1347 Seeing that feat of Partha resembling that of Vasava himself, Madhava wondered much and, addressing him with joined hands, said, Verily, O Partha, I think that this feat which thou hast achieved, could not be performed by Sakra, or Yama, or the Lord of treasures himself.
Mbh.7.70.3006 O Madhava, is it all right with my brothers today?
Mbh.7.75.3273 And, O Madhava, let also that daughter-in-law, and her companions, be comforted by thee; O lord, comfort them with soothing words that are again fraught with truth'
Mbh.7.77.3345 Then Partha, with a cheerful soul, having smeared Madhava with perfumes and adorned with floral garlands, presented unto Mahadeva the nightly offering
Mbh.7.78.3419 Their force, number, consists, O Madhava, of remnant, after slaughter, of eleven Akshauhinis of troops, difficult of being vanquished.
Mbh.7.80.3572 And addressing Madhava with the usual enquiries of welcome, king Yudhishthira the just duly worshipped Kesava'
Mbh.7.81.3586 O Madhava, become thou today a boat unto us that are desirous of crossing that ocean.
Mbh.7.81.3592 O Madhava, make those words true.
Mbh.7.95.4379 Beholding that lightness of hand equal unto that of Vasava himself, that foremost of regenerate ones, that first of all persons conversant with weapons, was highly gratified with Madhava.
Mbh.7.96.4444 Unyoking the steeds to their case, pluck off their arrows, O Madhava'
Mbh.7.100.4639 That however, which one wearing such armour should do, is not known to him, O Madhava!
Mbh.7.107.5085 O Madhava, There is nothing unachievable by Satyaki'
Mbh.7.108.5109 I was strongly and repeatedly solicited by Arjuna in the midst of all our warriors and in the hearing also of Vasudeva in these words, Today, O Madhava, nobly resolved in battle, protect thou the king carefully, till I slay Jayadratha!
Mbh.7.108.5116 Slaying Jayadratha, I shall soon come back, O Madhava!
Mbh.7.108.5118 If Yudhishthira be seized by Bharadwaja's son, O Madhava, I shall not succeed in slaying Jayadratha, and great will be my grief.
Mbh.7.108.5121 O mighty-armed one, for doing what is agreeable to me, therefore, O Madhava, as also for the sake of my success and fame, protect the king in battle'
Mbh.7.108.5144 Yudhishthira hearing these words said, It is even so, O mighty-armed one, as thou sayest, O Madhava!
Mbh.7.111.5390 I think, large bodies of steeds slain or routed by Madhava and Partha, my sons are filled with grief.
Mbh.7.112.5503 That terrible lance, passing through the left arm of Madhava in fierce battle, entered the earth, like a hissing snake of gigantic proportion.
Mbh.7.113.5537 Then Madhava, O king, in that battle, cut off with razor-faced arrow, smiling the while, the bow of the Kuru king.
Mbh.7.113.5551 Hearing that uproar, the mighty car-warrior Kritavarman quickly proceeded to that spot where the puissant Madhava.
Mbh.7.114.5592 Taking up a dart made of iron and equipped with golden staff Drona sped it quickly at the car of Madhava.
Mbh.7.114.5596 Drona also, in that battle, O king, cut off the huge bow of Madhava with a crescent-shaped arrow and smote the latter's driver with a dart.
Mbh.7.117.5730 And Duryodhana, having pierced Madhava with three and seventy arrows, then pierced his charioteer with three keen shafts.
Mbh.7.118.5788 Then there arose among thy troops, O sire, while they were being thus ground by Madhava a noise like that of the ocean at full tide.
Mbh.7.120.5898 And piercing the four steeds of Satyaki with four arrows, his charioteer with three, and Satyaki himself with a hundred in that battle, Duhsasana uttered a loud roar, Then, O monarch, Madhava, inflamed with rage, soon made Duhsasana's car and driver and standard and Duhsasana himself invisible by means of his straight arrows.
Mbh.7.121.5941 The brave Madhava and Arjuna have entered the hostile army!
Mbh.7.123.6068 Casting his eyes around in expectation of seeing Savyasachin, Yudhishthira, however, saw neither that son of Pritha nor Madhava.
Mbh.7.123.6078 Fearing, as I do, the reproach of the world, I should therefore, send Vrikodara, the son of Pritha, in the track of the high-souled Madhava.
Mbh.7.125.6252 Both those heroes, simultaneously hearing that shout of the mighty Bhima, repeatedly shouted from desire of beholding Vrikodara Then Arjuna uttering loud roar, and Madhava also doing the same, careered in battle like a couple of roaring bulls.
Mbh.7.138.6938 His steeds as also their driver, are tired, O Madhava!
Mbh.7.139.6960 Causing thy death today, O Madhava, with keen shafts, I will gladden the wives of all those that have been slain by thee in battle.
Mbh.7.139.7024 Mentally applauding the Kuru warrior thus, O king, the mighty-armed Arjuna, the son of Pritha, replied unto Vasudeva, saying, My eyes having rested upon of the Sindhus, I could not, O Madhava, see Satyaki.
Mbh.7.144.7501 Beholding Satyaki carless and Karna ready for battle Madhava blew his conch of loud blare in the Rishabha note
Mbh.7.145.7604 Unto him Arjuna replied, Through thy grace, O Madhava, this vow that even the gods could with difficulty accomplish, hath been accomplished by me.
Mbh.7.146.7671 Prosperity to thee, O Madhava!
Mbh.7.159.8613 Then, O monarch, the mighty car-warrior, Somadatta, in that battle, cut off with a crescent-shaped arrow the large bow of Madhava.
Mbh.7.169.9122 Madhava pierced Duryodhana with a dozen blood-drinking shafts, sped from his bow drawn to its fullest stretch.
Mbh.7.169.9130 Then Madhava, with a broad-headed shafts suddenly cut off in that encounter the formidable bow of thy son in the handle, Deprived of both his car and bow, that puissant ruler of men then mounted quickly upon the bright car of Kritavarman.
Mbh.7.184.10071 Beholding the Kuru host divided into two bodies, Madhava addressed Arjuna and said, Keeping thy foes to thy left, place this division commanded by Drona to thy right.
Mbh.7.184.10072 Obedient to the counsels of Madhava in respect of the Kurus, Dhananjaya moved to the left of those two mighty bowmen, viz, Drona, and Karna.
Mbh.8.16.660 Tell me, O Madhava, to which of these duties should I first turn?
Mbh.8.16.675 Piercing Madhava and the son of Pandu with the thick arrowy shower, Drona's son filled with joy, roared aloud like a vast mass of congregated clouds.
Mbh.8.16.676 Hearing that roar of his, the son of Pandu said unto Keshava of unfading glory these words Behold, O Madhava, this wickedness towards me of the preceptor's son.
Mbh.8.27.1161 That ironmouthed lance having a golden shaft, piercing through the left arm of the high-souled Madhava, penetrated into the Earth.
Mbh.8.27.1162 Madhava being thus pierced with that lance in great battle the goad and the reins, O king, fell down from his hands.
Mbh.8.56.3268 Then the valiant Ashvatthama, with hundreds of keen arrows, stupefied both Madhava and the son of Pandu in that battle.
Mbh.8.58.3362 Having shown the field of battle to Partha, Madhava, while proceeding quickly, slowly said unto Partha once more, Behold those kings rushing towards king Yudhishthira.
Mbh.8.59.3421 Meanwhile Madhava, addressing Arjuna, said, Behold, O Partha, how the son of Drona is rushing with great speed towards the car of Prishata's son.
Mbh.8.70.4216 I am saved by thee, O Madhava.
Mbh.8.71.4247 Having said these words unto the king, he addressed Madhava, saying, Without doubt, O Krishna, I will slay Karna in battle today.
Mbh.8.71.4251 Endued with great intelligence, Madhava once more addressed the son of Dharma, saying, O Yudhishthira, it behoveth thee to comfort Vibhatsu, and command him to slaughter Karna of wicked soul.
Mbh.8.74.4523 I do not know what will be the measure, O Madhava, of the joy of Sini's grandson today after I shall have slain Karna and won the victory.
Mbh.8.74.4525 Today, slaying Karna in dreadful battle, I will pay off my debt, O Madhava, to the Pancalas with Dhrishtadyumna and Shikhandi!
Mbh.8.87.5374 Once more the ruler of the Madras said, If, O Karna, the white steeded Arjuna slays thee in battle today, I myself, on a single car, will slay both Madhava and Phalguna
Mbh.8.87.5391 Today thou shalt, O Madhava, comfort Krishna of tearful face and king Yudhishthira the just with words sweet as nectar
Mbh.8.90.5643 Beholding that shaft blazing in the welkin, the slayer of Kamsa, Madhava, with great speed and the greatest ease, pressed down with his feet that excellent car, causing it to sink about a cubit deep.
Mbh.8.90.5645 Indeed, seeing that snake in the form of an arrow aimed by Karna, Madhava, that foremost of all persons endued with might, put forth his strength and thus pressed down with his feet that car into the earth, whereat the steeds, as already said bending down their knees, laid themselves down upon the earth when the car itself had sank into it.
Mbh.8.96.6130 Conversing with those two heroes, viz, Madhava and Phalguna, the king beheld Karna, that bull among men, lying on the field of battle.
Mbh.8.96.6134 He then applauded those tigers among men, Madhava and Phalguna, saying, O Govinda, today I have become king of the earth, with my brothers, in consequence of thyself of great wisdom having become my protector and lord.
Mbh.9.7.430 Hearing those shouts of thy army, king Yudhishthira, addressing him of Vrishni's race, said these words, in the hearing of all the Kshatriyas, The ruler of the Madras, Shalya, that great bowman who is highly regarded by all the warriors hath, O Madhava, been made the leader of his forces by Dhritarashtra's son.
Mbh.9.7.431 Knowing this that has happened, do, O Madhava, that which is beneficial.
Mbh.9.13.805 Beholding his troops shrouded with arrows, O monarch, in that battle, king Yudhishthira the just began to reflect in this strain, Verily, how shall those grave words of Madhava become true?
Mbh.9.22.1500 The army of Dhritarashtra's son, O Madhava, which was vast as the ocean, hath, O Achyuta, become, after encountering ourselves, even like the indent caused by a cow's hoof!
Mbh.9.22.1501 If peace had been made after Bhishma's fall, O Madhava, everything would have been well!
Mbh.9.22.1503 The words that were uttered by Bhishma, O Madhava, were beneficial and worthy of adoption.
Mbh.9.22.1527 Even thus, O Madhava, did Vidura of true foresight often speak to me!
Mbh.9.22.1532 I shall, O Madhava, slay all the warriors today!
Mbh.9.22.1535 Exercising my reason, O Madhava, and reflected in my own mind, O thou of Vrishni's race, thinking of Vidura's words, and taking into account the acts of the wicked-souled Duryodhana himself, I have come to this conclusion!
Mbh.9.23.1623 Having escaped with difficulty from Dhrishtadyumna whose steeds had been tired, I fell among the forces of Madhava even as a sinner falleth into hell.
Mbh.9.25.1696 These, O Madhava, form the remnant of Duryodhana's force!
Mbh.9.29.2041 Even if the wielder of the thunderbolt himself aid him in battle, people, O Madhava, shall yet behold him slain today'
Mbh.9.31.2275 Do not, O Madhava, give way to grief!
Mbh.9.32.2347 I am desirous, O Madhava, of beholding this encounter with the mace between these two disciples of mine
Mbh.9.44.3347 Passing one night there, that slayer of hostile heroes, Madhava, praising that foremost of tirthas and touching its water, became cheerful and happy.
Mbh.9.52.3781 Listen now to me, O Madhava, about those that are yet alive!
Mbh.9.52.3790 If thou feelest any curiosity, then hasten, O Madhava, without tarrying here!
Mbh.9.61.4405 Know, O Madhava, that Gandhari's wrath, O mighty-armed one, hath been provoked!
Mbh.9.61.4410 That thou shouldst go there, O Madhava, is what I think to be proper, for pacifying Gandhari, O chastiser of foes, who is blazing with wrath!
Mbh.9.61.4419 The adorable Madhava then, riding on his vehicle, proceeded, and arriving at the city called after the elephant entered it.
Mbh.11.13.544 What thou sayest, O Madhava, is perfectly true.
Mbh.11.13.548 I desire eagerly, O Madhava, to embrace that hero, the second son of Pandu.
Mbh.11.16.679 Witnessing that universal slaughter of the Kurus and filled with grief at the sight, she said these words: Behold, O lotus-eyed Madhava, these daughters-in-law of mine!
Mbh.11.17.746 Behold, O Madhava, my son, that foremost of warriors, wrathful, skilled in weapons, and irresistible in battle, sleeping on the bed of heroes.
Mbh.11.17.761 What need have I, O Madhava, of life?
Mbh.11.17.770 Behold, O Madhava, striking her head with her hands, she falls upon the breast of her heroic spouse, the king of the Kurus.
Mbh.11.18.774 SECTION Gandhari said, Behold, O Madhava, my century of sons, incapable of fatigue from exertion in battle, have all been slain by Bhimasena with his mace in battle!
Mbh.11.18.786 Behold, O Madhava, those young ladies of beautiful bosoms and abdomen, well-born, possessed of modesty, having black eye-lashes and tresses of the same colour on their heads, endued with voice sweet and dear like that of swans, are falling down, deprived of their senses in great grief and uttering piteous cries like flights of cranes.
Mbh.11.18.791 Behold that other son of mine, O Madhava, slain by Bhima with his mace, impelled by Draupadi and the recollection of his woes at the time of the match at dice.
Mbh.11.19.802 SECTION Gandhari said, There, O Madhava, my son Vikarna, applauded by the wise, lieth on the bare ground, slain by Bhima and mangled horribly!
Mbh.11.19.805 His helpless young wife, O Madhava, is continually endeavouring, without success, to drive away those vultures desirous of feeding on carrion.
Mbh.11.19.806 The youthful and brave and handsome Vikarna, O bull among men, brought up in luxury and deserving of every kind of weal, now sleepeth amid the dust, O Madhava!
Mbh.11.19.816 Youthful and handsome, and always waited upon and served by the most beautiful ladies, my son Vivinsati, O Madhava, sleepeth there, stained with dust.
Mbh.11.20.864 Behold also, O Madhava, those other children besides Abhimanyu, Uttara, Sudakshina the prince of the Kambhojas, and the handsome Lakshmana, all lying on the field of battle
Mbh.11.21.876 That hero became the protector of Dhritarashtras son, O Madhava!
Mbh.11.23.931 Unrivalled in battle, that son of Shantanu lieth there, O Madhava!
Mbh.11.23.936 Of whom, O Madhava, will the Kurus enquire of religion and duty after that bull among men, Devavrata, who resembles a god, shall have gone to heaven?
Mbh.11.23.938 Endued with mighty energy, Drona, O Madhava, was as conversant with the four kinds of arms as the chief of the celestials or Shukra of Bhrigus race.
Mbh.11.23.947 The leathern fences, O Madhava, still encase his fingers.
Mbh.11.23.957 Those brahmacaris, with matted locks on their heads, have piled the funeral pyre of that brahmana with bows and darts and car-boxes, O Madhava!
Mbh.11.24.976 Even thus, O Madhava, those wives of Bhurishrava are crying aloud in woe.
Mbh.11.25.997 SECTION Gandhari said, Behold that irresistible ruler of the Kambojas, that bull-necked hero, lying amid the dust, O Madhava, though deserving of being stretched at his ease on Kamboja blankets.
Mbh.11.25.1010 The faces of those beautiful ladies, O Madhava, through toil and the rays of the Sun, are looking like faded lotuses.
Mbh.11.25.1015 Behold, O Madhava, king Drupada overthrown in battle by Drona, like a mighty elephant in the forest slain by a huge lion.
Mbh.11.25.1033 Without doubt, O Madhava, there is nothing difficult for destiny to bring about, since even these bulls among men, these heroes, have been slain by Kshatriya warriors.
Mbh.12.1.14 Then Narada, after having accosted the Rishis with the Island-born for their first, in due time, addressed Yudhishthira, the son of Dharma, saying, Through the might of thy arms and the grace of Madhava, the whole Earth, O Yudhishthira, hath been righteously won by thee.
Mbh.12.29.1349 Comfort him, O Madhava I Once more, O Janardana, all of us have fallen into great danger.
Mbh.12.46.2247 Thou art as immobile now, O Madhava, as a wooden post or a stone.
Mbh.12.46.2275 Hearing these beneficial words of high import from Vasudeva, the righteous Yudhishthira, with voice choked in tears, answered Janardana, saying, What thou hast said, O Madhava, about the eminence of Bhishma, is perfectly true.
Mbh.12.46.2280 If thy heart be inclined to show grace, O Madhava, then we shall go unto Bhishma with thyself at our head.
Mbh.12.47.2533 Learning by his Yoga prowess of the devotion of Bhishma, Madhava, otherwise called Hari, entering his body bestowed upon him heavenly knowledge compassing the Past, the Present, and the Future, and went away.
Mbh.12.47.2536 Learning by his Yoga powers of the devotion of Bhishma towards him, that foremost of Beings, viz, Madhava, suddenly rose from his seat and ascended on his car, Kesava and Satyaki proceeded on one car.
Mbh.12.53.2865 Tell me quickly, O Madhava'
Mbh.12.80.4545 The Rishis, O Madhava, always pray for thy advancement.
Mbh.12.343.22810 Enjoyer of the universe, pervading everything, the illustrious Madhava is ever affectionate towards his worshippers.
Mbh.12.349.23399 Thy son, however, will be freed from every attachment like unto the Supreme Soul, through the grace of Madhava.
Mbh.12.349.23439 Madhava never resides in the hearts of those that are under the sway of doubts and that would dispute away everything with the aid of false dialectics.
Mbh.13.14.870 For a full thousand years this Madhava underwent the austerest penances and at last succeeded in gratifying the illustrious and boon giving Siva, that Master of all the mobile and the immobile universe.
Mbh.13.14.1018 Hear also, O Madhava, how in former times I succeeded in obtaining a sight of that god of gods, that Master of all creatures, O Lord.
Mbh.13.14.1025 On a certain occasion, Madhava, accompanied by Dhaumya, I came upon the asylum of certain Rishis of cleansed souls.
Mbh.13.14.1030 My mother took a piece of rice cake and boiled it in water, Madhava.
Mbh.13.14.1038 Filled with grief and sorrow at this, and embracing me from parental affection and smelling my head, O Madhava, she said unto me, Whence, O child, can ascetics of cleansed souls obtain food prepared with milk?
Mbh.13.17.1742 Indeed, when the case is such, who is there O Madhava, that can recite the attributes of Mahadeva in their entirety?
Mbh.13.31.3937 I bow unto them, O Madhava, that subsist upon water only, or upon air alone, or upon the remnants of the food that is offered to deities and guests, and that are observant of diverse kinds of excellent vows.
Mbh.13.34.4140 Having heard this discourse between the goddess Earth and Madhava, do thou, O son of Pritha, always, with rapt soul, worship all superior Brahmanas.
Mbh.13.70.6515 Unto the lizard that said those words, Madhava spoke, Thou didst perform many righteous acts.
Mbh.13.97.8738 The goddess Earth said, O Madhava, the Rishis, the deities, the Pitris, and men should be worshipped, and sacrifices should be performed, by a householder.
Mbh.13.97.8748 These, O Madhava, are known as the Vali offerings.
Mbh.13.109.9907 He who fasts on the twelfth day of the moon in the month of Magha and worships Krishna as Madhava, for the whole day and night, attains to the merits of the Rajasuya sacrifice, and rescues his own race from misery
Mbh.13.140.11494 Echoing with the hum of bees, O Madhava, the mountain became incomparable in beauty.
Mbh.13.148.12426 Verily, this Madhava is the expounder of the most difficult truths relating to Profit or Wealth, and he is also their achiever.
Mbh.13.148.12457 Thou hast heard of the glory and greatness of Madhava as recited by me.
Mbh.14.16.439 Thou again, O Madhava, wilt repair to Dwaraka soon'
Mbh.14.16.459 Do thou listen with concentrated attention as I discourse to thee, O Madhava.
Mbh.14.19.693 O holy one, it behoveth thee to tell me all this accurately, O sinless one, even thus was I interrogated by that learned Brahmana, O Madhava.
Mbh.14.52.2348 The hero who had the foremost of apes on his banner, as also Satyaki, and the two sons of Madravati, and Vidura of immeasurable intelligence, and Bhima himself whose tread resembled that of a prince of elephants, all followed Madhava.
Mbh.14.53.2364 That foremost of Brahmanas, viz, Utanka, politely accosted by Madhava, honoured him duly and then addressed him in these words,
Mbh.14.53.2382 It seems, O Madhava, that though fully able to save them, thou wert indifferent to these foremost of Kurus who, overwhelmed by insincerity and hypocrisy have all met with destruction'
Mbh.14.66.2988 It behoveth thee, O Madhava, to rescue Uttara and Subhadra and Draupadi and myself, and Dharma's son Yudhishthira, and Bhima and Phalguna, and Nakula, and the irresistible Sahadeva.
Mbh.14.67.3016 When, O Madhava, the son of Drona sought to destroy the embryos even in the wombs of the ladies of the Pandavas, at that time, O grinder of foes, thou saidst in wrath unto Drona's son ever these words, O wretch of a Brahmana, O vilest of men, I shall disappoint thy wish.
Mbh.14.86.3843 Thus addressed, king Yudhishthira the just, said unto him, By good luck, O Madhava, Arjuna comes back safely.
Mbh.16.3.135 Beholding that Samva was slain, as also Charudeshna and Pradyumna and Aniruddha, Madhava became filled with rage.
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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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