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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.1.121.6524 And, O bull of the Bharatas, the corpse of her husband begat upon her seven children viz, three Salwas and four Madras.
Mbh.1.123.6635 Subjugating the Madras, the Kurus along with the Somakas, and the people of Chedi, Kasi and Karusha, he will maintain the prosperity of the Kurus.
Mbh.1.124.6669 SECTION CXXIV Sambhava Parva continued Vaisampayana said, After the birth of Kunti's sons and also of the hundred sons of Dhritarashtra the daughter of the king of the Madras privately addressed Pandu, saying, O slayer of foes, I have no complaint even if thou beest unpropitious to me.
Mbh.1.125.6752 Vaisampayana continued, Having said this, the daughter of the king of Madras, the wedded wife of Pandu, ascended the funeral pyre of her lord, that bull among men
Mbh.2.31.1354 And the mighty hero, proceeding thence to Sakala, the city of the Madras, made his uncle Salya accept from affection the sway of the Pandavas.
Mbh.2.36.1513 When the invincible Bhishmaka and king Pandya possessed of every auspicious mark, and that foremost of kings, Rukmi and Ekalavya and Salya, the king of the Madras, are here, how, O son of Pandu, hast thou offered the first worship unto Krishna?
Mbh.2.51.2140 The Kairatas, the Daradas, the Darvas, the Suras, the Vaiamakas, the Audumvaras, the Durvibhagas, the Kumaras, the Paradas along with the Vahlikas, the Kashmiras, the Ghorakas, the Hansakayanas, the Sivis, the Trigartas, the Yauddheyas, the ruler of Madras and the Kaikeyas, the Amvashtas, the Kaukuras, the Tarkshyas, the Vastrapas along with the Palhavas, the Vashatayas, the Mauleyas along with the Kshudrakas, and the Malavas, the Paundrayas, the Kukkuras, the Sakas, the Angas, the Vangas, the Punras, the Sanavatyas, and the Gayas, these good and well-born Kshatriyas distributed into regular clans and trained to the use of arms, brought tribute unto king Yudhishthira by hundreds and thousands.
Mbh.3.291.14192 There was a king among the Madras, who was virtuous and highly pious.
Mbh.3.292.14251 SECTION CCLXLII Markandeya continued, On one occasion, O Bharata, when that king, the lord of the Madras, was seated with Narada in the midst of his court, engaged in conversation, Savitri, accompanied by the king's counsellors, came to her father's abode after having visited various sacred regions and asylums.
Mbh.3.297.14696 And she also had a century of highly powerful uterine brothers born unto Aswapati, the lord of the Madras, by Malavi.
Mbh.5.8.233 And the kind of the Madras saw him and understood that it was Duryodhana who had taken all the trouble to receive him.
Mbh.5.8.255 And the king of the Madras, that slayer of foes, first asked them how they were, and then with great delight embraced Yudhishthira, and Bhima, and Arjuna, and the sons of his sister the two twin-brothers.
Mbh.5.18.807 And Yudhishthira, the son of Kunti, of powerful arms, having beard the words of Salya, spoke to the king of the Madras the following words, There is no doubt that thou wilt act as the charioteer of Karna.
Mbh.5.18.812 Vaisampayana continued, Then Salya, the king of the Madras, bade farewell to the sons of Kunti.
Mbh.5.57.3156 The mighty king of the Madras hath been assigned to the eldest son of Pandu as his share, though some are of opinion that those two are not well-matched.
Mbh.5.60.3282 Endued with energy and well-versed in the use of weapons, those tigers among men, the sons of Pritha, when united with the celestials, will be incapable of being even gazed upon by human warriors, He who hath the irresistible, excellent and celestial Gandiva for his bow, he who hath a couple of celestial quivers obtained from Varuna, large, full of shafts, and inexhaustible, he on whose banner, that is unobstructed like smoke in its action, is stationed the monkey-image of celestial origin, whose car is unequalled on the earth girt by the four seas, and the rattle of which as heard by men is like the roar of the clouds, and which like the rolling of the thunder frightens the foe; he whom the whole world regards as superhuman in energy; he whom all the kings of the earth know to be the vanquisher of the very gods in battle; he that taketh up five hundred arrows at a time and in the twinkling of the eye, shooteth them, unseen by other, to a great distance; that son of Pritha and tiger among car-warriors and chastiser of foes, whom Bhishma and Drona and Kripa and Drona's son and Salya, the king of the Madras, and in fact, all impartial persons, regard as incapable of being vanquished by even earthly kings of superhuman prowess, when ready for fight who shooteth at one stretch full five hundred arrows, and who is equal unto Kartavirya in strength of arms; that great bowman, Arjuna, equal unto Indra or Upendra in prowess, I behold that great warrior committing a great havoc in this terrible battle.
Mbh.5.166.7527 The ruler of the Madras, the mighty bowman Salya, is, as I think, an Atiratha.
Mbh.6.45.2221 And king Yudhishthira himself encountered the ruler of the Madras.
Mbh.6.45.2222 The chief of the Madras then in his very sight cut off in twain Yudhishthira's bow.
Mbh.6.45.2224 The king then, with straight arrows, covered the ruler of the Madras, and in great wrath said, wait, wait.
Mbh.6.47.2381 And Uttara also, the son of Virata, on a tusker with upraised trunk, rushed against the ruler of the Madras.
Mbh.6.47.2384 The ruler of the Madras then, staying on that car whose steeds had been slain, hurled a dart, all made of iron, and resembling a snake, for slaying Uttara outright.
Mbh.6.47.2388 Achieving such a feat, O king, the ruler of the Madras speedily mounted on the splendid car of Kritavarman.
Mbh.6.47.2390 And that mighty warrior, stretching his large bow that resembled the bow of Sakra himself, rushed with the desire of slaying Salya the ruler of the Madras.
Mbh.6.47.2392 And beholding him rush to the fight with prowess equal to that of an infuriate elephant, seven car-warriors of thy side surrounded him on all sides, desirous of protecting the ruler of Madras who seemed to be already within the jaws of Death.
Mbh.6.47.2411 And he thus rescued the ruler of the Madras who had already entered the jaws of Death.
Mbh.6.49.2572 That mighty warrior, stretching his large bow that resembled the bow of Indra himself, rushed with the desire of slaying the ruler of the Madras in battle, himself supported on all sides by a large division of cars.
Mbh.6.49.2574 And beholding him advancing like an infuriate elephant, seven mighty car-warriors of thy side surrounded him, desirous of rescuing the ruler of the Madras already within the jaws of death.
Mbh.6.59.3229 And the blazing dart coming towards him, effulgent as lightning, hurled by Santanu's son, and the mace hurled from the arm of the ruler of the Madras, that hero cut off with two other shafts.
Mbh.6.61.3309 Then, O great king, the Trigartas and the Madras, with the Kekayas, numbering five and twenty thousand urged by thy son, all of whom were foremost of men accomplished in the science of arms and who were incapable of defeat by foes in battle, surrounded Kiritin with his son for slaying them both.
Mbh.6.61.3311 Supported by many thousands of elephants and cars, and by hundred thousands of cavalry and infantry, and stretching his bow in great wrath he advanced against that division of the Madras and the Kekayas, O chastiser of foes, leading his troops with him.
Mbh.6.62.3340 Dhrishtadyumna, afflicted by Salya with nine shafts, afflicted in return the ruler of Madras with many shafts made of steel.
Mbh.6.62.3346 And while Dhrishtadyumna was being thus afflicted, Abhimanyu, excited with wrath, rushed impetuously towards the car of the ruler of the Madras.
Mbh.6.62.3347 Then the wrathful son of Krishna, of immeasurable soul, obtaining the car of the ruler of the Madras within shooting distance, pierced Artayani with three sharp shafts
Mbh.6.62.3348 Then the warriors of thy army, O king, desirous of opposing the son of Arjuna in battle, speedily surrounded the car of the ruler of Madras.
Mbh.6.62.3349 And Duryodhana, and Vikarna, and Dussasana, and Vivinsati and Durmarshana, and Dussala, and Chitrasena, and Durmukha, and Satyabrata, blessed be thou, and Purumitra, O Bharata, these, protecting the car of the ruler of the Madras, stationed themselves there.
Mbh.6.71.3808 Then, O king, with many huge and fleet steeds of the Kamvoja breed, and surrounded by many thousand of Gopas with a large Gopayana force and supported by the Madras, the Sauviras, the Gandharas and the Trigartas, and surrounded by all the principal Kalingas, the king of the Kalingas, and king Jayadratha accompanied by all the kings and supported by a large force of diverse races with Dussasana at their head, and fourteen thousand principal horsemen, urged by thy son, surrounded the son of Suvala for supporting him.
Mbh.6.71.3813 And king Yudhishthira with his sons and counsellors engaged with Salya, the famous chief of the Madras.
Mbh.6.75.3978 And the ruler of the Pragjyotishas, united with the Madras, the Sauviras, and the Kekayas, and surrounded by a large force, was stationed, O king, in its breasts.
Mbh.6.82.4284 And Nakula and Sahadeva went forth against the king of the Madras.
Mbh.6.84.4426 The ruler of the Madras engaged in battle with his sister's sons, the twins.
Mbh.6.84.4429 Covered with those clouds of arrows, the ruler of the Madras wore a delighted expression, and the twins also felt great delight for the sake of their mother
Mbh.6.84.4432 Stationed then on the same car, those two heroes, both fierce in battle, and both excited with rage, began to shroud the car of the ruler of Madras, with heir arrows, drawing their bows with great strength.
Mbh.6.84.4435 Then Sahadeva of great prowess, O Bharata, excited with wrath, took up a powerful shaft, and rushing at the ruler of the Madras, shot it at him.
Mbh.6.84.4436 That shaft endued with the impetuosity of Garuda himself, shot by him, pierced the ruler of the Madras through, and fell on the earth.
Mbh.6.84.4440 Seeing the car of the ruler of the Madras retreating from battle the Dhartarashtras all became cheerless and thought it was all over with him
Mbh.6.86.4517 The high-souled Yudhishthira also, of fierce prowess and infinite renown, avoiding in battle the ruler of the Madras who had been assigned to his share, quickly proceeded, with excited wrath and accompanied by Bhima and the sons of Madri towards Bhishma, the son of Santanu, for battle.
Mbh.6.106.5639 Then Duryodhana, filled with grief on seeing his troops vanquished, addressed the ruler of the Madras, O chief of the Bharatas, and said, There, the eldest son of Pandu, accompanied by the twins in battle, in thy very sight, O thou of mighty arms, routeth our troops, O lord.
Mbh.6.106.5644 And that mighty car-warrior, viz, king Yudhishthira the just, in that battle quickly pierced the ruler of the Madras in the centre of the chest with ten shafts.
Mbh.6.106.5646 The ruler of the Madras then struck each of them with three arrows.
Mbh.6.114.6215 The valiant Bhimasena then, beholding his charioteer Visoka deeply pierced, sped three arrows at the arms and chest of the ruler of Madras.
Mbh.6.114.6219 Then that mighty car-warrior of the Pandavas, filled with wrath, that celebrated hero, deeply, pierced the ruler of the Madras with three arrows.
Mbh.6.114.6234 That mighty car-warrior then, having cut off the arrow sped by the ruler of the Madras, forcibly cut off the dart sped by Bhagadatta in that battle.
Mbh.6.115.6267 Taking up another bow capable of bearing a great strain, the ruler of the Madras then furiously attacked Jishnu with three arrows, O king, and Vasudeva with five.
Mbh.6.117.6381 The mighty bowman Yudhishthira, protected by a large force, afflicted the ruler of the Madras, encountering him in that dreadful battle.
Mbh.6.117.6382 The ruler of the Madras, in return, displaying his prowess for the sake of Bhishma, afflicted the son of Dharma, that mighty car-warrior, in battle.
Mbh.7.7.220 And the Madras, the Trigartas the Amvashthas, the Westerners, the Northerners, the Malavas, the Surasenas, the Sudras the Maladas, the Sauviras, the Kaitavas, the Easterners, and the Southerners placing thy son Duryodhana and the Suta's son Karna at their head, forming the rear guard, gladdened warriors of their own army, added to the strength of the advancing force, Vikartana's son Karna proceeded at the head of the bowmen
Mbh.7.15.672 The mighty ruler of Madras also, beheld Bhima, and proceeded towards him like a tiger towards an elephant.
Mbh.7.15.675 There is none else among all the kings, O Bharata, save the ruler of Madras who can venture to bear the might of Bhimasena in battle; similarly, who else save Vrikodara, in the world, can venture to bear the impetus of the illustrious Salya's mace in battle?
Mbh.7.15.683 And the mace that the ruler of Madras hurled in that battle, irradiating the welkin, O Bharata, frequently caused sparks of fire to fly around.
Mbh.7.15.688 Struck by the ruler of Madras with his mace on both the left and the right side, Bhima moved not in the least, like a hill riven by the thunder.
Mbh.7.15.689 Similarly, the mighty ruler of Madras, struck by Bhima with his mace, patiently stood still like a hill struck with the thunder.
Mbh.7.15.694 And beholding him, O king, struck violently with the mace, and writhing like a snake, and deprived of his senses in a swoon, the mighty car-warrior Kritavarman, taking him upon his car, quickly bore the ruler of Madras away from the field.
Mbh.7.15.696 Thy sons then, beholding the ruler of the Madras turn away from the fight, began, O sire, to tremble, along with their elephants, and foot-soldiers, and cavalry, and cars.
Mbh.7.20.896 And Bhutasarman, and Kshemasarman, and the valiant Karakaksha, and the Kalingas, the Singhalas, the Easterners, the Sudras, the Abhiras, the Daserakas, the Sakas, the Yavanas, the Kamvojas, the Hangsapadas, the Surasenas, the Daradas, the Madras, and the Kalikeyas, with hundreds and thousands of elephants, steeds, cars, and foot-soldiers were stationed at its neck.
Mbh.7.35.1813 And Drona, and Drona's son, and Kripa and Karna and Kritavarman and Suvala's son, Vrihadvala, and the ruler of the Madras, and Bhuri, and Bhurisravas, and Sala, and Paurava and Vrishasena, shooting sharp shafts, checked Subhadra's son by means of those arrowy showers.
Mbh.7.35.1829 And Bhurisrava pierced him with three shafts and the ruler of the Madras with six.
Mbh.7.36.1855 Beholding the ruler of the Madras disabled in battle by Subhadra's son with his shafts, the younger brother of Salya, filled with wrath, advanced against Abhimanyu, scattering his shafts.
Mbh.7.37.1891 Indeed, Duryodhana said unto Karna and king Valhika and Duhsasana and the ruler of the Madras and the many other mighty car-warriors of his army, these words, The preceptor of the entire order of the Kshatriyas, he that is the foremost of all conversant with Brahma, doth not, from stupefaction, wish to slay this son of Arjuna.
Mbh.7.43.2065 Then the mighty Rukmaratha, son of the ruler of the Madras, for assuring the frightened troops, fearlessly said, Ye heroes, ye need not fear!
Mbh.7.72.3144 Drona and Duryodhana and Kripa, and Karna, and the ruler of the Madras, and Valhika, and Dussasana and others, are capable of protecting a person who is afflicted by Yama himself.
Mbh.7.73.3220 Karna and Bhurisravas, and Drona's son, and the invincible Vrishasena, and Kripa, and the ruler of the Madras, these six will be in Jayadratha's van.
Mbh.7.92.4254 King Salya, the ruler of the Madras, surrounded royal Yudhishthira, the son of Kunti, who resembled a blazing fire.
Mbh.7.93.4299 King Yudhishthira, having in that battle pierced the ruler of the Madras with five hundred arrows, once more pierced him with seven.
Mbh.7.101.4688 and the ruler of the Madras, and that foremost of car-warriors, viz, the son of Drona.
Mbh.7.101.4711 And the ruler of the Madras also pierced Phalguna in that battle with ten arrows.
Mbh.7.102.4740 Salya, the ruler of the Madras, we saw, had on his standard-top an image like the presiding goddess of corn, endued with beauty and producing every seed.
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.7.127.6376 Thy son then, that scorcher of foes, having thus crushed that car, steedless and driverless as he himself was, quickly ascended the car of the king of the Madras.
Mbh.7.132.6572 O Sanjaya, even Aswatthaman and the ruler of the Madras and Kripa, united together, could not stand before Bhimasena.
Mbh.7.134.6667 Bhurisravas, and Kripa, and Drona's son, and the ruler of the Madras, and Uttamaujas and Yudhamanyu, and Kesava, and Arjuna, these great car-warriors: O king, among both the Kurus and the Pandavas, loudly cheered Bhima, saying, Excellent, Excellent' and uttered leonine roars.
Mbh.7.142.7190 How will Dhananjaya slay Jayadratha in battle when the latter is protected by the king of the Madras and by the illustrious Kripa?
Mbh.7.142.7195 Do thou therefore, O Karna, with myself and other brave and mighty car-warriors, with Drona's son and the ruler of the Madras and Kripa fight with Partha in battle, exerting thyself with the greatest firmness and resolution'
Mbh.7.142.7218 Then Duryodhana and Karna and Vrishasena and the ruler of the Madras, and Aswatthaman and Kripa and the ruler of the Sindhus himself, excited with wrath and fighting for the sake of the Sindhu king, encompassed the diadem-decked Arjuna on all sides.
Mbh.7.142.7266 Then the ruler of the Madras pierced the son of Kunti with thirty arrows.
Mbh.7.142.7271 Indeed, piercing Drona's son with four and sixty shafts, and the ruler of the Madras with a hundred, and the Sindhu king with ten broad-headed arrows, and Vrishasena with three arrows and Saradwata's son with twenty, Partha uttered a loud shout.
Mbh.7.144.7523 Then Vrishasena, the son of Karna, and Salya, the ruler of the Madras, and Drona's son, encompassed the grandson of Sini from all sides.
Mbh.7.155.8362 Duryodhana, and Drona, and Sakuni, and Durmukha, and Jaya, and Duhsasana, and Vrishasena, and the ruler of the Madras, and thyself too and Somadatta and Drona's son, and Vivinsati, all these heroes skilled in battle, are here, clad in mail.
Mbh.7.156.8394 Upon thee and Karna and Kripa and Drona and the ruler of the Madras and Suvala's son resteth a great burthen.
Mbh.7.162.8771 The ruler of the Madras, O king, excited with wrath resisted Virata, O Bharata, as the latter quickly advanced for the slaughter of Drona; Chitrasena, in that battle, resisted, with great force and shooting many shafts, Nakula's son, Satanika, as the latter advanced for slaying Drona.
Mbh.7.165.8898 SECTION CLXVII Sanjaya said, The ruler of the Madras shrouded on all sides, with clouds of shafts, Virata with his troops, who was proceeding quickly for getting at Drona.
Mbh.7.165.8900 The ruler of the Madras, O monarch, with great activity, struck Virata, that commander of a large division, with a hundred straight shafts.
Mbh.7.165.8901 King Virata, in return, pierced the ruler of the Madras with nine keen arrows, and once more with three and seventy, and once again with a hundred.
Mbh.7.165.8902 The ruler of the Madras, then, slaying the four steeds yoked unto Virata's car, cut down with a couple of shafts, the latter's umbrella and standard.
Mbh.7.165.8905 The ruler of the Madras, however, piercing the advancing Satanika with many shafts, despatched him to the abode of Yama.
Mbh.7.165.8907 opening his eyes wide, and with prowess doubled by wrath, Virata quickly covered the car of the ruler of the Madras with winged arrows.
Mbh.7.165.8908 The ruler of the Madras then, excited with rage, deeply pierced Virata, that commander of a large division, in the chest, with a hundred straight shafts.
Mbh.7.165.8909 Deeply pierced by the mighty ruler of the Madras, that great car-warrior, viz, Virata, sat down on the terrace of his car and swooned away.
Mbh.7.185.10168 During that great carnage of the Kshatriyas on earth, on that field of battle, enhancing the terrors of the timid and looking like a crematorium neither Karna, nor Drona, nor Arjuna, nor Yudhishthira, nor Bhimasena, nor the twins, nor the Panchala prince, nor Satyaki, nor Duhsasana, nor Drona's son, nor Duryodhana nor Suvala's son, nor Kripa, nor the ruler of the Madras, nor Kritavarman, nor others, nor my own self, nor the earth, nor points of the compass, could be seen, O king, for all of them, mingled with the troops, were shrouded by clouds of dust.
Mbh.7.191.10587 The ruler of the Madras, viz, Salya, also, casting vacant looks around, fled away in fear, taking with him his division, teeming with cars and elephants and steeds.
Mbh.7.196.10949 By an act of unrighteousness, again, has the ruler of the Madras been withdrawn from us by the enemy.
Mbh.8.2.48 What also, O Sanjaya, became the colour of the faces of Duryodhana, and Karna, and Kritavarma the chief of the Bhojas and Shalya, the ruler of the Madras, and of my remaining sons, and of the others, when the Kuru divisions fled away from the field?
Mbh.8.5.123 The brave younger brother of the ruler of the Madras, that enhancer of the fears of foes, that handsome warrior armed with sword and shield, hath been slain by Subhadra's son.
Mbh.8.9.335 What did the mighty leader of the Madras warriors, that king of the Madras, the great bowman Shalya of the Sauvira clan, that ornament of assemblies, that foremost of car-warriors temporarily engaged in driving the car, say when he saw Karna slain?
Mbh.8.9.338 Tell me, O Sanjaya, how that foremost of car-warriors, Shalya the ruler of the Madras, became engaged in driving the car of Vaikartana!
Mbh.8.11.428 In the left hind-foot was stationed Shalya with a large force raised in the country of Madras.
Mbh.8.22.917 Many foremost of combatants skilled in elephant-fight, belonging to the Easterners, the Southerners, the Angas, the Vangas, the Pundras, the Magadhas, the Tamraliptakas, the Mekalas, the Koshalas, the Madras, the Dasharnas, the Nishadas uniting with the Kalingas, O Bharata, and showering shafts and lances and arrows like pouring clouds, drenched the Pancala force therewith in that battle.
Mbh.8.31.1431 There is none equal to the chief of the Madras in might of arms.
Mbh.8.31.1448 Sanjaya continued, Having said these words, thy royal son, endued with great prowess, approached the ruler of the Madras and addressed him in the following words
Mbh.8.32.1449 SECTION Sanjaya said, Thy son then, O monarch, humbly approaching that mighty car-warrior, viz, the ruler of the Madras, addressed him, from affection, in these words, O thou of true vows, O thou of great good fortune, O enhancer of the sorrows of foes, O ruler of the Madras, O hero in battle, O thou that inspirest hostile troops with fear, thou hast heard, O foremost of speakers, how, for the sake of Karna who spoke unto me, I myself am desirous of soliciting thee among all these lions of kings.
Mbh.8.32.1450 O thou of incomparable prowess, O king of the Madras, for the destruction of the foe, I solicit thee today, with humility and bow of the head.
Mbh.8.32.1455 Even as he of Vrishni's race protects by every means the son of Pandu in all dangers, do thou, O chief of the Madras, protect the son of Radha today.
Mbh.8.32.1469 On him, O ruler of the Madras, my hopes of victory are great.
Mbh.8.32.1475 Day after day, O ruler of the Madras, this vast Dhritarashtra force is seen to be routed by Partha because he is united with Krishna.
Mbh.8.32.1527 The royal chief of the Madras will never do that which is false.
Mbh.8.32.1536 Without doubt O ruler of the Madras, thy knowledge of horse is double that which the high-souled Vasudeva hath
Mbh.8.32.1540 Sanjaya continued, O king, thy son, with Karna then, O Bharata, answered the prince of the Madras, O best of Bharata's race, saying, So be it
Mbh.8.33.1541 SECTION Duryodhana said, Listen, once more, O ruler of the Madras, to what I will say unto thee, about what happened, O lord, in the battle between the gods and the Asuras in days of yore.
Mbh.8.35.1857 Sanjaya said, Unto the ruler of the Madras who was speaking in that strain, that chastiser of foes, viz, thy mighty-armed son of cheerful soul replied, saying, Do not, O mighty-armed one, think disparagingly of Karna, otherwise called Vaikartana, in battle, that warrior who is the foremost of all wielders of arms and who is acquainted with the meaning of the whole body of our scriptures.
Mbh.8.35.1878 Sanjaya continued, Thy son then, O king, with Karna, O sire, answered the ruler of the Madras, saying, Let it be so in the presence of all the kshatriyas.
Mbh.8.35.1881 Shalya having accepted the office of holding the reins of his steeds, Karna, with a cheerful heart, once more addressed Duryodhana, saying, The ruler of the Madras does not say very cheerfully what he says.
Mbh.8.35.1883 Thus addressed, the mighty king Duryodhana, possessed of great wisdom and accomplished in everything, once more spoke unto that lord of Earth, viz, Shalya, the ruler of Madras, in a voice deep as that of the clouds and filling the whole region there with the sound of that voice: O Shalya, Karna thinks that he should fight with Arjuna today.
Mbh.8.35.1888 Sanjaya continued, Embracing thy son then, Shalya the ruler of the Madras, joyfully answered that slayer of foes, viz, Duryodhana, saying, If this is what is thou thinkest, O royal son of Gandhari, O thou of handsome features, I shall, for that, accomplish everything that may be agreeable to thee.
Mbh.8.35.1891 Karna said, O ruler of the Madras, be thou ever engaged in our good as Brahman in that of Ishana, as Keshava in that of Partha
Mbh.8.36.1898 SECTION Duryodhana said, This one, O Karna, will act as thy driver, this ruler of the Madras, who is superior to Krishna, like Matali the driver of the chief of the celestials.
Mbh.8.36.1900 With thyself as warrior on that vehicle and the ruler of the Madras as its driver, that foremost of car will certainly vanquish the Parthas in battle
Mbh.8.36.1901 Sanjaya continued, When the morning came, O monarch, Duryodhana once more addressed the ruler of the Madras endued with great activity, saying, O ruler of the Madras, hold the reins in battle of Karna's foremost of steeds.
Mbh.8.36.1906 Then Karna, that foremost of car-warriors, duly worshipping that car which had in days of old been sanctified by a priest conversant with Brahma, and circumambulating it and carefully adoring the god Surya addressed the ruler of the Madras standing near, saying, Ascend the vehicle
Mbh.8.36.1930 Sanjaya continued, Disregarding those words spoken by the ruler of the Madras, Karna addressing him endued with great activity, saying, Proceed
Mbh.8.37.1960 Therefore, O ruler of the Madras, proceed quickly, in this battle, towards the Pancalas, the Pandavas, and the Srinjayas.
Mbh.8.37.1974 Sanjaya continued, Hearing these words of the bragging Karna who was exceedingly delighted with the prospect of battle, the valiant king of the Madras, deriding him, laughed aloud, and gave him the following reply for checking him.
Mbh.8.37.1987 Sanjaya continued, When the ruler of the Madras was most heartily engaged in addressing these harsh speeches to Karna and uttering these praises of the latter's foe, that scorcher of foes, viz, the commander of the Kuru army, excited with rage, said these words unto the Madra king.
Mbh.8.37.1992 Sanjaya continued, The ruler of the Madras said, Let it be so and gave no reply.
Mbh.8.38.2017 When the Kaurava troops were thus filled with joy, the ruler of the Madras, laughing in scorn, said these words unto that grinder of foes, viz, the son of Radha, that mighty car-warrior who was about to plunge into that ocean of battle and who was indulging in such vain bragging
Mbh.8.39.2039 Sanjaya continued, At the conclusion of these words of Karna, Shalya, the ruler of the Madras, desirous of provoking Karna exceedingly, said these words in reply, When keen-pointed shafts winged with Kanka feathers, shot by Phalguna of mighty arms and impelled from his bow-string and sped with all his energy will seek thee then wilt thou lament thy encounter with that hero.
Mbh.8.40.2137 If, O ruler of the Madras, thou speakest such words again, I shall then crush thy head with my mace that is as hard as the thunder.
Mbh.8.40.2139 Having said these words, the son of Radha, O monarch, once more addressed the king of the Madras, fearlessly saying, Proceed, proceed
Mbh.8.42.2248 SECTION Sanjaya said, The high-souled son of Adhiratha, having listened unconvinced to these words of the ruler of the Madras, addressed Shalya, saying, That which Vasudeva and Arjuna are is well-known to me.
Mbh.8.42.2318 With even such a gift, O Shalya, the brahmana would not be gratified, O ruler of the Madras.
Mbh.8.43.2334 SECTION Sanjaya said, That chastiser of foes, viz, the son of Radha, thus silencing the ruler of the Madras, once more addressed him, O monarch, saying these words, In answer to that which, O Shalya, thou hast said unto me by way of instance, I tell thee that I am incapable of being frightened by thee in battle with thy words.
Mbh.8.44.2354 Sanjaya continued, Unto the ruler of Madras, of harsh features, who was saying such disagreeable things unto Karna, the latter once more said words that were twice bitter.
Mbh.8.44.2355 Karna said, Listen with devoted attention to this, O ruler of the Madras, that was heard by me while it was recited in the presence of Dhritarashtra.
Mbh.8.44.2409 The Prasthalas, the Madras, the Gandharas, the Arattas, those called Khasas, the Vasatis, the Sindhus and the Sauviras are almost as blamable in their practices
Mbh.8.46.2585 Unto the ruler of the Madras who was saying so, Karna, in rage, said, Behold, Partha is assailed on all sides by the angry samsaptakas.
Mbh.8.50.2813 Karna also, beholding the Dhartarashtra force with all its kings flying away, addressed the ruler of the Madras, saying, Proceed towards the car of Bhima
Mbh.8.50.2814 Thus addressed by Karna, the ruler of the Madras began to urge those foremost of steeds, of the hue of swans, towards the spot where Vrikodara was.
Mbh.8.50.2826 Beholding Bhima, that delighter in battle, advancing quickly, the puissant king of the Madras addressed the Suta's son in the following words: Shalya said, Behold, O Karna, the mighty-armed son of Pandu, who is filled with rage.
Mbh.8.50.2830 Sanjaya continued, While the ruler of the Madras was saying these words unto the son of Radha, Vrikodara, excited with rage, came upon Karna.
Mbh.8.50.2831 Beholding Bhima, that delighter in battle, approaching him in that way, the son of Radha laughingly said unto Shalya these words, The words that thou, O ruler of the Madras, hast today spoken to me regarding Bhima, O lord, are without doubt all true.
Mbh.8.50.2864 The ruler of the Madras then, beholding the Suta's son deprived of his senses, bore that ornament of battle away on his car, from that fight.
Mbh.8.51.2886 Those steeds, O king, urged on by the ruler of Madras, approached with great speed the car of Bhimasena and mingled in battle.
Mbh.8.56.3209 That great bowman, fighting single-handed with the Bahlikas, and the Kaikayas, the Matsyas, the Vasatas, the Madras, and Saindhavas, looked exceedingly resplendent.
Mbh.8.57.3297 SECTION Sanjaya said, Then Duryodhana, O chief of Bharatas, repairing to Karna, said unto him as also unto the ruler of the Madras and the other lords of Earth present there, these words, Without seeking hath this occasion arrived, when the gates of heaven have become wide open.
Mbh.8.63.3678 Beholding those two brothers made carless, that slayer of hostile heroes, viz, their maternal uncle, the ruler of the Madras, moved by compassion, addressed the son of Radha and said, Thou art to fight today with Pritha's son Phalguna.
Mbh.8.63.3683 Though thus addressed by the ruler of the Madras, Karna still, filled with rage, continued to assail Yudhishthira in battle.
Mbh.8.63.3701 He was borne by his steeds that were fleet as birds and that were urged by the ruler of the Madras.
Mbh.8.64.3753 Hearing these grave words of Duryodhana, the son of Radha, as if smiling, said these words unto the ruler of the Madras, Behold the prowess of my arms and the energy of my weapons, O ruler of men!
Mbh.8.68.3941 This one will subjugate the Madras, the Kalingas, and the Kaikeyas.
Mbh.8.73.4408 If in consequence of thy regard for that foremost of men, viz, thy preceptor Drona, thou cherishest compassion for Ashvatthama, if, again, thou hast any kindness for Kripa for the sake of respect that is due to a preceptor, if, approaching Kritavarma, thou dost not despatch him today to Yama's abode in consequence of the honour that is due to one's kinsmen by the mother's side, if, O lotus-eyed one, approaching thy mother's brother, viz, Shalya, the ruler of the Madras, thou dost not from compassion slay him, I ask thee, do thou, with keen shafts, O foremost of men slay Karna today with speed, that vile wretch of sinful heart who cherisheth the fiercest hate for the son of Pandu.
Mbh.8.78.4729 Thus urged, Shalya, the ruler of the Madras, endued with great might, urged those white steeds that were fleet as thought, towards the Cedis, the Pancalas and the Karushas.
Mbh.8.79.4804 Beholding Arjuna of white steeds and having Krishna for his driver thus advance, and seeing the standard of that high-souled one, the king of the Madras, addressing Karna, said, There cometh that car-warrior having white steeds yoked unto his vehicle and having Krishna for his driver, slaying his foes in battle.
Mbh.8.79.4868 The desire cherished by me today, viz, that of a battle with the son of Pandu, O ruler of the Madras, will be fulfilled without delay.
Mbh.8.86.5219 There the royal chief of the Madras, stationed on the fore-part of the car, guideth the steeds of Radha's son of immeasurable energy.
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.8.90.5636 Beholding Vaikartana aim that arrow, the high-souled ruler of the Madras, addressing Karna, said, This arrow, O Karna, will not succeed in striking off Arjuna's head.
Mbh.8.90.5638 Endued with great activity, the Suta's son, with eyes burning in wrath, then said unto the ruler of the Madras, O Shalya, Karna never aimeth an arrow twice.
Mbh.8.91.5878 Beholding the heroic Karna thrown down stretched on the earth, pierced with arrows and bathed in blood, the king of the Madras, went away on that car deprived of its standard.
Mbh.8.92.5892 The ruler of the Madras, with stupefied heart, quickly proceeding, O king, to the side of Duryodhana, on that car divested of standard said in sorrow these words, The elephants, the steeds, and the foremost of car-warriors of thy army have been slain.
Mbh.8.92.5904 Hearing these words of the ruler of the Madras and reflecting on his own evil doings.
Mbh.8.94.5984 SECTION Sanjaya said, The ruler of the Madras then, beholding thy son employed in rallying the troops, with fear depicted on his countenance and with heart stupefied with grief, said these words unto Duryodhana.
Mbh.8.94.6068 As soon as the Kauravas heard the blare of those conchs that were thus being blown, all of them left the field with great speed, deserting the ruler of the Madras and the chief of the Bharatas, O Bharata, viz, Duryodhana.
Mbh.9.1.31 The ruler of the Madras, Shalya, hath been slain.
Mbh.9.2.136 Who were they that protected the right wheel of the ruler of the Madras in battle?
Mbh.9.2.139 How, when all of you were together, could the mighty king of the Madras, as also my son, be slain, O Sanjaya, by the Pandavas?
Mbh.9.7.410 Thus addressed by Shalya, king Duryodhana cheerfully poured sanctified water, without losing any time, O best of the Bharatas, on the ruler of the Madras, in the midst of his troops, according to the rites ordained in the scriptures, O monarch.
Mbh.9.7.428 They regarded the Parthas as already slain and brought under the power of the ruler of the Madras.
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.9.7.437 I think that the ruler of the Madras is in battle equal to Bhishma or Drona or Karna, or perhaps, superior to them.
Mbh.9.7.440 The king of the Madras, O monarch, endued with the prowess of a lion or an elephant, will career fearlessly in battle like the Destroyer himself in wrath amongst creatures at the time of the universal destruction.
Mbh.9.7.442 Save thee there is no other person in either heaven or the whole of this world, who, O son of Kuru's race, would be able to slay the ruler of the Madras while excited with wrath in battle.
Mbh.9.7.446 Upon the fall of the ruler of the Madras in battle, thou art certain to have victory.
Mbh.9.7.448 Hearing, O monarch, these words of mine now, proceed, O Partha, against that mighty car-warrior, the ruler of the Madras.
Mbh.9.7.451 Keeping the duties of a Kshatriya before thee, slay the ruler of the Madras.
Mbh.9.8.467 Having made the ruler of the Madras their leader, the great car-warriors of the Kauravas, distributing their troops, stood in divisions.
Mbh.9.8.471 Those great car-warriors, having made such an understanding with one another placed the ruler of the Madras at their head and quickly proceeded against their foes.
Mbh.9.8.480 Cherishing that hope in his heart, and drawing comfort from it, O Bharata, thy son Duryodhana, relying in battle upon that mighty car-warrior, the ruler of the Madras, regarded himself as possessed of a protector.
Mbh.9.8.482 Assuring him duly, the valiant king of the Madras, having formed, O monarch, a grand array whose arrangements were auspicious in every respect, proceeded against the Parthas in battle.
Mbh.9.8.483 And the valiant king of the Madras proceeded, shaking his beautiful and exceedingly strong bow capable of imparting a great velocity to the shafts sped from it.
Mbh.9.8.487 The king of the Madras, clad in mail, proceeded at the head of the array, accompanied by the brave Madrakas and the invincible sons of Karna.
Mbh.9.8.505 Having distributed their forces in this way, O monarch, ourselves, excited with wrath and inspired with desire of victory, proceeded against the Pandavas, having placed ourselves under the command of the ruler of the Madras.
Mbh.9.9.552 As soon as they heard that loud peal, Dhrishtadyumna and Shikhandi, placing king Yudhishthira at their head, rushed against the ruler of the Madras.
Mbh.9.10.562 SECTION Sanjaya said, Beholding the army broken, the valiant king of the Madras, addressed his driver, saying, Quickly urge these steeds endued with the fleetness of thought.
Mbh.9.10.570 Beholding the ruler of the Madras standing for battle on the field, the Kauravas returned, making death their goal.
Mbh.9.10.625 Their commander, however, the brave and valiant ruler of the Madras, that chastiser of foes, then protected, O monarch, those troops in that battle.
Mbh.9.10.628 Those high-souled warriors, surrounding that great bowman, the ruler of the Madras, stood, O king, desirous of battling on every side.
Mbh.9.10.631 Smilingly, all thy warriors, filled with rage, speedily encompassed the ruler of the Madras and stood from desire of battle.
Mbh.9.11.647 Filled with rage, the ruler of the Madras, taking up an excellent bow, rushed for battle against the Pandava foes.
Mbh.9.11.648 The Pandavas also, O monarch, in that encounter, inspired with desire of victory, proceeded against the ruler of the Madras and pierced him with keen shafts.
Mbh.9.11.649 Then the ruler of the Madras, possessed of great strength, afflicted that host with showers of keen arrows in the very sight of king Yudhishthira the just.
Mbh.9.11.665 Infuriate with rage and prowess, the ruler of the Madras shrouded his foes in that battle like Destroyer at the end of the Yuga.
Mbh.9.11.666 The mighty ruler of the Madras began to roar aloud like the clouds.
Mbh.9.11.683 The ruler of the Madras then slew the steeds of Sahadeva before his eyes.
Mbh.9.11.699 At this, the ruler of the Madras came down from his car and cheerlessly gazed at Bhima.
Mbh.9.11.701 Of tranquil soul, the ruler of the Madras took up his mace and began to cast his glances upon his foe.
Mbh.9.12.707 Save the ruler of the Madras, or Rama, that delighter of the Yadus, there is none else that can venture to endure the impetuosity of Bhima in battle.
Mbh.9.12.708 Similarly, save Bhima, there is no other warrior that can venture to endure the force of the mace of the illustrious king of the Madras in battle
Mbh.9.12.709 Those two combatants then, Vrikodara and the ruler of the Madras, roaring like bulls, careered in circles, frequently jumping up in the air.
Mbh.9.12.713 Struck by the ruler of the Madras with his mace, the mace of Bhima, O king, produced sparks of fire in the welkin which thereupon seemed to be ablaze.
Mbh.9.12.717 Struck by the ruler of the Madras on both his left and right, the mighty-armed Bhimasena stood immovable like a mountain.
Mbh.9.12.729 Then the mighty Kripa, taking up Shalya, that bull among the Madras, on his own car, quickly bore him away from the field of battle.
Mbh.9.12.730 Within, however, the twinkling of an eye, Bhimasena, rising up, and still reeling as if drunk, challenged, with uplifted mace, the ruler of the Madras.
Mbh.9.12.738 Kripa, and Kritavarma, and the mighty son of Subala, placing the ruler of the Madras before them, fought with king Yudhishthira the just.
Mbh.9.12.754 Conversant with what are the vital limbs of the body, the son of Pritha, however, O monarch, with the greatest ease, struck the ruler of the Madras with four and ten cloth-yard shafts, aiming at the latter's vital limbs.
Mbh.9.12.757 King Yudhishthira the just, possessed of great fame and filled with rage, pierced the ruler of the Madras with many keen arrows equipped with feathers of Kankas and peacocks.
Mbh.9.12.764 Seeing his standard fallen and observing the son of Pandu standing before him, the ruler of the Madras became filled with rage and shot showers of shafts.
Mbh.9.13.770 SECTION Sanjaya said, When king Yudhishthira the just was thus afflicted by the ruler of Madras, Satyaki and Bhimasena and the two sons of Madri by Pandu, encompassing Shalya with their cars, began to afflict him in that battle.
Mbh.9.13.776 The heroic ruler of the Madras, struggling carefully in that battle, thus afflicted by those mighty car-warriors, drew a formidable bow capable of bearing a great strain and of imparting great force to the shafts sped from it, and pierced Satyaki, O sire, with five and twenty shafts and Bhima with three and seventy and Nakula with seven.
Mbh.9.13.780 Then Bhimasena pierced the ruler of the Madras with seventy arrows, and Satyaki pierced him with nine, and king Yudhishthira with sixty.
Mbh.9.13.786 Then Satyaki, filled with rage upon beholding the son of Dharma thus afflicted with shafts, checked the heroic ruler of the Madras with clouds of arrows.
Mbh.9.13.790 The ruler of the Madras, however, quickly baffled in that battle all those weapons, hurled from the arms of those five warriors at him, as these coursed towards his car.
Mbh.9.13.796 Insensate with rage, Satyaki took up another bow and pierced the ruler of the Madras with two shafts and his driver with three.
Mbh.9.13.798 Thus checked in that battle by the ruler of the Madras, O Bharata, those slayers of foes became unable to stay in front of Shalya.
Mbh.9.13.800 Then, O king, the mighty-armed Bhimasena, possessed of great prowess and mentally resolved to cast off his life-breaths, encountered the ruler of the Madras.
Mbh.9.13.802 Though encompassed by those four great bowmen and mighty car-warriors among the Pandavas, the valiant ruler of the Madras still fought with them.
Mbh.9.13.806 I hope, the rider of the Madras, excited with rage, will not annihilate my army in battle'
Mbh.9.13.807 Then the Pandavas, O elder brother of Pandu Dhritarashtra, with cars and elephants and steeds, approached the ruler of the Madras and began to afflict him from every side.
Mbh.9.13.808 Like the wind dispersing mighty masses of clouds, the king of the Madras, in that battle, dispersed that risen shower of arrows and diverse other kinds of weapons in profusion.
Mbh.9.13.810 Indeed, those arrows shot by the ruler of the Madras from the van of battle were seen to fall like swarms of birds.
Mbh.9.13.812 When a thick gloom appeared, caused by the arrows shot by the mighty ruler of the Madras owing to his extreme lightness of hands in that dreadful battle, and when they beheld the vast host of the Pandavas thus agitated by that hero, the gods and the Gandharvas became filled with great wonder.
Mbh.9.15.871 With patience and great strength, O monarch, the king of the Madras at the same time fought with the twins Nakula and Sahadeva, each of whom resembled the Destroyer himself in prowess.
Mbh.9.15.876 Then king Yudhishthira, and Bhimasena, and Satyaki, and Sahadeva, the son of Madri, all rushed against the ruler of the Madras.
Mbh.9.15.879 Then the ruler of the Madras, O sire, cut off, with a razor-headed arrow, the bow with arrow fixed on it of the high-souled Nakula.
Mbh.9.15.881 Taking up another bow, Madri's son, that great car-warrior quickly covered the ruler of the Madras with winged arrows.
Mbh.9.15.882 Then Yudhishthira and Sahadeva, O sire, each pierced the ruler of the Madras with ten arrows in the chest.
Mbh.9.15.883 Bhimasena and Satyaki, rushing at the ruler of the Madras, both struck him with arrows winged with Kanka feathers, the former with sixty, and the latter with nine.
Mbh.9.15.884 Filled with rage at this, the ruler of the Madras pierced Satyaki with nine arrows and once again with seventy straight shafts.
Mbh.9.15.886 Having made Satyaki carless, that mighty car-warrior, the ruler of the Madras, struck him with a hundred arrows from every side.
Mbh.9.15.888 The prowess that we then beheld of the ruler of the Madras was exceedingly wonderful, since the Parthas, even unitedly, could not approach him in that battle.
Mbh.9.15.889 Riding then upon another car, the mighty Satyaki, of prowess incapable of being baffled, beholding the Pandavas afflicted and succumbing to the ruler of the Madras, rushed with speed against him.
Mbh.9.15.891 The collision that then took place between Satyaki and the heroic ruler of the Madras, became fierce and wonderful to behold, even like that which had taken place in days of yore between the Asura Samvara and the chief of the celestials.
Mbh.9.15.892 Beholding the ruler of the Madras staying before him in that battle, Satyaki pierced him with ten arrows and said, Wait, Wait
Mbh.9.15.893 Deeply pierced by that high-souled warrior, the ruler of the Madras pierced Satyaki in return with sharp shafts equipped with beautiful feathers.
Mbh.9.15.894 Those great bowmen then, the Parthas, beholding the king of the Madras assailed by Satyaki, quickly rushed towards him from desire of slaying that maternal uncle of theirs.
Mbh.9.15.902 The Earth became shrouded with the fierce shafts, equipped with feathers of Kankas and peacocks, that fell, sped from the arms of the ruler of the Madras.
Mbh.9.16.909 Nakula cast his glances on the ruler of the Madras from one of his flanks.
Mbh.9.16.919 While his troops were thus being slaughtered by the ruler of the Madras, Pandu's son, king Yudhishthira the just, became filled with rage.
Mbh.9.16.920 Relying upon his prowess, that mighty car-warrior began to afflict the ruler of the Madras, resolved to either win the battle or meet with death.
Mbh.9.16.924 I desire to vanquish that ruler of the Madras today in battle.
Mbh.9.16.940 Having made that vow, the king proceeded against the ruler of the Madras.
Mbh.9.16.942 Endued with great activity and filled with rage, they rushed, with loud shouts of joy, against the ruler of the Madras, that bull among the Kurus.
Mbh.9.16.944 Then thy son and the valiant ruler of the Madras, like the Udaya and the Asta hills, received those assailants.
Mbh.9.16.964 Then Yudhishthira, excited with rage, rushed against the ruler of the Madras, himself urging his steeds white as ivory and fleet as thought.
Mbh.9.16.970 Having made the field empty by shooting his shafts on all sides, Yudhishthira rushed against the ruler of the Madras and said, Wait, Wait
Mbh.9.16.976 Similarly, the son of Kunti covered the ruler of the Madras with showers of arrows.
Mbh.9.16.977 Then those two heroes, the ruler of the Madras and Yudhishthira, mangled in that battle with each other's arrows and bathed in blood, looked like a Salmali and a Kinsuka tree decked with flowers.
Mbh.9.16.989 The son of Drona, at this time, speedily proceeded towards the ruler of the Madras who had been reduced to that plight, and quickly taking him up on his own car, fled away quickly.
Mbh.9.16.991 Stopping, the ruler of the Madras then ascended another car that had been equipped duly.
Mbh.9.17.994 SECTION Sanjaya said, Taking up another bow that was very strong and much tougher, the ruler of the Madras pierced Yudhishthira and roared like a lion.
Mbh.9.17.1003 Then those heroes, O king, having obtained the ruler of the Madras, that foremost of warriors, in battle, checked that first of men in that encounter and began to strike him with winged arrows of fierce energy.
Mbh.9.17.1004 Protected by Bhimasena, and by the two sons of Madri, and by him of Madhu's race, the royal son of Dharma struck the ruler of the Madras in the centre of the chest with winged arrows of fierce energy.
Mbh.9.17.1005 Then the car-warriors and other combatants of thy army, clad in mail and equipped with weapons, beholding the ruler of the Madras exceedingly afflicted with arrows in that battle, surrounded him on all sides, at the command of Duryodhana.
Mbh.9.17.1006 The ruler of the Madras at this time quickly pierced Yudhishthira with seven arrows in that battle.
Mbh.9.17.1008 Those two great car-warriors, the ruler of the Madras and Yudhishthira, began to cover each other with arrows, washed in oil and shot from their bowstrings stretched to their ears.
Mbh.9.17.1010 The loud noise of their bows, bowstrings, and palms resembled that of Indra's thunder as those high-souled warriors, the brave ruler of the Madras and the heroic Pandava, showered upon each other their numberless arrows.
Mbh.9.17.1013 Then the illustrious ruler of the Madras, endued with fierce impetuosity, putting forth his vigour, pierced the heroic Yudhishthira of terrible might in the chest with shaft possessed of the splendour of fire or the sun.
Mbh.9.17.1014 Deeply pierced, O king, that bull of Kuru's race, the illustrious Yudhishthira, then struck the ruler of the Madras with a well-shot shaft and became filled with joy.
Mbh.9.17.1017 Filled with joy, the ruler of the Madras then, drawing his bow and having shot many arrows, at last cut off, with a pair of razor-faced shafts, the bow of his royal foe, that bull of Kuru's race.
Mbh.9.17.1022 The ruler of the Madras then slew with four shafts the four steeds of Yudhishthira.
Mbh.9.17.1030 His armour having been cut off by Bhimasena, the high-souled ruler of the Madras, taking up a sword and a shield decked with a stars, jumped down from his car and rushed towards the son of Kunti.
Mbh.9.17.1039 The ruler of the Madras assailed by those foremost of Pandava warriors headed by Bhimasena, proceeded regardless of them towards Yudhishthira, like a lion proceeding for seizing a deer.
Mbh.9.17.1041 Beholding the ruler of the Madras before him, he rushed towards that foe with great impetuosity.
Mbh.9.17.1046 Rolling his eyes that were wide open, he cast his glances on the ruler of the Madras, his heart filled with rage.
Mbh.9.17.1047 Thus looked at, O god among men, by that king of cleansed soul and sins all washed away, the ruler of the Madras was not reduced to ashes.
Mbh.9.17.1049 The illustrious chief of the Kurus then hurled with great force at the king of the Madras that blazing dart of beautiful and fierce handle and effulgent with gems and corals.
Mbh.9.17.1058 Having carefully inspired it with many fierce mantras, and endued it with terrible velocity by the exercise of great might and great care, king Yudhishthira hurled it along the best of tracks for the destruction of the ruler of the Madras.
Mbh.9.17.1062 Piercing through his very vitals and his fair and broad chest, that dart entered the Earth as easily as it would enter any water without the slightest resistance and bearing away with it the world-wide fame of the king of the Madras.
Mbh.9.17.1065 Stretching his arms, the ruler of the Madras fell down on the Earth, with face directed towards king Yudhishthira the just, like a tall banner erected to the honour of Indra falling down on the ground.
Mbh.9.17.1069 Though deprived of weapons and standard, and though his heart had been pierced, beauty did not yet seem to abandon the lifeless ruler of the Madras.
Mbh.9.17.1075 Upon the fall of Shalya, the youthful younger brother of the king of the Madras, who was equal to his deceased brother in every accomplishment, and who was regarded as a mighty car-warrior, proceeded against Yudhishthira.
Mbh.9.17.1082 Indeed, upon the slaughter of the younger brother of the Madras clad in beautiful armour, the Kurus, uttering cries of Oh
Mbh.9.17.1096 Upon the slaughter of the king of the Madras and upon Kritavarma having been made carless, the entire army of Duryodhana once more turned its face from the battle.
Mbh.9.18.1142 Thinking after the manner of Shakuni, all the Kauravas then proceeded to that place where the Madras were.
Mbh.9.19.1186 Hearing of the slaughter of the ruler of the Madras who was incapable of defeat by the very gods, that king will know the prowess of the eldest son of Pandu.
Mbh.9.19.1191 Who else than Yudhishthira the son of Pritha, who hath Hrishikesa, the refuge of righteousness and fame, for his protector, is competent to vanquish in battle Bhishma and Drona and Karna and the ruler of the Madras and the other kings by hundreds and thousands
Mbh.9.25.1692 Shalya, the king of the Madras, hath been slain, and Jayadratha also, O Krishna, hath been slain!
Mbh.9.30.2173 Today I shall free myself from the debt I owe to the many illustrious Kshatriyas that have fallen for me, to Bahlika and Drona and Bhishma and the high-souled Karna, to the heroic Jayadratha and Bhagadatta, to Shalya the ruler of the Madras and Bhurishrava, to my sons, O chief of Bharata's race, and Shakuni the son of Subala, to all my friends and well-wishers and kinsmen!
Mbh.9.52.3779 Bhurishrava too, O son of Rohini, and the valiant chief of the Madras have fallen!
Mbh.11.23.912 That mighty car-warrior, the ruler of the Madras, now lieth, deprived of life.
Mbh.14.60.2771 Numbering three Akshauhinis, they gathered round the ruler of the Madras.
Mbh.14.60.2773 The king Yudhishthira, in the battle that ensued, achieved the most difficult feats and slew, before half the day was over, the king of the Madras.
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