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Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 28 Feb 2010 14:50 and updated at 28 Feb 2010 14:50

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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.1.1.206 Suhotra; Rantideva, and Kakshivanta, great in glory; Valhika, Damana, Saryati, Ajita, and Nala; Viswamitra the destroyer of foes; Amvarisha, great in strength; Marutta, Manu, Ikshaku, Gaya, and Bharata; Rama the son of Dasaratha; Sasavindu, and Bhagiratha; Kritavirya, the greatly fortunate, and Janamejaya too; and Yayati of good deeds who performed sacrifices, being assisted therein by the celestials themselves, and by whose sacrificial altars and stakes this earth with her habited and uninhabited regions hath been marked all over.
Mbh.1.2.520 In this is the excellent story of Samvarta and Marutta.
Mbh.2.8.348 And Yayati, Nahusha, Puru, Mandhatri, Somaka, Nriga; the royal sage Trasadasyu, Kritavirya, Sautasravas; Arishtanemi, Siddha, Kritavega, Kriti, Nimi, Pratarddana, Sivi, Matsya, Prithulaksha, Vrihadratha, Vartta, Marutta, Kusika, Sankasya, Sankriti, Dhruva, Chaturaswa, Sadaswormi and king Kartavirya; Bharata and Suratha, Sunitha, Nisatha, Nala, Divodasa, and Sumanas, Amvarisha, Bhagiratha; Vyaswa, Vadhraswa, Prithuvega, Prithusravas, Prishadaswa, Vasumanas, Kshupa, and Sumahavala, Vrishadgu, and Vrishasena, Purukutsa, Dhwajin and Rathin; Arshtisena, Dwilipa, and the high-souled Ushinara; Ausinari, Pundarika, Saryati, Sarava, and Suchi; Anga, Rishta, Vena, Dushmanta, Srinjaya and Jaya; Bhangasuri, Sunitha, and Nishada, and Bahinara; Karandhama, Valhika, Sudymna, and the mighty Madhu; Aila and the mighty king of earth Maruta; Kapota, Trinaka, and Shadeva, and Arjuna also.
Mbh.3.94.5018 And as Ikshwaku with his sons, friends and followers, as Muchukunda and Mandhatri and king Marutta, as the gods through power of asceticism and the celestial Rishis also, had all obtained fame, so wilt thou also obtain great celebrity.
Mbh.3.129.6598 it was here that Marutta sheltered by Samvartta, leader of saints, succeeded in performing excellent sacrifices.
Mbh.5.111.5096 Here, in this quarter, at a place called Usiravija, by the side of the golden lake, king Marutta performed, O foremost of Brahmanas, a sacrifice.
Mbh.5.181.8113 This sloka also, O thou of pure soul, is heard in the Puranas, O lord, sung by the high-souled Marutta, O thou of great intelligence!
Mbh.7.53.2583 Avikshit's son Marutta even, O Srinjaya, we hear, had to die.
Mbh.7.53.2586 With that wealth king Marutta had performed diverse sacrifices.
Mbh.7.53.2598 With his children and counsellors and wives and descendants and kinsmen, king Marutta, in his youth, ruled his kingdom for a thousand years.
Mbh.12.20.901 King Marutta, the son of Avikshit, by the profusion of his wealth, vanquished Sakra himself, the chief of the gods.
Mbh.12.29.1376 We hear, O Srinjaya, that there was a king of the name of Marutta who was the son of Avikshit.
Mbh.12.29.1384 In that sacrifice of Marutta, the Maruts drank Soma.
Mbh.12.29.1469 He vanquished king Angada, Marutta, Asita, Gaya, and Vrihadratha the king of the Angas
Mbh.12.56.3020 There is an ancient Sloka sung by king Marutta, agreeable to Vrihaspati's opinion, O monarch, about the duty of kings.
Mbh.12.165.9906 From Dhundumara it was taken by Kamvoja, and from Kamvoja it was taken by Muchukunda, From Muchukunda it was taken by Marutta, and from Marutta by Raivata.
Mbh.12.233.14488 Karandhama's son Marutta of cleansed soul, by giving away his daughter to Angiras, speedily ascended to heaven.
Mbh.13.137.11352 Marutta, the son of Parikshita and the grandson of Karandhama, by giving his daughter in marriage to Angiras, immediately went to heaven.
Mbh.13.165.13710 Bhagiratha, Harischandra, Marutta, Dridharatha, the highly fortunate Alarka, Aila, Karandhama, that foremost of men, Kasmira, Daksha, Amvarisha, Kukura, Raivata of great fame, Kuru, Samvarana, Mandhatri of unbaffled prowess, the royal sage Muchukunda, Jahnu who was much favoured by Janhavi Ganga, the first in point of time of all kings, viz, Prithu the son of Vena, Mitrabhanu, Priyankara, Trasadasyu, Sweta that foremost of royal sages, the celebrated Mahabhisha, Nimi Ashtaka, Ayu, the royal sage Kshupa, Kaksheyu, Pratardana, Devodasa, Sudasa, Kosaleswara, Aila, Nala, the royal sage Manu, that lord of all creatures, Havidhara, Prishadhara, Pratipa, Santanu, Aja, the senior Varhi, Ikshwaku of great fame, Anaranya, Janujangha, the royal sage Kakshasena, and many others not named in history.
Mbh.14.3.81 O son of Pritha, in the mountain Himavat The Himalayas there is gold which had been left behind by Brahmanas at the sacrifice of the high-souled Marutta
Mbh.14.3.82 Yudhishthira asked, How in that sacrifice celebrated by Marutta was so much gold amassed?
Mbh.14.4.85 SECTION IV Yudhishthira said, O righteous one, I am desirous of hearing the history of that royal sage Marutta.
Mbh.14.4.114 Named Marutta, that lord of kings was righteous and o great renown, an possessed the might of ten thousand elephants.
Mbh.14.4.120 And that righteous lord of Earth, king Marutta, along with other princes, performed a sacrifice there
Mbh.14.5.135 He had a son named Marutta, endowed with energy, and resembling Vasava himself.
Mbh.14.5.137 He always used to defy the lord of the celestials; and O son of Pandu, Vasava also defied Marutta.
Mbh.14.5.138 And Marutta, master of Earth, was pure and possessed of perfections.
Mbh.14.5.140 And incapable of controlling him, he riding on the horse, along with the celestials summoning Vrihaspati, spoke to him thus, O Vrihaspati, if thou wishest to do what is agreeable to me, do not perform priestly offices for Marutta on behalf of the deities or the ancestral Manes.
Mbh.14.5.141 I have, O Vrihaspati, obtained the sovereignty of the three worlds, while Marutta is merely the lord of the Earth.
Mbh.14.5.142 How, O Brahmana, having acted as priest unto the immortal king of the celestials, wilt thou unhesitatingly perform priestly function unto Marutta subject to death?
Mbh.14.5.144 Either espouse my side or that of the monarch, Marutta or forsaking Marutta, gladly come over to me,
Mbh.14.6.152 SECTION VI Vyasa said, The ancient legend of Vrihaspati and the wise Marutta is cited in this connection.
Mbh.14.6.153 On hearing of the compact made by Angira's son Vrihaspati with the lord of the gods Indra, king Marutta made the necessary preparations for a great sacrifice.
Mbh.14.6.154 The eloquent grandson of Karandhama, Marutta having conceived the idea of a sacrifice in his mind, went to Vrihaspati and addressed him thus, O worshipful ascetic, I have intended to perform the sacrifice which thou didst propose to me once on a previous occasion and in accordance with thy instructions, and I now desire to appoint thee as officiating priest in this sacrifice, the materials whereof have also been collected by me,
Mbh.14.6.158 Marutta said, Thou art our hereditary family priest, and for this reason I entertain great regard for thee, and I have acquired the right of being assisted at sacrifices by thee, and therefore it is meet that thou shouldst officiate as priest at my sacrifice'
Mbh.14.6.159 Vrihaspati said, Having, O Marutta, acted as priest to the Immortals, how can I act as such to mortal men, and whether thou dost depart hence or stay, I tell thee, I have ceased to act as priest to any but the Immortals.
Mbh.14.6.162 Vyasa said, Thus told, king Marutta became confused with shame, and while returning home with his mind oppressed by anxiety, he met Narada on his way.
Mbh.14.6.167 Vaisampayana continued, Thus addressed by the great Rishi Narada, king Marutta informed him of the rebuff he had received from his religious preceptor'
Mbh.14.6.168 Marutta said, Seeking for a priest to officiate at my sacrifice, I went to that priest of the Immortals, Vrihaspati, the son of Angira, but he did not choose to accept my offer.
Mbh.14.6.173 Marutta said, I feel as if instilled with new life, by these thy words, O Narada, but O the best of speakers, do thou tell me where I can find Samvarta, and how I can remain by his side, and how I am to act so that he may not abandon me, for I do not desire to live if I meet with a rebuff from him also'
Mbh.14.7.187 Marutta said, I have been told by Narada, wandering on his way, that thou art the son of our family-priest, and this information has inclined my mind towards thee, with exquisite satisfaction'
Mbh.14.7.191 Marutta said, That prince of celestial saints Narada having given me this information about thee, and commended me to thy care, has entered into the fire'
Mbh.14.7.192 Vyasa said, Hearing these words from the king Marutta Samvarta was highly gratified, and he said addressing Marutta.
Mbh.14.7.194 Then, O prince, that Brahmana, raving like a lunatic, and repeatedly scolding Marutta with rude words, again accosted him thus, I am afflicted with a cerebral disorder, and, I always act according to the random caprices of my own mind.
Mbh.14.7.199 Marutta said, Do thou listen to me, O Samvarta, I did go to Vrihaspati first, but desiring the patronage of Vasava, he did not wish to have me as his sacrificer.
Mbh.14.7.200 He said, Having secured the priesthood of the Immortals, I do not desire to act for mortals, and, I have been forbidden by Sakra Indra to officiate at Marutta's sacrifice, as he told me that Marutta having become lord of the earth, was always filled with a desire to rival him'
Mbh.14.7.208 Marutta said, If ever I forsake thee, may I never attain the blessed regions as long as the mountains shall exist, and the thousand-rayed sun continue to emit heat: if I forsake dice, may I never attain true wisdom, and remain for ever addicted to worldly material pursuits
Mbh.14.8.224 Thus instructed, Marutta, the son of Karandhama, did as he was advised.
Mbh.14.8.227 And Vrihaspati too, hearing of the prosperity of Marutta, eclipsing that of the gods, became greatly grieved at heart, and distressed at the thought that his rival Samvarta should become prosperous, became sick at heart, and the glow of his complexion left him, and his frame became emaciated.
Mbh.14.9.234 Vrihaspati said, O Indra, I have heard that Marutta will perform a great sacrifice at which exquisite presents will be given by him to Brahmanas and that at his sacrifice Samvarta will act as the officiating priest, and therefore do I desire that he may not officiate as priest at that sacrifice
Mbh.14.9.236 Vrihaspati said, Prosperity of a rival is always painful to one's feelings, and for this reason too, thou dost with try attendant gods persecute the Asuras with their with and kin, and kill the most prosperous among them; hence, O Lord of the gods, am I changed in appearance at the thought that my rival is prospering, therefore, O Indra, do thou, by all means, restrain Samvarta and king Marutta
Mbh.14.9.237 Indra turning to Agni said, Do thou, O Jataveda, following my direction, go to king Marutta to present Vrihaspati to him, and say unto him that this Vrihaspati will officiate at his sacrifice and make him immortal
Mbh.14.9.238 Agni said, I shall presently, O adorable one, repair thither as thy messenger, to present Vrihaspati to king Marutta; and to make Indra's words true, and to show respect to Vrihaspati, Agni departed
Mbh.14.9.240 Marutta said, Behold!
Mbh.14.9.243 Marutta said, O Fire-god, is the glorious Lord of the Celestials happy, and is he pleased with us, and are the other gods loyal to him?
Mbh.14.9.247 And the object for which he has sent me to thee is to present Vrihaspati to Marutta.
Mbh.14.9.249 Marutta said, This twice-born Brahmana Samvarta will perform my sacrifice, and I pray to Vrihaspati, that he having acted as priest to Mahendra Indra, it does not look well for him now to act as priest to mortal men
Mbh.14.9.252 Samvarta said, Thou must never come again thus to present Vrihaspati to Marutta: for know, O Pavaka, Agni if thou dost, I losing my temper, will burn thee with my fierce evil eyes
Mbh.14.9.253 Vyasa said, Then Agni apprehending destruction by fire, and trembling like the leaves of the Aswattha tree Ficus religiosa, returned to the gods, and the high-souled Sakra seeing that carrier of oblations Agni in the company of Vrihaspati said as follows: Indra said, O Jataveda Agni, didst thou go to present Vrihaspati to Marutta according to my direction?
Mbh.14.9.255 Agni said, Thy message was not acceptable by Marutta and when urged by me, he clasping the hands of Vrihaspati, repeatedly said, that Samvarta would act as his priest.
Mbh.14.9.260 I shall burn thee with my fierce evil eyes if thou on any account come again here to present Vrihaspati to king Marutta
Mbh.14.10.279 Therefore, O Dhritarashtra, do thou according to my direction repair to king Marutta attended by Samvarta, and deliver this message to him, Do thou, O prince, accept Vrihaspati as thy spiritual preceptor, as otherwise, I shall strike thee with my terrific thunderbolt
Mbh.14.10.283 Marutta said, Thou, O Purandara, the Viswadevas, the Vasus and the Aswins ye all know, that in this world there is no escape from the consequences of playing false to a friend; it is a great sin like unto that of murdering a Brahman.
Mbh.14.10.289 Marutta said, Verily this rain-cloud floating in the air indicates that Indra must be near at present, therefore, O prince of Brahmanas, I seek shelter from thee.
Mbh.14.10.297 Marutta said, This appalling crash of the thunderbolt together with the howling of the winds, seem terrible to my ears and my heart is afflicted again and again, O Brahmana, and my peace of mind is gone at present
Mbh.14.10.300 Marutta said, I desire, O Brahmana, that Indra all on a sudden should come in person at this sacrifice, and accept the oblation offered to him, and that all the other gods also come and take their own shares of the offerings and accept the libations of Soma offered to them
Mbh.14.10.304 And king Marutta with his priest rose to receive Indra coming with the host of gods and well-pleased in mind, he welcomed the lord of the Devas with due and foremost honours according to the Sastras.
Mbh.14.10.308 Marutta said, Do thou look with kindness upon me, I bow unto thee, O Indra, by thy presence, my sacrifice has been perfected, and my life too blessed with good results.
Mbh.14.10.316 And then, O king, Indra well-pleased and adored, thus said to king Marutta, O prince, by associating with thee at this sacrifice, thine ancestors who have gone before thee, as well as the other gods have been highly gratified and have accepted the oblations offered by thee.
Mbh.14.63.2887 Do thou tell me, O foremost of regenerate ones, how the king succeeded in obtaining the wealth which Marutta had buried in the Earth'
Mbh.14.63.2895 Ye kings, Vyasa, therefore, informed us of the wealth that lies buried in the Earth of Marutta.
Mbh.14.89.3983 No other king will be able to accomplish what the Kuru king accomplished on that occasion after the manner of Marutta.
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