Mithila

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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.1.113.6192 He then marched into Mithila and subjugated the Videhas.
Mbh.2.20.899 Passing over that country they went to Mithila and then crossing the Mala and Charamanwati, the three heroes crossed the Ganges and the Sone and went on towards the east.
Mbh.3.134.6806 As the other mountains are inferior to the Mainaka, and as calves are inferior to the ox, so are all other kings of the earth inferior to the lord of Mithila.
Mbh.3.205.10552 Repairing to the city of Mithila, enquire thou of a virtuous fowler there, if indeed, O regenerate one, thou art not really acquainted with what constitutes the highest virtue.
Mbh.3.205.10553 There liveth in Mithila a fowler who is truthful and devoted to the service of his parents and who hath senses under complete control.
Mbh.3.206.10562 SECTION CCVI Markandeya said, Continually reflecting upon that wonderful discourse of the woman, Kausika began to reproach himself and looked very much like a guilty person and meditating on the subtle ways of morality and virtue, he said to himself, I should accept with reverence what the lady hath said and should, therefore, repair to Mithila.
Mbh.3.206.10566 Kausika thus reflecting with reverence upon all she had said, set out for Mithila, filled with curiosity.
Mbh.3.206.10567 And he traversed many forests and villages and towns and at last reached Mithila that was ruled over by Janaka and he beheld the city to be adorned with the flags of various creeds.
Mbh.3.206.10582 The word that the chaste woman said unto thee, viz, Repair thou to Mithila, are known to me.
Mbh.3.214.10961 For this, thou wast told by that self-restrained, truthful lady, devoted to her husband, Hie thee to Mithila; for there lives a fowler who will explain to thee, the mysteries of religion'
Mbh.3.275.13340 Do thou, O Brahmana, relate why the sons of Dasaratha, the brothers Rama and Lakshmana, went to the forest with famous princess of Mithila'
Mbh.3.277.13470 And the vulture addressed Ravana, saying, Leave the princess of Mithila, leave her I say!
Mbh.3.280.13701 And Rama also, from this, guessed that the princess of Mithila had been seen.
Mbh.3.287.14028 And under the influence of extreme grief and affliction, the king of the Rakshasas suddenly cherished the desire of killing the princess of Mithila.
Mbh.3.289.14093 O princess of Mithila whether thou art chaste or unchaste, I dare not enjoy thee, now that thou art like sacrificial butter lapped by a dog'
Mbh.3.289.14109 The princess of Mithila is sinless!
Mbh.3.289.14112 O descendant of Kakutstha, the princess of Mithila is not guilty of even the minutest fault'
Mbh.3.289.14114 I tell thee, let the princess of Mithila be accepted by thee'
Mbh.12.17.770 If again the whole of Mithila were burnt and reduced to ashes, nothing of mine will be burnt'
Mbh.12.98.5478 SECTION XCIX Bhishma said, In this connection is cited the old story of the battle between Pratardana and the ruler of Mithila.
Mbh.12.98.5479 The ruler of Mithila, viz, Janaka, after installation in the sacrifice of battle, gladdened all his troops on the eve of fight.
Mbh.12.98.5481 Janaka, the high souled king of Mithila, conversant with the truth of everything, showed both heaven and hell unto his own warriors.
Mbh.12.98.5489 Thus addressed by their king, O subjugator of hostile towns, the warriors of Mithila, gladdening their rulers, vanquished their foes in battle.
Mbh.12.104.5906 Do thou serve Janaka the ruler of Mithila, always performing good and pure deeds.
Mbh.12.105.5989 Both the kings then worshipped that Brahmana, and trusting each other, proceeded to the capital of Mithila.
Mbh.12.177.10680 At the same time I have nothing, if the whole of my kingdom Mithila be consumed in a conflagration, I shall incur no loss'
Mbh.12.217.13112 SECTION CCXVIII Yudhishthira said, By following what conduct, O thou that art conversant with all courses of conduct, did Janaka, the ruler of Mithila versed in the religion of Emancipation, succeed in attaining to Emancipation, after casting off all worldly enjoyments'
Mbh.12.217.13114 There was a ruler in Mithila of the name of Janadeva of Janaka's race.
Mbh.12.217.13118 Once upon a time a great ascetic of the name of Panchasikha, the son of Kapila, having roamed over the whole world, arrived at Mithila.
Mbh.12.218.13314 Their own ancestor Janaka, the chief of Mithila, beholding his city burning in a conflagration, himself proclaimed, In this conflagration nothing of mine is burning'
Mbh.12.218.13316 He who reads this discourse, O king, that treat of emancipation and who always reflects upon it, is never pained by any calamity, and freed from sorrow, attains to emancipation like Janadeva, the ruler of Mithila after his meeting with Panchasikha
Mbh.12.275.16873 If the whole of Mithila which is said to be my kingdom burn in a conflagration, nothing of mine will be burnt down.
Mbh.12.298.18595 SECTION CCXCIX Bhishma said, Once again Janaka, the ruler of Mithila, questioned the high-souled Parasara endued with certain knowledge in respect of all duties'
Mbh.12.306.19235 Dissociated from all attachments, abstemious in diet, and subduing all the senses, one should fix one's mind on the Soul, during the first and the last part of the night, after having, O king of Mithila, suspended the functions of the senses, quieted the mind by the understanding, and assumed a posture as motionless as that of a block of stone.
Mbh.12.307.19371 When he succeeds in beholding that which is without attributes and which is the origin of the Unmanifest, he attains, O ruler of Mithila, to identify the same.
Mbh.12.308.19413 O ruler of Mithila, when Jiva, who is found to be in union with happiness and misery and who is seldom free from the consciousness of Self, succeeds in attaining to a similarity with the Supreme Soul which is beyond the reach of the understanding, then does he becomes freed from virtue and vice.
Mbh.12.310.19529 The five senses of knowledge are called Savisesha, O ruler of Mithila.
Mbh.12.316.19727 Only the regulation of the breath which is said to be endued with attributes should, in the first instance, be practised, for, O ruler of Mithila, if the breath that is inhaled and suspended be exhaled without mentally reflecting the while upon a definite image furnished by a limited mantra, the wind in the neophyte's system will increase to his great injury
Mbh.12.317.19760 I have thus told thee, O ruler of Mithila, the several places to which men repair according to the manner in which their Jiva-souls escape from their bodies.
Mbh.12.318.19954 Bhishma continued, Thus instructed by the intelligent Yajnavalkya the king of Mithila became filled with joy.
Mbh.12.318.19988 The Eternal and Immutable Supreme was the topic about which the great Rishi had discoursed to the king of Mithila.
Mbh.12.320.20024 In days of yore there was a king of Mithila, of the name of Dharmadhyaja, of Janaka's race.
Mbh.12.320.20030 In course of her wanderings over the Earth, Sulabha heard from many Dandis of different places that the ruler of Mithila was devoted to the religion of Emancipation.
Mbh.12.320.20034 Arrived at the chief city of Mithila teeming with a large population, she adopted the guise of a mendicant and presented herself before the king.
Mbh.12.320.20221 Upon the expiration of the ninth month, O king of Mithila, the creature takes its birth so that, its sex being known, it comes to be called a boy or girl.
Mbh.12.320.20301 O ruler of Mithila, I can mention hundreds and thousands of faults like these that attach to kings and kingdoms.
Mbh.12.320.20322 O king of Mithila, I am staying in thee without touching thee at all even like a drop of water on a lotus leaf that stays on it without drenching it in the least.
Mbh.12.320.20364 Having slept this one night in thy person, O ruler of Mithila, which is as it were my own chamber now, tomorrow I shall depart.
Mbh.12.325.20647 When Vyasa behind his son to be possessed of the resplendence of the Vedas, endued with the energy of Brahma, and fully conversant with the religion of Emancipation, he addressed him, saying, Go thou to Janaka the ruler of Mithila.
Mbh.12.325.20648 The king of Mithila will tell thee everything for thy Emancipation,
Mbh.12.325.20649 Bearing the command of his sire, O king, Suka proceeded to Mithila for enquiring of its king about the truth of duties and the Refuge of Emancipation.
Mbh.12.325.20654 Although the ruler of Mithila is one in whose sacrifices we officiate, still thou shouldst not indulge in any feeling of superiority while living with him.
Mbh.12.325.20660 Thus instructed, the righteous-souled Suka proceeded to Mithila on foot although he was able to traverse through the skies over the whole Earth with her seas.
Mbh.12.325.20669 Passing through the Videha country teeming with well-to-do people, he arrived at the delightful gardens of Mithila rich with many species of trees.
Mbh.12.325.20671 Bearing that burthen in his mind and ceaselessly dwelling upon it viz, the desire of mastering the religion of Emancipation, Suka of cheerful soul and taking delight in internal survey only, reached Mithila at last.
Mbh.12.326.20720 He gave me to understand that the king of Mithila would dispel all my doubts.
Mbh.14.32.1279 When I failed to find it on the Earth, I then searched Mithila for it.
Mbh.14.32.1280 When I failed to find it in Mithila, I then searched for it among my own children.
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Jijith Nadumuri Ravi
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Reference:- Mahabharata of Krishna Dwaipayana Vyasa, translated to English by Kisari Mohan Ganguli; Source of Plain Text: www.sacred-texts.com; Wikified at AncientVoice.

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