Nishadas

Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 28 Feb 2010 07:03 and updated at 28 Feb 2010 07:03

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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.1.1.209 These were Puru, Kuru, Yadu, Sura and Viswasrawa of great glory; Anuha, Yuvanaswu, Kakutstha, Vikrami, and Raghu; Vijava, Virihorta, Anga, Bhava, Sweta, and Vripadguru; Usinara, Sata-ratha, Kanka, Duliduha, and Druma; Dambhodbhava, Para, Vena, Sagara, Sankriti, and Nimi; Ajeya, Parasu, Pundra, Sambhu, and holy Deva-Vridha; Devahuya, Supratika, and Vrihad-ratha; Mahatsaha, Vinitatma, Sukratu, and Nala, the king of the Nishadas; Satyavrata, Santabhaya, Sumitra, and the chief Subala; Janujangha, Anaranya, Arka, Priyabhritya, Chuchi-vrata, Balabandhu, Nirmardda, Ketusringa, and Brhidbala; Dhrishtaketu, Brihatketu, Driptaketu, and Niramaya; Abikshit, Chapala, Dhurta, Kritbandhu, and Dridhe-shudhi; Mahapurana-sambhavya, Pratyanga, Paraha and Sruti.
Mbh.1.28.1636 Vinata replied, In a remote region in the midst of the ocean, the Nishadas have their fair home.
Mbh.1.28.1637 Having eaten the thousands of Nishadas that live there, bring thou amrita.
Mbh.1.28.1661 And endued with great strength, he soon fell upon the Nishadas, hungry and like another Yama.
Mbh.1.28.1662 And bent upon slaying the Nishadas, he raised a great quantity of dust that overspread the firmament, and sucking up water from amid the ocean, shook the trees growing on the adjacent mountains.
Mbh.1.28.1663 And then that lord of birds obstructed the principal thoroughfares of the town of the Nishadas by his mouth, increasing its orifice at will.
Mbh.1.28.1664 And the Nishadas began to fly in great haste in the direction of the open mouth of the great serpent-eater.
Mbh.1.28.1665 And as birds in great affliction ascend by thousand into the skies when the trees in a forest are shaken by the winds, so those Nishadas blinded by the dust raised by the storm entered the wide-extending cleft of Garuda's mouth open to receive them.
Mbh.1.28.1666 And then the hungry lord of all rangers of the skies, that oppressor of enemies, endued with great strength, and moving with greatest celerity to achieve his end, closed his mouth, killing innumerable Nishadas following the occupation of fishermen
Mbh.1.29.1686 My mother command me, saying, Eat thou the Nishadas'
Mbh.1.67.3476 The third of them, endued with great energy and power of producing deception, was born on earth as the king of the Nishadas gifted with great prowess.
Mbh.1.134.7197 Amongst those that came there, O monarch, was a prince named Ekalavya, who was the son of Hiranyadhanus, king of the Nishadas the lowest of the mixed orders.
Mbh.1.134.7212 Thus questioned, the man replied, Ye heroes, I am the son of Hiranyadhanus, king of the Nishadas.
Mbh.2.29.1227 And the mighty son of Kunti then subjugated, by sheer force, the country called Vatsabhumi, and the king of the Bhargas, as also the ruler of the Nishadas and Manimat and numerous other kings.
Mbh.2.30.1250 Endued with great intelligence, the Kuru warrior then conquered soon enough the country of the Nishadas and also the high hill called Gosringa, and that lord of earth called Srenimat.
Mbh.2.30.1331 The Kuru warrior then vanquished and brought under his subjection numberless kings of the Mlechchha tribe living on the sea coast, and the Nishadas and the cannibals and even the Karnapravarnas, and those tribes also called the Kalamukhas who were a cross between human beings and Rakshasas, and the whole of the Cole mountains, and also Surabhipatna, and the island called the Copper island, and the mountain called Ramaka.
Mbh.2.50.2113 And many tribes coming from different regions, of whom some possess two eyes, some three and some had eyes on their foreheads, and those also called Aushmikas, and Nishadas, and Romakas, some cannibals and many possessing only one leg.
Mbh.3.130.6621 Here is the gate of the kingdom of the Nishadas and it is from hatred for them that the Saraswati entered into the earth in order that the Nishadas might not see her.
Mbh.4.42.1631 Manufactured in the country of the Nishadas, irresistible, incapable of being broken, whose is this sword of polished blade in a scabbard of cow-skin?
Mbh.5.48.2742 Ekalavya, the king of the Nishadas, always used to challenge this one to battle; but slain by Krishna he lay dead like the Asura Jambha violently thrashed on a hillock.
Mbh.6.50.2649 And Yudhishthira, O king, with the Patachcharas, the Hunas, the Pauravakas and the Nishadas, became its two wings, so also the Pisachas, with the Kundavishas, and the Mandakas, the Ladakas, the Tanganas, and the Uddras, O Bharata, and the Saravas, the Tumbhumas, the Vatsas, and the Nakulas.
Mbh.6.54.2802 And Bhimasena, then, O Bharata, supported by the Chedis, rushed towards that large and mighty army of the Kalingas, abounding with cars, steeds, and elephants, and armed with mighty weapons, and advancing towards him with Ketumat, the son of the king of the Nishadas.
Mbh.6.54.2804 And the ruler of the Kalingas with many thousands of cars, and Ketumat with ten thousand elephants and the Nishadas, surrounded Bhimasena, O king, on all sides.
Mbh.6.54.2805 Then the Chedis, the Matsyas, and Karushas, with Bhimasena at their head, with many kings impetuously rushed against the Nishadas.
Mbh.6.54.2812 And terrific was the collision that took place between the few and many, between the Chedis on the one side and the Kalingas and the Nishadas, O king, on the other.
Mbh.6.118.6465 And many combatants also, belonging to the Nishadas, the Sauviras, the Valhikas, the Daradas, the Westerners, the Northerners, the Malavas, the Abhighatas, the Surasenas, the Sivis, the Vasatis, the Salwas, the Sakas, the Trigartas, the Amvashthas, and the Kekayas, similarly fell upon Partha, like flights of insects upon a fire.
Mbh.7.4.138 And so also, the Utpalas, the Mekalas, the Paundras, the Kalingas, the Andhras, the Nishadas, the Trigartas, and the Valhikas, were all vanquished by thee, O Karna, in battle.
Mbh.7.44.2115 Thereupon, the Kalingas, the Nishadas, and the valiant son of Kratha, all clad in mail, cut off his path by encompassing him with their elephant-division.
Mbh.7.195.10867 The very core of my heart is being pierced for my not having thrown that head within the dominion of the Nishadas, like that of Jayadratha
Mbh.8.20.825 Mangling with his shafts the Pulindas, the Khasas, the Bahlikas, the Nishadas, the Andhakas, the Tanganas, the Southerners, and the Bhojas, all of whom, endued with great courage, were unyielding and obstinate in battle, and divesting them of their weapons and coats of mail, Pandya deprived them of their lives.
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.8.22.936 And many Mekalas and Utkalas, and Kalingas, and Nishadas, and Tamraliptakas, also advanced against Nakula, showering their shafts and lances, desirous of slaying him.
Mbh.8.60.3534 There, the prince of the Nishadas, filled with rage, is coming against the son of Pandu, on his foremost of elephants, from desire of slaying him with his lances, even like Destroyer himself armed with his bludgeon.
Mbh.8.70.4112 The chastiser of foes who is slaying the Kalingas, the Vangas, the Angas, the Nishadas, and the Magadhas, and large numbers of hostile elephants that are ever infuriated and that look like masses of blue clouds, is competent to upbraid me.
Mbh.12.58.3211 From him have sprung the Nishadas, viz, those wicked tribes that have the hills and the forests for their abode, as also those hundreds and thousands of others called Mlechchhas, residing on the Vindhya mountains.
Mbh.12.134.7528 He was well conversant with all the practices of the Nishadas as also of all animals living in the forest.
Mbh.12.296.18474 The Kshatriyas called Atirathas, Amvashthas, Ugras, Vaidehas, Swapakas, Pukkasas, Tenas, Nishadas, Sutas, Magadhas, Ayogas, Karanas, Vratyas, and Chandalas, O monarch, have all sprung from the four original orders by intermixture with one another'
Mbh.12.328.20875 Though inhabited by the celestial Rishis, yet shorn of Vedic sounds, the mountain no longer looks beautiful now but resembles a hamlet of Nishadas
Mbh.13.48.4985 From the Nishadas spring a caste called Madgura and another known by the name of Dasas whose occupation consists in plying boats.
Mbh.13.48.4990 From the Nishadas again springs up the Madranabha caste whose members are seen to ride on cars drawn by asses.
Mbh.13.51.5169 Nahusha said, Let my priest give unto these Nishadas a thousand coins as a price for purchasing these sacred one as he himself has commanded'
Mbh.13.51.5173 Nahusha said, Let, O learned Brahmana, a hundred thousand coins be given unto these Nishadas.
Mbh.13.51.5178 Nahusha said, Let my priest give unto these Nishadas a crore of coins.
Mbh.13.51.5183 Nahusha said, Let half of my kingdom or even the whole be given away unto these Nishadas.
Mbh.13.51.5235 Then Nishadas said, O ascetic, thou hast seen us and hast also spoken with us.
Mbh.13.51.5254 The Nishadas all ascended to heaven as also the fishes they had caught, O monarch.
Mbh.14.83.3717 The encounter that took place between the Kuru hero and the Nishadas was so furious as to make the hair stand on end.
Mbh.14.83.3719 Having subjugated the son of Ekalavya, O king, the son of Indra, duly worshipped by the Nishadas, then proceeded towards the southern ocean.
Mbh.16.6.222 How is it that that lord of the universe, the slayer of Madhu, who had put forth his prowess for achieving the destruction of Kesin and Kansa, and Chaidya swelling with pride, and Ekalavya, the son of the ruler of the Nishadas, and the Kalingas and the Magadhas, and the Gandharas and the king of Kasi, and many rulers assembled together in the midst of the desert, many heroes belonging to the East and the South, and many kings of the mountainous regionsalas, how could he remain indifferent to such a calamity as the curse denounced by the Rishis?
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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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