Nishadhas

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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.3.52.2646 There was a celebrated king among the Nishadhas, named Virasena.
Mbh.3.53.2658 And he was the king of the Nishadhas, intent on the welfare of the Brahmanas, versed in the Vedas, and possessed of heroism.
Mbh.3.53.2678 And moved by admiration, the heralds again and again celebrated the praises of Nala before Damayanti and those of Damayanti before the ruler of the Nishadhas.
Mbh.3.53.2688 O king of the Nishadhas.
Mbh.3.53.2696 And the swan after which Damayanti ran, having led her to a secluded spot, addressed her in human speech, saying, O Damayanti, there is a king amongst the Nishadhas named Nala.
Mbh.3.53.2704 Damayanti, O monarch, replied unto him there, saying, Do thou speak thus unto Nala also, Saying So be it, to the daughter of Vidarbha, the oviparous one, O king, returned to the country of the Nishadhas, and related everything unto Nala
Mbh.3.54.2740 And, O king, leaving their cars in the sky the dwellers of heaven alighted from the welkin and spake unto the ruler of the Nishadhas, saying, O foremost of monarchs ruling the Nishadhas, O Nala, thou art devoted to truth.
Mbh.3.55.2749 When the king of the Nishadhas spoke thus, Maghavat replied, saying, Know us as the immortals come hither for Damayanti's sake.
Mbh.3.55.2757 Therefore, spare me, ye gods' The gods, however, said, O ruler of the Nishadhas, having promised first, saying, I will!
Mbh.3.55.2759 O ruler of the Nishadhas, tell us this without delay'
Mbh.3.55.2760 Vrihadaswa continued, Thus addressed by those celestials, the ruler of Nishadhas spake again, saying, Those mansions are well-guarded.
Mbh.3.57.2836 And at whomsoever among them she looked, she regarded him to be the king of the Nishadhas.
Mbh.3.57.2841 And bowing down unto them with mind and speech, with folded hands, she addressed them trembling, Since I heard the speech of the swans, I chose the king of the Nishadhas as my lord.
Mbh.3.57.2844 And as the gods themselves have destined the ruler of the Nishadhas to be my lord, O, let them, for the sake of that truth, reveal him to me.
Mbh.3.57.2846 Hearing these piteous words of Damayanti, and ascertaining her fixed resolve, and fervent love for the king of Nishadhas, the purity of her heart and her inclination and regard and affection for Nala, the gods did as they had been adjured, and assumed their respective attributes as best they could.
Mbh.3.59.2892 SECTION LIX Vrihadaswa said, Having made this compact with Dwapara, Kali came to the place where the king of the Nishadhas was.
Mbh.3.59.2893 And always watching for a hole, he continued to dwell in the country of the Nishadhas for a long time.
Mbh.3.59.2899 And defeating king Nala and acquiring his kingdom, do thou rule the Nishadhas'
Mbh.3.59.2909 Do thou inform the king of the Nishadhas that the citizens have come here, unable to bear the calamity that hath befallen their king conversant with virtue and wealth'
Mbh.3.61.2958 And thereupon the mighty lord of the Nishadhas thought within himself, These will be my banquet today and also my wealth'
Mbh.3.61.2962 And finding himself deprived of his attire, and knowing also that the dice were departing with it, the virtuous Nala, O king, thus spake unto Damayanti, O faultless one, they through whose anger I have been despoiled of my kingdom, they through whose influence distressed and afflicted with hunger, I am unable to procure sustenance, they for whom the Nishadhas offered me not any hospitality, they, O timid one, are carrying off my cloth, assuming the form of birds.
Mbh.3.62.2991 And arrived at this place, the king of the Nishadhas sat down on the bare earth with the princes of Vidarbha.
Mbh.3.62.3011 But his heart failing him, the king of the Nishadhas returned to the shed, and seeing Damayanti again, burst into tears.
Mbh.3.64.3081 And, O king, seating herself down upon a stone and filled with grief, and every limb of hers trembling with sorrow on account of her husband, she began to lament thus: O king of the Nishadhas, O thou of broad chest and mighty arms, whither hast thou gone, O king, leaving me in this lone forest?
Mbh.3.64.3103 In this terrible forest, haunted by lions and tigers, O king of the Nishadhas, O foremost of men, O enhancer of my sorrows, Wishing to know whether thou art lying down, or sitting, or standing, or gone, whom shall I ask, distressed and woe-stricken on thy account, saying, Hast thou seen in this woods the royal Nala'
Mbh.3.64.3108 Know me for Damayanti, the daughter of the king of the Vidarbhas, and the wife of Nala, destroyer of foes, and the king of the Nishadhas.
Mbh.3.64.3135 Hast thou seen my husband, that ruler of the Nishadhas, the illustrious Nala, with the tread of a mighty elephant, endued with intelligence, long-armed, and of fiery energy, possessed of prowess and patience and courage and high fame?
Mbh.3.64.3162 The wise ruler of the Nishadhas, Nala by name, of great celebrity, heroic, and ever victorious in battle, and learned, is my husband.
Mbh.3.64.3163 Engaged in the worship of the gods, devoted to the twice-born ones, the guardian of the line of the Nishadhas, of mighty energy, possessed of great strength, truthful, conversant with all duties, wise, unwavering in promise, the crusher of foes, devout, serving the gods, graceful, the conqueror of hostile towns, that foremost of kings, Nala by name, equal in splendour unto the lord of celestials, the slayer of foes, possessed of large eyes, and a hue resembling the full moon, is my husband.
Mbh.3.64.3167 In sadness of heart am I wandering among woods, and mountains, and lakes, and rivers, and tanks and forests, in search of that husband of mine, Nala, skilled in battle, high-souled, and well-versed in the use of weapons, O hath king Nala, the lord of the Nishadhas, come to this delightful asylum of your holy selves?
Mbh.3.64.3173 O daughter of Bhima, thou wilt behold Nala, the lord of the Nishadhas, the slayer of foes, and the foremost of the virtuous freed from distress.
Mbh.3.64.3188 Hast thou seen my beloved husband, the ruler of the Nishadhas, clad in half a piece of cloth, with delicate skin, that hero afflicted with woe and who hath come into this wilderness?
Mbh.3.64.3207 The ruler of the Vidarbhas is my father, and my husband is the lord of the Nishadhas, named Nala.
Mbh.3.66.3340 Having reached an open spot where there was no fire, Nala intended to drop the serpent, upon which Karkotaka again addressed him, saying, O king of the Nishadhas, proceed thou yet, counting a few steps of thine; meanwhile, O mighty-armed one, I will do thee great good'
Mbh.3.66.3353 This very day, O prince, O lord of Nishadhas, go to the delightful city of Ayodhya, and present thyself before Rituparna skilled in gambling, saying, I am a charioteer, Vahuka by name'
Mbh.3.67.3364 SECTION LXVII Vrihadaswa said, After the snake had vanquished, Nala, the ruler of the Nishadhas, proceeded, and on the tenth day entered the city of Rituparna.
Mbh.3.67.3395 And, O friend, she hath been deserted by that man of small fortune and having little sense, with the wide and terrible forest, ever abounding in beasts of prey, Thus remembering Damayanti, the king of the Nishadhas continued to live unknown in the abode of that monarch
Mbh.3.68.3398 He who achieveth this task, viz, ascertaining where the ruler of the Nishadhas is, bringeth him and my daughter hither, will obtain from me a thousand kine, and fields, and a village resembling a town.
Mbh.3.68.3419 Surely, the king of the Nishadhas will experience in regaining her the delight that a king deprived of his kingdom experienceth in regaining his kingdom.
Mbh.3.69.3441 And there is a king ruling the Nishadhas, named Nala, the son of Virasena.
Mbh.3.70.3505 SECTION LXX Vrihadaswa said, After a long time had passed away, a Brahmana named Parnada returned to the city of the Vidarbhas, and said unto the daughter of Bhima, O Damayanti, seeking Nala, the king of Nishadhas, I came to the city of Ayodhya, and appeared before the son of Bhangasura.
Mbh.3.72.3626 And Kala the ruler of the Nishadhas, in wrath, was bent upon cursing Kali, when the latter, frightened, and trembling, said with joined hands, Control thy wrath, O king!
Mbh.3.73.3678 It was loud as that of Nala, but I do not see the ruler of the Nishadhas.
Mbh.3.76.3786 O ruler of the Nishadhas, passing over the celestials themselves, I choose thee as my lord.
Mbh.3.77.3829 And that foremost of speakers versed in the truth, king Rituparna, after being thus honoured by Nala, said, with a countenance expressive of wonder, these words unto the ruler of the Nishadhas.
Mbh.3.78.3843 SECTION LXXVIII Vrihadaswa said, O son of Kunti, the ruler of the Nishadhas having dwelt there for a month, set out from that city with Bhima's permission and accompanied by only a few followers for the country of the Nishadhas.
Mbh.3.78.3844 With a single car white in hue, sixteen elephants, fifty horses, and six hundred infantry, that illustrious king, causing the earth itself to tremble, entered the country of the Nishadhas without loss of a moment and swelling with rage.
Mbh.3.78.3879 And Pushkara himself, thus comforted by the ruler of the Nishadhas saluted that righteous king, and addressed him, O monarch, saying these words with joined hands, Let thy fame be immortal and live thou happily for ten thousand years, thou who grantest me, O king, both life and refuge.
Mbh.3.78.3882 And the blessed ruler of the Nishadhas, having established Pushkara and made him wealthy and freed him from troubles, entered his richly decorated palace.
Mbh.3.78.3883 And the ruler of the Nishadhas, having entered his palace, comforted the citizens.
Mbh.3.87.4802 And there also is the mountain called Kundoda, which is so delightful and abounding in fruits and roots and waters, and where the king of the Nishadhas Nala had slaked his thirst and rested for a while.
Mbh.6.6.387 The Gandharvas always reside on Nishadhas, and the regenerate Rishis on Nila.
Mbh.6.9.503 They are the Kuru-Panchalas, the Salwas, the Madreyas, the Jangalas, the Surasena, the Kalingas, the Vodhas, the Malas, the Matsyas, the Sauvalyas, the Kuntalas, the Kasi-kosalas, the Chedis, the Karushas, the Bhojas, the Sindhus, the Pulindakas, the Uttamas, the Dasarnas, the Mekalas, the Utkalas; the Panchalas, the Kausijas, the Nikarprishthas, Dhurandharas; the Sodhas, the Madrabhujingas, the Kasis, and the further-Kasis; the Jatharas, the Kukuras, O Bharata; the Kuntis, the Avantis, and the further-Kuntis; the Gomantas, the Mandakas, the Shandas, the Vidarbhas, the Rupavahikas; the Aswakas, the Pansurashtras, the Goparashtras, and the Karityas; the Adhirjayas, the Kuladyas, the Mallarashtras, the Keralas, the Varatrasyas, the Apavahas, the Chakras, the Vakratapas, the Sakas; the Videhas, the Magadhas, the Swakshas, the Malayas, the Vijayas, the Angas, the Vangas, the Kalingas, the Yakrillomans; the Mallas, the Suddellas, the Pranradas, the Mahikas, the Sasikas; the Valhikas, the Vatadhanas, the Abhiras, the Kalajoshakas; the Aparantas, the Parantas, the Pahnabhas, the Charmamandalas; the Atavisikharas, the Mahabhutas, O sire; the Upavrittas, the Anupavrittas, the Surashatras, Kekayas; the Kutas, the Maheyas, the Kakshas, the Samudranishkutas; the Andhras, and, O king, many hilly tribes, and many tribes residing on lands laying at the foot of the hills, and the Angamalajas, and the Manavanjakas; the Pravisheyas, and the Bhargavas, O king; the Pundras, the Bhargas, the Kiratas, the Sudeshnas, and the Yamunas, the Sakas, the Nishadhas, the Anartas, the Nairitas, the Durgalas, the Pratimasyas, the Kuntalas, and the Kusalas; the Tiragrahas, the Ijakas, the Kanyakagunas, the Tilabharas, the Samiras, the Madhumattas, the Sukandakas; the Kasmiras, the Sindhusauviras, the Gandharvas, and the Darsakas; the Abhisaras, the Utulas, the Saivalas, and the Valhikas; the Darvis, the Vanavadarvas, the Vatagas, the Amarathas, and the Uragas; the Vahuvadhas, the Kauravyas, the Sudamanas, the Sumalikas; the Vadhras, the Karishakas, the Kalindas, and the Upatyakas; the Vatayanas, the Romanas, and the Kusavindas; the Kacchas, the Gopalkacchas, the Kuruvarnakas; the Kiratas, the Varvasas, the Siddhas, the Vaidehas, and the Tamraliptas; the Aundras, the Paundras, the Saisikatas, and the Parvatiyas, O sire.
Mbh.7.20.901 In the tail stood Vikartana's son Karna, with his sons, kinsmen and friends, and surrounded by a large force raised from diverse realms, Jayadratha, and Bhimaratha, and Sampati, and the Jays, and the Bhojas, and Bhuminjaya, and Vrisha, and Kratha, and the mighty ruler of the Nishadhas, all accomplished in battle, surrounded by a large host and keeping the region of Brahma before their eyes, stood, O king, in the heart of that array.
Mbh.8.8.244 He had subjugated many invincible and mighty foes, the Gandharas, the Madrakas, the Matsyas, the Trigartas, the Tanganas, the Khasas, the Pancalas, the Videhas, the Kulindas, the Kasi-kosalas, the Suhmas, the Angas, the Nishadhas, the Pundras, the Kichakas, the Vatsas, the Kalingas, the Taralas, the Asmakas, and the Rishikas.
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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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