Panchala

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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.1.2.370 The birth of Ghatotkacha; the meeting of the Pandavas with Vyasa and in accordance with his advice their stay in disguise in the house of a Brahmana in the city of Ekachakra; the destruction of the Asura Vaka, and the amazement of the populace at the sight; the extra-ordinary births of Krishna and Dhrishtadyumna; the departure of the Pandavas for Panchala in obedience to the injunction of Vyasa, and moved equally by the desire of winning the hand of Draupadi on learning the tidings of the Swayamvara from the lips of a Brahmana; victory of Arjuna over a Gandharva, called Angaraparna, on the banks of the Bhagirathi, his contraction of friendship with his adversary, and his hearing from the Gandharva the history of Tapati, Vasishtha and Aurva.
Mbh.1.2.371 This parva treats of the journey of the Pandavas towards Panchala, the acquisition of Draupadi in the midst of all the Rajas, by Arjuna, after having successfully pierced the mark; and in the ensuing fight, the defeat of Salya, Kama, and all the other crowned heads at the hands of Bhima and Arjuna of great prowess; the ascertainment by Balarama and Krishna, at the sight of these matchless exploits, that the heroes were the Pandavas, and the arrival of the brothers at the house of the potter where the Pandavas were staying; the dejection of Drupada on learning that Draupadi was to be wedded to five husbands; the wonderful story of the five Indras related in consequence; the extraordinary and divinely-ordained wedding of Draupadi; the sending of Vidura by the sons of Dhritarashtra as envoy to the Pandavas; the arrival of Vidura and his sight to Krishna; the abode of the Pandavas in Khandava-prastha, and then their rule over one half of the kingdom; the fixing of turns by the sons of Pandu, in obedience to the injunction of Narada, for connubial companionship with Krishna.
Mbh.1.2.382 Then comes the third parva called Aranyaka relating to the forest This parva treats of the wending of the Pandavas to the forest and the citizens, following the wise Yudhishthira, Yudhishthira's adoration of the god of day; according to the injunctions of Dhaumya, to be gifted with the power of maintaining the dependent Brahmanas with food and drink: the creation of food through the grace of the Sun: the expulsion by Dhritarashtra of Vidura who always spoke for his master's good; Vidura's coming to the Pandavas and his return to Dhritarashtra at the solicitation of the latter; the wicked Duryodhana's plottings to destroy the forest-ranging Pandavas, being incited thereto by Karna; the appearance of Vyasa and his dissuasion of Duryodhana bent on going to the forest; the history of Surabhi; the arrival of Maitreya; his laying down to Dhritarashtra the course of action; and his curse on Duryodhana; Bhima's slaying of Kirmira in battle; the coming of the Panchalas and the princes of the Vrishni race to Yudhishthira on hearing of his defeat at the unfair gambling by Sakuni; Dhananjaya's allaying the wrath of Krishna; Draupadi's lamentations before Madhava; Krishna's cheering her; the fall of Sauva also has been here described by the Rishi; also Krishna's bringing Subhadra with her son to Dwaraka; and Dhrishtadyumna's bringing the son of Draupadi to Panchala; the entrance of the sons of Pandu into the romantic Dwaita wood; conversation of Bhima, Yudhishthira, and Draupadi; the coming of Vyasa to the Pandavas and his endowing Yudhishthira with the power of Pratismriti; then, after the departure of Vyasa, the removal of the Pandavas to the forest of Kamyaka; the wanderings of Arjuna of immeasurable prowess in search of weapons; his battle with Mahadeva in the guise of a hunter; his meeting with the lokapalas and receipt of weapons from them; his journey to the regions of Indra for arms and the consequent anxiety of Dhritarashtra; the wailings and lamentations of Yudhishthira on the occasion of his meeting with the worshipful great sage Brihadaswa.
Mbh.1.3.621 And the Rishi bade one of these disciples, Aruni of Panchala, to go and stop up a breach in the water-course of a certain field.
Mbh.1.3.622 And Aruni of Panchala, thus ordered by his preceptor, repaired to the spot.
Mbh.1.3.628 And some time after, the preceptor Ayoda-Dhaumya asked his other disciples where Aruni of Panchala was.
Mbh.1.3.630 And having arrived there, he shouted, Ho Aruni of Panchala!
Mbh.1.61.2934 Then they heard of Krishna the princess of Panchala having become disposed to select a husband from among the assembled princes.
Mbh.1.61.2935 And, hearing of it, they went to Panchala, and there they obtained the maiden.
Mbh.1.95.5338 There also they slew a Rakshasa of the name of Vaka and then went to Panchala.
Mbh.1.132.7067 Seeing the insolence of the Panchala king, he wished to check it effectually.
Mbh.1.132.7068 Hastily leaving the Panchala capital Drona bent his steps towards the capital of the Kurus, named after the elephant
Mbh.1.133.7106 At that time, actuated by the same motives, the prince of Panchala, the mighty Yajnasena, also lived in the same asylum.
Mbh.1.140.7434 And, O king, assembling his pupils one day together, the preceptor Drona asked of them the fee, saying, Seize Drupada, the king of Panchala in battle and bring him unto me.
Mbh.1.140.7440 Meanwhile, the king of Panchala, beholding that mighty force and hearing its loud clamour, came out of his palace, accompanied by his brothers.
Mbh.1.140.7444 The king of Panchala can never be taken on the field of the battle by any of these.
Mbh.1.140.7449 Then there arose from the mighty Panchala host a roar terrible as that of the lion, while the twang of their bow-strings seemed to rend the very heavens.
Mbh.1.140.7459 And like a Makara entering the sea, the mighty-armed Bhima, resembling a second Yama, mace in hand, entered the Panchala ranks, fiercely roaring like the ocean in a tempest.
Mbh.1.140.7475 Then Arjuna covered the king of Panchala with a shower of arrows.
Mbh.1.140.7476 Then there arose a frightful uproar among the Panchala host like unto the roar of a mighty lion springing at the leader of a herd of elephants.
Mbh.1.140.7477 And beholding Arjuna rushing at the king of Panchala to seize him, Satyajit of great prowess rushed at him.
Mbh.1.140.7483 Arjuna, thus assailed in battle by the Panchala warrior, forgave not his foe.
Mbh.1.140.7490 At the sight of this, the Panchala troops ran away in all directions.
Mbh.1.140.7491 Then Dhananjaya, having thus exhibited the might of his arm in the presence of both hosts, sent forth a loud shout and came out of the Panchala ranks.
Mbh.1.140.7509 And, O Panchala, if it pleaseth thee, know me hence for thy friend'
Mbh.1.140.7513 Vaisampayana continued, After this, O Bharata, Drona released the king of Panchala, and cheerfully performing the usual offices of regard, bestowed upon him half the kingdom.
Mbh.1.167.8580 And after this narration was over, that Brahmana, O Janamejaya, also spoke of the wonderful self-choice of Yajnasena's daughter, the princes of Panchala, and of the births of Dhrishtadyumna and Sikhandi, and of the birth, without the intervention of a woman, of Krishna Draupadi at the great sacrifice of Drupada.
Mbh.1.168.8611 The Brahmana continued, Drona, gifted with great intelligence, was extremely mortified at this, and settling in his mind some means of humiliating the king of the Panchala he went to the capital of the Kurus, called after the name of an elephant.
Mbh.1.168.8620 Thus addressing each other and establishing a permanent bond between themselves, Drona and the king of Panchala, both of them chastisers of foes, went away to the places they came from.
Mbh.1.169.8698 And the great Drona, bringing the Panchala prince into his own abode, taught him all weapons in requital of half the kingdom he had formerly taken from Drupada.
Mbh.1.170.8706 If thou wishest it would be well for us now to go to Panchala; we have not seen that country, it will, no doubt, O hero, prove delightful to us.
Mbh.1.170.8707 O crusher of foes, it hath been heard by us that alms are obtainable in the country of the Panchala, and that Yajnasena, the king thereof, is devoted to Brahmanas.
Mbh.1.171.8711 SECTION CLXXI Chaitraratha Parva continued Vaisampayana continued, Then Kunti spoke unto Bhimasena and Arjuna and the twins regarding the journey to Panchala.
Mbh.1.172.8739 SECTION CLXXII Chaitraratha Parva continued Vaisampayana said, After Vyasa had gone away, those bulls among men, the Pandavas, saluted the Brahmana and bade him farewell, and proceeded towards Panchala with joyous hearts and with their mother walking before them.
Mbh.1.184.9345 And the Pandavas with their mother forming the sixth of the company, having obtained that Brahmana as their priest regarded their sovereignty and kingdom as already regained and the daughter of the Panchala king as already obtained in the Swayamavara.
Mbh.1.184.9349 Then those kings of men, having had benedictions uttered upon them by that Brahmana, resolved to go, accompanied by him, to the Swayamvara of the Princess of Panchala
Mbh.1.185.9350 SECTION CLXXXVI Swayamvara Parva Vaisampayana said, Then those tigers among men, those brothers, the five Pandavas, set out for Panchala to behold that country and Draupadi and the festivities in view of her marriage.
Mbh.1.186.9384 And, O Janamejaya, the king of Panchala thinking of Arjuna caused a very stiff bow to be made that was incapable of being bent by any except Arjuna.
Mbh.1.188.9429 Afflicted with the shafts of the god of the flowery bow and with hearts utterly lost in the contemplation of Krishna, those princes descended into the amphitheatre for winning the Panchala maiden and began to regard even their best friends with jealousy.
Mbh.1.191.9565 The princess of Panchala hath become the bride of a Brahmana'
Mbh.1.191.9572 And she asked herself, Could the illustrious Vyasa himself who had directed my sons to come to Panchala have been guided by perverse intelligence'
Mbh.1.192.9580 O thou bull of the Kuru race, tell me how my speech may not become untrue; how sin may not touch the daughter of the king of Panchala, and how also she may not become uneasy'
Mbh.1.192.9589 When such is the state of things, do that, after reflection, which would be proper, and conformable virtue, and productive of fame, and beneficial unto the king of Panchala.
Mbh.1.192.9592 Vaisampayana continued, Hearing these words of Jishnu, so full of respect and affection, the Pandavas all cast their eyes upon the princess of Panchala.
Mbh.1.192.9593 And the princess of Panchala also looked at them all.
Mbh.1.193.9617 SECTION CLXLIV Swayamvara Parva continued Vaisampayana said, When the Kuru princes Bhima and Arjuna were wending towards the abode of the potter, Dhrishtadyumna, the Panchala prince followed them.
Mbh.1.193.9633 And the son of the Panchala king listened from his place of concealment unto all they said.
Mbh.1.193.9636 The king of Panchala had been sad because he knew not the Pandavas as those who had taken away his daughter.
Mbh.1.194.9670 Giving us all particulars of your family and tribe, place ye your feet on the heads of your foes and gladden the hearts of the king of Panchala mid his men and mine also.
Mbh.1.196.9715 SECTION CLXLVII Vaivahika Parva continued Vaisampayana said, Then the illustrious king of Panchala, addressing prince Yudhishthira in the form applicable to Brahmanas, cheerfully enquired of that illustrious son of Kunti, saying, Are we to know you as Kshatriyas, or Brahamanas, or are we to know you as celestials who disguising themselves as Brahmanas are ranging the earth and come hither for the hand of Krishna?
Mbh.1.202.10009 Or, let our spies induce the Pandavas to settle in Drupada's dominions, by describing to them, separately, the inconvenience of residing in Hastinapura, so that, separated from as, they may permanently settle in Panchala.
Mbh.1.202.10024 Or, we may tempt them by means of handsome girls, upon which the princess of Panchala will get annoyed with them.
Mbh.1.203.10050 The king of Panchala is honest and virtuous; he is not avaricious.
Mbh.1.207.10221 And all the Kuru ladies and the citizens and our subjects are eagerly waiting to behold Krishna the Panchala Princess.
Mbh.1.209.10305 The virtuous princess of Panchala, worshipping the celestial Rishi's feet, stood with joined hands before him, properly veiled, The illustrious Narada, pronouncing various benedictions on her, commanded the princess to retire.
Mbh.1.209.10306 After Krishna had retired, the illustrious Rishi, addressing in private all the Pandavas with Yudhishthira at their head, said, The renowned princess of Panchala is the wedded wife of you all.
Mbh.2.64.2637 Stake thou Krishna, the princess of Panchala.
Mbh.2.64.2644 Of slender waist like that of the wasp, of long flowing locks, of red lips, and body without down, is the princess of Panchala.
Mbh.2.66.2711 Duryodhana then said, Let the princess of Panchala come hither and put her question.
Mbh.2.66.2734 Hearing the command of his brother, prince Dussasana rose with blood-red eyes, and entering the abode of those great warriors, spake these words unto the princess, Come, come, O Krishna, princess of Panchala, thou hast been won by us.
Mbh.2.66.2809 Vaisampayana continued, Beholding the Pandavas thus distressed and the princess of Panchala also thus afflicted, Vikarna the son of Dhritarashtra said, Ye kings, answer ye the question that hath been asked by Yajnaseni.
Mbh.2.67.2955 O Princess of Panchala, this conduct of thine also, viz that though sunk in distress, thou still easiest thy eyes on virtue and morality, is assuredly worthy of thee.
Mbh.2.68.2960 And the son of Dhritarashtra beholding those kings and sons and grand sons of kings all remaining silent, smiled a little, and addressing the daughter of the king of Panchala, said, O Yajnaseni, the question thou hast put dependeth on thy husbands, on Bhima of mighty strength, on Arjuna, on Nakula, on Sahadeva.
Mbh.2.68.2979 If this were not so, who is there amongst creatures touching the earth with their feet and mortal, that would escape from me with his life after having touched those locks of the princess of Panchala?
Mbh.2.69.2999 Alas, doth not the son of Pritha regards life, prowess and manhood as of no use that he offereth this daughter of Drupada, the king of Panchala, in the presence of all this assembly, as a stake at dice
Mbh.2.69.3034 And having spoken those words, the wise Dhritarashtra endued with knowledge, reflecting with the aid of his wisdom and desirous of saving his relatives and friends from destruction, began to console Krishna, the princess of Panchala, and addressing her, the monarch said, Ask of me any boon, O princess of Panchala, that thou desirest, Chaste and devoted to virtue, thou art the first of all my daughters-in-law.
Mbh.2.70.3053 Indeed the princess of Panchala, becoming as a boat unto the sons of Pandu who were sinking in a boatless ocean of distress, hath brought them in safety to the shore
Mbh.2.75.3204 The wise Yajnasena of the Somake race, having bestowed his daughter, the princess of Panchala, on the sons of Pandu, acted most unfortunately for the husbands of Yajnaseni, these sons of Pritha are as eunuchs.
Mbh.2.79.3423 The wretches have brought on themselves this terrible, wholesale, and horrible destruction by dragging the helpless princess of Panchala into the court.
Mbh.2.79.3442 The princess of the Panchala there begged of me the liberation of the Pandavas.
Mbh.2.79.3445 This daughter of the King of Panchala is the faultless Sree herself.
Mbh.2.79.3449 Supported by Vasudeva of unbaffled prowess, Arjuna will assuredly come back, surrounded by the Panchala host.
Mbh.3.12.594 And the consanguineous relatives of Panchala, and Dhrishtaketu the king of Chedi, and those celebrated and powerful brothers, the Kaikeyas, their hearts fired with wrath, went to the forest to see the sons of Pritha.
Mbh.3.51.2578 Rama and Krishna and Dhananjaya and Pradyumna and Shamva and Yuyudhana and Bhima and the sons of Madri and the Kekaya princes and the Panchala princes, accompanied by the king of Matsya, these all, illustrious and celebrated and invincible heroes, with their followers and troops, will come.
Mbh.3.80.3924 The princess of Panchala in particular, remembering her third lord, addressed the anxious Yudhishthira and said, That Arjuna who with two hands rivals the thousand-armed Arjuna of old, alas, without that foremost of the sons of Pandu, this forest doth not seem at all beautiful in my eyes.
Mbh.3.87.4790 They say that in the country of Panchala, there is a wood called Utpala, where Viswamitra of Kusika's race had performed sacrifices with his son, and where beholding the relics of Viswamitra's superhuman power, Rama, the son of Jamadagni, recited the praises of his ancestry.
Mbh.3.120.6157 The high-souled ruler of Panchala together with the Kekaya king, and we also should put forth our united strength, and then would the enemies of Yudhisthira be annihilated
Mbh.3.143.7276 Weary and afflicted as she was, the poor daughter of Panchala became faint, on account of the hailstorm and also of her extreme delicacy.
Mbh.3.143.7280 And he said, O king, this black-eyed daughter of Panchala, being weary, hath fallen down upon the ground.
Mbh.3.231.11736 Tell me now, O princess of Panchala, of that blessed and auspicious thing by which, O Krishna, Krishna may ever be obedient to me
Mbh.3.231.11798 Vaisampayana continued, Hearing those words of virtuous import uttered by Krishna, Satyabhama, having first reverenced the virtuous princess of Panchala, answered saying, O princess of Panchala, I have been guilty, O daughter of Yajnasena, forgive me!
Mbh.3.234.11855 How doth Vrikodara, reduced by exposure to wind and sun and filled with wrath, sleep, in the presence of the princess of Panchala, on the bare ground, unfit as he is to suffer such lot!
Mbh.3.260.12780 If thou art minded to do me a favour, do thou go unto him at a time when that delicate and excellent lady, the celebrated princess of Panchala, after having regaled with food the Brahmanas, her husbands and herself, may lie down to rest'
Mbh.4.1.15 Surrounding the kingdom of the Kurus, are, many countries beautiful and abounding in corn, such as Panchala, Chedi, Matsya, Surasena, Pattachchara, Dasarna, Navarashtra, Malla, Salva, Yugandhara, Saurashtra, Avanti, and the spacious Kuntirashtra.
Mbh.4.14.530 And residing thus in Sudeshna's apartments, the princess of Panchala pleased that lady as also the other females of the inner apartments.
Mbh.4.17.711 And the Princess of Panchala then embraced the second son of Pandu, even as a creeper embraces a huge and mighty Sala on the banks of the Gomati.
Mbh.4.22.1015 And endued with mighty energy that hero then addressed Draupadi, that foremost of all women, saying, Come princess of Panchala, and see what hath become of that lustful wretch'
Mbh.4.23.1057 And that mighty-armed and irrepressible Vrikodara, the son of Pandu, then addressed the distressed princess of Panchala with face bathed in tears, saying, Thus, O timid one, are they slain that wrong thee without cause.
Mbh.4.24.1083 And then, O king at the gate of the kitchen, the princess of Panchala saw Bhimasena staying, like an infuriate elephant of gigantic proportions.
Mbh.4.36.1454 Vaisampayana continued, Having heard these words spoken by the prince, Arjuna fully acquainted with the import of everything, after a little while cheerfully spake in private unto his dear wife of faultless beauty, Krishna, the princess of Panchala, Drupada's daughter of slender make, sprung from the sacrificial fire and endued with the virtues of truthfulness and honesty and ever attentive to the good of her husbands.
Mbh.4.36.1458 And bashfully stepping out from among the women, the poor princess of Panchala gently spake unto him these words, The handsome youth, looking like a mighty elephant and known by the name of Vrihannala, was formerly the charioteer of Arjuna.
Mbh.4.44.1669 Where also is Draupadi, the princess of Panchala, famed as the gem among women, who followed the sons of Pandu after their defeat at dice to the forest'
Mbh.4.45.1759 And who was my ally, O child, while I encountered in battle innumerable kings at the Swayamvara to the princess of Panchala?
Mbh.5.1.7 And close to the king of Panchala was seated the great hero of the race of Sini, together with the son of Rohini.
Mbh.5.50.2869 She, who, while living of yore as the daughter of the king of Kasi, had practised the austerest penances; she, who, O bull of the Bharata race, desiring even in a subsequent life to compass the destruction of Bhishma, took her birth as the daughter of Panchala, and accidentally became afterwards a male; who, O tiger among men, is conversant with the merits and demerits of both sexes; that invincible prince of the Panchala who encountered the Kalingas in battle, with what Sikhandin skilled in every weapon, will the Pandavas fight against you.
Mbh.5.53.2980 The prince of Panchala, Dhristadyumna, that mighty car-warrior of merciless deeds, acquainted with all superior weapons, will fight with my host.
Mbh.5.65.3415 What man is there whom Dhrishtadyumna, the prince of Panchala, cannot overthrow, shooting his arrows among the foes, like the chief of the celestials hurling his thunderbolt?
Mbh.5.81.3889 Having seen, O Krishna, the princess of Panchala brought in that plight into the midst of the assembly, how can my wrath be appeased without the slaughter of Suyodhana.
Mbh.5.82.3928 Then the illustrious king Dhritarashtra, my father-in-law, said unto me, Ask thou any boon, O princess of Panchala.
Mbh.5.90.4203 I have not for fourteen long years, O chastiser of foes, beheld the princess of Panchala, that daughter-in-law of mine' who herself hath been a prey to constant anxiety on account of her children, whom she hath not seen for that period.
Mbh.5.90.4249 That the illustrious and beautiful princess of Panchala was dragged into the assembly while clad in a single raiment and made to hear bitter words grieved me most.
Mbh.5.137.6157 Engaged as ye are in acquiring every kind of virtue, before your eyes the princess of Panchala was addressed in cruel and abusive epithets.
Mbh.5.141.6349 When the two princes of Panchala Dhrishtadyumna and Sikhandin will overthrow Drona and Bhishma, then, O Janardana, will this sacrifice be suspended for an interval.
Mbh.5.152.6812 And truthful Draupadi, the princess of Panchala, accompanied by the ladies of the household, and surrounded by servants and maids, remained at Upaplavya.
Mbh.5.154.6839 The son of Pandu, with Vasudeva and Virata and Drupada and Dhrishtadyumna, the Panchala prince and that mighty car-warrior Sikhandin and powerful Yudhamanyu, incapable of being resisted by the very gods, might trouble the deities themselves in battle with Indra at their head.
Mbh.5.158.6991 Vaisampayana continued, Summoning then those warriors eager for battle, viz, Drupada and Virata, and that bull of Sini's race, and Dhrishtadyumna the prince of Panchala, and king Dhrishtaketu, and prince Shikhandi of Panchala, and Sahadeva, the ruler of the Magadhas, Yudhishthira duly appointed them in the command of his seven divisions.
Mbh.5.199.8841 Indeed, he ordered that slayer of foes and commander of force, that leader, steady in prowess, of the Chedis, the Kasis, and the Karushas, viz, Dhrishtaketu, as also Virata, and Drupada, and Yuyudhana, and Sikhandin, and those two mighty bowmen, those two princes of Panchala, viz, Yudhamanyu and Uttamaujas, to set out.
Mbh.5.199.8853 And he placed in the middle division of his army Virata and Jayatsena, and those two mighty car-warriors, viz, Yudhamanyu and Uttamauja, the two high-souled princes of Panchala, both endued with great prowess and both armed with mace and bow.
Mbh.6.13.700 Resembling the great Indra himself in bravery, and Himavat in firmness, like unto the ocean itself in gravity, and the Earth herself in patience, that invincible warrior having arrows for his teeth, that bow for his mouth, and the sword for his tongue, that lion among men, hath to-day been slain by the prince of Panchala.
Mbh.6.14.721 How could Bhishma who was reckoned as an Atiratha and who could not be resisted by the very gods, be slain in battle by Sikhandin, the prince of Panchala?
Mbh.6.19.916 And that mighty car-warrior, Dhrishtadyumna, the prince of Panchala, with those bravest of combatants and the foremost of car-warriors, viz, the Prabhadrakas, protected those princes from behind.
Mbh.6.19.918 Behind Arjuna was Yuyudhana of mighty strength; and the two princes of Panchala, viz, Yudhamanyu and Uttamaujas, became protectors of Arjuna's wheels, along with the Kekaya brothers, and Dhrishtaketu, and Chekitana of great valour, This Bhimasena, wielding his mace made of the hardest metal, and moving on the field of battle with fierce speed, can dry up the very ocean.
Mbh.6.45.2226 And Drona, then, in great wrath, cut off in that encounter the hard bow of the high-souled prince of Panchala that was capable of always taking the lives of foes.
Mbh.6.47.2377 And as they were falling upon him with great impetuosity, Bhishma the son of Santanu, in that conflict, pierced the prince of Panchala with three arrows, and Satyaki with ten.
Mbh.6.49.2585 And that foremost of smiters, Bhishma, slaughtered with his arrows the Panchala, the Matsya, the Kekaya, and the Prabhadraka host.
Mbh.6.53.2756 SECTION LIII Dhritarashtra said, Tell me, O Sanjaya, how that great bowman Drona and the Panchala prince of Prishata's race encounter each other in battle, each striving his best.
Mbh.6.53.2786 His bow cut off, deprived of car, his steeds slain, and charioteer overthrown, the prince of Panchala alighted from his car, mace in hand, displaying great prowess.
Mbh.6.53.2797 And Drona then, that foremost of car-warriors, abandoning the prince of Panchala, encountered Virata and Drupada together.
Mbh.6.55.2926 SECTION LV Sanjaya said, When the forenoon of that day had passed away, O Bharata, and when the destruction of cars, elephants, steeds, foot-soldiers and horse-soldiers, proceeded on, the prince of Panchala engaged himself in battle with these three mighty car-warriors, viz, Drona's son, Salya, and the high-souled Kripa.
Mbh.6.55.2928 Deprived then of his animals, Drona's son quickly getting up on Salya's car, showered his shafts on the hair of the Panchala king.
Mbh.6.61.3316 Then the son of Samyamani pierced the Panchala prince incapable of defeat in the battle with ten shafts, and his charioteer also with ten shafts.
Mbh.6.61.3318 And soon the prince of Panchala afflicted his foe with five and twenty arrows, and then slew his steeds, O king, and then both the protectors of his wings.
Mbh.6.61.3323 The prince of Panchala then, excited with rage, quickly taking up a mace, smashed the head of Samyamani's son thus advancing towards him, sharp-edged scimitar in grasp and shield in hand, as soon as the latter, having crossed the shooting distance, was near enough to his adversary's car.
Mbh.6.61.3325 And the high-souled son of the Panchala king, of terrible prowess, having slain his foe with his mace, won great renown.
Mbh.6.61.3327 Then Samyamani, excited with rage upon beholding his own son slain, impetuously rushed towards the prince of Panchala who was incapable of defeat in battle.
Mbh.6.77.4106 And the heroic prince of Panchala, viz, the son of Prishata, seeing meanwhile his preceptor advancing towards him with great speed, no longer wished to compass the death of thy sons.
Mbh.6.99.5332 Beholding Bhishma thus surrounded by a large number of cars, Arjuna, that foremost of car-warriors, addressed Dhrishtadyumna and said, O prince, place that tiger among men, Sikhandin, today in front of Bhishma, I myself will be his protector, O prince of Panchala
Mbh.6.113.6157 Keeping on his fore the Panchala prince of sinful soul and conversant with deceit, Partha is proceeding towards Bhishma for battle.
Mbh.6.113.6179 Go, encounter the heir of the Panchala king.
Mbh.6.116.6324 And Dhrishtadyumna, the prince of Panchala, excited with fury and accompanied by his brothers, proceeded against Drona, that foremost of all wielders of weapons, invincible, and irresistible.
Mbh.6.117.6424 Indeed, no car-warrior ventured to approach Bhishma in battle, except the heroic Arjuna having white steeds yoked unto his car and owning Krishna for his charioteer, and Sikhandin, the prince of Panchala, of immeasurable energy
Mbh.6.118.6425 SECTION CXVIII Sanjaya said, Sikhandin, O bull among men, approaching Bhishma in battle, struck him in the centre of the chest with ten broad-headed arrows The son of Ganga, however, O Bharata, only looked at Sikhandin with wrath and as if consuming the Panchala prince with that look.
Mbh.6.121.6703 Alas, he that was not slain by Jamadagni's son himself in days of old by means of even his celestial weapons, alas, he hath now been slain by Drupada's son Sikhandin, the prince of Panchala,
Mbh.7.9.324 Or, did king Yudhishthira the just, with his younger brothers, and having the prince of Panchala Dhrishtadyumna for his binding chord attack Drona, surrounding him with his troops on all sides?
Mbh.7.21.961 The Preceptor and the Panchala prince, both endued with great might, fought with each other, agitating each other's troops, like Indra and Vali.
Mbh.7.21.1038 Then Panchala rushed at Drona.
Mbh.7.23.1083 Dhristadyumna, the son of the Panchala king, proceeded, borne by steeds of great fleetness in trappings of gold and of the hue of pigeons
Mbh.7.23.1100 Excellent steeds, the gift of Tumvuru, of the hue of unbaked earthen pots, bore Sikhandin, the Panchala prince of immeasurable energy.
Mbh.7.23.1101 Altogether, twelve thousand mighty car-warriors of the Panchala race proceeded to battle.
Mbh.7.23.1122 That Panchala who was commander of the Pandava army and who took Drona as the victim allotted to his share, that Dhrishtadyumna, was borne by steeds of the hue of pigeons.
Mbh.7.23.1130 Steeds of the hue of the red deer, with white streaks over their bodies, bore the Panchala prince Singhasena, the son of Gopati.
Mbh.7.23.1135 Dark-spotted steeds bore that tiger among men, viz, Sudhanwan, the prince of Panchala.
Mbh.7.29.1507 Dhrishtadyumna, the prince of the Panchalas, proceeded to the side of all those Panchala car-warriors whom Drona sought to crush.
Mbh.7.30.1625 The Panchala prince then, mounting upon his own car and taking up another bow, pierced Karna with three and seventy shafts, and uttered a loud roar.
Mbh.7.76.3331 And while cheerless Subhadra, afflicted with grief, was indulging in such lamentations, the princess of Panchala Draupadi, accompanied by Virata's daughter Uttara, came to her.
Mbh.7.88.3919 And while he penetrated into thy army, those high-souled princes of Panchala, viz, Yudhamanyu, and Uttamaujas, followed him as the protector of his wheels.
Mbh.7.89.3959 Taking his bow with arrows fixed thereon, he then encountered the two Panchala princes.
Mbh.7.89.3960 Indeed, Kritavarman, with his arrows resisted those two Panchala princes as they advanced, following Arjuna for protecting his wheels.
Mbh.7.94.4338 Then all the Panchala car-warriors, desirous of victory upon the Satwata hero, proceeding against Drona, quickly withdrew Dhrishtadyumna from the battle
Mbh.7.107.4976 of the Panchala race, said, Rush thou with speed at Drona.
Mbh.7.119.5854 The shaft, O monarch, piercing through the prince of Panchala, quickly entered the earth, bathed in blood and blazing like a flame of fire.
Mbh.7.119.5868 Then, O king, cries of woe suddenly arose there at the sight of Drona covered with arrows by the prince of Panchala.
Mbh.7.122.6004 Upon the slaughter, O king, of Vrihatkshatra, that mighty car-warrior among the Kaikeyas, the son of Sisupala, filled with rage, addressed his charioteer, saying, O charioteer, proceed to the spot where Drona stayeth, clad in armour and engaged in slaying the Kaikeya and the Panchala hosts'
Mbh.7.127.6356 The two protectors of the wheels of Arjuna's car, viz, the Panchala princes, Yudhamanyu and Uttamaujas, were at that time proceeding towards Savyasachin by the skirts of the Kuru array.
Mbh.7.127.6373 That bull among men then, viz, thy son, jumping down from that steedless and driverless car, took up a mace and proceeded against the two princes of Panchala.
Mbh.7.127.6377 Meanwhile, those two mighty car-warriors, viz, those two foremost Panchala princes, ascending on two other cars, proceeded towards Arjuna
Mbh.7.134.6696 All that, during the match at dice, thy foolish and wicked son, with Karna on his side, said unto the princes of Panchala causing her to be brought into the assembly, all the harsh words, again, that Karna said unto Krishna, in the same place, before thyself, O king, and the sons of Pandu, in thy hearing and that of all the Kurus, viz, O Krishna, the Pandavas are lost and have sunk into eternal hell, therefore, choose thou other husbands, alas, the fruit of all that is now manifesting itself.
Mbh.7.144.7477 Seeing the son of Radha thus rushing towards Arjuna the two Panchala princes and Satyaki suddenly rushed towards him.
Mbh.7.144.7491 And how also did the two protectors of the wheels of Arjuna's car, viz, the two Panchala princes, fight'
Mbh.7.150.7875 Then a loud noise arose from among the Panchala troops.
Mbh.7.156.8430 Meanwhile, Vibhatsu, O monarch, surrounded by the Panchala I advanced against Karna, like Purandara proceeding against the Asura Vritra
Mbh.7.157.8539 Surrounded then by a hundred brave and unreturning car-warriors mounted upon cars, decked with gold, and the rattle of whose wheels resembled the roar or rain-charged clouds, the mighty car-warrior Dhrishtadyumna, the son of the Panchala king, beholding his warriors slain, addressed Drona's son and said these words, O foolish son of the preceptor, what is the use of slaying vulgar combatants.
Mbh.7.157.8548 Thus covered in that encounter with arrows by Drona's son, the Panchala prince, difficult to defeat in battle, said Thou knowest not of my origin, O Brahmana, or of my vow.
Mbh.7.157.8558 The mighty-armed son of Prishata, however, that best of car-warriors, surrounded by all the Panchala troops, though thus struck with arrows in that encounter by Drona's son, did not tremble, relying as he did on his own energy.
Mbh.7.161.8728 That mighty and invincible bowman who penetrated into the midst of the Panchalas, that tiger among men endued with great valour, who proceeded, as if dancing, along the track of his car, and consumed large throngs of Panchala cars by means of his shafts like a raging conflagration; alas, how did that Drona meet with his death?
Mbh.7.161.8755 And as the Pandava and the Panchala troops on the one side and the Kaurava troops on the other, O Bharata, were engaged in slaughtering each other, there arose a furious uproar on the field.
Mbh.7.168.9032 Holding his formidable bow and repeatedly stretching his bowstring, the Panchala prince rushed towards Drona's car decked with gold.
Mbh.7.168.9054 Then Drumasena, excited with wrath, O king, pierced the Panchala prince with a winged arrow, and once again quickly with three other arrows.
Mbh.7.168.9094 Similarly, the son of the Panchala king is engaged with Drona.
Mbh.7.171.9211 Though struck all the while with straight shafts by Karna, the Panchala prince, approaching Karna, slew the four steeds of the latter.
Mbh.7.171.9219 The Panchala host, thus afflicted by Karna, fled away in fear, like a doe frightened by a lion.
Mbh.7.181.9876 Whilst proceeding over many inaccessible fastnesses, he himself carried on his back the tired princess of Panchala.
Mbh.7.181.9907 Then, surrounded by a Panchala and Prabhadraka force of a thousand cars, three hundred elephants and five thousand horses, Sikhandin speedily followed in the wake of the king.
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.7.187.10260 Mounted upon hi, golden car and exceedingly afflicted with the shafts of Duhsasana, the Panchala prince wrathfully showered his shafts upon thy son's steeds.
Mbh.7.188.10362 Then twenty thousand Panchala car-warriors of great energy covered him, while he was thus careering in battle, with their shafts.
Mbh.7.188.10370 Having slain twenty thousand Panchala car-warriors, Drona, in that battle, shone resplendent like a smokeless, blazing fire.
Mbh.7.189.10412 SECTION CXCII Sanjaya said, Beholding Drona filled with great anxiety and almost deprived of his senses by grief, Dhrishtadyumna, the son of the Panchala king, rushed at him.
Mbh.7.189.10426 He covered the Panchala prince with a thick shower of arrows, and filled with rage, mangled his angry antagonist.
Mbh.7.189.10439 Beholding his mace cut off by Drona with arrows, that tiger among men, viz, the Panchala prince, took up a spotless sword and a bright shield decked with a hundred moons.
Mbh.7.189.10440 Without doubt, under those circumstances, the Panchala prince determined to make an end of that foremost of preceptors, that high-souled warrior.
Mbh.7.190.10510 Destroying all the weapons of Bharadwaja's son, the Panchala prince, that warrior of unfading glory, began to slay the Vasatis, the Sivis, the Valhikas and the Kurus, that is, them, who protected Drona in that battle.
Mbh.7.191.10642 Beholding him filled with anxiety, and almost deprived of his senses by grief, the son of the Panchala king, of cruel deeds, rushed towards him.
Mbh.7.195.10845 After Bhima had ended, the son of the Panchala king, addressing Partha, said these words, like Hiranyakasipu the leader of the Daityas unto the enraged and roaring Vishnu O Vibhatsu, the sages have ordained these to be the duties of Brahmanas, viz, assisting at sacrifices, teaching, giving away, performance of sacrifices, receiving of gifts, and study as the sixth.
Mbh.7.196.10887 Tell me, O Sanjaya, what the sons of Pritha, as also all the other royal bowmen in the world, hearing of Drona's slaughter, said unto the prince of Panchala'
Mbh.7.196.10904 There is none in the world that is more sinful than the sons of the Panchala king.
Mbh.7.196.10911 Thou wretch of a Panchala, O thou of wicked conduct, speaking all of my preceptor first and then of my preceptor's preceptor, art thou not ashamed
Mbh.7.196.10962 Seeing the mighty Satyaki rushing, from wrath and desire of revenge, at the Panchala prince, like Yama against one like his own self, the mighty Bhima, urged by Vasudeva, quickly jumped down from his car and seized him with his arms.
Mbh.7.196.10975 While the scion of Sini, O sire, was thus being pacified by Sahadeva, the son of the Panchala king, smiling, said these words, Release Sini's grandson, O Bhima who is so proud of his prowess in battle.
Mbh.7.196.10984 Hearing these words of the Panchala prince, the mighty Satyaki held fast in Bhima's clasp, sighing like a snake, began to tremble.
Mbh.7.197.11015 Seeing his army in course of flight and deprived of its senses, and beholding Parthas standing indifferent, Dharma's son said these words, O Dhrishtadyumna, fly away with your Panchala troops.
Mbh.7.198.11097 Rushing at him, O bull among men, that foremost of warriors, with great impetuosity, pierced the Panchala prince with five and twenty small arrows.
Mbh.7.198.11103 Of immeasurable soul, that foremost of car-warriors, viz, the prince of Panchala, poured upon Aswatthaman's head a shower of arrows.
Mbh.7.198.11106 Then cutting off the standard and bow of the Panchala prince with a couple of well-shot shafts, equipped with heads like razors.
Mbh.7.198.11109 At this, the Panchala troops, O king, mangled by means of those arrowy showers fled away in fear and great affliction.
Mbh.7.198.11139 The Panchala prince had before this been much pierced; therefore, deeply wounded by that arrow, he became exceedingly weak and supported himself by seizing his flag-staff.
Mbh.7.198.11210 Come now and encounter the Panchala prince, that hero resembling the Yuga fire and like the Destroyer himself with Govinda.
Mbh.12.14.574 Addressing me, she said, O princess of Panchala, Yudhishthira will ever keep you in happiness, O excellent lady!
Mbh.12.27.1211 Knowing full well that Sikhandin the prince of Panchala was his destroyer, that hero still refrained from slaying the prince with his shafts.
Mbh.12.38.2031 O blessed princess of Panchala, that waitest by the side of those foremost of men even like Gautami by the side of the seven Rishis.
Mbh.12.342.22663 Following the path pointed out by Vamadeva, the high-souled Rishi Panchala, through my grace, obtained from that eternal Being the rules in respect of the division of syllables and words for reading the Vedas.
Mbh.12.347.23141 Having adored with the austerest penances the illustrious deity with the equine head, the Rishi Panchala otherwise known as Galava acquired the science of Krama by proceeding along the path pointed out by the deity Rudra
Mbh.14.69.3073 Behold the reverend princess of Panchala, and the helpless princess of the Satwata race.
Mbh.14.87.3879 The slayer of Kesi, viz, Hrishikesa, approved of that indication of love for his friend which the princess of Panchala, who also was his friend, displayed
Mbh.15.11.560 Clad in a black deer-skin and divested of all thy ornaments, with the princess of Panchala in thy company, didst thou not follow this king?
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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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