Salwa

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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.1.67.3443 And, O king, the younger brother of Vrishaparvan who was known by the name of Ajaka became noted on earth as king Salwa.
Mbh.1.188.9439 Then those princes, Karna, Duryodhana, Salwa, Salya, Aswatthaman, Kratha, Sunitha, Vakra, the ruler of Kalinga and Banga, Pandya, Paundra, the ruler of Videha, the chief of the Yavanas, and many other sons and grandsons of kings, sovereigns of territories with eyes like lotus-petals, one after another began to exhibit prowess for winning that maiden of unrivalled beauty.
Mbh.3.12.627 And slaying Salwa the lord of Saubha, thou didst destroy that city of Saubha itself!
Mbh.3.14.770 Krishna said, O bull of the Bharata race, I had gone for the purpose of destroying the arranging city Salwa.
Mbh.3.14.773 Hearing that he had been slain, Salwa, burning with fierce anger, came to Dwaraka, while, O Bharata, it was empty, myself being away, residing with you here.
Mbh.3.14.785 And Salwa also said, Impelled by wrath for the destruction of Sisupala I shall today send to the mansion of Yama that treacherous miscreant of mean mind'
Mbh.3.14.793 Then, O king, blowing my conch called the Panchajanya obtained from the sea, and challenging Salwa to combat, I stood for the fight!
Mbh.3.15.799 Vasudeva said, O mighty-armed king, hearing that the son of Srutasravas Sisupala had been slain by me, Salwa, O best of the Bharata race, came to the city of Dwaravati!
Mbh.3.15.807 And all the Vrishnis and the Andhakas, well-knowing that they would be slain by Salwa if they behaved carelessly, remained sober and watchful.
Mbh.3.16.819 SECTION XVI Vasudeva continued, O king of kings, Salwa, the lord of Saubha, came towards our city with an immense force consisting of infantry, cavalry and elephants!
Mbh.3.16.820 And the army headed by king Salwa, consisting of four kings of forces, occupied a level ground commanding a copious water-supply.
Mbh.3.16.824 And beholding the army of Salwa, the youthful princess of the Vrishni race resolved to encounter it sallying out of the city.
Mbh.3.16.825 And, O king, Charudeshna, Samva, and the mighty warrior Pradyumna, O descendant of the Kuru race, sailed out, ascending on their chariots, and clad in mail, and decked with ornaments, with colours flying, resolved to encounter the mighty and countless host of Salwa!
Mbh.3.16.832 And when the wicked general of Salwa had left the field, a mighty Daitya called Vegavat rushed at my son!
Mbh.3.16.843 And beholding Vivindhya slain, and the whole host waver, Salwa advanced again on his beautiful car capable of going everywhere.
Mbh.3.16.844 And, O king of mighty arms, beholding Salwa on that beautiful car of his, the combatants of Dwaraka wavered with fear!
Mbh.3.16.845 But, O thou of the Kuru race, Pradyumna sailed out, and, O great king, bidding the Anarttas be of good cheer, said, Waver ye not, and staying behold me fight I Even I shall, by force, repell that car with Salwa on it!
Mbh.3.17.860 And, O king, Pradyumna, the mower of foes rushed with speed against Salwa himself so desirous of an encounter!
Mbh.3.17.861 And, O perpetuator of the Kuru race, braved by the heroic Pradyumna in that mighty battle, the angry Salwa could ill bear the challenge!
Mbh.3.17.862 And that conqueror of hostile cities, Salwa, maddened by anger, descended from his beautiful car of unchecked speed, resolved to encounter Pradyumna.
Mbh.3.17.863 And the people beheld the fight between Salwa and the foremost of Vrishni heroes, which was even like unto the encounter between Vasava with Vali.
Mbh.3.17.864 And, O hero, mounting on his beautiful car decked with gold and furnished with flags and flag-staffs and quivers, the illustrious and mighty Salwa began to discharge his arrows at Pradyumna!
Mbh.3.17.865 Pradyumna also by the energy of his arms, overwhelmed Salwa in the combat by a thick shower of arrows.
Mbh.3.17.868 Beholding this, Salwa rained on my son other weapons of blazing splendour.
Mbh.3.17.869 Then, O foremost of monarchs, pierced by the shafts of Salwa, the son of Rukmini discharged without loss of time an arrow that was capable of entering the vitals of a foe in fight.
Mbh.3.17.871 And beholding the heroic king Salwa fallen down deprived of sense, the foremost of the Danavas fled away rending the ground beneath their feet.
Mbh.3.17.872 And, O lord of the earth, the army of Salwa sent up exclamations of Oh!
Mbh.3.17.875 And O son of the Kuru race, regaining his senses, the mighty Salwa rose and all of a sudden discharged his arrows on Pradyumna.
Mbh.3.17.877 And, O mighty king, wounding the son of Rukmini, Salwa sent up a shout like unto the roar of a lion, and filling the entire earth with it!
Mbh.3.17.878 And, O Bharata, when my son became senseless, Salwa, without losing a moment, again discharged at him other shafts difficult to bear.
Mbh.3.18.880 SECTION XVIII Vasudeva continued, O king, afflicted with the arrows of Salwa, when Pradyumna became senseless the Vrishnis who had come to the fight were all disheartened and filled with grief!
Mbh.3.18.887 O son of a Suta, hast thou been bewildered at the sight of a Salwa in that fierce encounter?
Mbh.3.18.893 On the other hand, O son of Kesava, the task, I ween, of vanquishing Salwa is difficult for thee!
Mbh.3.18.921 O Suta, when the brave Kritavarman was sallying out to encounter Salwa, I prevented him, saying I will resist Salwa.
Mbh.3.19.939 Thou wert much wounded by the arrows shot by Salwa.
Mbh.3.19.944 I will now penetrate into the celebrated array of Salwa without fear!
Mbh.3.19.956 And at those wounds Salwa fell down senseless.
Mbh.3.19.957 And on the mean-minded Salwa falling down, afflicted with Pradyumna's arrows, the son of Rukmini aimed another arrow at him, capable of destroying every foe.
Mbh.3.19.961 And these two approaching the son of Rukmini delivered unto him the message of the celestial, saying, O hero, king Salwa is nor to be slain by thee!
Mbh.3.19.968 And then, O foremost of kings, the mighty Salwa, afflicted with the arrows of Pradyumna, rose disheartened, and speedily went away.
Mbh.3.19.969 Then O king, the wicked Salwa, thus afflicted by the Vrishnis, mounted on his car of precious metals, and leaving Dwaraka scudded through the skies
Mbh.3.20.970 SECTION XX Vasudeva said, When Salwa had left the city of the Anarttas, I returned to it, O king, on the completion of thy great Rajasuya sacrifice!
Mbh.3.20.973 O thou best of kings thus asked the son of Hridika Kritavarman relate to me in detail the invasion of the city by Salwa, and his subsequent departure from it.
Mbh.3.20.974 And, O thou foremost of Bharatas, hearing all, even then I made up my mind to slay Salwa.
Mbh.3.20.975 And encouraging the citizens, O best of Bharatas, I cheerfully addressed king Ahuka, and Anakdundhuvi, and the chief heroes of the Vrishni race, saying, Do ye, O bulls among the Yadavas, stay in the city, taking every care, and know that I go to slay Salwa!
Mbh.3.20.977 I will again come to ye having compassed the destruction of Salwa together with his car of precious metals.
Mbh.3.20.983 It is there, O thou tiger among men, that I heard that Salwa was coursing on his car of precious metals near the ocean, and I followed in his pursuit.
Mbh.3.20.984 And, O thou slayer of thy foes, having reached the main, Salwa on his car of costly metals was in the midst of the deep heaving with billows!
Mbh.3.20.991 Then the warriors following Salwa poured on me straight arrows by thousands.
Mbh.3.20.1003 And seeing his soldiers fall, Salwa the possessor of the car of precious metals, began to fight with the help of illusion.
Mbh.3.21.1018 SECTION XXI Vasudeva said, O thou tiger among men, my great enemy king Salwa, thus encountered by me in battle, again ascended the sky.
Mbh.3.21.1021 And Salwa covered Daruka, and my steeds, and my car also with hundreds of straight shafts.
Mbh.3.21.1022 Then, O hero, Daruka, evidently about to faint, said unto me, Afflicted with the shafts of Salwa I stay in the field, because it is my duty to do so.
Mbh.3.21.1028 And, O thou of mighty arms, seeing the charioteer with the reins in his hands thus pierced and enfeebled by the shafts of Salwa in the field of battle, I cheered him up!
Mbh.3.21.1032 O Kesava, hear what thy father's friend sayeth: O son of the Vrishni race, O thou irrepressible one, in thy absence today Salwa, coming to Dwaraka, hath by main force killed Vasudeva!
Mbh.3.21.1044 And it was in this state of mind that I encountered Salwa afresh.
Mbh.3.21.1055 and soon regaining my consciousness, O warrior, I could not see in that mighty contest either the car of costly metals, or the enemy Salwa, or my old father!
Mbh.3.22.1084 And seeing my horses almost in their last gasp for breath, afflicted with that load of stones, my charioteer said unto me in words suitable to the occasion, O thou of the Vrishni race, behold Salwa the owner of the car of precious metals sitting yonder.
Mbh.3.22.1087 Do thou abandon thy mildness and consideration for Salwa.
Mbh.3.22.1088 Slay Salwa, O thou of mighty arms!
Mbh.3.22.1096 O Kaunteya, hearing such words of my charioteer, and knowing that what he said was true, I directed my attention to the fight afresh, with the view of slaying Salwa and destroying the car of costly metals!
Mbh.3.22.1103 And after the town of Saubha had fallen, the discus came back into my hands, And taking it up I once more hurled it with force saying, Go thou unto Salwa'
Mbh.3.22.1104 The discus then cleft Salwa in twain who in that fierce conflict was at the point of hurling a heavy mace.
Mbh.3.22.1110 And having thus destroyed the town of Saubha and slain Salwa, I returned to the Anarttas and delighted my friends.
Mbh.3.262.12858 Meanwhile, the famous king of Sindhu, the son of Vriddhakshatra was, with a view to matrimony, proceeding to the kingdom of Salwa, dressed in his best royal apparel and accompanied by numerous princes.
Mbh.3.297.14682 And it so happened, O king, that there came to that hermitage a large body of people from Salwa.
Mbh.5.4.105 Let Vrihanta be summoned and king Senavindu, and Vahlika and Mudjakesa and the ruler of the Chedis, and Suparsva, Suvahu; and that great hero, Paurava; and also the kings of the Sakas, the Pahlavas, and the Daradas, and Surari, and Nadija, and king Karnavest, and Nila, and the valiant king Viradharman; and Durjaya, and Dantavakra, and Rukmi, and Janamejaya; and Ashada and Vayuvega, and king Purvapali; and Bhuritejas, and Devaka, and Ekalaya with his sons; and also the kings of the Krausha race, and the valiant Kshemamurti, and the kings of the Kamboja and the Richika tribes, and of the western sea-coast; and Jayatsena and the king of Kashi, and the rulers of the land of the five rivers, and the proud son of Kratha, and the rulers of the mountain regions, and Janaki, and Susarman and Maniman, and Potimatsyaka, and the valiant Dhrishtaketu, and the ruler of the kingdom of Pansu; and Paundra, and Dandadhara, and the brave Vrihatsena; and Aparajita, and Nishada and Srenimat and Vasumat; and Vrihadvala of great strength, and Vahu the conqueror of hostile cities; and the warlike king Samudrasena with his son; and Uddhava, and Kshemaka and king Vatadhana; and Srutayus, and Dridhayus, and the gallant son of Salwa; and the king of the Kalingas, and Kumara, unconquerable in battle.
Mbh.5.161.7260 As regards my army, it is a veritable main with Saradwat's son as its large fish, Vivingsati as its huge snake, Bhishma as its current of immeasurable might, Drona as its unconquerable alligator, Karna and Salwa and Salya its fishes and whirlpools, the ruler of the Kamvojas its equine head emitting fire, Vrihadvala its fierce waves, Somadatta's son its whale, Yuyutsu and Durmarshana its waters, Bhagadatta its gale, Srutayus and Hridika's son its gulfs and bays, Dussasana its current, Sushena and Chitrayuda its water-elephants hippopotamus and crocodile, Jayadratha its submarine rock, Purumitra its depth, and Sakuni its shores!
Mbh.5.176.7838 And having travelled the whole distance between Hastinapura and Salwa's city, she approached king Salwa and said these words, I come, O thou of mighty arms, expectant of thee, O high-souled one!
Mbh.5.176.7846 Hearing these words of his, Amva then, O king, afflicted with the arrows of the god of love, addressed Salwa, saying, Say not so, O lord of the earth, for it is not so!
Mbh.5.176.7857 I tell thee the truth, O Salwa, truly swearing by my soul!
Mbh.5.176.7859 Although she spoke in this strain, Salwa, however, O chief of the Bharatas, rejected that daughter of the ruler of Kasi, like a snake casting off his slough.
Mbh.5.176.7863 Go, go, were the words that Salwa said unto her repeatedly.
Mbh.5.176.7865 Thus addressed by Salwa destitute of foresight, that maiden issued out of his city sorrowfully and wailing like a she-osprey
Mbh.5.177.7868 Alas, destitute of friends, I am rejected by Salwa also!
Mbh.5.177.7869 I cannot go back to the city named after an elephant, for I was permitted by Bhishma to leave that city, expectant of Salwa!
Mbh.5.177.7875 Why did I not leap down before from Bhishma's car, when that fierce battle took place, for coming to Salwa?
Mbh.5.177.7880 Cursed be king Salwa himself and cursed be my creator too!
Mbh.5.177.7887 And that lady of sweet smiles told those ascetics, O Bharata, all that had happened to herself with the minutest details, O mighty-armed one, about her abduction, and her rejection by Salwa'
Mbh.5.177.7894 I do not venture to go back to my relatives, ye ascetics, rejected and cheerless that I am knowing that I have been humiliated by Salwa!
Mbh.5.178.7978 Deliberating on the matter, he, at last, with Satyavati's consent, dismissed this maiden, Permitted thus by Bhishma, this girl gladly repaired to Salwa, the lord of Saubha, and approaching him said, Dismissed I have been by Bhishma.
Mbh.5.178.7981 Salwa, however, rejected her, suspecting the purity of her conduct.
Mbh.5.179.7993 Hearing these words, Amva said, O holy one, abducted I was by Bhishma acting from ignorance, for, O regenerate one, Bhishma knew not that my heart had been given away to Salwa.
Mbh.5.179.8000 If Ganga's son had never taken thee to the city called after the elephant, then, O timid girl, Salwa would have, at Rama's behest, taken thee on his head!
Mbh.5.179.8006 O thou of mighty arms, be it Bhishma or be it king Salwa, punish that man whom thou thinkest to be guilty and through whose act I have been so miserable'
Mbh.5.180.8050 Both Bhishma and Salwa are, O princess, exceedingly obedient to me.
Mbh.5.181.8088 Rejected she hath been by Salwa, because thou, O Bharata, hadst abducted her.
Mbh.7.11.412 Putting forth his prowess, Madhava hurled unto the sea the Daitya city called Saubha, moving in the skies, protected by Salwa, and regarded as impregnable.
Mbh.7.23.1193 Bhimaratha, brother of Duryodhana, with six sharp shafts of great swiftness and made wholly of iron, despatched Salwa along with his steeds and charioteer to Yama's abode.
Mbh.9.20.1254 Then the vast host of the Pandavas, broken by king Salwa, suddenly fled on all sides, unable to endure the impetuosity of that elephant.
Mbh.9.20.1255 Beholding the Pandava host broken and flying away in speed, all the foremost of warriors of thy army worshipped king Salwa and blew their conchs white as the moon.
Mbh.9.20.1258 Beholding the ruler of the Pandavas impetuously rushing against him, Salwa, that lion among kings, quickly urged his elephants, O king, for the destruction of Drupada's son.
Mbh.9.20.1262 Salwa, however, suddenly checking that foremost of elephants which had been exceedingly mangled and forced to retreat, caused it to turn back, and with hooks and keen lances urged it forward against the car of the Pancala king, pointing it out to the infuriate animal.
Mbh.9.20.1268 Meanwhile, king Salwa began to shoot his shafts like the sun shedding his rays on all sides.
Mbh.9.20.1270 Beholding that feat of Salwa, the Pancalas, the Srinjayas, and the Matsyas, O king, uttered loud cries of Oh
Mbh.9.20.1277 While that prince of elephants was falling down, and while the troops of thy son were uttering wails of woe at the sight, that foremost of warriors among the Sinis cut off the head of king Salwa with a sharp and broad-headed arrow.
Mbh.9.20.1278 His head having been cut off by the Satwata hero, Salwa fell down on the Earth along with his prince of elephants, even like a mountain summit suddenly riven by the thunderbolt hurled by the chief of the celestials
Mbh.9.21.1279 SECTION Sanjaya said, After the heroic Salwa, that ornament of assemblies, had been slain, thy army speedily broke like a mighty tree broken by the force of the tempest.
Mbh.13.137.11359 The Salwa prince Dyutimat of great splendour attained to the highest regions by giving his kingdom to Richika.
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