Satyaki

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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.1.2.443 First comes the installation in the command of the army of the great instructor in arms, Drona: then the vow made by that great master of weapons of seizing the wise Yudhishthira in battle to please Duryodhana; then the retreat of Arjuna from the field before the Sansaptakas, then the overthrow of Bhagadatta like to a second Indra in the field, with the elephant Supritika, by Arjuna; then the death of the hero Abhimanyu in his teens, alone and unsupported, at the hands of many Maharathas including Jayadratha; then after the death of Abhimanyu, the destruction by Arjuna, in battle of seven Akshauhinis of troops and then of Jayadratha; then the entry, by Bhima of mighty arms and by that foremost of warriors-in-chariot, Satyaki, into the Kaurava ranks impenetrable even to the gods, in search of Arjuna in obedience to the orders of Yudhishthira, and the destruction of the remnant of the Sansaptakas.
Mbh.1.2.477 All perished on that fatal night except the five Pandavas and the great warrior Satyaki.
Mbh.1.63.3163 And Satyaki and Kritavarma, conversant with the use of weapons possessed of mighty energy, well-versed in all branches of knowledge, and obedient to Narayana in everything and competent in the use of weapons, had their births from Satyaka and Hridika.
Mbh.1.67.3500 And he who was Satyaki of sure aim, that upholder of the pride of Vrishni race, that oppressor of foes, begotten of the portion of gods called the Maruts.
Mbh.1.187.9422 Vrihanta, Manimana, Dandadhara, Sahadeva, Jayatsena, Meghasandhi, Virata with his two sons Sankha and Uttara, Vardhakshemi, Susarma, Senavindu, Suketu with his two sons Sunama and Suvarcha, Suchitra, Sukumara, Vrika, Satyadhriti, Suryadhwaja, Rochamana, Nila, Chitrayudha, Agsuman, Chekitana, the mighty Sreniman, Chandrasena the mighty son of Samudrasena, Jarasandha, Vidanda, and Danda, the father and son, Paundraka, Vasudeva, Bhagadatta endued with great energy, Kalinga, Tamralipta, the king of Pattana, the mighty car-warrior Salya, the king of Madra, with his son, the heroic Rukmangada, Rukmaratha, Somadatta of the Kuru race with his three sons, all mighty chariot-fighters and heroes, viz, Bhuri, Bhurisrava, and Sala, Sudakshina, Kamvoja of the Puru race, Vrihadvala, Sushena, Sivi, the son of Usinara, Patcharanihanta, the king of Karusha, Sankarshana Valadeva, Vasudeva Krishna the mighty son of Rukmini, Samva, Charudeshna, the son of Pradyumna with Gada, Akrura, Satyaki, the high-souled Uddhava, Kritavarman, the son of Hridika, Prithu, Viprithu, Viduratha, Kanka, Sanku with Gaveshana, Asavaha, Aniruddha, Samika, Sarimejaya, the heroic Vatapi Jhilli Pindaraka, the powerful Usinara, all these of the Vrishni race, Bhagiratha, Vrihatkshatra, Jayadratha the son of Sindhu, Vrihadratha, Valhika, the mighty charioteer Srutayu, Uluka, Kaitava, Chitrangada and Suvangada, the highly intelligent Vatsaraja, the king of Kosala, Sisupala and the powerful Jarasandha, these and many other great kings, all Kshatriyas celebrated throughout the world, have come, O blessed one, for thee.
Mbh.1.206.10178 They who have Rama Valadeva as their ally, and Janardana Krishna as their counsellor, and Satyaki as their partisan, have already defeated everybody in war.
Mbh.1.220.10718 And Akrura and Sarana and Gada, and Vabhru, and Nisatha, and Charudeshna, and Prithu, Viprithu, and Satyaka, and Satyaki, and Bhangakara, and Maharava, and Hardikya, and Uddhava, and many others whose names are not given, accompanied by their wives that followed by bands of singers, adorned that mountain-festival.
Mbh.2.2.59 And Krishna in his car soon reached Dwaraka followed by that hero Satyaki.
Mbh.2.4.122 And O king, the princes also of the Vrishni race, viz, Pradyumna the son of Rukmini and Samva, and Yuyudhana the son of Satyaki and Sudharman and Aniruddha and Saivya that foremost of men who had learnt the science of arms under Arjuna these and many other kings, O lord of the Earth, used to wait on Yudhishthira on that occasion.
Mbh.2.14.634 Ahuka hath had a hundred sons, each of whom is almost like a god in prowess, Charudeshna with his brother Chakradeva, Satyaki, myself, Valadeva the son of Rohini, and my son Samva who is equal unto me in battle, these seven, O king are Atirathas.
Mbh.2.52.2183 And Satyaki of unbaffled prowess held the umbrella over the king's head.
Mbh.2.52.2192 And Dhrishtadyumna and Satyaki and the sons of Pandu and Kesava, those eight, endued with strength and prowess and handsome in person, beholding the kings deprived of consciousness and myself in that plight, laughed outright.
Mbh.3.18.910 What also, O Suta, will that lion among men, the grand-son of Sini Satyaki, that great warrior, say on hearing that I have forsaken the fight?
Mbh.3.18.926 Satyaki, and Valadeva, and others of the Vrishni and Andhaka races always boast of me!
Mbh.3.21.1038 And, O hero, hearing of that great misfortune, I mentally censured Satyaki, and Baladeva, and also that mighty pradyumna.
Mbh.3.21.1040 And in a sorrowful heart, I asked myself, Doth that destroyer of foes, the mighty-armed Baladeva, live, and Satyaki, and the son of Rukmini and Charudeshna possessed of prowess, and Shamva and others?
Mbh.3.52.2587 And filled with sorrow at their separation from Arjuna and at the loss of their kingdom, the mighty-armed Bhima among them addressed Yudhishthira, saying, That Bull of the Bharata race, Arjuna, O great king, on whom depend the lives of Pandu's sons, and on whose death the Panchalas as also ourselves with our sons and Satyaki and Vasudeva are sure to die, hath gone away at thy behest.
Mbh.3.120.6115 SECTION CXX Satyaki said, O Rama!
Mbh.3.175.8745 And intent upon thy welfare, he, having Suparna for his mark Krishna, and also the grandson of Sini Satyaki never experience pain, even when engaged in encounter with the gods, O Dharmaraja.
Mbh.4.72.2818 And after the kings had come there from different parts of the country, there came Vasudeva decked in floral garlands, and Halayudha, and Kritavarman, the son of Hridika, and Yuyudhana, the son of Satyaki, and Anadhristi and Akrura, and Samva and Nisatha.
Mbh.5.3.62 SECTION III Satyaki said, Even as a man's heart is, so doth he speak!
Mbh.5.20.867 Others there are tigers among men, equal in might to a thousand Akshauhinis, such as Satyaki and Bhimasena, and the twin brothers of mighty strength.
Mbh.5.22.921 It is wise to yield to Yudhishthira his due share before the war, to him whose steps are followed by Arjuna and Krishna and Bhima and Satyaki and the two sons of Madri and the warriors of the Srinjaya race.
Mbh.5.22.944 That same Satyaki who, I have heard, obtained weapons from Drona and Arjuna and Krishna and Kripa and Bhishma, and who is said to be equal to the son of Krishna, is devotedly attached to the Pandava cause.
Mbh.5.22.971 Thou wilt also enquire about the welfare of all the assembled sons of Pandu and the Srinjayas and Satyaki and Virata and all the five sons of Draupadi, professing to be a messenger from me.
Mbh.5.25.1037 Sanjaya said, I greet Yudhishthira, and Vrikodara and Dhananjaya, and the two sons of Madri, and Vasudeva the descendant of Sura, and Satyaki, and the aged ruler of the Panchalas, and Dhrishtadyumna, the son of Prishata.
Mbh.5.25.1051 Who, even if he were Indra himself with all the gods on his side, would be able to defeat you who are aided by Kesava and Chekitanas, and Satyaki, and are protected by Dhrishtadyumna's arms?
Mbh.5.27.1148 And these persons who are now assisting you, have been always obedient to you, this Krishna, and Satyaki, and Virata of the golden car, of Matsya land, with his son at the head of martial warriors.
Mbh.5.28.1189 This Satyaki, these Chedis, the Andhakas, the Vrishnis, the Bhojas, the Kukuras, the Srinjayas, adopting the counsels of Krishna, slay their foes and delight their friends.
Mbh.5.30.1315 I would also bid farewell to Janardana, to Bhima and Arjuna, to the son of Madri, to Satyaki, and to Chekitana, and take my departure.
Mbh.5.48.2707 We have chosen, for our leader, the dauntless and mighty car-warrior Satyaki, the grandson of Sini, skilled in weapons and having none on earth as his equal.
Mbh.5.48.2714 Indeed, Satyaki is possessed of a knowledge of all those uses of weapons that are said to be of the highest excellence.
Mbh.5.48.2715 When he will behold in battle the golden car of Satyaki of Madhu's race, drawn by four white steeds, then will that wretch of uncontrolled passions, the son of Dhritarashtra, repent.
Mbh.5.53.2978 As regards Satyaki, he acquired in no time the whole science of arms from Arjuna.
Mbh.5.55.3109 The five brothers, with Dhrishtadyumna and Satyaki, these seven warriors of the enemy, O king, are regarded as their chief strength.
Mbh.5.57.3147 Sanjaya said, I have seen Krishna, the foremost of the Andhakas and the Vrishnis, arrived there, and Chekitana, as also Satyaki, otherwise called Yuyudhana.
Mbh.5.57.3164 And Chekitana on his car desireth to encounter Somadatta in single combat with him, while Satyaki is anxious to battle against the Bhoja chief, Kritavarman.
Mbh.5.57.3175 Those that have Yudhishthira for their leader, the slayer of Madhu for their protector, the heroic Savyasachin and Vrikodara for their warriors, and Nakula, and Sahadeva, and Dhrishtadyumna, the son of Prishata, and Satyaki, and Drupada, and Dhrishtaketu with his son, and Uttamaujas, and the unconquerable Yudhamanyu of the Panchalas, and Sikhandin, and Kshatradeva, and Uttara, the son of Virata, and Kasayas, the Chedis, the Matsyas, the Srinjayas, Vabhru the son of Virata, the Panchalas, and the Prabhadrakas, for fighting for them, those, indeed, from whom Indra himself cannot, if they are unwilling, snatch this earth, those heroes, cool and steady, in fight, who can split the very mountains, alas, it is with them that are endued with every virtue and possessed of superhuman prowess that this wicked son of mine, O Sanjaya, desireth to fight, disregarding me even though I am crying myself hoarse'
Mbh.5.61.3313 Thou wilt hear of defeat of the Pandavas and the Matsyas, the Panchalas and the Kekayas, of Satyaki and Vasudeva, at my hands.
Mbh.5.65.3416 That honoured warrior among the Andhakas and the Vrishnis, the irresistible Satyaki, ever engaged in the good of the Pandavas, will also slaughter thy host.
Mbh.5.80.3881 What mortal man is there, of flesh and blood, who would encounter in battle Yudhishthira and Bhimasena, the invincible Vibhatsu and Sahadeva, myself, thyself and Rama, O Kesava, and Satyaki of mighty energy.
Mbh.5.81.3891 Satyaki said, The high-souled Sahadeva, O thou of mighty arms, hath spoken the truth.
Mbh.5.81.3896 And all the heroes, highly applauding those words of Satyaki, praised him, saying, Excellent!
Mbh.5.82.3899 SECTION LXXXII Vaisampayana said, Hearing the peaceful words of the king that were fraught with both virtue and profit, king Drupada's daughter Krishna, of long black tresses, afflicted with great grief, applauding Sahadeva and that mighty car-warrior Satyaki, addressed Madhava seated by his side.
Mbh.5.83.3965 And having touched the tail of a bull and reverently bowed to the Brahmanas, walked round the sacred fire, and cast his eyes on the usual auspicious articles placed in view, Janardana recollected Yudhishthira's word and addressed Sini's grandson Satyaki, seated near, saying, Let my car be made ready and let my conch and discus along with my mace, and quivers and darts and all kinds of weapons, offensive and defensive, be placed on it, for Duryodhana and Karna and Suvala's son are all of wicked souls, and foes, however contemptible, should never be disregarded by even a powerful person.
Mbh.5.83.3976 And taking Satyaki also upon it, that best of male beings set out, filling the earth and the welkin with the rattle of his chariot-wheels.
Mbh.5.94.4405 And Satyaki and Kritavarman and the other mighty car-warriors of the Vrishni race, all rode behind Krishna on cars and steeds and elephants.
Mbh.5.94.4419 And that illustrious hero entered the court, arm-in-arm with Vidura and Satyaki on either side, and overshadowing with his own the splendour of all the Kurus, like the sun overshadowing the radiance of lesser lights in the firmament.
Mbh.5.94.4434 And Dussasana gave an excellent seat to Satyaki, while Vivingsati gave another golden one to Kritavarman.
Mbh.5.95.4464 If with Bhishma, and Drona, and Kripa, and Karna, and Vivingsati, and Aswatthaman, Vikarna, and Somadatta, and Vahlika and the chief of the Sindhus, and the ruler of the Kalingas, and Sudakshina, the king of the Kamvojas, there were Yudhishthira, and Bhimasena and Savyasachin, and the twins, and if Satyaki of mighty energy, and Yuyutsu, that mighty car warrior, are stationed, who is there, O bull of Bharata's race, of such misdirected intelligence that would fight these?
Mbh.5.130.5766 After those sinful men of wicked souls had come to this sinful resolution, highly intelligent Satyaki, capable of reading the heart by signs, soon came to know of it.
Mbh.5.130.5768 And Satyaki addressed Kritavarman, saying, Array the troops soon.
Mbh.5.130.5776 Hearing these words of Satyaki, Vidura, endued with great foresight, said these words unto the mighty-armed Dhritarashtra in the midst of the Kurus, O king, O chastiser of foes, the hour of all thy sons is come, for they are endeavouring to perpetrate a highly infamous act, however incapable they may be of actually accomplishing it.
Mbh.5.131.5838 And arm-in-arm with Satyaki on one side and Hridika's son Kritavarman on the other, and obtaining permission of the Rishis, the slayer of Madhu went out.
Mbh.5.137.6171 And he then dismissed those chiefs among the Kurus with Bhishma at their head who had followed him, and taking Karna upon his chariot, left the Kuru city, accompanied by Satyaki.
Mbh.5.141.6324 Dhrishtadyumna, the prince of the Panchalas, that mighty car-warrior Satyaki, Uttamaujas, Yudhamanyu, the prince of Somakas who is devoted to truth, the ruler of the Chedis, Chekitana, the invincible Sikhandin, the Kekaya brothers, all of the hue of Indragopaka insects, Bhimasena's uncle Kuntibhoja of high soul and possessed of steeds endued with the colours of the rainbow, the mighty car-warrior Syenajit, Sanka the son of Virata, and thyself, O Janardana, like an ocean, great is this assemblage, O Krishna, of Kshatriyas that hath been made by Yudhishthira.
Mbh.5.141.6342 Satyaki will discharge the duties of the chief assistant of the Adhyaryu.
Mbh.5.143.6429 I saw Nakula and Sahadeva and that mighty car-warrior Satyaki, adorned with white bracelets, white cuirasses, white garlands, and white robes.
Mbh.5.151.6761 They are Drupada, and Virata, and Dhristadyumna, and Sikhandin, and Satyaki, Chekitana, and Bhimasena of great energy.
Mbh.5.152.6817 And Anadhrishti, and Chekitana and Dhrishtaketu and Satyaki all marched, surrounding Vasudeva and Dhananjaya.
Mbh.5.153.6828 And Dhrishtadyumna of Prishata's race and that mighty car-warrior of great energy, viz, Yuyudhana, otherwise called Satyaki, measured the ground for the encampment.
Mbh.5.163.7342 And Dhrishtadyumna and Sikhandin and that mighty car-warrior, Satyaki, and the five Kekaya brothers, and the Rakshasa Ghatotkacha, the sons of Draupadi, and Abhimanyu, and king Dhrishtaketu, and Bhimasena, endued with great prowess, and those mighty car-warriors, the twins, jumped up from their seats, their eyes red with anger, tossing their handsome arms decked with red sandal-paste and ornaments of gold.
Mbh.5.171.7726 The brave Satyaki of Madhu's race is a leader of leaders of car-divisions.
Mbh.5.199.8861 And there also was that mighty bowman, Satyaki, the foremost car-warrior of the Vrishnis, that mighty combatant, surrounded by hundreds and thousands of cars and leading them to battle!
Mbh.6.25.1086 And that splendid bowman, the ruler of Kasi and that mighty car-warrior, Sikhandin, Dhrishtadyumna, Virata, and that unvanquished Satyaki, and Drupada, and the sons of Draupadi, and the mighty-armed son of Subhadra, all these, O lord of earth, severally blew their conches.
Mbh.6.45.2203 And the mighty bowman Satyaki rushed against Kritavarman.
Mbh.6.45.2205 And Satyaki afflicted Kritavarman, and Kritavarman afflicted Satyaki, with loud shouts and each weakened the other.
Mbh.6.47.2376 And those were Virata with his son, and Dhrishtadyumna of Prishata's race, and Bhima, the five Kekaya brothers, and Satyaki also, O king.
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.6.47.2413 And upon Subhadra's son and Bhimasena, and that mighty car-warrior Satyaki, and upon the ruler of the Kekayas, and Virata, and Dhrishtadyumna of Prishatas' race, and upon the Chedi troops, the old Kuru grandsire poured showers of arrows
Mbh.6.48.2516 They were Satyaki, and Bhimasena, and Dhrishtadyumna of Prishata's race; and the five Kekaya brothers, and Dhrishtaketu and Abhimanyu of great energy.
Mbh.6.48.2524 And the grandsire of the Bharatas also struck Satyaki, in that combat, with a hundred arrows, and Dhrishtadyumna with twenty and the Kekaya brothers with five.
Mbh.6.50.2628 I also am employed in doing thee good, as also that mighty car-warrior Satyaki and Virata and Drupada, both reverend in years, and Dhrishtadyumna of Prishata's line.
Mbh.6.51.2676 And the ruler of Kasi, and Saivya, and Sikhandin the mighty car-warrior, and Dhrishtadyumna, and Virata, and the mighty car-warrior Satyaki, and that great bowman the king of the Panchalas, and the five sons of Draupadi, all blew their large conches and set up leonine roars.
Mbh.6.52.2705 And then Satyaki, and Virata and Dhrishtadyumna of Prishata's race, and the sons of Draupadi, and Abhimanyu, all surrounded him, proceeding to his support.
Mbh.6.54.2894 There exists nobody on earth, save Bhima and Satyaki, who to the prince of the Panchalas is dearer than his very life.
Mbh.6.54.2901 Dhrishtadyumna and Vrikodara, endued with great energy, beholding Satyaki at a distance, furiously encountered the Kalingas in battle.
Mbh.6.54.2908 Thereupon, Satyaki and Bhimasena and Dhrishtadyumna of Prishata's race, rushed towards that car of Bhima decked with gold.
Mbh.6.54.2916 And Satyaki then from desire of doing what was agreeable to Bhima, felled with his shaft the charioteer of the reverend Kuru grand-sire.
Mbh.6.54.2920 And worshipped by the Panchalas and the Matsyas, O bull of Bharata's race, he embraced Dhrishtadyumna and then approached Satyaki.
Mbh.6.54.2921 And Satyaki, the tiger among the Yadus, of prowess incapable of being baffled, then gladdening Bhimasena, said unto him, in the presence of Dhrishtadyumna, these words.
Mbh.6.56.2986 And next to him were Satyaki, O king, and the five sons of Draupadi.
Mbh.6.57.3026 And so Bhimasena and the Rakshasa Ghatotkacha, and Satyaki, and Chekitana, and the sons of Draupadi, O Bharata, supported by all the kings on their side, began to grind thy troops and thy sons stationed in battle, like the gods grinding the Danavas.
Mbh.6.57.3032 And Arjuna's son Abhimanyu, and Satyaki, both advanced against the forces of Suvala's son.
Mbh.6.58.3039 And the heroic Gandharvas along with Suvala's son with a large force surrounded Satyaki and Abhimanyu.
Mbh.6.58.3041 And in course of that fierce conflict, Satyaki, abandoning that car of his, speedily mounted on Abhimanyu's car, O chastiser of foes.
Mbh.6.63.3417 At that moment, that foremost hero of Sini's race viz, Satyaki of sure aim, fell upon the grandsire, slaying his enemies along the way with his firm bow and causing thy son's army to tremble.
Mbh.6.63.3423 And there was none who was not then cheerless, save Somadatta's son, O king, and Bhurisravas, the son of Somadatta, O Bharata, beholding the car-warriors of his own side driven away, rushed against Satyaki from desire of battle, taking up his bow of fierce impetus
Mbh.6.64.3424 SECTION LXIV Sanjaya said, Then, O king, Bhurisravas, excited with great wrath, pierced Satyaki with nine arrows like the conductor of an elephant piercing an elephant with the iron hook.
Mbh.6.64.3425 Satyaki also, of immeasurable soul, in the very sight of all the troops, pierced the Kaurava warrior with nine shafts.
Mbh.6.64.3427 Similarly the Pandavas also, of great energy, quickly surrounding Satyaki in that battle took up their positions around him.
Mbh.6.69.3742 And in the head was the heroic Satyaki of prowess incapable of being baffled.
Mbh.6.69.3755 Thus addressed in battle by thy son, Drona penetrated into the Pandava array in the very sight of Satyaki.
Mbh.6.69.3756 Then O Bharata, Satyaki checked the son of Bharadwaja, and thereupon ensued a battle that was fierce in its incidents and awful to behold.
Mbh.6.69.3758 And Bhimasena also, excited with rage, pierced Bharadwaja's son with many shafts, desirous of protecting Satyaki, O king, from Drona that foremost of all warriors.
Mbh.6.71.3815 And the Matsyas, O king, engaged with Duryodhana, and Sakuni; and Drupada and Chekitana, and that mighty car-warrior Satyaki engaged in battle with the high-souled Drona aided by his son.
Mbh.6.72.3846 And those invincible warriors, viz, Satyaki and Chekitana, and the mighty son of Subhadra, proceeded against Salya and the Kaikeyas.
Mbh.6.72.3863 Then, O king, in that battle, Satyaki, coming quickly towards Bhishma, pierced thy sire with innumerable keen-edged and sharp-pointed shafts of fierce impetuosity shot from his bowstring drawn to the ear.
Mbh.6.74.3923 SECTION LXXIV Sanjaya said, Then, O king, the mighty-armed Satyaki invincible in battle, drawing in that conflict an excellent bow capable of bearing a great strain shot innumerable winged arrows resembling snakes of virulent poison, displaying his wonderful lightness of hand.
Mbh.6.74.3926 But that great bowman, Satyaki, of prowess incapable of being baffled and possessed of great energy, slew with his celestial weapons all those mighty car-warriors.
Mbh.6.74.3930 Thereupon the combatants that followed Satyaki, unable to bear those shafts of fatal touch, fled away, O king, in all directions, abandoning, O monarch, the invincible Satyaki in that conflict.
Mbh.6.74.3943 Beholding then his mighty sons thus slain in battle, the Vrishni hero Satyaki, O king, uttering a loud roar, rushed against Bhurisravas.
Mbh.6.74.3949 Then Bhimasena, O king, quickly coming up to Satyaki thus armed with an excellent scimitar, took him up on his own car.
Mbh.6.75.3965 And Subhadra's son, and the sons of Draupadi and the Rakshasa Ghatotkacha, and Satyaki, and king Yudhishthira the just, were stationed in its neck.
Mbh.6.82.4290 And the Rakshasa Alamvusha, O king, excited with wrath, rushed in battle against the invincible Satyaki in the midst of his followers.
Mbh.6.83.4348 Then Sikhandin, O King, exceedingly afflicted with those whetted arrows, speedily mounted on the car of Satyaki that high-souled scion of Madhu's race.
Mbh.6.83.4349 Then Satyaki, excited with rage, pierced in that battle, with his terrible shafts the cruel Rakshasa Alamvusha on all sides.
Mbh.6.83.4350 That prince of Rakshasas then, O Bharata, cut off in that combat Satyaki's bow with a crescent-shaped arrow and pierced Satyaki also with many shafts.
Mbh.6.83.4351 And creating by his Rakshasa powers an illusion, he covered Satyaki with showers of arrows.
Mbh.6.83.4355 Thereupon the Rakshasa, thus afflicted by that hero of Madhu's race, fled away in fear, avoiding Satyaki in battle.
Mbh.6.83.4357 And Satyaki, of prowess incapable of being baffled, then began to slay thy troops with innumerable shafts whereupon the latter fled away in fear.
Mbh.6.87.4584 Then Dhrishtadyumna, the prince of the Panchalas, and that mighty car-warrior Satyaki, greatly afflicted the Bharata host with showers of arrows and lances.
Mbh.6.87.4591 Thereupon that mighty car-warrior, viz, the prince of the Panchalas, quickly jumping down from that car of his, mounted without loss of time the car of the high-souled Satyaki.
Mbh.6.87.4605 And similarly Satyaki also, O king, and Dhrishtadyumna, the son of Prishata, surrounding their army, proceeded towards their tents.
Mbh.6.88.4631 At the horns were Bhimasena and that mighty car-warrior, viz, Satyaki, with many thousands of cars as also of horse and infantry.
Mbh.6.90.4725 Dhrishtadyumna and Sikhandin, and the mighty car-warrior Satyaki, accompanied, O king, by their forces, proceeded against Bhishma alone.
Mbh.6.91.4847 And so also the battle fought by that great bowman viz, Satyaki of Satwata's race, was equally fierce.
Mbh.6.97.5145 And Hridika's son Kritavarman and Valhika rushed towards Satyaki.
Mbh.6.100.5342 And Dhrishtadyumna, and Virata, and that mighty car-warrior, viz, Satyaki, these destroyers of hostile ranks, stood, supported by a large force.
Mbh.6.102.5422 What also did Bhima, that foremost of car-warriors, and the Rakshasa Ghatotkacha, and Nakula, and Sahadeva and the mighty car-warrior Satyaki, and Dhananjaya, do with my troops in battle?
Mbh.6.102.5459 Thereupon, like a tiger attacking an elephant, Satyaki, approaching Kripa, pierced him with many whetted shafts from desire of doing what was agreeable to the Pandavas.
Mbh.6.102.5466 Satyaki then, taking up another bow capable of bearing a great strain and slaughtering the foe, struck Drona's son, O king, in the chest and arms with six shafts.
Mbh.6.102.5470 And with another broad-headed arrow, Drona's son in that battle cut off the excellent standard of Satyaki.
Mbh.6.102.5472 And once more, O Bharata, he covered his adversary with a shower of fierce shafts like the clouds, O king covering the Sun after summer is past, Satyaki also, O monarch, baffling that arrowy shower, soon covered the son of Drona with diverse showers of arrows That slayer of hostile heroes, viz, the grandson of Sini, freed from that arrowy shower like the Sun from the clouds, began to scorch the son of Drona with his energy.
Mbh.6.102.5473 Swelling with rage the mighty Satyaki once more covered his foe with a thousand arrows and uttered a loud shout.
Mbh.6.102.5476 Satyaki then, abandoning the mighty car-warrior Aswatthaman, pierced Drona himself in that battle with twenty arrows of exceeding sharpness.
Mbh.6.104.5540 Then the five sons of Draupadi, and the five Kaikeya brothers and Satyaki also of the Satwata race, headed by Yudhishthira, all rushed towards Ganga's son, desirous of protecting the Panchalas headed by Dhrishtadyumna.
Mbh.6.105.5595 The heroic Satyaki, having pierced Kritavarman with five arrows, stayed in battle scattering his arrows by thousands.
Mbh.6.105.5605 Satyaki, having checked Kritavarman in that dreadful battle, fell upon the grandsire and rained on him shafts of diverse kinds
Mbh.6.105.5613 Having cut that dart, that grinder of foes, viz, Ganga's son, excited with wrath and smiling the while struck Satyaki in the chest with nine arrows.
Mbh.6.107.5652 And he pierced Bhima with twelve shafts, and Satyaki with nine.
Mbh.6.107.5656 Him Nakula pierced in return with twelve shafts, and Satyaki with three.
Mbh.6.107.5659 Drona on the other hand, having pierced Satyaki, pierced Bhimasena next.
Mbh.6.109.5914 And those mighty car-warriors, viz, Satyaki and Chekitana, became the protectors of the last.
Mbh.6.109.5932 And Nakula and Sahadeva, and the mighty car-warrior Satyaki, approaching thy army, began to afflict it with great vigour.
Mbh.6.110.5999 And Satyaki, and Chekitana, and the twin sons of Madri, and the valiant Abhimanyu, these also are routing my troops.
Mbh.6.111.6031 Thy son Duryodhana himself resisted Satyaki proceeding to battle.
Mbh.6.112.6075 SECTION CXII Sanjaya said, The mighty bowman Alamvusha the son of Rishyasringa, in that battle, resisted Satyaki clad in mail and proceeding towards Bhishma.
Mbh.6.112.6079 Then that mighty-aimed Rakshasa pierced Satyaki, of prowess incapable of being baffled, with many sharp arrows, and uttered a loud shout.
Mbh.6.112.6083 The ruler of the Pragjyotishas then, with a broad-headed arrow of great sharpness, displaying great lightness of hand, cut off, the large bow of Satyaki.
Mbh.6.112.6087 Sped with the might of Bhagadatta's arm and coursing towards him impetuously, Satyaki, O king, cut that dart in twain by means of his shafts.
Mbh.6.112.6090 And seeing that mighty car-warrior among the Vrishnis thus surrounded, Duryodhana, angrily addressing all his brothers, said, Take such steps, ye Kauravas, that Satyaki may not, in this battle, escape you and this large division of cars, with life.
Mbh.6.113.6183 Satyaki, and Abhimanyu and Dhrishtadyumna, and Vrikodara, and the twins, even these are protecting that ruler of men, viz, king Yudhishthira.
Mbh.6.117.6347 That bull among Brahmanas and chastiser of foes, viz, the son of Drona, excited with wrath in that battle, forcibly struck Satyaki in the chest with fierce arrow.
Mbh.6.117.6349 Aswatthaman then, in that battle, struck Satyaki in return with nine shafts, and once more, quickly, with thirty, in his arms and chest.
Mbh.6.119.6534 Then the king of the Panchalas the valiant Dhrishtaketu, Bhimasena the son of Pandu, Dhrishtadyumna of Prishata's race, the twins Nakula and Sahadeva, Chekitana, and the five Kaikaya brothers, and the mighty-armed Satyaki and Subhadra's son, and Ghatotkacha, and the five sons of Draupadi, and Sikhandin, and the valiant Kuntibhoja, and Susarman, and Virata, these and many other powerful warriors of the Pandava army, afflicted by the shafts of Bhishma, seemed to sink in an ocean of grief, Phalguni, however, rescued them all.
Mbh.6.119.6537 And Satyaki, and Chekitana, and Dhristadyumna of Prishata's race, and Virata, and Drupada, and the twin sons of Madri by Pandu, all protected by that firm bowman viz, Arjuna rushed against Bhishma alone in that battle.
Mbh.6.120.6558 He then pierced the six Pandava warriors, viz, Satyaki, and Bhima, and Dhananjaya the son of Pandu, and Drupada, and Virata, and Dhrishtadyumna of Prishata's race, with many excellent arrows of great sharpness and dreadful whizz and exceeding impetuosity, and capable of piercing through every kind of armour.
Mbh.6.120.6567 They were Satyaki, and Bhimasena, and Dhrishtadyumna of Prishata's race, and both Virata and Drupada, and the Rakshasa Ghatotkacha, and the wrathful Abhimanyu.
Mbh.7.2.77 That force in which are the twins, each resembling Yama himself, that force in which are Satyaki and the son of Devaki, that force is like the jaws of Death.
Mbh.7.2.101 Arjuna, and Vasudeva, and Satyaki, and the Srinjayas, that force, I think, is incapable of being conquered by the kings.
Mbh.7.8.264 And the Kekaya princes, and Bhimasena, and Subhadra's son and Ghatotkacha and Yudhishthira, and the twins Nakula and Sahadeva, and the ruler of the Matsyas, and the son of Drupada, and the five sons of Draupadi, all filled with joy, and Dhrishtaketu, and Satyaki, and the wrathful Chitrasena, and the mighty car-warrior, Yuyutsu, and many other kings, O monarch, who followed the sons of Pandu, all achieved diverse feats in keeping with their lineage and prowess.
Mbh.7.8.289 Then Drona, desirous of the prosperity of thy sons, having thus crushed the divisions of Satyaki, and Bhima, and Dhananjaya and Subhadra's son and Drupada, and the ruler of the Kasi, and having ground many other heroes in battle, indeed, that high-souled warrior, having achieved these and many other feats, and having, O chief of the Kurus, scorched the world like the Sun himself as he rises at the end of the Yuga, proceeded hence, O monarch, to heaven.
Mbh.7.10.374 That warrior who, having crushed the mighty host of the Sauvira king, took for his wife the beautiful Bhoja maiden of symmetrical limbs, that bull among men, viz, Yuyudhana, in whom are always truth and firmness and bravery and Brahmacharya, that warrior gifted with great might, always practising truth, never cheerless, never vanquished, who in battle is equal to Vasudeva and is regarded as his second self, who, through Dhananjaya's instructions, hath become foremost in the use of arrows, and who is equal to Partha himself in weapons, O, what warrior of my army resisted that Satyaki, for keeping him away from Drona?
Mbh.7.10.375 The foremost hero among the Vrishnis, exceedingly brave among all bowmen, equal to Rama himself in knowledge and the use of weapons and in prowess and fame, know, O Sanjaya, that truth and firmness, intelligence and heroism, and knowledge of Brahma, and high weapons, are all in him Satyaki of the Satwata race, as the three worlds are in Kesava.
Mbh.7.10.376 What heroes of my army, approaching that mighty bowman, Satyaki, possessed of all those accomplishments and incapable of being resisted by the very gods, surrounded him?
Mbh.7.14.597 Satyaki, laughing the while, pierced Kritavarman in the centre of the chest with a long arrow.
Mbh.7.14.599 The Bhoja warrior, however, in return, pierced Satyaki with seventy arrows of keen points.
Mbh.7.14.600 Like the swiftly-coursing winds failing to move a mountain, Kritavarman was unable to move Satyaki or make him tremble.
Mbh.7.14.656 Then Virata and Drupada, and Dhristaketu, and Yudhishthira, and Satyaki, and Kekaya, and Bhima, and Dhrishtadyumna, and Sikhandin, and the twins Nakula and Sahadeva, and the five sons of Draupadi, all exclaimed, Excellent!
Mbh.7.16.718 And with Bhima and Karna and Kripa and Drona and Drona's son and Prishata's son and Satyaki, the field of battle looked resplendent like the all-destructive sun that rises at the end of the Yuga.
Mbh.7.16.730 And piercing Sikhandin with twelve arrows, and Uttamaujas with twenty, and Nakula with five, and Sahadeva with seven, and Yudhishthira with twelve, and each of the five sons of Draupadi with three, and Satyaki with five, and the ruler of Matsyas with ten arrows, and agitating the entire host in that battle, he rushed against one after another of the foremost warriors of the Pandavas.
Mbh.7.16.734 Then, Virata and Drupada, and the Kaikeya princes, and Satyaki, and Sivi, and Vyaghradatta, the prince n the Panchalas, and the valiant Singhasena, these, and many others, desirous of rescuing Yudhishthira, surrounded Drona on all sides and impeded his way, scattering countless arrows.
Mbh.7.21.1026 And Satyaki pierced him in that battle with a hundred arrows, and Yudhamanyu with eight.
Mbh.7.21.1036 And having pierced Yudhamanyu with sixty-four arrows and Satyaki with thirty, Drona, of the golden car, quickly approached Yudhishthira.
Mbh.7.21.1043 And supported by the Kurus, Drona, then vanquished Satyaki and Chekitana's son, and Senavindu, and Suvarchas, all these and numerous other kings.
Mbh.7.23.1081 Sanjaya said, Beholding Vrikodara advancing on a car drawn by steeds of dappled hue like: that of the antelope, the brave grandson of Sini Satyaki proceeded, borne by steeds of a silvery hue.
Mbh.7.23.1217 The brothers Kshemadhurti and Vrihanta mangled Satyaki of the Satwata race with their keen arrows, as the latter proceeded against Drona.
Mbh.7.23.1218 The battle between those two on one side and Satyaki on the other became exceedingly wonderful to behold, like that between a lion and two mighty elephants with rent temples in the forest.
Mbh.7.24.1289 His charioteer also, abandoning the large steeds of the Sindhu breed, yoked unto that car, quickly followed Satyaki and stood where the latter stopped.
Mbh.7.29.1502 Taking advantage of an error of Bhimasena of great energy and of heroic Satyaki and Dhrishtadyumna, O monarch, the Kuru leaders fell upon the Pandava Army
Mbh.7.30.1613 Then Dhristadyumna and Bhima and the mighty car-warrior Satyaki, all approached Karna, and each of them pierced in with three straight shafts.
Mbh.7.30.1630 Then Dhrishtadyumna, and Bhima and Subhadra's son, and Arjuna himself, and Nakula, and Sahadeva, began to protect Satyaki in that battle.
Mbh.7.33.1718 And Satyaki, and Chekitana, and Dhrishtadyumna.
Mbh.7.33.1741 Bhima said, I myself will follow thee, and Dhrishtadyumna and Satyaki, and the Panchalas, and the Prabhadrakas.
Mbh.7.38.1932 Seeing that implacable and proud foe of theirs thus vanquished, those mighty car-warriors, viz, the five sons of Draupadi, who had on their banners the images of Yama and Maruta and Sakra and the twin Aswins, and Satyaki, and Chekitana, and Dhrishtadyumna, and Sikhandin, and the Kekayas, and Dhrishtaketu, and the Matsyas, Panchalas, and the Srinjayas, and the Pandavas headed by Yudhishthira, were filled with joy.
Mbh.7.40.1979 Sanjaya said, Yudhishthira and Bhimasena, and Sikhandin and Satyaki, and the twins Nakula and Sahadeva, and Dhrishtadyumna and Virata, and Drupada, and Kekaya, and Dhristaketu, all filled with wrath, and the Matsya warrior, rushed to battle.
Mbh.7.41.2015 And he pierced Satyaki with three arrows, and Vrikodara with eight; and having pierced Dhrishtadyumna.
Mbh.7.41.2025 His bow cut off, Bhimasena then jumping down from that excellent car whose steeds had been slain, mounted on the car of Satyaki, like a lion jumping to the top of a mountain.
Mbh.7.81.3577 Commanded by the king, the man introduced that concourse of heroes, consisting of Virata and Bhimasena and Dhrishtadyumna and Satyaki, and Dhrishtaketu, the ruler of the Chedis, and the mighty car-warriors, Drupada, and Sikhandin, and the twins Nakula and Sahadeva, and Chekitana, and the ruler of the Kalikayas, and Yuyutsu, of Kuru's race, and Uttamaujas of the Panchalas, and Yudhamanyu, and Suvahu, and the five sons of Draupadi.
Mbh.7.82.3642 Thus addressed by Partha, Satyaki, that slayer of hostile heroes, replied saying, So be it'
Mbh.7.83.3694 There where Vrikodara and Arjuna are, and the Vrishni hero, Satyaki, and Uttamaujas of the Panchalas, and the invincible Yudhamanyu, and the irrepressible Dhrishtadyumna, and the unvanquished Sikhandin, the Asmakas, the Kekayas, and Kshatradharman of the Somakas, the ruler of the Chedis, and Chekitana, and Vibhu, the son of the ruler of the Kasi, the sons of Draupadi, and Virata and the mighty car-warrior Drupada, and those tigers among men viz, the twins Nakula and Sahadeva, and the stayer of Madhu to offer counsel, who is there in this world that would fight these, expecting to live?
Mbh.7.84.3740 Who else, indeed, save the Kauravas, would venture to fight with that force which is protected by Krishna and Arjuna, by Satyaki and Vrikodara?
Mbh.7.84.3741 Them that have Arjuna for their warrior, them that have Janardana for their counsellor, them that have Satyaki and Vrikodara for their protectors, what mortal bowman is there that would dare fight with, save the Kauravas and those that are following their lead?
Mbh.7.92.4255 The brave and wrathful Duhsasana, properly supported by his own divisions, angrily proceeded, in that battle, against Satyaki, that foremost of car-warriors.
Mbh.7.93.4284 Thy son Duhsasana, struck Satyaki of Vrishni's race with nine straight shafts of keen points.
Mbh.7.93.4285 Deeply pierced by that strong and great bowman, Satyaki of prowess incapable of being baffled, was partially deprived of his senses.
Mbh.7.94.4333 But soon Satyaki, with four and ten sharp shafts, cut off that fatal arrow of Drona.
Mbh.7.94.4336 Beholding Satyaki to rescue the prince of the Panchalas in the dreadful battle, Drona quickly shot at him six and twenty arrows.
Mbh.7.95.4370 And both endued with great strength, Drona and Satyaki, displaying their lightness of hand in the use of weapons, began to pierce each other with shafts.
Mbh.7.95.4373 Even that bow of his was cut off by Satyaki.
Mbh.7.95.4375 As often, however, as Drona strung his bow, Satyaki cut it off.
Mbh.7.95.4378 The son of Bharadwaja, therefore, mentally applauded the prowess of Satyaki.
Mbh.7.95.4383 Satyaki, however, baffling those weapons with the illusion of his own weapon struck him with some sharp shafts.
Mbh.7.95.4386 Satyaki shot the same weapons that Drona shot.
Mbh.7.95.4389 Beholding that terrible foe-slaughtering Agneya weapon, Satyaki, that mighty bowman, invoked another celestial weapon, viz, the Varuna.
Mbh.7.95.4394 Then king Yudhishthira and Bhimasena, the son of Pandu, and Nakula, and Sahadeva, desirous of protecting Satyaki, and the Matsyas, and the Salweya troops, speedily proceeded towards Drona.
Mbh.7.103.4779 The heroic Vyughradatta resisted that tiger among men, viz, Satyaki making him repeatedly tremble by means of his sharp and keen-pointed shafts.
Mbh.7.104.4850 Vyaghradatta, by means of his straight shafts, made Satyaki invisible with his steeds and driver and standard in the midst of his division.
Mbh.7.104.4854 Endued with great might, invincible Satyaki, that bull among men, with the greatest ease and laughing the while, vanquished them all.
Mbh.7.104.4861 Then Drona filled with rage and rolling his eyes, himself rushed impetuously towards Satyaki, of feats incapable of being baffled
Mbh.7.107.4963 Beholding the Kuru army slaughtered, O sire, by Yuyudhana, Drona himself rushed towards that warrior of unbaffled prowess, called also by the name of Satyaki.
Mbh.7.107.4964 Satyaki pierced that mighty car-warrior, viz, the son of Bharadwaja, thus advancing against him, with five and twenty small arrows.
Mbh.7.107.4967 The long-armed Satyaki then, inflamed with rage like an elephant struck with the hook, pierced Drona with fifty long arrows that resembled flames of fire.
Mbh.7.107.4968 Then Bharadwaja's son, thus quickly pierced in battle by Yuyudhana, pierced carefully exerting Satyaki in return with many arrows.
Mbh.7.107.4970 Thus struck in that battle by the son of Bharadwaja, Satyaki, O monarch, knew not what to do.
Mbh.7.107.4972 Beholding Satyaki thus situated, thy sons and troops, O king, becoming exceedingly cheerful, repeatedly uttered leonine roars.
Mbh.7.107.4973 Hearing that terrible uproar and beholding that hero of Madhu's race thus afflicted, king Yudhishthira, O monarch, addressing all his soldiers, said, That foremost one among the Vrishnis, viz, the brave Satyaki, of prowess incapable of being baffled, is about to be devoured by the heroic Drona, like the sun by Rahu.
Mbh.7.107.4974 Go and rush ye to the spot where Satyaki is battling'
Mbh.7.107.4983 Rescue Satyaki today who is already within the jaws of the Destroyer'
Mbh.7.107.5004 Thinking in this way, with an anxious heart, Ajatasatru, the son of Kunti, said unto him of the Satwata race viz, Satyaki these words in a voice choked with tears.
Mbh.7.107.5007 O bull amongst the Sinis, reflecting within myself, I do not, O Satyaki, see amongst all my warriors one who is a greater well wisher to us than thou art.
Mbh.7.107.5021 Thou, O Satyaki, art the second.
Mbh.7.107.5027 He said, Satyaki is endued with great wisdom, is acquainted with every weapon, is a hero, and is never stupefied in battle.
Mbh.7.107.5028 Of broad neck and broad chest, of mighty arms and broad cheeks, or great strength and great prowess, Satyaki is a high-souled Maharatha.
Mbh.7.107.5031 Even if Kesava and Rama, and Aniruddha, and the mighty car-warrior Pradyumna, and Gada, and Sarana, and Samva, with all the Vrishnis, case themselves in mail for assisting us, O king, in the field of battle, I shall yet appoint that tiger among men viz, Satyaki of unbaffled prowess, for our aid, since there is none equal to him'
Mbh.7.107.5085 O Madhava, There is nothing unachievable by Satyaki'
Mbh.7.108.5099 SECTION CX Sanjaya said, That bull amongst the Sinis, viz, Satyaki, hearing these words o, full affection, agreeable, fraught with sweet sounds, opportune, delightful, and equitable that were uttered by king Yudhishthira the just, replied unto him, O chief of the Bharatas, saying, O thou of unfading glory, I have heard all the words thou hast said, words fraught with justice, delightful, and conducive to fame for the sake of Phalguna.
Mbh.7.109.5160 Reflecting repeatedly on this, Satyaki, that hero invincible in battle, that bull among men, said these words unto king Yudhishthira the just, If thou thinkest that these arrangements will suffice for thy protection, O monarch, I will then do thy bidding and follow Vibhatsu.
Mbh.7.109.5226 After those steeds, adorned with trappings of gold, had been yoked to that car, the younger brother of Daruka, who was the charioteer and the dear friend of Satyaki, came and represented unto the latter that the car had been duly equipped, like Matali representing the equipment of the car unto Vasava himself.
Mbh.7.109.5227 Satyaki then, having taken a bath and purified himself and undergone every auspicious ceremony, gave nishkas of gold unto a thousand Snataka Brahmanas who uttered benedictions upon him.
Mbh.7.109.5228 Blessed with those benedictions Satyaki that foremost of handsome men, that hero worthy of worship, having drunk kairata, honey, shone resplendent, with reddened eyes rolling in intoxication.
Mbh.7.109.5235 Similarly, Bhimasena also, honoured by king Yudhishthira the just, and reverentially saluting the monarch, set out with Satyaki.
Mbh.7.109.5237 Then Satyaki, seeing Bhima cased in mail and following him, saluted that hero and spoke unto him these delightful words.
Mbh.7.109.5238 Indeed, heroic Satyaki, with every limb filled with joy, said unto Bhima, Do thou, O Bhima, protect the king.
Mbh.7.109.5244 Thus addressed by Satyaki, Bhima replied, Go then, for the success of thy object.
Mbh.7.109.5252 Then, O king, Satyaki desirous of seeing Arjuna at the command of king Yudhishthira the just, suddenly dashed against thy troops
Mbh.7.110.5254 Then the son of the king of the Panchalas, viz, the invincible warrior Dhrishtadyumna, the king Vasudana, both loudly exclaimed with the Pandava host, Come, smite quickly, and rush against the foe, so that Satyaki, that warrior invincible battle, in might pass easily through the Kaurava host.
Mbh.7.110.5258 Indeed, they all rushed, saying, We will vanquish those that will endeavour to vanquish Satyaki'
Mbh.7.110.5259 Then a loud uproar was heard about the car of Satyaki.
Mbh.7.110.5266 None amongst thy troops ventured to advance against Satyaki who was displaying such lightness of hand and who showered such clouds of shafts.
Mbh.7.110.5273 Then Satyaki desired to go by that very track by which Dhananjaya had gone before him.
Mbh.7.110.5278 Satyaki, however, O king, in that battle pierced Drona with seven shafts whetted on stone, equipped with golden wings and the feathers of the Kanka and the peacock.
Mbh.7.110.5279 Then Drona, afflicted Satyaki, his steeds and the drivers, with six shafts.
Mbh.7.110.5283 And with another shaft, O sire, Satyaki struck Drona's standard.
Mbh.7.110.5284 Then, Drona speedily covered Satyaki, his car, steeds, driver, and standard, with swiftly coursing shafts, countless in number like a flight of locusts.
Mbh.7.110.5288 Satyaki, hearing these words, answered, At the command of king Yudhishthira the just, I shall follow in the track of Dhananjaya.
Mbh.7.110.5305 Smiting the great host of Karna with whetted arrows, Satyaki penetrated into the vast and limitless army of the Bharatas.
Mbh.7.110.5307 At this, wrathful Kritavarman came forward to resist Satyaki.
Mbh.7.110.5308 The valiant Satyaki striking the advancing Kritavarman with six shafts, quickly slew his four steeds with four other shafts.
Mbh.7.110.5312 Aiming then a calf-toothed shaft resembling a shake of virulent poison and endued With the speed of the wind, and drawing the bow-string, O monarch, to his ear, he pierced Satyaki in the chest.
Mbh.7.110.5314 Then, O king, Kritavarman, that warrior equipped with the highest weapons, shooting many shafts, cut off the bow of Satyaki with arrows fixed thereon.
Mbh.7.110.5315 And excited with rage, he then, in that battle, O king, pierced Satyaki of unbaffled prowess in the centre of the chest with ten shafts of great keenness.
Mbh.7.110.5316 Upon his bow being broken, the foremost of mighty men, viz, Satyaki, hurled a dart at the right arm of Kritavarman.
Mbh.7.110.5318 Having thus shrouded the son of Hridika, O monarch, in that battle, Satyaki cut of, with a broad-headed arrow, the head of his foe's charioteer from his trunk.
Mbh.7.110.5326 Satyaki, however, had by that time, left him behind, while Kritavarman himself now rushed against Bhimasena without pursuing Satyaki.
Mbh.7.110.5327 Thus issuing out of the division of the Bhojas, Satyaki proceeded with great speed towards the mighty division of the Kamvojas.
Mbh.7.111.5383 Beholding Satyaki also entering the host, what step did Duryodhana think suitable to that occasion?
Mbh.7.111.5389 I think, seeing steeds deprived of riders and warriors deprived of cars by Satyaki and Partha, my sons are filled with grief.
Mbh.7.112.5465 At this, Satyaki also became filled with rage.
Mbh.7.112.5468 Then Satyaki pierced the charioteer of his foe and those that protected the latter's rear, with many keen shafts, to afflict his antagonist's forces.
Mbh.7.112.5470 Thereupon, Satyaki of prowess incapable of being baffled, quickly proceeded on his way.
Mbh.7.112.5473 Beholding, however, that army of thine that abounded with cars, steeds, elephants and foot-soldiers, Satyaki once more told his charioteer, That large division which thou seest on left of Drona's host, and which looks dark as the clouds, consists of the elephants of the foe.
Mbh.7.112.5491 Like the continent resisting the surging sea, Satyaki checked that excellent elephant of the ruler of the Magadhas that approached him with such fury.
Mbh.7.112.5495 And then, O Bharata, smiling the while, the heroic ruler of the Magadhas pierced the bowless Satyaki with five keen shafts.
Mbh.7.112.5496 The valiant and mighty-armed Satyaki, however, though pierced with many shafts by Jalasandha, trembled not in the least.
Mbh.7.112.5502 Then Jalasandha, casting aside that bow of his with an arrow fixed thereon, hurled a lance, O sire, at Satyaki.
Mbh.7.112.5505 Satyaki, of prowess incapable of being baffled, struck Jalasandha with thirty keen shafts.
Mbh.7.112.5509 And then Satyaki, that foremost one of Madhu's race, smiling the while, cut off, with a pair of razor-faced arrows, the two arms, decked with ornaments, of Jalasandha.
Mbh.7.112.5511 And then, with a third razor-headed arrow, Satyaki cut off his antagonist's large head endued with beautiful teeth and adorned with a pair of beautiful ear-rings.
Mbh.7.113.5531 And having pierced Rukmangada also that mighty car-warrior, viz, Satyaki, shaking his bow, speedily proceeded against thy son Duryodhana.
Mbh.7.113.5535 And Satyaki, pierced by the Kuru king, looked exceedingly resplendent as blood copiously ran adown his body, like a sandal tree shedding its juicy secretions.
Mbh.7.113.5540 Duryodhana then, taking up another formidable bow, the back of whose staff was decked with gold, speedily pierced Satyaki with a hundred arrows.
Mbh.7.113.5542 Beholding the king thus afflicted, thy sons, those mighty car-warriors, shrouded Satyaki with dense showers of arrows, shot with great force.
Mbh.7.113.5546 And slaying then the four steeds of Duryodhana with four arrows, the illustrious Satyaki felled the king's charioteer with a razor-faced shaft.
Mbh.7.113.5550 Beholding the king thus attacked by Satyaki in battle, and reduced to the position of Soma in the firmament while seized by Rahu, cries of woe arose from every section of the Kuru host.
Mbh.7.113.5555 Then, with his steeds urged to their greatest speed, and on his car duly equipped, Satyaki came upon the ruler of the Bhojas, the foremost of all bowmen.
Mbh.7.113.5558 And skilled in battle, the son of Hridika pierced, with four mighty shafts, the four excellent and well-broken steeds of Satyaki that were of the Sindhu breed.
Mbh.7.113.5562 After this, Satyaki, of prowess incapable of being baffled, speedily pierced Kritavarman's four steeds with three and sixty keen arrows, and his driver also with seven.
Mbh.7.113.5563 Indeed, Satyaki, then aiming another arrow of golden wings, that emitted blazing flames and resembled an angry snake, or the rod of the Destroyer himself, pierced Kritavarman.
Mbh.7.113.5566 That lion-toothed hero of immeasurable prowess, that bull among men, afflicted by Satyaki with his arrows, fell on his knees upon the terrace of his car.
Mbh.7.113.5567 Having thus resisted Kritavarman who resembled the thousand-armed Arjuna of old, or Ocean himself of immeasurable might, Satyaki proceeded onwards.
Mbh.7.114.5574 The son of Bharadwaja always on the alert for an opportunity, then sped in that battle many other arrows of Satyaki which resembled the roar of Indra's thunder.
Mbh.7.114.5576 Beholding that lightness of hand in Satyaki, Drona, O king, smiling the while, suddenly pierced that bull among the Sinis with thirty arrows.
Mbh.7.114.5582 Then Satyaki, inflamed with wrath, struck Drona with nine straight arrows.
Mbh.7.114.5587 Thereupon, the mighty car-warrior Satyaki, excited with wrath, laid aside that, taking up a huge mace, hurled it at the son of Bharadwaja.
Mbh.7.114.5589 Then Satyaki, of prowess incapable of being baffled, took up another bow and pierced the heroic son of Bharadwaja with many arrows whetted on stone.
Mbh.7.114.5595 Indeed, striking him on the right arm, Satyaki, O bull of Bharata's race, afflicted him greatly.
Mbh.7.114.5598 Then, O Monarch, Satyaki, acting as his own driver, achieved a superhuman feat, inasmuch as he continued to fight with Drona and hold the reins himself.
Mbh.7.114.5600 Then Drona, O Bharata, sped at Satyaki five arrows.
Mbh.7.114.5602 Thus pierced with those frightful arrows, Satyaki became inflamed with wrath.
Mbh.7.114.5608 Quickly abandoning Satyaki in that battle, O monarch, all those mighty car-warriors rushed to the place where Drona was.
Mbh.7.114.5609 Beholding those car-warriors run away afflicted with the arrows of Satyaki, thy troops once more broke down and became exceedingly cheerless.
Mbh.7.115.5619 Then that foremost of kings, viz, Sudarsana, conversant with all modes of warfare, clad in golden coat of mail, armed with bow and arrows and filled with rage, advanced against the rushing Satyaki and endeavoured to check his course.
Mbh.7.115.5623 Similarly, Sudarsana, stationed on his foremost of cars, cut off, by means of his own excellent shafts in two or three fragments all the shafts that Satyaki, resembling Indra himself, sped at him.
Mbh.7.115.5627 Similarly, that prince, viz, Sudarsana, aiming four other blazing arrows, smote therewith the four steeds of Satyaki that were white as silver in hue.
Mbh.7.116.5634 SECTION CXVIII Sanjaya said, Then that bull of Vrishni's race, viz, the high-souled Satyaki of great intelligence, having slain Sudarsana, once more addressed his driver, saying, Having forded through the almost unfordable ocean of Drona's division, teeming with cars and steeds and elephants, whose waves are constituted by arrows and darts, fishes by swords and scimitars and alligators by maces, which roar with the whiz of shafts and the clash of diverse weapons, an ocean that is fierce and destructive of life, and resounds with the noise of diverse musical instruments, whose touch is unpleasant and unbearable to warriors of victory, and whose margin is infested with fierce cannibals represented by the force of Jalasandha,
Mbh.7.116.5657 Satyaki said, Like Vasava destroying the Danavas, I shall slay these warriors with shaved heads.
Mbh.7.116.5673 Thereupon, the Yavanas, many in number and endued with lightness of hands, approaching unretreating Satyaki, covered him with showers of arrows.
Mbh.7.116.5674 The rushing Satyaki, however, O king, cut off by means of his own straight arrows, all those shafts and weapons of the Yavanas.
Mbh.7.116.5678 Struck by the brave Satyaki in that battle, the Mlecchas began to fall down on the earth in hundreds, deprived of life.
Mbh.7.116.5680 Thousands of Kamvojas, and Sakas, and Barbaras, were similarly slain by Satyaki.
Mbh.7.116.5686 Routing the invincible Kamvoja host in battle, O Bharata, as also that host of the Yavanas and that large force of the Sakas, that tiger among men who had penetrated into thy army, viz, Satyaki, of prowess incapable of being baffled, crowned with victory, urged his charioteer, saying, Proceed'
Mbh.7.117.5690 Like a hunter slaying deer, that tiger among men, Satyaki, endued with beautiful teeth, clad in excellent armour, and owning a beautiful standard, slew the Kaurava troops and inspired them with fear.
Mbh.7.117.5695 Indeed, after he had passed through Drona's division, and the unfordable division of the Bhojas, after he had forded through the sea of Jalasandha's troops as also the host of the Kamvojas, after he had escaped the alligator constituted by Hridika's son, after he had traversed those ocean-like host, many car-warriors of thy army, excited with wrath, surrounded Satyaki.
Mbh.7.117.5696 And Duryodhana and Chitrasena and Duhsasana and Vivinsati, and Sakuni and Duhsaha, and the youthful Durdharshana, and Kratha, and many other brave warriors well-conversant with weapons and difficult of defeat, wrathfully followed Satyaki from behind as he proceeded onwards.
Mbh.7.117.5703 While saying these words unto his charioteer, those combatants from desire of battle, speedily came before Satyaki of immeasurable prowess.
Mbh.7.117.5705 Of those brave warriors that said these words, Satyaki, by means of his sharp arrows, slew three hundred horsemen and four hundred elephants.
Mbh.7.117.5706 The passage at arms between those united bowmen on the one side and Satyaki on the other was exceedingly fierce, resembling that between the gods and the Asuras in days of old.
Mbh.7.117.5710 Exceedingly wonderful, O king, was the sight that I witnessed there, viz, that not an arrow even, O lord, of Satyaki failed in effect.
Mbh.7.117.5711 That sea of troops, abounding in cars and elephants and steeds, and full of waves constituted by foot-soldiers, stood still as soon as it came in contact with the Satyaki continent.
Mbh.7.117.5712 That host consisting of panic-stricken combatants and elephants and steeds, slaughtered on all sides by Satyaki with his shafts repeatedly turned round, and wandered hither and thither as if afflicted with the chilling blasts of winter.
Mbh.7.117.5714 Not even Phalguna, O king, had caused such a carnage there as Satyaki, O monarch, then caused among those troops.
Mbh.7.117.5717 And he pierced Satyaki himself with three arrows and once again with eight.
Mbh.7.117.5720 And Duhsasana pierced Satyaki in the chest with five and ten arrows.
Mbh.7.117.5727 Thy brother-in-law Sakuni then, O king, taking up another bow, pierced Satyaki with eight arrows and once more with five.
Mbh.7.117.5729 And Durmukha, O king, pierced Satyaki with a dozen shafts.
Mbh.7.117.5731 Then Satyaki pierced each of those brave and mighty car-warriors vigorously contending in battle together with five shafts in return.
Mbh.7.117.5735 Beholding that host fly away, O Bharata, Satyaki covered it with showers of keen shafts whetted on stone and equipped with wings of gold.
Mbh.7.117.5736 Routing all thy combatants counting by thousands, Satyaki, O king, proceeded towards the car of Arjuna.
Mbh.7.118.5741 How, indeed, could Satyaki of world-wide renown pass through them in battle?
Mbh.7.118.5747 Vanquishing in battle Drona himself who skilled in weapons and conversant with all modes of warfare, Satyaki will slay my sons, like a lion slaying smaller animals.
Mbh.7.118.5755 Five hundred other warriors, O king, similarly rushed against Satyaki.
Mbh.7.118.5757 Duhsasana, O Bharata, urging all those warriors, saying, Slay him, surrounded Satyaki therewith.
Mbh.7.118.5762 And Satyaki slew, O monarch, many foremost of steeds of the Vanayu, the mountain, the Kamvoja and the Valhika breeds.
Mbh.7.118.5767 Satyaki is ignorant of this mode of warfare.
Mbh.7.118.5770 Rush ye at Satyaki.
Mbh.7.118.5772 Satyaki will not be able to approach you'
Mbh.7.118.5776 Then, Satyaki, aiming at those warriors rushing at him from desire of fighting with stones, sped at them showers of keen shafts.
Mbh.7.118.5780 And once more a full thousand, and again a hundred thousand, amongst others, fell down without being able to approach Satyaki, their arms with stones still in grasp cut off by him.
Mbh.7.118.5781 Indeed, Satyaki slew many thousands of those warriors fighting with stones.
Mbh.7.118.5783 Then many of them, returning to the fight, hurled at Satyaki showers of stones, And armed with swords and lances many Daradas and Tanganas and Khasas and Lampakas and Pulindas, hurled their weapons at him.
Mbh.7.118.5784 Satyaki however, well-conversant with the application of weapons, cut off those stones and weapons by means of his shafts.
Mbh.7.118.5787 The small remnant of the elephants that had attacked Satyaki, covered with blood, their heads, and frontal globes split open, then fled away from, Yuyudhana's car.
Mbh.7.118.5797 Should we stay here to meet the advancing Pandava, or should we proceed towards Satyaki?
Mbh.7.118.5798 As regards Satyaki, he is now far ahead of us'
Mbh.7.119.5816 Having thyself provoked such fierce hostilities with the Panchalas and the Pandavas, why art thou afraid in battle in the presence of Satyaki alone?
Mbh.7.119.5828 The shafts of Satyaki, frightened by which thou seekest safety in flight, are scarcely equal to those of Phalguna in battle that resemble the sun or fire in splendour.
Mbh.7.119.5838 Go quickly on thy car to the spot where Satyaki is.
Mbh.7.119.5840 For the sake of thy own self, fight in battle with Satyaki, of prowess incapable of being baffled'
Mbh.7.119.5842 Feigning not to have heard the words of Bharadwaja's son, Duhsasana proceeded to the place where Satyaki was.
Mbh.7.119.5843 Accompanied by a large force of unretreating Mlecchas, and coming upon Satyaki in battle, Duhsasana fought vigorously with that hero.
Mbh.7.120.5893 Having pierced Satyaki with sixty arrows and once more with sixteen, he failed to make that hero tremble, for the latter stood it, battle, immovable as the Mainaka mountain.
Mbh.7.120.5895 Beholding the Kaurava coming to battle, Satyaki of mighty arms rushed towards him and shrouded him with his shafts.
Mbh.7.120.5897 After they had fled away, O monarch, thy son Duhsasana, O king, remained fearlessly in battle and began to afflict Satyaki with arrows.
Mbh.7.120.5898 And piercing the four steeds of Satyaki with four arrows, his charioteer with three, and Satyaki himself with a hundred in that battle, Duhsasana uttered a loud roar, Then, O monarch, Madhava, inflamed with rage, soon made Duhsasana's car and driver and standard and Duhsasana himself invisible by means of his straight arrows.
Mbh.7.120.5899 Indeed, Satyaki entirely shrouded the brave Duhsasana with arrows.
Mbh.7.120.5911 Then Duhsasana, O Bharata, smiling the while, pierced Satyaki, O monarch, with three arrows, and once more with five.
Mbh.7.120.5914 Satyaki, however, O king, cut off, with his shafts, equipped with Kanka feathers, that fierce dart Of thy son.
Mbh.7.120.5915 Then, O ruler of men, then, thy son, taking up another bow, pierced Satyaki with some arrows and uttered a loud roar.
Mbh.7.120.5916 Then Satyaki excited with wrath, stupefying thy son in that battle, struck him in the centre of the chest with some shafts that resembled flames of fire.
Mbh.7.120.5918 Duhsasana, however, pierced Satyaki in return with twenty arrows.
Mbh.7.120.5919 Then, the highly-blessed Satyaki, O monarch, pierced Duhsasana in the centre of the chest with three straight arrows.
Mbh.7.120.5922 Acquainted as he was with highest weapons, Satyaki, then, with a couple of broad-headed shafts, cut off Duhsasana's standard and the wooden shafts of his car.
Mbh.7.120.5927 Then, O lord, Satyaki, having thus vanquished Duhsasana, quickly proceeded, O king, along the track by which Dhananjaya had gone before him
Mbh.7.121.5928 SECTION CXXII Dhritarashtra said, Were there, O Sanjaya, no mighty car-warriors in that army of mine who could slay or resist that Satyaki while he proceeded towards Arjuna?
Mbh.7.121.5930 Or, perhaps, the track by which Satyaki proceeded was empty?
Mbh.7.121.5944 And they continued, If Satyaki and Arjuna be slain, Kurus will have achieved their objects, and ourselves shall be defeated.
Mbh.7.121.5949 In that fierce and terrible battle, Satyaki having vanquished all the combatants proceeded towards Arjuna.
Mbh.7.121.5979 Thus progressed the battle between Satyaki and thy men in the midst of thy army.
Mbh.7.121.5981 Thus, indeed, O lord of the earth, continued that carnage on the earth, when Arjuna and Drona and the mighty car-warrior Satyaki were all excited with wrath
Mbh.7.123.6069 Not seeing that tiger among men viz, the ape-bannered Arjuna, and not hearing also the twang of Gandiva, the monarch became filled with anxiety, not seeing Satyaki also, that foremost of car-warriors among the Vrishnis, king Yudhishthira the Just became equally anxious.
Mbh.7.123.6072 Sini's grandson Satyaki, of true prowess, that dispeller of the fears of friends, hath been sent by me in the track of Phalguna.
Mbh.7.123.6074 I should have tidings of both Satyaki and Dhananjaya, the son of Pandu.
Mbh.7.123.6075 Having despatched Satyaki to follow in the track of Arjuna, whom shall I now send in the track of Satyaki?
Mbh.7.123.6077 They will say that, Yudhishthira, the son of Dharma, having enquired after his brother, leaves Satyaki of Vrishni's race, that hero of unfailing prowess, to his fate'
Mbh.7.123.6079 The love I bear to the Vrishni hero, to that invincible warrior of the Satwata race, viz, Satyaki, is not less than the love I bear to Arjuna, that slayer of foes.
Mbh.7.123.6090 If Bhimasena, the son of Pandu, proceedeth hence to Satyaki, both Satyaki and Phalguna will derive real aid.
Mbh.7.123.6091 Without doubt, I should not feel any anxiety for Satyaki and Phalguna.
Mbh.7.123.6094 I shall, therefore, set Bhima to follow in the wake of Satyaki.
Mbh.7.123.6095 Having done this, I should regard my arrangements complete for the rescue of Satyaki'
Mbh.7.123.6120 Satyaki hath followed in the wake of that other mighty car-warrior, with thy brother.
Mbh.7.123.6121 Without seeing Satyaki also, I am stupefied by grief.
Mbh.7.123.6122 Therefore, O son of Kunti, go thither, where Dhananjaya is and Satyaki also of mighty energy, if, of course, thou thinkest it thy duty to obey my words, O thou that art acquainted with duty'
Mbh.7.123.6124 Thou shouldst think Satyaki to be dearer to thee than Arjuna himself.
Mbh.7.123.6125 O son of Pritha, Satyaki hath gone, from desire of doing good to me, in the track of Arjuna, a track that is incapable of being trod by persons of vile souls.
Mbh.7.123.6126 Beholding the two Krishnas and Satyaki also of the Satwata race sound and whole, send me a message, O son of Pandu, by uttering a leonine roar
Mbh.7.124.6133 Indeed, O son of Prishata, I should never place my going to Arjuna and Satyaki above my duty of protecting the king.
Mbh.7.124.6136 I should, in complete truthfulness, act according to the words of my brother Arjuna and of Satyaki endued with great intelligence.
Mbh.7.125.6248 Passing through the Bhoja division and that of the Kamvojas also, and countless tribes of Mlecchas too, who were all accomplished in fight, and beholding that mighty car-warriors, Satyaki, engaged in fight, Bhimasena, the son of Kunti, O monarch proceeded resolutely and with great speed, desirous of having a sight of Dhananjaya.
Mbh.7.125.6260 By good luck, the heroic Satyaki also, of prowess incapable of being baffled, is safe and sound.
Mbh.7.126.6286 I do not fear Arjuna so much, or Krishna so much, or Satyaki so much, or him viz, Dhrishtadyumna so much who was born of the sacrificial fire, as I fear Bhima.
Mbh.7.127.6325 With eyes red in wrath, thy son addressed the preceptor and said, O grinder of foes, Arjuna and Bhimasena, and unvanquished Satyaki, and many mighty car-warriors, defeating all our troops, have succeeded in approaching the ruler of the Sindhus.
Mbh.7.127.6327 O giver of honours, how hast thou been transgressed by both Satyaki and Bhima?
Mbh.7.132.6588 Indeed, neither Partha, nor the Panchalas, nor Kesava, nor Satyaki, when excited with wrath in battle, shows the least regard for his life.

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