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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.7.133.6651 Gladdening Partha himself and the illustrious Kesava, Satyaki and the two protectors of two wheels of Arjuna's car, Bhima fought even thus with Karna.
Mbh.7.137.6880 Thou art skilled in narration, O Sanjaya, tell me truly how the Vrishni hero Satyaki fought, who striving resolutely for Dhananjaya's sake, alone entered in rage the vast force, disturbing and agitating it repeatedly, like an elephant plunging into a lake overgrown with lotuses'
Mbh.7.137.6884 Then that foremost of kings, viz, Alamvusha, full of rage, never retreating from battle, armed with bow, and clad in a golden coat of mail rushing quickly, impeded the progress of Satyaki, that foremost warrior of Madhu's race.
Mbh.7.137.6887 Then that foremost of kings, viz, Alamvusha forcibly pierced Satyaki with ten arrows.
Mbh.7.137.6889 And once more, Alamvusha struck Satyaki with three sharp arrows equipped with beautiful wings, blazing as fire, and shot from his bow drawn to the ear.
Mbh.7.137.6891 Having pierced Satyaki's body with those sharp and blazing arrows, endued with the force of fire or the wind, Alamvusha forcibly struck the four steeds of Satyaki, white as silver, with four other arrows.
Mbh.7.137.6898 That foremost one among the Satwatas, that hero, viz, Satyaki also, resisted them all with showers of arrows.
Mbh.7.137.6900 Then, Arjuna and Krishna, beholding that foremost of men, viz, Satyaki in that battle, became filled with joy'
Mbh.7.138.6901 SECTION CXL Sanjaya said, Then the great bowmen of the Trigarta country owning standards, adorned with gold, encompassed on all sides the mighty-armed Satyaki, that warrior who accomplished with great activity everything that demanded accomplishment and who, having penetrated into that host, unlimited as the sea, was rushing against Duhsasana's car from desire of Dhananjaya's success.
Mbh.7.138.6903 Having penetrated into the midst of the Bharata army which resembled a shoreless sea, and which, filled with the sound of palms abounded with swords and darts and maces, Satyaki, of prowess incapable of being baffled, alone vanquished his foes, those fifty Trigarta princes shining brilliantly in that battle.
Mbh.7.138.6907 Beholding that conduct of Satyaki, endued with the sportive tread of the lion, the Trigarta warriors, unable to bear his prowess fled away towards the division of their own countrymen.
Mbh.7.138.6908 Then the brave warriors of the Surasenas endeavoured to check Satyaki, striking him with showers of shafts, like a driver striking an infuriated elephant with the hook.
Mbh.7.138.6909 The high-souled Satyaki struggled with them for a short space of time and then that hero of inconceivable prowess began to fight with the Kalingas.
Mbh.7.138.6910 Transgressing that division of the Kalingas which was incapable of being crossed, the mighty-armed Satyaki approached the presence of Dhananjaya, the son of Pritha.
Mbh.7.138.6915 Inflicting terrible injuries upon the Kaurava warriors, Satyaki, who is dear to thee as life, cometh towards thee, O Kiritin!
Mbh.7.138.6916 Having with his shafts crushed Drona himself and Kritavarman of the Bhoja race, this Satyaki cometh to thee, O Phalguna!
Mbh.7.138.6917 Intent on Yudhishthira's good, having slain many foremost of warriors, the brave Satyaki, skilled in weapons, is coming to thee, O Phalguna!
Mbh.7.138.6918 Having achieved the most difficult feat in the midst of the Kaurava troops, the mighty Satyaki, desirous of obtaining thy sight cometh to thee, O son of Pandu!
Mbh.7.138.6919 Having on a single car fought in battle many mighty car-warriors with the preceptor Drona on their head, Satyaki cometh to thee, O Partha!
Mbh.7.138.6920 Despatched by Dharma's son, this Satyaki cometh to thee, O Partha, having pierced through the Kaurava army, relying on the might of his own arms.
Mbh.7.138.6921 Invincible in battle, that Satyaki, who hath no warrior amongst the Kauravas equal to him, is coming to thee, O son of Kunti!
Mbh.7.138.6922 Having slain, countless warriors, this Satyaki cometh to thee, O Partha, freed from amid the Kaurva troops, like a lion from amid a herd of kine.
Mbh.7.138.6923 Having strewn the earth with the faces, beautiful as the lotus, of thousands of kings, this Satyaki is coming to thee, O Partha!
Mbh.7.138.6924 Having vanquished in battle Duryodhana himself with his brothers, and having slain Jalasandha, Satyaki is coming quickly.
Mbh.7.138.6925 Having caused a river of blood for its mire, and regarding the Kauravas as straw, Satyaki cometh towards thee'
Mbh.7.138.6926 The son of Kunti, without being cheerful, said these words unto Kesava, The arrival of Satyaki, O mighty-armed one, is scarcely agreeable to me.
Mbh.7.138.6928 Now that he is separated from Satwata, I doubt whether he is alive; O mighty-armed one, this Satyaki should have protected the king.
Mbh.7.138.6932 There, Bhurisravas is proceeding against Satyaki in battle.
Mbh.7.138.6934 I should know how the ling is and I should also protect Satyaki.
Mbh.7.138.6937 As regards the mighty-armed Satyaki, he is tired; his weapons also have been exhausted.
Mbh.7.138.6941 Having crossed the very ocean, will Satyaki of unbaffled prowess, will that bull amongst the Sinis, of great energy, succumb, obtaining before him the vestige of a cow's foot
Mbh.7.138.6942 Encountering that foremost one amongst the Kurus, viz, the high-souled Bhurisravas, skilled in weapons, will Satyaki have good fortune?
Mbh.7.138.6944 Casting of all fear of the preceptor, he hath despatched Satyaki from away his side.
Mbh.7.139.6975 And those two chastisers of foes, viz, Bhurisravas and Satyaki, poured upon each other dense showers of arrows like two masses of clouds.
Mbh.7.139.6977 Having pierced Satyaki with ten shafts, Somadatta's son sped many other keen shafts at that bull amongst the Sinis, from a desire of compassing his destruction.
Mbh.7.139.6978 Satyaki, however, O lord, cut off, with the power of his weapons, all those keen shafts of Bhurisravas, O king, in the welkin, before, in fact, any of them could reach him.
Mbh.7.139.6984 Indeed, Satyaki and Somadatta's son continued to cover each other with their arrowy showers in the sight of the Dhartarashtras filled with joy.
Mbh.7.139.7001 When Satwata's weapons were exhausted during his engagement with Bhurisravas, Vasudeva said unto Arjuna, Behold that foremost of all bowmen, viz, Satyaki, engaged in battle, deprived of car.
Mbh.7.139.7006 Then that warrior invincible in battle, viz, Bhurisravas, excited with wrath, vigorously struck Satyaki, O king, like an infuriated elephant striking an infuriated compeer.
Mbh.7.139.7010 O Arjuna, protect Satyaki, thy heroic disciple.
Mbh.7.139.7014 While Dhananjaya the son of Pandu was thus speaking, loud cries of oh and alas arose among the troops, O bull of Bharata's race, since the mighty-armed Bhurisravas, exerting vigorously struck Satyaki and brought him down upon the ground.
Mbh.7.139.7016 Then Bhurisravas in that encounter, drawing his sword from the scabbard, seized Satyaki by the hair of his head and struck him at the chest with his feet.
Mbh.7.139.7021 O Partha, since Bhurisravas is thus prevailing over the Vrishni hero, Satyaki, of prowess incapable of being baffled, the very name of the latter is about to be falsified
Mbh.7.139.7022 Thus addressed by Vasudeva the mighty-armed son of Pandu, mentally worshipped Bhurisravas in that battle, saying, I am glad that, Bhurisravas, that enhancer of the fame of the Kurus, is dragging Satyaki in battle, as if in sport.
Mbh.7.139.7023 Without slaying Satyaki that foremost one among the heroes of the Vrishni race, the Kuru warrior is only dragging him like a mighty lion in the forest dragging a huge elephant'
Mbh.7.139.7024 Mentally applauding the Kuru warrior thus, O king, the mighty-armed Arjuna, the son of Pritha, replied unto Vasudeva, saying, My eyes having rested upon of the Sindhus, I could not, O Madhava, see Satyaki.
Mbh.7.140.7030 The Kuru warrior, beholding himself incapacitated by Partha abandoned his hold on Satyaki and wrathfully reproved the son of Pandu'
Mbh.7.140.7054 Why, then, should I not protect Satyaki, my disciple and dear kinsman, who is fighting for our sake in this battle, regardless of life itself, that is so difficult of being laid down
Mbh.7.140.7055 Invincible in fight, Satyaki, O king, is my right arm in battle.
Mbh.7.140.7058 If I had calmly beheld Satyaki on the point of being slain in great battle and had not interfered for saying him, sin would, then, owing to Satyaki's death, have been mine, for such negligence!
Mbh.7.140.7059 Why then dost thou become angry with me for my having protected Satyaki?
Mbh.7.140.7064 Having fought with many and vanquished many mighty car-warriors, Satyaki had been tired.
Mbh.7.140.7066 Having, under such circumstances, vanquished the mighty car-warrior, Satyaki, and brought him under thy control, thou soughtest to display thy superiority.
Mbh.7.140.7068 hadst desired to cut off, with thy sword, the head of Satyaki in battle.
Mbh.7.140.7069 I could not possibly behold with indifference Satyaki reduced to that strait
Mbh.7.140.7081 That I have cut off thy arm while thou, well-armed in battle, wert on the point of slaying the unarmed Satyaki, is not all contrary to morality.
Mbh.7.140.7090 Indeed, Satyaki desired to slay the sinless Bhurisravas, the eldest brother of Sala, that giver of plenty in sacrifices who was staying with his, senses withdrawn from battle, who had already been almost slain by the son of Pandu, who was sitting with his arm lopped off and who resembled on that account a trunkless elephant.
Mbh.7.140.7092 But deprived of reason, and forbidden by Krishna and the high-souled Partha, Bhima, and the two protectors of the two wheels of Arjuna's car, viz, Yudhamanyu and Uttamaujas, and Aswatthaman, and Kripa and Karna, and Vrishasena, and the ruler of the Sindhus also, and while the soldiers were yet uttering shouts of disapproval, Satyaki stew Bhurisravas while in the observance of his vow.
Mbh.7.140.7093 Indeed, Satyaki, with his sword, cut off the head of the Kuru warrior who had been deprived of his arm by Partha and who was then sitting in Praya for freeing his soul from the body.
Mbh.7.140.7094 The warriors did not applaud Satyaki for that act of his in slaying that perpetuator of Kuru's race who had before been almost slain by Partha.
Mbh.7.140.7102 The Creator had ordained Satyaki to be the cause of Bhurisrava's death in battle'
Mbh.7.140.7103 Satyaki said, Ye sinful Kauravas, wearing the outward garment of righteousness, ye tell me, in words of virtue, that Bhurisravas should not be slain.
Mbh.7.140.7116 Sanjaya continued, After Satyaki had said these words, none amongst the Pandavas and the Kauravas, O king, said anything.
Mbh.7.141.7121 SECTION CXLIII Dhritarashtra said, Unvanquished by Drona, and Radha's son and Vikarna and Kritavarman, how could the heroic Satyaki, never before checked in battle, having after his promise to Yudhishthira crossed the ocean of the Kaurava troops, being humiliated by the Kuru warrior Bhurisravas and forcibly thrown on the ground'
Mbh.7.144.7477 Seeing the son of Radha thus rushing towards Arjuna the two Panchala princes and Satyaki suddenly rushed towards him.
Mbh.7.144.7478 The mighty car-warrior, Partha, beholding the son of Radha advancing, smilingly addressed the son of Devaki and said, Yonder cometh the son of Adhiratha against the car of Satyaki.
Mbh.7.144.7482 Thus addressed by Savyasachin, the mighty-armed Kesava, endued with great energy, replied in these opportune words, The mighty-armed Satyaki is singly a match for Karna, O son of Pandu!
Mbh.7.144.7489 Dhritarashtra said, Tell me, O Sanjaya, how the battle took place between the heroic Karna and Satyaki of the Vrishni race, after the fall of Bhurisravas and of the ruler of the Sindhus.
Mbh.7.144.7490 Satyaki had been carless, upon what car then was he mounted?
Mbh.7.144.7494 Before even the encounter, Krishna knew it in his heart that the heroic Satyaki would be vanquished by the stake-bannered Bhurisravas.
Mbh.7.144.7501 Beholding Satyaki carless and Karna ready for battle Madhava blew his conch of loud blare in the Rishabha note
Mbh.7.144.7504 Ascending upon the car which resembled a celestial vehicle and unto which were yoked those foremost of steeds, capable of going everywhere at will, viz, Saivya and Sugriva and Meghapushya and Valahaka, and which were adorned with trappings of gold, Satyaki rushed against the son of Radha, scattering countless shafts.
Mbh.7.144.7514 Indeed, Karna ground the grandson of Sini with his arrowy downpours, unable to put up with the slaughter by Satyaki of the Kuru hero, Jalasandha.
Mbh.7.144.7516 Beholding him filled with rage, Satyaki pierced him in return, shooting dense showers of arrows, like an elephant piercing with his tusks a rival elephant.
Mbh.7.144.7525 Indeed, when the heroic Karna was made carless by Satyaki, cries of Oh and Alas arose, among all thy troops.
Mbh.7.144.7527 After Karna hath been made carless, thy brave sons, headed by Duhsasana, O king, were not slain by the self-restrained Satyaki because the latter wished not to falsify the vow made by Bhimasena.
Mbh.7.144.7528 Desirous also of not falsifying the vow formerly made by Partha about the slaughter of Karna, Satyaki simply made those warriors carless and weakened them exceedingly, but did not deprive them of life.
Mbh.7.144.7530 Although all those warriors headed by Karna made strong efforts for slaying Satyaki, yet those foremost of car-warriors, failed to slay him.
Mbh.7.144.7531 Drona's son and Kritavarman and other mighty car-warriors, as also hundreds of foremost Kshatriyas, were all vanquished by Satyaki with only one bow.
Mbh.7.144.7533 Indeed, Satyaki, that crusher of foes, is equal to either of the two Krishnas in energy.
Mbh.7.144.7535 In this world, there are only three mighty bowmen, viz, Krishna, Partha, and Satyaki.
Mbh.7.144.7537 Dhritarashtra said, Ascending on the invincible car of Vasudeva that had Daruka for its driver, Satyaki, proud of the might of his arms and equal in battle unto Vasudeva himself, made Karna carless.
Mbh.7.144.7538 Did Satyaki ride any other car after his encounter with Karna was over?
Mbh.7.144.7541 I regard Satyaki to be endued with unbearable prowess.
Mbh.7.144.7544 The intelligent younger brother of Daruka soon brought unto Satyaki another car, duly equipped with all necessaries.
Mbh.7.144.7557 Satyaki and Arjuna also have slain hundreds of heroes with Bhimasena as their foremost, and Bhagadatta also, O sire!
Mbh.7.146.7682 Then Bhima, O king, and the mighty car-warrior Satyaki, both mangled with shafts, saluted their senior.
Mbh.7.147.7721 Behold that mighty bowman, Jalasandha, slain by Satyaki.
Mbh.7.151.7893 Sanjaya said, Having slain the ruler of the Sindhus in the evening, Partha, after his meeting with Yudhishthira and the great bowman, viz, Satyaki, both proceeded towards Drona.
Mbh.7.153.7996 SECTION CLV Sanjaya said, After his son Bhurisravas had been slain by Satyaki while the former was sitting in Praya, Somadatta, filled with rage, said unto Satyaki these words, Why, O Satwata, having abandoned those Kshatriya duties ordained by the high-souled gods, hast thou betaken thyself to the practices of robbers?
Mbh.7.153.7998 Two persons, indeed, among the Vrishnis are reputed to be the foremost of great car-warriors, viz, Pradyumna of mighty energy and thou also, O Satyaki!
Mbh.7.153.8005 Then Satyaki, of eyes like lotus-petals and teeth like those of a lion, possessed of great strength, and filled with rage, said these words unto Somadatta, O thou of Kuru's race, whether battling with thee or with others, I do not in my heart ever experience the slightest fear.
Mbh.7.153.8022 Protected by those mighty warriors, Somadatta covered Satyaki with clouds of shafts.
Mbh.7.153.8023 Beholding Satyaki thus covered with clouds of straight shafts, Dhrishtadyumna proceeded towards him in rage and accompanied by a mighty force.
Mbh.7.153.8025 Then Somadatta pierced Satyaki, with nine arrows.
Mbh.7.153.8026 Satyaki, in return, struck that foremost of Kuru warriors with nine arrows.
Mbh.7.153.8027 Deeply pierced in that battle by the mighty and firm bowman Satyaki, Somadatta sat down on the terrace of his car and lost his senses in a swoon, Beholding him deprived of his senses, his driver, with great speed, bore away from the battle that great car-warrior, viz, the heroic Somadatta.
Mbh.7.153.8032 And Drona pierced Satyaki with ten arrows, and the son of Prishata with twenty.
Mbh.7.153.8054 Seeing those tigers among men, viz, Bhimasena and Dhananjaya thus engaged, Dhrishtadyumna, O monarch, and Satyaki of great strength, rushed behind.
Mbh.7.153.8056 Beholding Satyaki in battle, Aswatthaman, filled with rage at the slaughter of Somadatta's son, rushed furiously against that Satwata hero at the van of battle.
Mbh.7.154.8218 Then Somadatta, once more filled with rage upon beholding Satyaki in that battle, covered the latter, O Bharata, with a dense shower of arrows.
Mbh.7.154.8220 Fighting on behalf of Satyaki, Bhima pierced the Katirava.
Mbh.7.154.8225 Then, fighting for the sake of Satyaki, Bhimasena hurled at the head of Somadatta a new, hard and terrible Parigha.
Mbh.7.154.8226 Satyaki also filled with rage, shot at Somadatta's chest, in that battle, an excellent shaft, keen and equipped with goodly wings and resembling fire itself in splendour.
Mbh.7.154.8229 Beholding his son Somadatta thus fallen into a swoon, Valhika rushed at Satyaki scattering showers of arrows like a cloud in season.
Mbh.7.159.8598 SECTION CLXI Sanjaya said Beholding Somadatta shaking his large bow, Satyaki, addressing his driver, said, Bear me towards Somadatta.
Mbh.7.159.8604 Satyaki also, O bull of Bharata's race, in that encounter fearlessly covered that bull amongst the Kurus with showers of shafts.
Mbh.7.159.8606 Satyaki, in turn, O king, pierced Somadatta with many whetted arrows.
Mbh.7.159.8614 With great speed also, at a time when speed was of the utmost consequence, the Kuru hero then pierced Satyaki with five and twenty shafts, and once again with ten.
Mbh.7.159.8615 Then Satyaki, taking up a tougher bow, quickly pierced Somadatta with five shafts.
Mbh.7.159.8616 With another broad-headed arrow, Satyaki also, O king, smiling the while, cut off the golden standard of Valhika's son.
Mbh.7.159.8620 The mighty car-warrior Somadatta, then, who was endued with great strength taking up another bow, began to cover Satyaki with showers of shafts.
Mbh.7.159.8621 Satyaki too, inflamed with rage, pierced Somadatta with many shafts.
Mbh.7.159.8622 Somadatta, in return, afflicted Satyaki with his arrowy showers.
Mbh.7.159.8623 Then Bhima coming to the encounter, and fighting on behalf of Satyaki, struck Valhika's son with ten shafts.
Mbh.7.159.8625 Then Satyaki, inflamed with rage, aiming at Somadatta's chest, shot a new and terrible Parigha equipped with a golden staff and hard as the thunder.
Mbh.7.159.8628 Then Satyaki, O king, with a broad-headed arrow, cut off in that encounter Somadatta's bow, and then with five arrows, the leathern fence that cased his fingers.
Mbh.7.163.8801 The Satyaki, excited with wrath, pierced his foe in chest with five keen shafts.
Mbh.7.163.8809 Having cut off his bow, Satyaki quickly pierced him in the chest with nine keen arrows and addressing him, said, Wait!
Mbh.7.163.8813 His bow being cut off, Satyaki, O king, maddened with rage, hurled an impetuous dart at the broad chest of Bhuri.
Mbh.7.163.8816 Having addressed Satyaki, O king, saying, Wait, Wait' he shrouded him with showers of shafts, like the clouds pouring torrents of rain on the crest of Merit.
Mbh.7.168.9065 Meanwhile, Satyaki, of the Dasarha race, scattering his shafts as he proceeded, reached the spot where, the valiant Dhrishtadyumna was battling.
Mbh.7.168.9067 Satyaki, then, O king, pierced Karna with ten shafts in the very sight of all those heroes, and addressing him, said, Do not fly away but stay before me'
Mbh.7.168.9068 The encounter then, that took place between mighty Satyaki and the industrious Karna, resembled, O king, that between Vali and Vasava in the days of yore.
Mbh.7.168.9069 That bull among Kshatriyas, viz, Satyaki, terrifying all the Kshatriyas with the rattle of his car, pierced the lotus-eyed Karna in return with many arrows.
Mbh.7.168.9070 Making the earth tremble with the twang of his bow, the mighty son of the Suta, O monarch, contended with Satyaki.
Mbh.7.168.9074 Then thy son, O monarch, placing Karna at their head, all pierced Satyaki from every side with keen arrows.
Mbh.7.168.9075 Resisting with his own weapons those of them all and of Karna also, O lord, Satyaki quickly pierced Vrishasena in the centre of the chest.
Mbh.7.168.9077 Then Karna, believing that mighty car-warrior, viz, Vrishasena, slain, became scorched with grief on account of the death of his son and began to afflict Satyaki with great force.
Mbh.7.168.9092 Here, however, this Satyaki, this foremost one of the Satwata race, stayeth amid us.
Mbh.7.168.9096 If we can slay Satyaki and Dhrishtadyumna, the son of Prishata without doubt, O king, victory will be ours.
Mbh.7.168.9098 Savyasachin, O Bharata, is before us, coming towards this division of Drona, knowing that Satyaki is engaged here with many chief among the Kurus.
Mbh.7.168.9099 Let a large number of our foremost of car-warriors proceed thither, so that Partha may not be able to come to the rescue of Satyaki, now encompassed by many.
Mbh.7.168.9100 Let these great heroes speedily shoot clouds of shafts with great force, so that Satyaki of Madhu's race may by speedily despatched to Yama's abode'
Mbh.7.168.9107 When Suvala's son, O king, thus proceeded against the Pandavas, the Suta's son, accompanied by a large force, quickly advanced against Satyaki, shooting many hundreds of shafts.
Mbh.7.168.9108 Indeed, thy warriors, combining together, encompassed Satyaki.
Mbh.7.169.9113 Those great heroes, desirous of slaying him of Madhu's race, poured their keen arrows on Satyaki of invincible prowess.
Mbh.7.169.9115 The heroic and great bowman Satyaki, invincible in battle, cut off many heads with his fierce and straight arrows.
Mbh.7.170.9174 Then the great bowman, Drona, that foremost of all wielders of weapons, excited with rage, quickly pierced Satyaki, that bull amongst the Sinis, with ten arrows.
Mbh.7.170.9187 Seeing the Panchalas slaughtered and routed, Janardana becoming cheerless, said these words unto Phalguna, Dhrishtadyumna and Satyaki, accompanied by the Panchalas, had proceeded against those great bowmen, viz, Drona and Karna, shooting many shafts.
Mbh.7.171.9275 Sanjaya continued, Hearing those words of Kesava, Vibhatsu also, O Kauravya, said these words unto that chastiser of foes, viz, the Rakshasa Ghatotkacha, O Ghatotkacha, thyself, the long-armed Satyaki, and Bhimasena, the son of Pandu, these three, in my judgment, are the foremost ones among all our warriors.
Mbh.7.171.9277 The mighty car-warrior Satyaki will protect thy rear.
Mbh.7.176.9564 Then those warriors also, viz, Nakula and Sahadeva and the mighty car-warrior, Satyaki, having slain the Rakshasas, proceeded to that place where the Suta's son was.
Mbh.7.177.9602 With a number of other powerful shafts, the Suta's son then caused Yudhamanyu and Uttamaujas, and the great car-warrior Satyaki to tremble.
Mbh.7.180.9825 Sanjaya continued, That tiger among car-warriors, viz, Satyaki of prowess incapable of being baffled, asked the mighty-armed Krishna about the great car-warrior, Karna, saving, O Janardana, even this had been Karna's firm resolution, viz, that he would hurl that dart of immeasurable energy at Phalguna.
Mbh.7.180.9842 Sanjaya continued, Even thus did Devaki's son who is ever devoted to Dhananjaya's good and to what is agreeable to him, speak unto Satyaki on that occasion
Mbh.7.182.9938 Let Nakula and Sahadeva and the sons of Draupadi and the Prabhadrakas, and Drupada and Virata with their sons and brothers, and Satyaki and the Kaikeyas and the Pandavas and Dhananjaya, rush with speed against Bharadwaja's son, from desire of slaying him.
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.7.187.10277 Seeing this, Satyaki quickly approached the Kuru king.
Mbh.7.187.10280 Then king Duryodhana mentally, blaming his own conduct, addressed his ever dear friend Satyaki, and said, Fie on wrath, O friend, and fie on vindictiveness!
Mbh.7.187.10285 Unto him who said those words, O king, Satyaki, conversant with high weapons, taking up some keen arrows, smilingly replied, This is no assembly, O prince, nor the abode of our preceptor, where in former days we sported together'
Mbh.7.187.10289 Sanjaya said, Unto king Duryodhana who said so, Satyaki replied, This has always been the usage of the Kshatriyas that they have to fight even against their preceptors.
Mbh.7.187.10294 Having replied and reasoned thus, Satyaki, O monarch, fearlessly and in utter disregard of life, quickly advanced against Duryodhana.
Mbh.7.187.10297 Then Duryodhana, filled with wrath, pierced the invincible Satyaki with many keen arrows, shot from his bow drawn to its fullest stretch.
Mbh.7.187.10298 Satyaki quickly pierced the Kuru prince in return with fifty keen shafts in that battle and once more with twenty, and again with ten shafts.
Mbh.7.187.10299 Then, in that encounter, O king, thy son, smiling the while, pierced Satyaki in return with thirty arrows shot from his bowstring drawn to his ear.
Mbh.7.187.10300 Shooting then a razor-headed arrow, he cut off in twain the bow, with arrow fixed thereon, of Satyaki.
Mbh.7.187.10303 With great swiftness, the Kuru king afflicted Satyaki with three and seventy shafts, equipped with wings of gold and steeped in oil and shot from his bow drawn to its fullest stretch.
Mbh.7.187.10304 All those arrows of Duryodhana, as also his bow, with arrow fixed thereon, Satyaki quickly cut off.
Mbh.7.187.10306 Deeply pierced by Satyaki and feeling great pain, Duryodhana, O king, in great distress, sought shelter in another car.
Mbh.7.187.10307 Having rested awhile and refreshed himself, thy son once more advanced against Satyaki, shooting showers of shafts at the latter's car.
Mbh.7.187.10308 Smilingly, O king, Satyaki ceaselessly shot multitudes of shafts at Duryodhana's car.
Mbh.7.189.10463 That shaft, however, Satyaki cut off by means of ten arrows, in the very sight of thy son as also of the high-souled Karna, as thus rescued Dhrishtadyumna who was on the point of succumbing to Drona.
Mbh.7.189.10464 Then Kesava and Dhananjaya beheld Satyaki of prowess incapable of being baffled, who, O Bharata, was thus careering in the car-tracks of the Kuru warriors and within the range of the shafts of Drona and Karna and Kripa.
Mbh.7.189.10467 both of them loudly applauded Satyaki of unfading glory, who was thus destroying the celestial weapons of all those warriors.
Mbh.7.189.10469 Addressing Krishna, Dhananjaya said, Behold, O Kesava, that perpetuator of Madhu's race, viz, Satyaki of true prowess, sporting before the preceptor and those mighty car-warriors and gladdening me and the twins and Bhima and king Yudhishthira.
Mbh.7.189.10470 With skill acquired by practice and without insolence, behold that enhancer of the fame of the Vrishnis, viz, Satyaki, careering in battle, sporting the while with those mighty car-warriors.
Mbh.7.190.10475 Then king Yudhishthira, and the two other Pandavas, viz, the two sons of Madri and Bhimasena of great might surrounded Satyaki for protecting him.
Mbh.7.190.10476 Karna, and the mighty car-warrior Kripa, and Duryodhana and others, all resisted Satyaki, pouring showers of arrows on him.
Mbh.7.190.10478 Indeed, in that dreadful battle, Satyaki, by means of his own celestial weapons, duly resisted all those celestial weapons aimed at him by those illustrious warriors.
Mbh.7.193.10709 Neither Vibhatsu, nor Janardana, nor Bhimasena, nor Nakula, nor Sahadeva, nor king Yudhishthira, nor Prishata's wicked-souled son Dhrishtadyumna, nor Sikhandin, nor Satyaki, O Kauravya, knoweth that weapon which I have, along with the mantras, for hurting and withdrawing it.
Mbh.7.196.10891 Satyaki, however, O king, said these words, Is there no man here that would, without delay, slay this sinful wight, this lowest of men, who is uttering such evil speeches?
Mbh.7.196.10915 Thus rebuked by the Satwata hero, Prishata's son, filled with rage, smilingly addressed the angry Satyaki in these harsh words'
Mbh.7.196.10929 How can he, O Satyaki, blame such an act who himself has in Praya like an ascetic, and whose arms had been cut off by another?
Mbh.7.196.10947 O Satyaki, Draupadi also was persecuted by them unrighteously.
Mbh.7.196.10958 Sanjaya continued, Hearing these harsh and cruel words from Dhrishtadyumna's lips, the blessed Satyaki began to tremble from head to foot.
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.7.196.10963 Endued with great strength, Satyaki, who was rushing in great wrath, proceeded for a few steps, forcibly dragging after him the mighty son of Pandu who was endeavouring to hold him back.
Mbh.7.196.10965 Then Sahadeva, O king, jumping down from his own car, addressed Satyaki, thus held fast by the strong arms of Bhima, in these words, O tiger among men, O thou of Madhu's race, we have no friends dearer to us than the Andhakas, the Vrishnis and the Panchalas.
Mbh.7.196.10978 I shall after staying Satyaki achieve this great task of the Pandavas that has presented itself.
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.7.197.11016 O Satyaki, you also go away, surrounded by the Vrishnis and the Andhakas.
Mbh.7.198.11114 great deliberations and displaying a wonderful lightness of hand, he cut off Aswatthaman's bow and standard, Satyaki then cut into fragments the gold-decked car of this foe together with its steeds.
Mbh.7.198.11116 Thus afflicted, O king, by Satyaki, and shrouded with arrows, the mighty Aswatthaman knew not what to do.
Mbh.7.198.11118 All of them began quickly to pierce Satyaki from every side with keen shafts, Duryodhana pierced him with twenty, Saradwat's son, Kripa, with three.
Mbh.7.198.11121 Satyaki, however, O king, soon made all those great car-warriors fly away from the field, deprived of their cars.
Mbh.7.198.11123 Riding then upon another car, that scorcher of foes, viz, the son of Drona, began to resist Satyaki, shooting hundreds of arrows.
Mbh.7.198.11124 Beholding Aswatthaman once more approaching him in battle, the mighty car-warrior, Satyaki, once more made him careless and caused him to turn back.
Mbh.7.198.11125 Then the Pandavas, O king, beholding the prowess of Satyaki, blew their conchs with great force and uttered loud leonine roars.
Mbh.7.198.11126 Having deprived Aswatthaman of his car thus, Satyaki, of unbaffled prowess, then slew three thousand mighty car-warriors of Vrishasena's division.
Mbh.7.198.11128 Then, the valiant son of Drona, O monarch, riding upon another car, and highly enraged with Satyaki, proceeded against the latter, desirous of slaying him.
Mbh.7.198.11133 Saying this, the son of Drona shot at Satyaki an excellent and straight arrow possessed of the effulgence of the sun, even as Sakra had hurled in days of yore his thunder at the Asura Vritra.
Mbh.7.198.11134 Thus shot by Aswatthaman, that arrow, piercing through the armour of Satyaki, and passing through his body, entered the earth like a hissing snake entering its hole.
Mbh.7.198.11135 His armour pierced through, the heroic Satyaki, like an elephant deeply struck with the hook, became bathed in blood that flowed from his wound.
Mbh.7.198.11216 Sanjaya said, Upon the fall of the youthful prince of the Chedis, of Vrihatkshatra of Puru's race, and of Sudarsana, the chief of the Malavas, who was well-accomplished in the science of arms, and upon the defeat of Dhrishtadyumna and Satyaki and Bhima, and feeling great pain and touched to the quick by those words of Yudhishthira, and remembering a his former woes, O lord, Vibhatsu, in consequence of his grief, felt such wrath rise within him the like of which he had never experienced before.
Mbh.8.5.117 The kinsman of the Kauravas, the son of Somadatta, the brave and celebrated Bhurishrava, O king, hath been slain by Satyaki in battle.
Mbh.8.5.144 So also that great bowman, viz, the mighty king Jalasandha, after causing an immense carnage, hath been slain by Satyaki in battle.
Mbh.8.12.471 They consisted of Dhrishtadyumna and Shikhandi and the five sons of Draupadi and the Prabhadrakas, and Satyaki and Chekitana with the Dravida forces, and the Pandyas, the Cholas, and the Keralas, surrounded by a mighty array, all possessed of broad chests, long arms, tall statures, and large eyes.
Mbh.8.12.472 Decked with ornaments, possessed of red teeth, endued with the prowess of infuriate elephants, attired in robes of diverse colours, smeared with powdered scents, armed with swords and nooses, capable of restraining mighty elephants, companions in death, and never deserting one another, equipped with quivers, bearing bows adorned with long locks, and agreeable in speech were the combatants of the infantry files led by Satyaki, belonging to the Andhra tribe, endued with fierce forms and great energy.
Mbh.8.13.507 Satyaki checked the Kaikaya princes Vinda and Anuvinda.
Mbh.8.13.513 The two Kaikaya princes, in that battle, shrouded Satyaki with a shower of blazing arrows, and the latter also, O Bharata, shrouded the two Kaikaya brothers.
Mbh.8.13.514 Those two heroic brothers deeply struck Satyaki in the chest like two elephants striking with their tusks a hostile compeer in the forest.
Mbh.8.13.515 Indeed, O king, those two brothers, in that battle, their own vitals pierced with shafts, pierced Satyaki of true deeds with their shafts.
Mbh.8.13.516 Satyaki, however, O great king, covering all the points of the compass with a shower of arrows and smiling the while, checked the two brothers, O Bharata.
Mbh.8.13.519 Taking up two other beautiful bows, and a number of powerful shafts, the two began to cover Satyaki and career with great activity and skill.
Mbh.8.13.528 Then that mighty car-warrior of the Kaikayas speedily struck Satyaki with many thousands of shafts in his arms and chest.
Mbh.8.13.529 All his limbs wounded with arrows, Satyaki, of prowess incapable of being baffled, looked resplendent in that battle, O king, like a flowering Kinsuka.
Mbh.8.13.530 Pierced by the high-souled Kaikaya in that encounter, Satyaki, with the greatest ease, pierced the Kaikaya in return with five and twenty arrows.
Mbh.8.13.537 The latter also, O king, cut in twain the shield of Satyaki.
Mbh.8.13.542 Afterwards riding upon another car duly equipped with everything, Satyaki began to slay with his shafts the large force of the Kaikeyas.
Mbh.8.22.922 Then Nakula and Sahadeva, and the sons of Draupadi, and the Prabhadrakas, and Satyaki, and Shikhandi, and Chekitana endued with great energy, all those heroes, drenched those elephants from every side with their weapons, like the clouds drenching the hills with their showers.
Mbh.8.22.925 Then Satyaki, piercing the vitals of the elephant belonging to the king of the Vangas staying before him, with a long shaft endued with great impetuosity, caused it to fall down on the field of battle.
Mbh.8.22.926 Then Satyaki pierced with another long shaft the chest of the rider whom he could not hitherto touch, just as the latter was about to jump from the back of his beast.
Mbh.8.22.942 Then the Pancala prince, and the grandson of Sini Satyaki and the sons of Draupadi and the Prabhadrakas, and Shikhandi, drenched those huge elephants with showers of shafts.
Mbh.8.30.1289 Then, O god among men, thy troops, and those bulls amongst the Kurus, viz, thy sons resembling the children of the celestials, with a host of warriors of immeasurable might at their van, all proceeded against Satyaki, that bull of Sini's race.
Mbh.8.30.1308 At this, Karna, leaving Satyaki quickly pierced Arjuna with three arrows and Krishna with twenty, and Partha again repeatedly.
Mbh.8.30.1310 Meanwhile Satyaki, coming up, pierced Karna with nine and ninety fierce arrows, and once more with a hundred.
Mbh.8.35.1863 That foremost one of Vrishni's race, viz, the heroic Satyaki, the chief of the Satwata clan, was vanquished by Karna and made carless.
Mbh.8.37.1959 Who else, save myself, will be able to bear those troops amongst whom are stationed the royal son of Pandu firm in truth, and Bhimasena and Arjuna, and Satyaki, and the twins?
Mbh.8.46.2537 Yudhishthira said, With that view, do thou proceed against the son of Radha, and let Bhimasena proceed against Suyodhana, Nakula against Virshasena, Sahadeva against the son of Subala, Satanika against Duhshasana, that bull amongst the Sinis, viz, Satyaki, against the son of Hridika, and Pandya against the son of Drona.
Mbh.8.46.2602 There, that foremost one among the Satwatas, viz, Satyaki, irresistible like Indra, advanceth against us, from desire of fight, like the destroyer himself in wrath before our eyes
Mbh.8.47.2624 Meanwhile the Kuru king Duryodhana with his brothers, O bull of Bharata's race, and supported by many Kuru heroes and many mighty Madraka car-warriors, protected Karna while the latter was engaged in battle with the Pandavas, the Pancalas, the Cedis, and Satyaki.
Mbh.8.48.2650 Then Dhrishtadyumna, Satyaki, and the five sons of Draupadi, and Vrikodara, Janamejaya, and Shikhandi, and many foremost warriors among the Prabhadrakas, and many amongst the Cedis, the Kaikayas, and the Pancalas, the twins Nakula and Sahadeva, and the Matsyas, all clad in mail, rushed fiercely upon Radha's son, skilled in smiting, from desire of slaying him.
Mbh.8.48.2674 Satyaki, slaying the driver of Vrishasena with three arrows, cut off the latter's bow with a broad-headed shaft and struck his steeds with seven arrows.
Mbh.8.48.2677 Deprived of his driver and steeds and car standard by Yuyudhana Satyaki, Vrishasena then, armed with sword and shield, rushed against Yuyudhana from desire of slaying him.
Mbh.8.48.2678 Satyaki, however, as his antagonist rushed towards him, struck at his sword and shield with ten arrows equipped with heads like a boar's ear.
Mbh.8.48.2702 Then many Pandava warriors, O king, with Shikhandi and Satyaki, desirous of rescuing the king from the son of Radha, surrounded the former.
Mbh.8.49.2710 The Dravida, the Andhaka, and the Nishada foot-soldiers, urged on by Satyaki, once more rushed towards Karna in that battle, from desire of slaying him.
Mbh.8.49.2739 Satyaki and Chekitana and Yuyutsu and Shikhandi and the sons of Draupadi and the Prabhadrakas, and the twins Nakula and Sahadeva and Bhimasena and Shishupala and the Karushas, Matsyas, the Suras, the Kaikayas, the Kasis and the Kosalas, all these brave heroes, endued with great activity, assailed Vasusena.
Mbh.8.49.2774 Beholding the king flying away, the Cedis, the Pandavas, the Pancalas, and the mighty car-warrior Satyaki, all followed that monarch of unfading glory.
Mbh.8.49.2807 The Pandava heroes then, headed by Bhimasena and Satyaki, once more rushed impetuously against that army already beaten.
Mbh.8.50.2817 Addressing the heroic Satyaki and Dhrishtadyumna, the son of Prishata, he said, Go you to protect king Yudhishthira of virtuous soul.
Mbh.8.51.2929 Then Satyaki, of immeasurable soul, O Bharata, placing himself on the side of Bhima's car, began to afflict Karna who was in front of Bhima.
Mbh.8.51.2930 Though exceedingly afflicted by Satyaki, Karna still approached Bhima.
Mbh.8.55.3093 SECTION Sanjaya said, Meanwhile the son of Drona Ashvatthama, beholding Yudhishthira protected by the grandson of Sini Satyaki and by the heroic sons of Draupadi, cheerfully advanced against the king, scattering many fierce arrows equipped with wings of gold and whetted on stone, and displaying diverse manoeuvres of his car and the great skill he had acquired and his exceeding lightness of hands.
Mbh.8.55.3101 Then Satyaki, though struggling resolutely, and Pandu's son king Yudhishthira the just, as also all the other warriors, could not display their prowess.
Mbh.8.55.3104 While the Pandava troops were thus being slaughtered, those mighty car-warriors, viz, the sons of Draupadi, and Satyaki, and king Yudhishthira the just, and the Pancala warriors, all uniting together, cast off their fears of death and rushed against the son of Drona.
Mbh.8.55.3105 Then Satyaki, piercing the son of Drona with seventy arrows, once more pierced him with seven long shafts decked with gold.
Mbh.8.55.3109 Filled then with rage and breathing, O king, like a snake of virulent poison, Drona's son pierced Satyaki in return with five and twenty arrows whetted on stone.
Mbh.8.55.3118 Then Satyaki, filled with rage in that battle, cut off the bow of Drona's son, that great smiter, with a sharp crescent-shaped arrow and uttered a loud roar.
Mbh.8.56.3179 Meanwhile the mighty Karna, having vanquished Satyaki and desirous of rescuing the Kuru king, proceeded straight against the face of Drona's slayer, that warrior of fierce shafts.
Mbh.8.59.3391 Beholding his shaft baffled by the arrows of Satyaki, O king, Karna resisted Satyaki with showers of arrows from every side.
Mbh.8.59.3392 And he pierced Satyaki in that encounter with seven clothyard shafts.
Mbh.8.59.3412 The son of Radha, too, O monarch, singly resisted the Pancalas and the Pandavas and the five sons of Draupadi and Yudhamanyu and the mighty car-warrior Satyaki, in consequence of which feat he became the cynosure of all eyes.
Mbh.8.60.3449 Behold, checked by Satyaki and Bhima, they have again been stupefied, like the Daityas, that desired to take away the Amrita, made motionless by Sakra and Agni.
Mbh.8.60.3471 In the very sight of the twins, O Partha, and of Satyaki and Shikhandi, and Dhrishtadyumna and Bhima and Satanika, O lord, as also of all the Pancalas and the Cedis, O Bharata, yonder Karna is destroying the Pandava division with his arrows, like an elephant destroying an assemblage of lotuses.
Mbh.8.60.3510 There, the mighty-armed Bhima, having returned, is stationed at the head of the army, supported by the Srinjayas and by Satyaki, O Bharata.
Mbh.8.61.3559 Satyaki proceeded against Shakuni, and the sons of Draupadi against the other Kauravas.
Mbh.8.61.3593 Satyaki, having pierced Shakuni with twenty keen arrows, easily cut off the standard of Subala's son with a broad-headed arrow.
Mbh.8.61.3595 Then Satyaki pierced him in return with many keen arrows, and struck his driver, O monarch, with three arrows.
Mbh.8.61.3599 Then Satyaki, O king, rushed in that battle against thy army with great impetuosity, at which that army broke.
Mbh.8.63.3693 The brave Satyaki is protecting his left wheel, and Dhrishtadyumna is protecting his right wheel.
Mbh.8.67.3914 Let Sini's grandson Satyaki and Dhrishtadyumna, O king, be the protectors of my car-wheels.
Mbh.8.73.4457 Know, O Partha, that is prevailing over the Pancalas, and the five sons of Draupadi, and Dhrishtadyumna and Shikhandi, and the sons of Dhrishtadyumna, and Satanika, the son of Nakula, and Nakula himself, and Sahadeva, and Durmukha, and Janamejaya, and Sudharman, and Satyaki!
Mbh.8.74.4524 Today, I will slay Karna in battle as also his son, that mighty car-warrior, and give joy to Bhima and the twins and Satyaki.
Mbh.8.75.4549 Kripa and Shikhandi encountered each other in that battle, while Satyaki proceeded against Duryodhana.
Mbh.8.78.4735 Indeed, Shikhandi, and Bhima, and Dhrishtadyumna, the son of Prishata, and Nakula, and Sahadeva, and the five sons of Draupadi, and Satyaki, surrounded the son of Radha, pouring showers of arrows upon him, from desire of despatching him to the other world.
Mbh.8.78.4736 The heroic Satyaki, that best of men, struck Karna in that engagement with twenty keen shafts in the shoulder-joint.
Mbh.8.78.4741 Cutting off the bow of Satyaki, as also his standard, O bull of Bharata's race, Karna pierced Satyaki himself with nine shafts in the centre of the chest.
Mbh.8.79.4811 Learning that king Yudhishthira the just hath been exceedingly mangled and made carless by thee, and seeing the plight of Shikhandi, and Satyaki, and Dhrishtadyumna, the son of Prishata, and the five sons of Draupadi, and Yudhamanyu, and Uttamauja, and the brothers, Nakula and Sahadeva, that scorcher of foes, Partha, advanceth impetuously on a single car against thee.
Mbh.8.79.4901 Then those mighty car-warriors, Shikhandi and Satyaki and the twins, proceeding in the direction of Dhananjaya, checked those foes and, piercing them with keen arrows, uttered terrible roars.
Mbh.8.82.5001 Having slain next the steeds of Satyaki, the Suta's son then slew Visoka, the son of the ruler of the Kaikayas.
Mbh.8.82.5030 Then Kripa, and the Bhoja chief Kritavarma, and thy son, and Karna himself, assailed Satyaki in return with keen shafts.
Mbh.8.82.5032 With his twanging bow stretched to its fullest limits, and from which shafts flowed incessantly, Satyaki became exceedingly irresistible like the meridian Sun in the autumnal sky.
Mbh.8.93.5943 The two sons of Madri, and Satyaki, filled with joy, rushed with speed against Shakuni and slaughtered the troops of Subala's son.
Mbh.8.93.5951 The twins Nakula and Sahadeva of great fame, and Satyaki, having pursued with great speed the king of the Gandharvas who was possessed of lightness of hands in the use of weapons, re-appeared amid the Pandava ranks.
Mbh.8.96.6145 Nakula, and Sahadeva, and Vrikodara the son of Pandu, and Satyaki, O king, that foremost of car-warriors among the Vrishnis, and Dhrishtadyumna, and Shikhandi, and others among the Pandus, the Pancalas, and the Srinjayas, worshipped the son of Kunti at the slaughter of the Suta's son.
Mbh.9.1.48 On the side of the Pandavas seven are alive, they are the five Pandava brothers, and Vasudeva, and Satyaki and amongst the Dhartarashtras three are so, Kripa, Kritavarma, and Drona's son, that foremost of victors.
Mbh.9.2.87 Bhagadatta and Kripa and Shalya and the two princes of Avanti and Jayadratha and Bhurishrava and Sala and Somadatta and Bahlika and Ashvatthama and the chief of the Bhojas and the mighty prince of Magadha and Vrihadvala and the ruler of the Kasi and Shakuni the son of Subala and many thousands of Mlecchas and Sakas and Yavanas, and Sudakshina the ruler of the Kambojas and the king of the Trigartas and the grandsire Bhishma and Bharadwaja's son and Gotama's son Kripa and Srutayush and Ayutayush and Satayush of great energy, and Jalasandha and Rishyasringa's son and the Rakshasa Alayudha, and the mighty-armed Alambusa and the great car-warrior Subala, these and numerous other kings, O best of monarchs, have taken up arms for my sake, prepared to cast away their very lives in great battle, stationed on the field amidst these, and surrounded by my brothers, I will fight against all the Parthas and the Pancalas and the Cedis, O tiger among kings, and the sons of Draupadi and Satyaki and Kunti-Bhoja and the rakshasa Ghatotkaca.
Mbh.9.2.143 Tell me how the five Pandavas and the two Satwatas Krishna and Satyaki, and Kripa and Kritavarma and Drona's son, have escaped with life.
Mbh.9.3.184 The twin sons of Madri and the mighty car-warrior Satyaki, all endued with great strength, cheerfully rushed against Shakuni with great speed from desire of slaying him.
Mbh.9.3.192 The celebrated sons of Madri, with Satyaki among them, engaged in the pursuit of the Gandhara king who was quick in the use of weapons, speedily appeared to our view.
Mbh.9.4.260 The impetuosity of those two, Satyaki and Bhimasena, would split all the mountains or dry up all the oceans.
Mbh.9.7.421 Today let all the sons of Pandu, and Vasudeva, and Satyaki, and the sons of Draupadi, and Dhrishtadyumna, and Shikhandi, and all the Prabhadrakas, behold my prowess and the great might of my bow, and my quickness, and the energy of my weapons, and the strength of my arms, in battle.
Mbh.9.7.439 In battle, he is superior in might to Shikhandi and Arjuna and Bhima and Satyaki and Dhrishtadyumna, O Bharata.
Mbh.9.8.494 Dhrishtadyumna and Shikhandi and the mighty car-warrior Satyaki proceeded with great speed against the army of Shalya.
Mbh.9.10.629 Then Satyaki, and Bhimasena, and those two Pandavas, the twin sons of Madri, placing that chastiser of foes and abode of modesty, Yudhishthira, at their head, and surrounding him on all sides in that battle, uttered leonine roars.
Mbh.9.12.760 And he pierced Satyaki with five and twenty keen arrows, and Bhimasena with seven, and the two sons of Madri with a hundred, in that battle.
Mbh.9.12.766 Piercing Satyaki and Bhimasena and the twin sons of Madri by Pandu, each with five arrows, he afflicted Yudhishthira greatly.
Mbh.9.13.770 SECTION Sanjaya said, When king Yudhishthira the just was thus afflicted by the ruler of Madras, Satyaki and Bhimasena and the two sons of Madri by Pandu, encompassing Shalya with their cars, began to afflict him in that battle.
Mbh.9.13.774 Satyaki, desirous of rescuing the son of Dharma, pierced Shalya with a hundred arrows and uttered a loud leonine roar.
Mbh.9.13.776 The heroic ruler of the Madras, struggling carefully in that battle, thus afflicted by those mighty car-warriors, drew a formidable bow capable of bearing a great strain and of imparting great force to the shafts sped from it, and pierced Satyaki, O sire, with five and twenty shafts and Bhima with three and seventy and Nakula with seven.
Mbh.9.13.780 Then Bhimasena pierced the ruler of the Madras with seventy arrows, and Satyaki pierced him with nine, and king Yudhishthira with sixty.
Mbh.9.13.786 Then Satyaki, filled with rage upon beholding the son of Dharma thus afflicted with shafts, checked the heroic ruler of the Madras with clouds of arrows.
Mbh.9.13.787 At this, Shalya cut off with a razor-faced arrow the formidable bow of Satyaki, and pierced each of the other Pandava warriors with three arrows.
Mbh.9.13.788 Filled with rage, O monarch, Satyaki of unbaffled prowess then hurled at Shalya a lance equipped with a golden staff and decked with many jewels and gems.
Mbh.9.13.791 With a number of broad-headed arrows Shalya cut off the lance hurled by Satyaki.
Mbh.9.13.796 Insensate with rage, Satyaki took up another bow and pierced the ruler of the Madras with two shafts and his driver with three.
Mbh.9.13.801 Nakula and Sahadeva and Satyaki of great might, encompassing Shalya, shot their arrows at him from every side.
Mbh.9.15.870 Shalya, shooting showers of shafts on all sides, afflicted the Pandavas with Satyaki and Vrikodara amongst them.
Mbh.9.15.876 Then king Yudhishthira, and Bhimasena, and Satyaki, and Sahadeva, the son of Madri, all rushed against the ruler of the Madras.
Mbh.9.15.878 Piercing Yudhishthira with three arrows and Bhima with seven, Shalya pierced Satyaki with a hundred arrows in that battle and Sahadeva with three.
Mbh.9.15.883 Bhimasena and Satyaki, rushing at the ruler of the Madras, both struck him with arrows winged with Kanka feathers, the former with sixty, and the latter with nine.
Mbh.9.15.884 Filled with rage at this, the ruler of the Madras pierced Satyaki with nine arrows and once again with seventy straight shafts.
Mbh.9.15.885 Then, O sire, he cut off at the handle the bow, with arrow fixed on it, of Satyaki and then despatched the four steeds of the latter to Yama's abode.
Mbh.9.15.886 Having made Satyaki carless, that mighty car-warrior, the ruler of the Madras, struck him with a hundred arrows from every side.
Mbh.9.15.889 Riding then upon another car, the mighty Satyaki, of prowess incapable of being baffled, beholding the Pandavas afflicted and succumbing to the ruler of the Madras, rushed with speed against him.
Mbh.9.15.890 That ornament of assemblies, Shalya, on his car, rushed against the car of Satyaki, like one infuriate elephant against another.
Mbh.9.15.891 The collision that then took place between Satyaki and the heroic ruler of the Madras, became fierce and wonderful to behold, even like that which had taken place in days of yore between the Asura Samvara and the chief of the celestials.
Mbh.9.15.892 Beholding the ruler of the Madras staying before him in that battle, Satyaki pierced him with ten arrows and said, Wait, Wait
Mbh.9.15.893 Deeply pierced by that high-souled warrior, the ruler of the Madras pierced Satyaki in return with sharp shafts equipped with beautiful feathers.
Mbh.9.15.894 Those great bowmen then, the Parthas, beholding the king of the Madras assailed by Satyaki, quickly rushed towards him from desire of slaying that maternal uncle of theirs.
Mbh.9.16.951 The Pancala prince Dhrishtadyumna, Satyaki, and the two sons of Madri by Pandu, received Shakuni and the other Kuru heroes around.
Mbh.9.17.996 Piercing Satyaki with ten arrows and Bhima with three and Sahadeva with as many, he afflicted Yudhishthira greatly.
Mbh.9.17.1086 The grandson of Sini then, Satyaki, O bull of Bharata's race, shooting his shafts, proceeded against the frightened Kauravas while the latter were flying away.
Mbh.9.17.1088 Those two illustrious and invincible heroes of Vrishni's race, Hridika's son and Satyaki, encountered each other like two furious lions.
Mbh.9.17.1091 Piercing Satyaki with ten arrows and his steeds with three, the son of Hridika cut off his bow with a straight shaft.
Mbh.9.17.1094 Then cutting off his car and the shaft also of that car with many well-shot arrows, Satyaki quickly slew the steeds of his antagonist as also his two Parshni drivers.
Mbh.9.17.1103 Beholding the Pandavas on their cars as also Dhrishtadyumna the son of Prishata and the invincible chief of the Anartas Satyaki, the Kuru king covered all of them with sharp arrows.
Mbh.9.18.1118 Then Arjuna, and Bhima, and the two sons of Madri by Pandu, and that tiger among men, Satyaki, and the five sons of Draupadi, and Dhrishtadyumna, and Shikhandi, and the Pancalas and the Somakas, desirous of rescuing Yudhishthira, surrounded him on all sides.
Mbh.9.19.1188 Why will not victory be theirs that have Dhananjaya for their warrior, as also Satyaki, and Bhimasena, and Dhrishtadyumna the son of Prishata, and the five sons of Draupadi, and the two sons of Madri, and the mighty bowman Shikhandi, and king Yudhishthira?
Mbh.9.19.1194 The two sons of Madri and the mighty carwarrior Satyaki proceeded against Shakuni.
Mbh.9.19.1243 The two sons of Madri, and Satyaki, rushed against Shakuni, and the other Pandava heroes, smiling, rushed impetuously against thy forces
Mbh.9.21.1286 Then Satyaki, the grandson of Sini, approached that spot.
Mbh.9.21.1287 Approaching king Kshemakirti of great strength, Satyaki despatched him to Yama's abode, with seven keen shafts.
Mbh.9.21.1294 Then the son of Hridika, approaching Satyaki of true prowess, pierced the four steeds of the latter with four keen shafts.
Mbh.9.21.1295 The long-armed Satyaki, enraged at this, like an elephant struck with a lance, pierced Kritavarma with eight foremost of arrows.
Mbh.9.21.1296 Then Kritavarma pierced Satyaki with three arrows whetted on stone and sped from his bow drawn to its fullest and then cut off his bow with another arrow.
Mbh.9.21.1302 Satyaki, however, of the Satwata race, striking that lance with many keen arrows, cut it off into fragments and caused it to fall down, stupefying Kritavarma of Madhu's race with his activity and prowess.
Mbh.9.21.1305 The heroic Kritavarma having been deprived of his car by Satyaki in that single combat, all the Kaurava troops became filled with great fear.
Mbh.9.21.1328 And he pierced Nakula with four and sixty, and Dhrishtadyumna with five, and the sons of Draupadi with seven, and Satyaki with three arrows.
Mbh.9.21.1332 Satyaki struck the king with a single straight shaft; the sons of Draupadi struck him with three and seventy and king Yudhishthira struck him with five.
Mbh.9.23.1621 I then beheld the mighty car-warrior Satyaki rushing against us.
Mbh.9.23.1625 The mighty-armed Satyaki, having cut off my armour, became desirous of taking me alive.
Mbh.9.27.1853 Dhrishtadyumna, seeing me, laughingly addressed Satyaki, saying, What is the use of seizing this one?
Mbh.9.28.2015 Arjuna, and Bhimasena, and the two sons of Madri by Pandu, and the Pancala prince Dhrishtadyumna, and the unvanquished Shikhandi, and Uttamaujas, and Yudhamanyu, and the mighty car-warrior Satyaki, and the five sons of Draupadi, and those amongst the Pancalas, O king, that were yet alive, and all the Pandavas, and all their elephants, and foot-soldiers by hundreds upon hundreds, all proceeded with Yudhishthira.
Mbh.9.31.2288 Then Satyaki, O king, applauded the son of Pandu.
Mbh.9.32.2357 The hero of the plough, having in return saluted all the high-souled Kshatriyas, and having made courteous enquiries about each according to their years, affectionately embraced Janardana and Satyaki.
Mbh.9.59.4268 Similarly, the mighty Bhurishrava, with one of his arms lopped off and while observant of the Praya vow, was caused to be slain by thee through the agency of the high-souled Satyaki.
Mbh.9.60.4331 The great bowman Yuyutsu followed them, as also Satyaki, and Dhrishtadyumna, and Shikhandi, and the five sons of Draupadi.
Mbh.9.60.4370 Having unyoked their animals, the Pandavas and Satyaki remained there awhile for resting themselves.
Mbh.9.60.4373 the Pandavas and Satyaki, accompanied by Vasudeva, went out of the camp for the sake of doing that which was regarded as an auspicious act.
Mbh.10.8.652 It was owing to the absence of the Parthas and the intelligent Keshava as also of Satyaki, that Drona's son could accomplish it.
Mbh.10.9.724 The seven on their side are the five brothers and Vasudeva and Satyaki; on our side, we three are myself and Kripa and Kritavarma!
Mbh.10.10.757 Advancing forward, Satyaki held the king in his embrace.
Mbh.11.23.937 Behold Drona, that foremost of brahmanas, that preceptor of Arjuna, of Satyaki, and of the Kurus, lying on the ground!
Mbh.11.24.971 There the black-eyed wives of Bhurishrava are indulging in piteous lamentations, surrounding their lord slain by Satyaki.
Mbh.11.24.974 Alas, Satyaki did an act that was still more sinful, for he took the life of a person of restrained soul while sitting in the observance of the praya vow.
Mbh.12.37.2013 Upon his own brilliant car of gold unto which were yoked Saivya and Sugriva, Krishna, with Satyaki, followed the Kurus.
Mbh.12.40.2099 On another seat, beautiful and blazing and made of gold, sat with face directed towards him, those two chastisers of foes, viz, Satyaki and Vasudeva.
Mbh.12.44.2213 Like a tiger entering his cave in the hills, that tiger among men, viz, Saurin, accompanied by Satyaki, entered the palace of Arjuna.
Mbh.12.46.2285 Vaisampayana continued, Hearing these words of king Yudhishthira the just, the slayer of Madhu addressed Satyaki who was sitting beside him, saying, Let my car be yoked'
Mbh.12.46.2286 At this, Satyaki quickly left Kesava's presence and going out, commanded Daruka, saying, Let Krishna's car be made ready'
Mbh.12.46.2287 Hearing the words of Satyaki, Daruka speedily yoked Krishna's car.
Mbh.12.47.2536 Learning by his Yoga powers of the devotion of Bhishma towards him, that foremost of Beings, viz, Madhava, suddenly rose from his seat and ascended on his car, Kesava and Satyaki proceeded on one car.
Mbh.12.50.2684 Govinda and Satyaki and the others approached the son of Ganga.
Mbh.12.51.2791 Upon this, Kesava, and the sons of Pandu, and Satyaki, and Sanjaya, and Saradwata's son Kripa, bowed in reverence to those sages.
Mbh.12.52.2811 Touching next diverse kinds of auspicious articles and beholding himself in a clear mirror, Krishna addressed Satyaki, saying, Go, O descendant of Sini, and repairing to Yudhishthira's abode, ascertain whether that king of great energy is dressed for visiting Bhishma'
Mbh.12.52.2812 At these words of Krishna, Satyaki, proceeding quickly to the royal son of Pandu, said unto him, The foremost of cars, belonging to Vasudeva of great intelligence, stands ready, O king, for Janardana will go to see Ganga's son.
Mbh.12.52.2830 Then Govinda and Yudhishthira and Bhima and the wielder of Gandiva and the twins and Satyaki, alighting from their vehicles, saluted the Rishis by raising their right hands.
Mbh.12.57.3101 Vaisampayana continued, The illustrious Vyasa and Devasthana and Aswa, and Vasudeva and Kripa and Satyaki and Sanjaya, filled with joy, and with faces resembling full-blown flowers, said, Excellent!
Mbh.14.52.2348 The hero who had the foremost of apes on his banner, as also Satyaki, and the two sons of Madravati, and Vidura of immeasurable intelligence, and Bhima himself whose tread resembled that of a prince of elephants, all followed Madhava.
Mbh.14.52.2349 Janarddana of mighty energy causing all those extenders of the Kuru kingdom and Vidura also to return, addressed Daraka, and Satyaki, saying, Urge the steeds to speed'
Mbh.14.52.2350 Then that grinder of hostile masses, viz, Janarddana of great prowess, accompanied by Satyaki, the foremost one of Sini's race, proceeded to the city of the Anarttas, after having slain all his foes, like He of a hundred sacrifices proceeding to Heaven after slaughtering all his foes'
Mbh.14.59.2710 Vaisampayana said, Having granted that boon to Utanka, Govinda, accompanied by Satyaki, proceeded to Dwaraka on his car drawn by his large steeds endued with great speed.
Mbh.14.59.2712 It was at the time, O king, when the festival of Raivataka had begun, that he of eyes like lotus-petals arrived with Satyaki as his companion.
Mbh.14.59.2733 Satyaki also went to his own quarters with a delighted soul.
Mbh.14.61.2836 Hearing these lamentations of this daughter of the Vrishni race, Pritha, deeply afflicted with grief, addressed her and slowly said, O Subhadra, though protected by Vasudeva and Satyaki and by his own sire, thy youthful son has yet been slain.
Mbh.14.62.2860 Then Vasudeva of Dasarha's race, and Valadeva, and Satyaki, and Satyaka, each performed the obsequial rites of Abhimanyu.
Mbh.16.3.104 Highly incensed at this, Kritavarma, emphasising his disregard for Satyaki, by pointing to him with his left hand, said these words: Professing thyself to be a hero, how couldst thou so cruelly slay the armless Bhurishrava who, on the field of battle, gave up all hostile intentions and sat in praya?
Mbh.16.3.106 Then Satyaki informed the slayer of Madhu as to how Kritavarma had behaved towards Satrajit for taking away from him the celebrated gem Syamantaka.
Mbh.16.3.108 Then rising up in a rage, Satyaki said, I swear to thee by Truth that I shall soon cause this one to follow in the wake of the five sons of Draupadi, and of Dhrishtadyumna and Shikhandithey that were slain by this sinful wretch, while they were asleep, with the assistance of Dronas son.
Mbh.16.3.110 Having said these words, Satyaki rushed at Kritavarma and severed his head with a sword in the very sight of Keshava.
Mbh.16.3.114 Janardana of mighty energy, knowing the character of the hour, stood unmoved without giving way to anger at the sight of those heroes rushing in wrath at Satyaki from every side.
Mbh.16.3.117 He rushed forward for rescuing Satyaki who was engaged with the Bhojas and the Andhakas.
Mbh.18.1.34 The high-souled Karna, the son of Kunti, incapable of being baffled in battle, Dhrishtadyumna, Satyaki, the sons of Dhrishtadyumna and those other Kshatriyas who met with death in the observance of Kshatriya practices, where are those lords of Earth, O Brahmana?
Mbh.18.4.218 Among the tribes of the Saddhyas, the gods, the Viswedevas, and the Maruts, behold, O king of kings, the mighty car-warriors of the Vrishnis and the Andhakas, viz, those heroes having Satyaki for their first, and those mighty ones among the Bhojas.
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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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