Satyavati

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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.1.1.47 The son of Satyavati having, by penance and meditation, analysed the eternal Veda, afterwards composed this holy history, when that learned Brahmarshi of strict vows, the noble Dwaipayana Vyasa, offspring of Parasara, had finished this greatest of narrations, he began to consider how he might teach it to his disciples.
Mbh.1.55.2733 Like the sacrifice of Maya, of king Sasavindu, or of king Vaisravana, is this sacrifice of thine, O foremost one of Bharata's race, O son of Satyavati, in which he himself was the chief priest, is this sacrifice of Nriga, of Ajamida, of the son of Dasaratha, is this sacrifice of thine, O foremost one of Bharata's race, O son of Parikshit.
Mbh.1.55.2737 Like the sacrifice of Krishna Dwaipayana, the son of Satyavati, in which he himself was the chief priest, is this sacrifice of thine, O foremost one of Bharata's race, O son of Parikshit Let those dear unto us be blessed!
Mbh.1.62.2980 This Bharata consists of a hundred thousand sacred slokas composed by the son of Satyavati, of immeasurable mental power.
Mbh.1.63.3110 That girl was known by the name of Satyavati.
Mbh.1.63.3113 While engaged in this vocation, Satyavati was seen one day by the great Rishi Parasara, in course of his wanderings.
Mbh.1.63.3116 Satyavati replied, O holy one, behold the Rishis standing on either bank of the river.
Mbh.1.63.3137 And Satyavati gratified with having obtained the excellent boon in consequence of which she became sweet-scented and her virginity remained unsullied conceived through Parasara's embraces.
Mbh.1.63.3141 And it was thus that Vyasa was born of Satyavati through Parasara.
Mbh.1.95.5290 And Bhishma, moved by the desire of doing good to his father, got him married to Satyavati who was also called Gandhakali.
Mbh.1.95.5296 Then Satyavati began to think as to how the dynasty of Dushmanta might be perpetuated.
Mbh.1.100.5661 The great man of whose seed this celebrated maiden named Satyavati was born, is, indeed, equal to you in virtue.
Mbh.1.100.5662 He hath spoken to me on many occasions of the virtues of thy father and told me that, the king alone is worthy of marrying Satyavati.
Mbh.1.100.5669 But this is all I have to say in the matter of the bestowal or otherwise, of Satyavati'
Mbh.1.100.5677 O thou that art devoted to truth, the promise thou hast given in the presence of these chiefs for the benefit of Satyavati, hath, indeed, been worthy of thee.
Mbh.1.101.5693 Soon after was born of Satyavati an intelligent and heroic son of Santanu named Chitrangada.
Mbh.1.101.5695 The lord Santanu of great prowess also begat upon Satyavati another son named Vichitravirya, who became a mighty bowman and who became king after his father.
Mbh.1.101.5698 Bhishma, placing himself under the command of Satyavati, installed that suppressor of foes, viz, Chitrangada, on the throne, who, having soon vanquished by his prowess all monarchs, considered not any man as his equal.
Mbh.1.102.5707 SECTION CII Sambhava Parva continued Vaisampayana said, O thou of Kuru's race, after Chitrangada was slain, his successor Vichitravirya being a minor, Bhishma ruled the kingdom, placing himself under the command of Satyavati.
Mbh.1.102.5766 And when everything about the wedding had been settled by Bhishma in consultation with Satyavati, the eldest daughter of the king of Kasi, with a soft smile, told him these words, At heart I had chosen the king of Saubha for my husband.
Mbh.1.102.5783 The virtuous Bhishma then became plunged into anxiety and grief, and in consultation with Satyavati caused the obsequial rites of the deceased to be performed by learned priests and the several of the Kuru race
Mbh.1.103.5784 SECTION CIII Sambhava Parva continued Vaisampayana said, The unfortunate Satyavati then became plunged in grief on account of her son.
Mbh.1.103.5801 O Satyavati, I repeat the pledge I once gave, viz, I would renounce three worlds, the empire of heaven, anything that may be greater than that, but truth I would never renounce.
Mbh.1.103.5803 Thus addressed by her son endued with wealth of energy, Satyavati said unto Bhishma, O thou whose prowess is truth, I know of thy firmness in truth.
Mbh.1.103.5808 Thus urged by the miserable and weeping Satyavati speaking such words inconsistent with virtue from grief at the loss of her son, Bhishma addressed her again and said, O Queen, turn not thy eyes away from virtue.
Mbh.1.105.5894 Vaisampayana continued, Satyavati, then, smiling softly and in voice broken in bashfulness, addressed Bhishma saying, O Bharata of mighty arms, what thou sayest is true.
Mbh.1.105.5919 And when Bhishma had said this, O thou of Kuru's race, Kali Satyavati thought of the Muni Dwaipayana and Dwaipayana who was then engaged in interpreting the Vedas, learning that he was being called up by his mother, came instantly unto her without anybody's knowing it.
Mbh.1.105.5926 Satyavati, beholding him seated at his ease, after the usual inquiries, addressed him and said, O learned one, sons derive their birth both from the father and the mother.
Mbh.1.105.5938 Vyasa, hearing this, said, O Satyavati, thou knowest what virtue is both in respect of this life and the other.
Mbh.1.105.5945 Satyavati then said, O sinless one, it must be as thou sayest.
Mbh.1.105.5954 Vaisampayana continued, Having spoken thus unto Satyavati, Vyasa of great energy addressed her and said, Let the princess of Kosala clad in clean attire and checked with ornaments wait for me in her bed-chamber'
Mbh.1.105.5955 Saying this, the Rishi disappeared, Satyavati then went to her daughter-in-law and seeing her in private spoke to her these words of beneficial and virtuous import, O princess of Kosala, listen to what I say.
Mbh.1.105.5962 Satyavati having succeeded with great difficulty in procuring the assent of her virtuous daughter-in-law to her proposal which was not inconsistent with virtue, then fed Brahmanas and Rishis and numberless guests who arrived on die occasion
Mbh.1.106.5963 SECTION CVI Sambhava Parva continued Vaisampayana said, Soon after the monthly season of the princess of Kosala had been over, Satyavati, purifying her daughter-in-law with a bath, led her into the sleeping apartment.
Mbh.1.106.5975 But from the fault of his mother he shall be blind At these words of her son, Satyavati said, O thou of ascetic wealth, how can one that is blind become a monarch worthy of the Kurus?
Mbh.1.106.5980 Soon after Satyavati, O chastiser of foes, summoned Vyasa, after having secured the assent of her daughter-in-law.
Mbh.1.106.5987 Satyavati again begged of the Rishi another child, and the Rishi told her in reply, So be it'
Mbh.1.106.5991 Some time after, when the oldest of Vichitravirya's widows again had her monthly season, she was solicited by Satyavati to approach Vyasa once again.
Mbh.1.110.6085 Its glory maintained and itself perpetuated by many virtuous and illustrious monarchs of old, the illustrious Krishna Dwaipayana and Satyavati and myself have raised you three up, in order that it may not be extinct.
Mbh.1.114.6206 SECTION CXIV Sambhava Parva continued Vaisampayana said, Pandu, then, at the command of Dhritarashtra, offered the wealth he had acquired by the prowess of his arms to Bhishma, their grand-mother Satyavati and their mothers.
Mbh.1.114.6209 Then Satyavati and Bhishma and the Kosala princes were all gratified with the presents Pandu made out of the acquisitions of his prowess.
Mbh.1.119.6396 Vaisampayana continued, The king, having thus wept in sorrow, with a sigh looked at his two wives Kunti and Madri, and addressing them said, Let the princess of Kosala my mother, Vidura, the king with our friends, the venerable Satyavati, Bhishma, the priests of our family, illustrious Soma-drinking Brahmanas of rigid vows and all elderly citizens depending on us be informed, after being prepared for it, that Pandu hath retired into the woods to lead a life of asceticism'
Mbh.1.126.6767 And there also came out Bhishma, the son of Santanu, and Somadatta or Valhika and the royal sage Dhritarashtra endued with the vision of knowledge and Vidura himself and the venerable Satyavati and the illustrious princess of Kosala and Gandhari accompanied by the other ladies of the royal household.
Mbh.1.128.6827 When the Sraddha had been celebrated in the manner mentioned above, the venerable Vyasa, seeing all the subjects sunk in grief, said one day to his mother Satyavati, Mother, our days of happiness have gone by and days of calamity have succeeded.
Mbh.1.128.6835 Acquiescing in the words of Vyasa, Satyavati entered the inner apartments and addressed her daughter-in-law, saying, O Ambika, I hear that in consequence of the deeds of your grandsons, this Bharata dynasty and its subjects will perish.
Mbh.1.158.8292 Vaisampayana continued, Vyasa, the son of Satyavati, thus comforting the Pandavas, led them into the town of Ekachakra.
Mbh.1.171.8714 Vaisampayana said, While the illustrious Pandavas were living disguised in the abode of the Brahmana, Vyasa, the son of Satyavati, once went to see them.
Mbh.2.32.1398 The son of Satyavati became himself the Brahma of that sacrifice.
Mbh.3.36.1880 And while the sons of Pandu were thus conversing with each other, there came to that spot the great ascetic Vyasa, the son of Satyavati.
Mbh.3.115.5952 And in the city of Kanyakuvja, the daughter of Gadhi, Satyavati by name, was given in marriage; and the gods themselves were of the party of the bride.
Mbh.3.115.5970 Then Bhrigu possessed of mighty strength, spake to Satyavati, his daughter-in-law, saying, O dutiful girl!
Mbh.3.257.12597 After a little while, that mighty ascetic, Vyasa, the son of Satyavati, came there to see the Pandavas.
Mbh.5.117.5285 And the royal sage then sported with her, as Surya with Prabhavati, Agni with Swaha, Vasava with Sachi, Chandra with Rohini, Yama with Urmila, Varuna with Gauri, Kuvera with Riddhi, Narayana with Lakshmi, Sagara with Jahnavi, Rudra with Rudrani, the Grandsire with Saraswati, Vasishtha's son Saktri with Adrisyanti, Vasishtha with Arundhati called also Akshamala, Chyavana with Sukanya, Pulastya with Sandhya, Agastya with the princess of Vidarbha Lopamudra, Satyavan with Savitri, Bhrigu with Puloma, Kasyapa with Aditi, Richika's son Jamadagni with Renuka, Kusika's son Viswamitra with Himavati, Vrihaspati with Tara, Sukra with Sataprava, Bhumipati with Bhumi, Pururavas with Urvasi, Richika with Satyavati, Manu with Saraswati, Dushyanta with Sakuntala, the eternal Dharma with Dhriti, Nala with Damayanti, Narada, with Satyavati, Jaratkaru with Jaratkaru, Pulastya with Pratichya, Urnayus with Menaka, Tumvuru with Rambha, Vasuki with Satasirsha, Dhananjaya with Kamari, Rama with the princess of Videha Sita, or Janardana with Rukmini.
Mbh.5.119.5321 In days of yore, Richika sought at Kanyakuyja Gadhi's daughter, Satyavati, for making her his wife'
Mbh.5.174.7805 After Chitrangada's demise, obedient to the counsels of Satyavati, I installed, according to the ordinance, Vichitravirya as king.
Mbh.5.174.7822 And having vanquished all those rulers of the earth, I came back to Hastinapura, I then, O thou of mighty arms, made over those maidens, intending them for my brothers to Satyavati and represented unto her everything I had done
Mbh.5.175.7824 Then, O king, Satyavati with eyes bathed in tears, smelt my head, and joyously said, By good luck it is, O child, that thou hast triumphed'
Mbh.5.178.7974 Vanquishing all the monarchs, the pure-souled prince Bhishma of Bharata's race then reached Hastinapura, and representing everything unto Satyavati, ordered his brother Vichitravirya's marriage to take place with the girls he had brought.
Mbh.5.181.8151 Having said all this, Rama then went to Kurukshetra from desire of combat, and I also, entering our city, represented everything unto Satyavati.
Mbh.5.189.8485 I also, ascending my car, and praised by the Brahmanas, entered our city and represented, everything unto my mother Satyavati, everything that had transpired, and she, O great king, uttered benedictions on me.
Mbh.6.2.42 SECTION II Vaisampayana said, Seeing then the two armies standing on the east and the west for the fierce battle that was impending, the holy Rishi Vyasa, the son of Satyavati, that foremost of all persons acquainted with the Vedas, that grandsire of the Bharatas, conversant with the past, the present, and the future, and beholding everything as if it were present before his eyes, said these words in private unto the royal son of Vichitravirya who was then distressed and giving way to sorrow, reflecting on the evil policy of his sons.
Mbh.7.190.10563 Through the grace of the Rishis Krishna Dwaipayana, the son of Satyavati, I witnessed, O king, the true circumstances about the death of Drona.
Mbh.11.14.553 Understanding her evil intentions towards the Pandavas, the son of Satyavati addressed himself for counteracting them at the very outset.
Mbh.12.49.2568 Gadhi had a daughter, O monarch, of the name of Satyavati.
Mbh.12.49.2578 Satyavati, upon this, O king, taking the two portions of the sanctified food, cheerfully and in great haste, represented the worlds of her lord unto her mother.
Mbh.12.49.2580 Upon this, Satyavati, her body blazing with lustre, conceived a child of terrible form intended to become the exterminator of the Kshatriyas.
Mbh.12.49.2587 Thus addressed by her lord, the highly blessed Satyavati prostrated herself and placing her head at his feet, trembling, said, It behoveth thee not, O holy one, to speak such words unto me, viz, Thou shalt obtain a wretch among Brahmanas for thy son'
Mbh.12.49.2590 Satyavati replied saying, If thou wishest, O sage, thou canst create other worlds, what need then be said of a child?
Mbh.12.49.2598 Satyavati said, O puissant one, let our grandson be such, but, O foremost of ascetics, let me have a son of tranquil pursuits'
Mbh.12.49.2601 Vasudeva continued, Then Satyavati brought forth a son in Bhrigu's race who was devoted to penances and characterised by tranquil pursuits, viz, Jamadagni of regulated vows.
Mbh.12.324.20610 The son of Satyavati having obtained this high boon from the great God, was one day employed in rubbing his sticks for making a fire.
Mbh.12.349.23331 Vaisampayana said, I bow unto that great Rishi who is the dispeller of darkness, and whom Satyavati bore to Parasara in the midst of an island, who is possessed of great knowledge and who is endued with great liberality of soul.
Mbh.13.4.281 She was called Satyavati by name, and in beauty of appearance she had no equal on Earth.
Mbh.13.4.309 At this, Satyavati, delighted at heart, told her mother all that had been said by Richika as also of the two balls of charu.
Mbh.13.4.310 Then the mother, addressing her daughter Satyavati, said, O daughter, as I am deserving of greater consideration from thee than thy husband, do thou obey my words.
Mbh.13.4.316 The mother and the daughter Satyavati having acted in this way, they both, O Yudhishthira, became big with child.
Mbh.13.4.323 Hearing this, O king the excellent lady Satyavati, struck with sorrow, fell upon the ground like a beautiful creeper cut in twain.
Mbh.13.166.13720 Then Vyasa the son of Satyavati, having reflected for a moment, addressed the royal son of Ganga, saying, O king, the Kuru chief Yudhishthira has been restored to his own nature, along with all brothers and followers.
Mbh.14.10.325 Vaisampayana continued, Then the Pandava prince Yudhishthira was delighted on hearing this speech of the son of Satyavati Vyasa, and desirous of performing his sacrifice with those riches, he held repeated consultations with his ministers
Mbh.14.71.3130 Then, after a few days, Vyasa, the son of Satyavati, endued with great energy, came to the city named after the elephant.
Mbh.14.88.3913 On the third day, the sage Vyasa, the son of Satyavati, that foremost of eloquent men, approaching Yudhishthira said, From this day, O son of Kunti, do thou begin thy sacrifice.
Mbh.15.10.477 Do that, O king, which that righteous-souled ascetic, the son of Satyavati, has said.
Mbh.15.32.1311 At that time, through the puissance of his penances, the great ascetic, the son of Satyavati, gratified with Dhritarashtra, gave him celestial vision.
Mbh.16.8.351 SECTION Vaishampayana said: As Arjuna entered the asylum of the truthful Rishi, he beheld the son of Satyavati seated in a secluded spot.
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