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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.1.2.388 Then hath been described the history of king Mandhata; then the history of prince Jantu; and how king Somaka by offering up his only son Jantu in sacrifice obtained a hundred others; then the excellent history of the hawk and the pigeon; then the examination of king Sivi by Indra, Agni, and Dharma; then the story of Ashtavakra, in which occurs the disputation, at the sacrifice of Janaka, between that Rishi and the first of logicians, Vandi, the son of Varuna; the defeat of Vandi by the great Ashtavakra, and the release by the Rishi of his father from the depths of the ocean.
Mbh.1.65.3270 The eldest of them all was Prahlada, the next was Sahradha; the third was Anuhrada; and after him were Sivi and Vashkala.
Mbh.1.67.3435 And, O king, that son of Diti who had been known as Sivi became on earth the famous monarch Druma.
Mbh.1.86.4818 I have heard that some time after he again entered the region of the celestials in company with Vasuman, Ashtaka, Pratarddana, and Sivi'
Mbh.1.93.5088 Sivi then addressed the king thus, I am, O king, Sivi by name, the son of Usinara.
Mbh.1.93.5093 Sivi then said, If thou regardest their purchase as improper, I give them to thee.
Mbh.1.93.5096 Yayati answered, O Sivi, thou hast indeed, obtained for thyself, possessed of the prowess of Indra, infinite worlds.
Mbh.1.93.5116 But how is it that Usinara's son, Sivi hath already left us behind'
Mbh.1.95.5283 And Pratipa married Sunanda, the daughter of Sivi, and begat upon her three sons, viz, Devapi, Santanu and Valhika.
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.1.198.9865 Vishwabhuk, Bhutadhaman, Sivi of great energy, Santi the fourth, and Tejaswin, these it is said were the five Indras of old.
Mbh.2.8.348 And Yayati, Nahusha, Puru, Mandhatri, Somaka, Nriga; the royal sage Trasadasyu, Kritavirya, Sautasravas; Arishtanemi, Siddha, Kritavega, Kriti, Nimi, Pratarddana, Sivi, Matsya, Prithulaksha, Vrihadratha, Vartta, Marutta, Kusika, Sankasya, Sankriti, Dhruva, Chaturaswa, Sadaswormi and king Kartavirya; Bharata and Suratha, Sunitha, Nisatha, Nala, Divodasa, and Sumanas, Amvarisha, Bhagiratha; Vyaswa, Vadhraswa, Prithuvega, Prithusravas, Prishadaswa, Vasumanas, Kshupa, and Sumahavala, Vrishadgu, and Vrishasena, Purukutsa, Dhwajin and Rathin; Arshtisena, Dwilipa, and the high-souled Ushinara; Ausinari, Pundarika, Saryati, Sarava, and Suchi; Anga, Rishta, Vena, Dushmanta, Srinjaya and Jaya; Bhangasuri, Sunitha, and Nishada, and Bahinara; Karandhama, Valhika, Sudymna, and the mighty Madhu; Aila and the mighty king of earth Maruta; Kapota, Trinaka, and Shadeva, and Arjuna also.
Mbh.3.106.5438 he had two wives proud of their beauty and of their youth, one a princess of the Vidarbha race, and the other of the royal line of Sivi.
Mbh.3.106.5447 And, O most praiseworthy of the sons of Manu ie, men, there the two lotus-eyed wives of him, the princess of Vidarbha and the princess of Sivi, came erelong to be with child.
Mbh.3.106.5448 And afterwards, on the due day, the princess of Vidarbha brought forth something of the shape of a gourd and the princess of Sivi gave birth to a boy as beautiful as a god.
Mbh.3.107.5514 Lomasa said, A son was born to Sagara, known by the name of Asamanjas, he who was given birth to by the princess of Sivi.
Mbh.3.193.9859 And as he was returning from that visit, he beheld king Sivi the son of Usinara, seated on his car, and as each came before the other, each saluted the other as best befitted his age and each regarding himself as the equal of the other in respect of qualities, refused to give the way to the other.
Mbh.3.193.9875 And having said so Narada became silent, and hearing what Narada had said the king of the Kuru race walking round Sivi, and praising his numerous achievements, gave him the way and went on in his course.
Mbh.3.196.9905 SECTION CLXLVI Markandeya said, One day it was resolved by the gods that they should descend on the earth and try the goodness and virtue of king Sivi, the son of Usinara.
Mbh.3.196.9907 And Agni took the form of a pigeon flying away from Indra who pursued him in the form of a hawk, and that pigeon fell upon the lap of king Sivi who was seated on an excellent seat.
Mbh.3.196.9932 O hawk, let the people of the Sivi tribe place before thee a bull cooked with rice instead of this pigeon.
Mbh.3.196.9945 Or, O hawk, if it pleases thee, command me to do some such thing which I may do for thee, which may be agreeable to thee, and upon doing which the men of the Sivi tribe may yet in joy bless me in terms of applause.
Mbh.3.196.9947 And at this appeal of the king, the hawk said, O king, if thou givest me as much flesh as would be equal to the weight of the pigeon, cutting it off thy right thigh; then can the pigeon be properly saved by thee; then wouldst thou do what would be agreeable to me and what the men of the Sivi tribe would speak of in terms of praise'
Mbh.3.197.9963 And there came unto that sacrifice the three brothers also of that king, viz, Pratardana, Vasumanas, and Sivi, the son of Usinara.
Mbh.3.197.10017 And Narada answered, saying, Sivi will go, but I will fall down'
Mbh.3.197.10020 And Narada said, I am not the equal of Sivi.
Mbh.3.197.10021 For one day a Brahmana came unto Sivi and addressing him, said, O Sivi, I came to thee for food'
Mbh.3.197.10022 And Sivi replied unto him, saying.
Mbh.3.197.10028 And Sivi then killed his son and cooking him duly and placing that food in a vessel and taking it upon his head, he went out in search of the Brahmana and while Sivi was thus seeking, for the Brahmana, some one told him, The Brahmana thou seekest, having entered thy city, is setting fire to thy abode and he is also setting fire, in wrath, to thy treasury, thy arsenal, the apartments of the females and thy stables for horses and elephants'
Mbh.3.197.10029 And Sivi heard all this, without change of colour, and entering his city spoke unto the Brahmana, O holy one, the food has been cooked'
Mbh.3.197.10031 And Sivi with a view to gratifying the Brahmana said, O holy one, eat thou this'
Mbh.3.197.10032 And the Brahmana looking at Sivi for a moment said, Eat it thyself'
Mbh.3.197.10033 And thereupon Sivi said, Let it be so'
Mbh.3.197.10034 And Sivi cheerfully taking the vessel from his head desired to eat it and thereupon the Brahmana caught hold of Sivi's hand and addressing him said, Thou hast conquered wrath.
Mbh.3.197.10036 And saying this, that Brahmana adored Sivi, and then as Sivi cast his eyes before him, he beheld his son standing like a child of the gods, decked in ornaments and yielding a fragrance from his body and the Brahmana, having accomplished all this, made himself visible and it was Vidhatri himself who had thus come in that guise to try that royal sage, and after Vidhatri had disappeared, the counsellors addressed the king, saying, Thou knowest everything.
Mbh.3.197.10038 And Sivi answered, It was not for fame, nor for wealth, nor from desire of acquiring objects of enjoyment that I did all this.
Mbh.3.207.10714 And, O Brahmana, king Sivi, the son of Usinara, of great forbearance attained to heaven, which is hard to reach, giving away his own flesh.
Mbh.3.265.12900 And hearing Kotikakhya's words, Jayadratha said to that scion of the race of Sivi, Having listened only to her speech, my heart has been lovingly inclined towards that ornament of womankind.
Mbh.3.265.12914 Art thou, as sole ruler, governing with justice the rich countries of Saivya, Sivi, Sindhu and others that thou hast brought under thy sway?
Mbh.3.269.13049 And the warriors of the Sivi, Sauvira and Sindhu tribes, at the sight of those powerful heroes looking like fierce tigers, lost heart.
Mbh.3.292.14278 In truthfulness of speech and devotion unto Brahmanas, he is like Sivi, the son of Usinara.
Mbh.4.56.2164 And seated on the car of the lord of the celestials, appeared the effulgent persons of king, Vasumanas and Valakshas and Supratarddana, and Ashtaka and Sivi and Yayati and Nahusha and Gaya and Manu and Puru and Raghu and Bhanu and Krisaswa and Sagara and Nala.
Mbh.5.90.4191 He that is endued with modesty, is firm in truth, with senses under control and compassions for all creatures, he that hath vanquished both lust and malice and always treadeth the path of the righteous, he that ably bore the heavy burthen borne by Amvarisha and Mandhatri Yayati and Nahusha and Bharata and Dilip and Sivi the son of Usinara and other royal sages of old, he that is endued with an excellent character and disposition, he that is conversant with virtue, and whose prowess is incapable of being baffled, he that is fit to become the monarch of the three worlds in consequence of his possession of every accomplishment, he that is the foremost of all the Kurus lawfully and in respect of learning and disposition, who is handsome and mighty-armed and hath no enemy, Oh, how is that Yudhishthira of virtuous soul, and of complexion like that of pure gold?
Mbh.5.118.5316 And, in due time, was born unto him a son of the splendour of the morning sun, who afterwards became an excellent king, celebrated by the name Sivi.
Mbh.5.121.5383 Beholding meanwhile four mighty kings, viz, Pratardana, Vasumanas, Sivi, the son of Usinara, and Ashtaka, assembled together in the woods of Naimisha, the king fell amongst them.
Mbh.5.122.5427 After this, Sivi, the intelligent son of Usinara, said these sweet words, Unto children and women in jest, danger, or calamity, in distress, or at dice, I have never spoken a falsehood.
Mbh.6.9.492 This land is the beloved one of Indra, and, O thou of Bharata's race, this land, O monarch, that is called after Bharata, is also the beloved land of Manu, the son of Vivaswat, of Prithu, of Vainya, of the high-souled Ikshwaku, of Yayati, of Amvarisha, of Mandhatri, of Nahusha, of Muchukunda, of Sivi the son of Usinara, of Rishava, of Ila, of king Nriga, of Kusika, O invincible one, of the high-souled Gadhi, of Somaka, O irrepressible one, and of Dilipa, and also, O monarch, of many other mighty Kshatriyas.
Mbh.7.8.286 Then Bhimasena and Dhananjaya and the grandson of Sini, and the sons of Drupada, and the ruler of Kasi, viz, the son of Saivya, and Sivi himself, cheerfully and with loud roars covered him with their arrows.
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.7.56.2625 SECTION LVIII Narada said, Usinara's son, Sivi also, O Srinjaya, we hear, fell a prey to death.
Mbh.7.56.2627 The vanquisher of foes, viz, king Sivi.
Mbh.7.56.2633 And king Sivi gave away the sacred earth consisting of diverse kinds of soil unto the Brahmanas.
Mbh.7.56.2634 Indeed, Usinara's son, Sivi, gave away as many kine as the number of rain-drops showered on the earth, or the number of stars in the firmament, or the number of sand-grains or, the bed of Ganga, or the number of rocks that constitute the mountain called Meru, or the number of gems or of aquatic animals in the ocean.
Mbh.7.56.2635 The Creator himself hath not met with and will not meet within the past, the present, or the future, another king capable of bearing the burdens that king Sivi bore.
Mbh.7.56.2636 Many were the sacrifices, with every kind of rites, that king Sivi performed.
Mbh.7.56.2644 Gratified with his righteous deeds, Rudra granted Sivi a boon, saying, As thou givest away, let thy wealth, thy devotion, thy fame, thy religious acts, the love that all creatures bear thee, and the heaven thou attain, be all inexhaustible'
Mbh.7.56.2645 Having obtained all these desirable boons, even Sivi, when the time came, left this world for heaven.
Mbh.7.140.7086 Commanded by me as also by the illustrious Krishna, repair thou to the region of the righteous, even where Sivi, the son of Usinara, is'
Mbh.7.152.7957 Then king Sivi, of great prowess, filled with rage, proceeded against that mighty car-warrior, viz, the heroic son of Bharadwaja, while the latter was thus employed in grinding the hostile combatants.
Mbh.7.152.7959 Sivi, however, pierced Drona in return with thirty shafts, winged with Kanka feathers.
Mbh.7.152.7961 Drona then, slaying the steeds of the illustrious Sivi as also the driver of his car, cut off from his trunk Sivi's head with head-gear on it.
Mbh.12.29.1405 We hear also, O Srinjaya, that Sivi, the son of Usinara, fell a prey to death.
Mbh.12.29.1407 Riding on a single car that proved victorious in every battle, king Sivi caused the whole earth to resound with the rattle of his wheels and subjugated all monarchs
Mbh.12.29.1408 Usinara's son Sivi gave away, in a sacrifice, all the kine and horses he had, both domestic and wild.
Mbh.12.29.1409 The Creator himself thought that no one amongst the kings of the past or the future had or would have the ability to bear the burthen, O Srinjaya, that Usinara's son Sivi, that foremost of kings, that hero who was possessed of prowess equal to that of Indra himself, bore.
Mbh.12.29.1411 Indeed, O Srinjaya, when Sivi, who was far superior to thee in the four attributes and who was purer than thy son, fell a prey to death, do not grieve for thy son that is dead.
Mbh.12.142.8695 Those high-souled kings of old, viz, Sivi and others, O king, attained to great bliss in heaven by having protected suppliants.
Mbh.12.165.9911 From the Yadus it was taken by Sivi.
Mbh.12.165.9912 From Sivi it descended to Pratardana.
Mbh.12.233.14479 Usinara's son Sivi, having given away his own limbs and the dear son of loins for the sake of a Brahmana, ascended to heaven from this world.
Mbh.12.292.18288 The royal son of Sivi also won the highest regions of felicity by having gratified Surya along with his companion with offerings of the same kind.
Mbh.13.32.4016 Through the merit of his act, the royal sage Sivi proceeded to eternal Heaven.
Mbh.13.32.4020 The royal sage Sivi of pure soul and endued with great wisdom and unbaffled prowess, that ruler of the kingdom of Kasi, became celebrated over the three worlds for his deeds of righteousness.
Mbh.13.32.4021 Anybody who would protect in the same way a seeker for protection, would certainly attain like Sivi himself to the same happy end, O best of the Bharatas.
Mbh.13.61.5937 King Sivi himself had said this, viz, Fie on that king in whose kingdom a Brahmana or even any other man languishes from hunger'
Mbh.13.67.6378 The end that was attained in former days by king Sivi in consequence of his having granted life to the pigeon is acquired by him, O monarch, who makes a gift of food unto a Brahmana.
Mbh.13.94.8551 There were also the Rishi Galava, and Ashtaka and Bharadwaja and Arundhati and the Valakhilyas; and Sivi and Dilipa and Nahusha and Amvarisha and the royal Yayati and Dhundhumara and Puru.
Mbh.13.94.8597 Sivi said, Let him who has stolen thy stalks die without having established a fire for daily worship!
Mbh.13.115.10347 They were Nabhaga and Amvarisha and the high-souled Gaya and Ayu and Anaranya and Dilipa and Raghu and Puru and Kartavirya and Aniruddha and Nahusha and Yayati and Nrigas and Vishwaksena and Sasavindu and Yuvanaswa and Sivi, the son of Usinara, and Muchukunda and Mandhatri, and Harischandra.
Mbh.13.137.11340 King Sivi, the son of Usinara, by offering the life of his dear son, for the benefit of a Brahmana, was translated from this world to heaven.
Mbh.14.90.4209 Usinara's son Sivi of excellent vows, by giving away the flesh of his own body, is rejoicing in Heaven, having attained to the regions of the righteous.
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