Subhadra

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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.1.1.130 When I heard that Subhadra of the race of Madhu had, after forcible seizure been married by Arjuna in the city of Dwaraka, and that the two heroes of the race of Vrishni Krishna and Balarama the brothers of Subhadra without resenting it had entered Indraprastha as friends, then, O Sanjaya, I had no hope of success.
Mbh.1.1.169 When I heard that our disposition of forces, impenetrable by others, and defended by Bharadwaja himself well-armed, had been singly forced and entered by the brave son of Subhadra, then, O Sanjaya, I had no hope of success.
Mbh.1.2.299 Then comes Viduragamana advent of Vidura, Rajyalabha acquirement of kingdom, Arjuna-banavasa exile of Arjuna and Subhadra-harana the carrying away of Subhadra.
Mbh.1.2.363 The high-souled Vyasa composed these hundred parvas of which the above is only an abridgement: having distributed them into eighteen, the son of Suta recited them consecutively in the forest of Naimisha as follows: In the Adi parva are contained Paushya, Pauloma, Astika, Adivansavatara, Samva, the burning of the house of lac, the slaying of Hidimba, the destruction of the Asura Vaka, Chitraratha, the Swayamvara of Draupadi, her marriage after the overthrow of rivals in war, the arrival of Vidura, the restoration, Arjuna's exile, the abduction of Subhadra, the gift and receipt of the marriage dower, the burning of the Khandava forest, and the meeting with the Asura-architect Maya.
Mbh.1.2.374 This parva then describes Arjuna's meeting on the way with Ulupi, the daughter of a Naga serpent; it then relates his visits to several sacred spots; the birth of Vabhruvahana; the deliverance by Arjuna of the five celestial damsels who had been turned into alligators by the imprecation of a Brahmana, the meeting of Madhava and Arjuna on the holy spot called Prabhasa; the carrying away of Subhadra by Arjuna, incited thereto by her brother Krishna, in the wonderful car moving on land and water, and through mid-air, according to the wish of the rider; the departure for Indraprastha, with the dower; the conception in the womb of Subhadra of that prodigy of prowess, Abhimanyu; Yajnaseni's giving birth to children; then follows the pleasure-trip of Krishna and Arjuna to the banks of the Jamuna and the acquisition by them of the discus and the celebrated bow Gandiva; the burning of the forest of Khandava; the rescue of Maya by Arjuna, and the escape of the serpent, and the begetting of a son by that best of Rishis, Mandapala, in the womb of the bird Sarngi.
Mbh.1.2.382 Then comes the third parva called Aranyaka relating to the forest This parva treats of the wending of the Pandavas to the forest and the citizens, following the wise Yudhishthira, Yudhishthira's adoration of the god of day; according to the injunctions of Dhaumya, to be gifted with the power of maintaining the dependent Brahmanas with food and drink: the creation of food through the grace of the Sun: the expulsion by Dhritarashtra of Vidura who always spoke for his master's good; Vidura's coming to the Pandavas and his return to Dhritarashtra at the solicitation of the latter; the wicked Duryodhana's plottings to destroy the forest-ranging Pandavas, being incited thereto by Karna; the appearance of Vyasa and his dissuasion of Duryodhana bent on going to the forest; the history of Surabhi; the arrival of Maitreya; his laying down to Dhritarashtra the course of action; and his curse on Duryodhana; Bhima's slaying of Kirmira in battle; the coming of the Panchalas and the princes of the Vrishni race to Yudhishthira on hearing of his defeat at the unfair gambling by Sakuni; Dhananjaya's allaying the wrath of Krishna; Draupadi's lamentations before Madhava; Krishna's cheering her; the fall of Sauva also has been here described by the Rishi; also Krishna's bringing Subhadra with her son to Dwaraka; and Dhrishtadyumna's bringing the son of Draupadi to Panchala; the entrance of the sons of Pandu into the romantic Dwaita wood; conversation of Bhima, Yudhishthira, and Draupadi; the coming of Vyasa to the Pandavas and his endowing Yudhishthira with the power of Pratismriti; then, after the departure of Vyasa, the removal of the Pandavas to the forest of Kamyaka; the wanderings of Arjuna of immeasurable prowess in search of weapons; his battle with Mahadeva in the guise of a hunter; his meeting with the lokapalas and receipt of weapons from them; his journey to the regions of Indra for arms and the consequent anxiety of Dhritarashtra; the wailings and lamentations of Yudhishthira on the occasion of his meeting with the worshipful great sage Brihadaswa.
Mbh.1.2.402 Then the slaying by Bhima of the wicked Kichaka who, senseless with lust, had sought Draupadi; the appointment by prince Duryodhana of clever spies; and their despatch to all sides for tracing the Pandavas; the failure of these to discover the mighty sons of Pandu; the first seizure of Virata's kine by the Trigartas and the terrific battle that ensued; the capture of Virata by the enemy and his rescue by Bhimasena; the release also of the kine by the Pandava Bhima; the seizure of Virata's kine again by the Kurus; the defeat in battle of all the Kurus by the single-handed Arjuna; the release of the king's kine; the bestowal by Virata of his daughter Uttara for Arjuna's acceptance on behalf of his son by Subhadra, Abhimanyu, the destroyer of foes.
Mbh.1.61.2950 And Vibhatsu Arjuna there obtained for a wife the lotus-eyed and sweet-speeched younger sister of Vasudeva, Subhadra by name.
Mbh.1.63.3181 And Abhimanyu was born of Subhadra, the sister of Vasudeva through Arjuna, and was, therefore, the grandson of the illustrious Pandu.
Mbh.1.95.5344 And Arjuna also, repairing to Dwaravati, brought away by force Subhadra.
Mbh.1.221.10739 Meanwhile Subhadra, having paid her homage unto that prince of hills, Raivataka and having worshipped the deities and made the Brahmanas utter benedictions upon her, and having also walked round the hill, was coming towards Dwaravati.
Mbh.1.221.10742 Meanwhile, the armed attendants of Subhadra, beholding her thus seized and taken away, all ran, crying towards the city of Dwaraka.
Mbh.1.221.10766 That Pandava disregarding us and thee too hath today outraged Subhadra, desiring to compass his own death.
Mbh.1.222.10782 Subhadra is a renowned girl.
Mbh.1.222.10795 Stopped by them, Arjuna returned to Dwaraka and was united in marriage with Subhadra.
Mbh.1.222.10806 And returning soon unto where Subhadra, attired in red silk, was staying, Arjuna, sent her into the inner apartments dressed not as a queen but in the simple garb of a cowherd woman.
Mbh.1.222.10807 But arrived at the palace, the renowned Subhadra looked handsomer in that dress.
Mbh.1.222.10836 And unto Subhadra he gave the nuptial presents that had been given to her by her relatives.
Mbh.1.222.10843 That foremost one of Dasarha's race also gave unto Subhadra as her peculium ten carrier-loads of first class gold possessing the splendour of fire, some purified and some in a state of ore.
Mbh.1.222.10854 Then Subhadra, the favourite sister of Kesava, gave birth to an illustrious son, like Puloma's daughter, the queen of heaven bringing forth Jayanta.
Mbh.1.222.10855 And the son that Subhadra brought forth was of long arms, broad chest, and eyes as large as those of a bull.
Mbh.1.223.10908 Draupadi and Subhadra, exhilarated with wine, began to give away unto the women so sporting, their costly robes and ornaments.
Mbh.2.2.33 The illustrious Hrishikesa approached his own sister Subhadra affectionately, with his eyes filled with tears, and spoke unto her words of excellent import and truth, terse proper, unanswerable and fraught with good.
Mbh.2.2.34 The sweet-speeched Subhadra also, saluting him in return and worshipping him repeatedly with bent head, told him all that she wished to be conveyed to her relatives on the paternal side.
Mbh.2.24.1125 And, O Bharata, that chastiser of all foes having thus caused Jarasandha to be slain, took leave of Yudhishthira and Pritha, and Draupadi and Subhadra, and Bhimasena and Arjuna and the twins Nakula and Sahadeva.
Mbh.2.44.1821 The powerful Dhrishtadyumna followed without loss of time king Virata: and Dhananjaya followed the illustrious and mighty charioteer Yajnasena; and the mighty Bhimasena followed Bhishma and Dhritarashtra: and Sahadeva, that master of battle, followed the brave Drona and his son; and Nakula, O king, followed Suvala with his son; and the sons of Draupadi with the son of Subhadra followed those mighty warriors, the kings of the mountainous countries.
Mbh.2.44.1836 After this, Kesava bade farewell to Draupadi and Subhadra.
Mbh.3.22.1119 And causing Subhadra and Abhimanyu to ascend his golden car, Krishna, mounted it himself, worshipped by the Pandavas.
Mbh.3.80.3935 After Nakula's lamentations, Sahadeva said, He who having vanquished mighty warriors in battle won wealth and virgins and brought them unto the king on the occasion of the great Rajasuya sacrifice, that hero of immeasurable splendour who having vanquished single-handed the assembled Yadavas in battle, ravished Subhadra with the consent of Vasudeva, he, who having invaded the dominion of the illustrious Drupada gave, O Bharata, unto the preceptor Drona his tuition fee, beholding, O king, that Jishnu's bed of grass empty in our asylum, my heart refuses consolation.
Mbh.3.182.9016 And Arjuna asked, saying, How is Subhadra, and her son Abhimanyu'
Mbh.3.182.9032 And as you would direct them to conduct themselves, or as the respected Kunti would do, so does Subhadra direct them in a watchful way.
Mbh.3.233.11831 And Subhadra also, cheerfully and with her whole soul, looketh after them like thee, and like thee joyeth in them and deriveth much happiness from them.
Mbh.4.49.1891 Taking up Subhadra on his car, alone he challenged Krishna to single combat.
Mbh.4.72.2831 And then Dhananjaya, the son of Kunti, accepted Virata's daughter of faultless limbs on behalf of his son by Subhadra.
Mbh.4.72.2833 And having accepted her, the son of Pritha, with Janardana before him, caused the nuptial ceremonies to be performed of the illustrious son of Subhadra.
Mbh.5.48.2694 Indeed, when he will behold that son of Subhadra, a child in years but not in energy, skilled in weapons and like unto Indra himself, failing like Death's self upon the ranks of the foe, then will the son of Dhritarashtra repent for this war.
Mbh.5.56.3145 And excellent steed of large size, equal unto those of the Pandavas themselves in years and strength, endued with great swiftness and of handsome make, and all presented by the celestials, carry those youthful princes, the sons of Subhadra and Draupadi
Mbh.5.102.4755 That illustrious cow, O Matali, of universal form, who supporteth the western quarter ruled by Varuna is known by the name of Subhadra.
Mbh.5.140.6269 The brothers, the five Pandavas, the son of Draupadi, and the invincible son of Subhadra, will all embrace thy feet.
Mbh.6.19.915 The two sons of Madri, both endued with great effulgence, became the protectors of Bhima's wheels; while the five sons of Draupadi and the son of Subhadra all endued with great activity, protected Bhima from behind.
Mbh.6.25.1086 And that splendid bowman, the ruler of Kasi and that mighty car-warrior, Sikhandin, Dhrishtadyumna, Virata, and that unvanquished Satyaki, and Drupada, and the sons of Draupadi, and the mighty-armed son of Subhadra, all these, O lord of earth, severally blew their conches.
Mbh.6.45.2209 The son of Subhadra then upon the overthrow of his charioteer, was filled with wrath and pierced Vrihadvala, O king, with nine shafts, and with a couple of sharp arrows that grinder of foes also cut off Vrihadvala's standard, and with one more cut off one of the protectors of his car-wheels and with the other his charioteer
Mbh.6.47.2372 And beholding, O bull of Bharata's race, that standard failing in consequence of the shafts of Subhadra's son, the proud Bhima set up a loud shout for cheering the son of Subhadra.
Mbh.6.47.2375 And at this, ten great bowmen and mighty car-warriors of the Pandavas, quickly rushed on their cars for protecting the son of Subhadra.
Mbh.6.52.2686 And when the battle began in this way, the venerable Kuru grandsire, the mighty-armed Bhishma of terrible prowess, cased in mail, taking up his bow, and approaching them, showered an arrowy downpour on the heroic son of Subhadra, and the mighty car-warrior Arjuna, and the ruler of the Kekayas and Virata, and Dhrishtadyumna of Prishata's race, as also upon the Chedi and the Matsya warriors.
Mbh.6.55.2929 And beholding Dhrishtadyumna engaged in battle with Drona's son, the son of Subhadra, O Bharata, quickly came up scattering his sharp arrows.
Mbh.6.55.2938 Then that slayer of hostile heroes, the son of Subhadra, leaving aside that broken bow, took up another that was beautiful and tougher
Mbh.6.61.3303 Then that smiter of foes, the son of Subhadra, depending upon his prowess and might, advanced with undepressed heart against the Dhartarashtra host.
Mbh.6.62.3372 Then the sons of Draupadi, and that mighty car-warrior, the son of Subhadra, and Nakula and Sahadeva, and Dhrishtadyumna of Prishata's race, protecting Bhima's rear, rushed behind him, checking all by scattering their arrowy showers like the very clouds pouring rain on the mountain breast.
Mbh.6.62.3378 Beholding that mighty elephant advancing towards him, that slayer of hostile heroes, the brave son of Subhadra, slew it with a single shaft.
Mbh.6.72.3846 And those invincible warriors, viz, Satyaki and Chekitana, and the mighty son of Subhadra, proceeded against Salya and the Kaikeyas.
Mbh.6.73.3901 That tiger among men and slayer of hostile heroes, viz, the son of Subhadra, pierced Chitrasena with many sharp shafts and Purumitra also with seven shafts.
Mbh.6.73.3909 And the son of Subhadra, while smiting thy troops thus, seemed to glow in splendour.
Mbh.6.73.3910 Seeing that conduct of his, thy grandson Lakshmana then, O monarch, quickly fell upon the son of Subhadra.
Mbh.6.80.4184 Thereupon, all of them, unable to bear it coolly, showered on that foremost of car-warriors, viz, the son of Subhadra, a perfect down-pour of sharp shafts like rain-charged clouds pouring rain on the breast of the mountains of Meru.
Mbh.6.80.4188 Then that mighty car-warrior, the son of Subhadra, again sped at Vikarna many other arrows that were well-tempered, straight-going, and capable of penetrating every armour.
Mbh.6.85.4486 Chitrasena, and Vikarna, O king, and also Durmarshana, these car-warriors cased in golden mail, all rushed against the son of Subhadra.
Mbh.6.97.5170 Deprived of his car and about to be slain by the celebrated son of Subhadra, that king quickly jumped down from his car in shame, and hurled his sword in that battle at the high-souled Abhimanyu.
Mbh.6.101.5373 And the son of Subhadra, O Bharata, tossed those divisions of the Kaurava army like the tempest tossing a heap of cotton on all sides in the welkin.
Mbh.6.101.5380 And as the high-souled son of Subhadra careered on the field on his car whose limbs were decked with gold, people were incapable of finding an opportunity for striking him.
Mbh.6.101.5389 Therefore, go speedily and slay the heroic son of Subhadra in battle.
Mbh.6.102.5420 And how also did that slayer of hostile heroes, viz, the son of Subhadra, fight with Rishyasringa's son?
Mbh.6.102.5424 Sanjaya said, I will presently describe to thee, O sire, the awful battle that took place between that foremost of the Rakshasas and the son of Subhadra.
Mbh.6.102.5438 The son of Subhadra then, in that battle, with his straight shafts, obliged the Rakshasa to turn his back upon the field, like Sakra repulsing Maya in days of old.
Mbh.6.105.5600 Then that slayer of foes, viz, the son of Subhadra, having slain his antagonist's steeds and charioteer with nine arrows, uttered a loud shout.
Mbh.6.117.6373 Then the son of Subhadra pierced the ruler of Kosalas with eight shafts made wholly of iron.
Mbh.7.14.654 Then that slayer of hostile heroes, viz, the son of Subhadra, hurled with the might of his arms at Salya himself that very dart of great effulgence, decked with stones of lapis lazuli.
Mbh.7.23.1180 That excellent and best of bows, called the Raudra, which Rohini's son Valadeva had obtained, the latter gave unto the high-souled son of Subhadra, having been gratified with him.
Mbh.7.32.1694 Dhritarashtra said, I desire, O Suta, to hear in detail, how the invincible Abhimanyu, the son of Subhadra, hath been slain on the field of battle'
Mbh.7.33.1727 At last, regarding Drona incapable of being resisted by any one else, Yudhishthira placed that heavy and unbearable burden on the son of Subhadra.
Mbh.7.33.1747 If anybody, encountering me, escapes today with life, I shall not then regard myself begotten by Partha and born of Subhadra.
Mbh.7.33.1749 Yudhishthira said, Since protected by these tigers among men, these great bowmen endued with fierce might, these warriors that resemble the Sadhyas, the Rudras, or the Maruts, or are like the Vasus, or Agni or Aditya himself in prowess, thou venturest to pierce the invincible array of Drona, and since thou speakest so, let thy strength, O son of Subhadra be increased'
Mbh.7.34.1751 SECTION XXXIV Sanjaya said, Hearing these words of the intelligent Yudhishthira, the son of Subhadra, O Bharata, urged his charioteer towards Drona's array.
Mbh.7.35.1816 Covering those mighty car-warriors, their charioteers, and steeds with thick showers of arrows and causing them to turn back, the son of Subhadra uttered a leonine roar.
Mbh.7.35.1821 Provoked by him thus by means of those shafts of his that resembled snakes of virulent poison, they surrounded that unretreating son of Subhadra, desirous of slaying him.
Mbh.7.35.1836 After the heroic ruler of the Asmakas had thus been slain by the son of Subhadra, the whole of his force wavered and began to fly away from the field.
Mbh.7.35.1850 Beholding Salya thus pierced by the celebrated son of Subhadra, all the troops fled away in the very sight of Bharadwaja's son.
Mbh.7.36.1867 Hearing them say so, the son of Subhadra, smiling the while, pierced with his shafts those amongst them that had pierced him first.
Mbh.7.36.1874 Modest, wrathful, reverential to superiors, and exceedingly handsome, the son of Subhadra, out of regard for the hostile heroes, fought with them mildly.
Mbh.7.37.1884 While engaged in slaying his foes by means of superior weapons, the valiant son of Subhadra, endued with mighty energy, seemed, O Bharata, to be present everywhere.
Mbh.7.37.1886 Seeing that warrior of great proficiency in battle, Bharadwaja's son of great wisdom, with eyes expanded in joy, quickly came towards Kripa, and addressing him said, as if crushing by that speech of his the very vitals of thy son, O Bharata, the following words, Yonder cometh the youthful son of Subhadra at the head of the Parthas, delighting all his friends, and king Yudhishthira, and Nakula, and Sahadeva, and Bhimasena, the son of Pandu, and all his kinsmen, and relatives by marriage, and all who are watching the battle as spectators without taking any part in it.
Mbh.7.37.1901 Thus addressed by the Kuru king, those warriors, O monarch, excited with rage and desirous of slaying their foe, rushed, in the very sight of Drona at the son of Subhadra that daughter of the Satwata race.
Mbh.7.37.1903 I shall certainly devour the son of Subhadra today, like Rahu swallowing Surya sun'
Mbh.7.37.1908 Having said these words, O king, thy son Duhsasana, filled with rage and uttering a loud roar, rushed against the son of Subhadra and covered him with showers of arrows.
Mbh.7.37.1910 Duhsasana, however, filled with rage, and looking like an infuriated elephant, fought desperately with Abhimanyu, the son of Subhadra in that battle.
Mbh.7.38.1936 The Pandavas also, filled with rage and looking fierce like mighty lions, are rushing towards us, desirous of rescuing the son of Subhadra'
Mbh.7.38.1941 Then Karna, the most honoured of all bowmen, desirous of obtaining victory, pierced the son of Subhadra with hundreds of arrows, displacing his best weapons.
Mbh.7.38.1949 Beholding Karna in such distress, his younger brother, drawing the bow with great force, speedily proceeded against the son of Subhadra.
Mbh.7.38.1950 The Parthas then, and their followers uttered loud shouts and beat their musical instruments and applauded the son of Subhadra for his heroism
Mbh.7.39.1957 Meanwhile, the son of Subhadra, causing Karna by means of his arrows to turn away from the field, quickly rushed against the other great bowmen.
Mbh.7.39.1963 Then that bull among men, viz, the son of Subhadra, blowing his conch, speedily, fell upon the Bharata host, O bull of Bharata's race!
Mbh.7.39.1972 The son of Subhadra, rushed against the Kaurava troops, slaying foremost of car-warriors and steeds and elephants, Quickly consuming his foes, like a fire playing in the midst of a heap of dry grass, the son of Arjuna was seen careering through the midst of the Bharata army.
Mbh.7.41.2031 The path that the son of Subhadra had made for the Pandavas by the slaughter of numerous warriors and elephants was then filled up by the ruler of the Sindhus.
Mbh.7.42.2036 Against that chastiser of foes then, viz, the son of Subhadra, who was thus agitating the hostile host with his arrowy showers, the principal warriors of the Kaurava army rushed, each according to his rank and precedence.
Mbh.7.42.2046 Cased though he was in an iron coat of mail, the son of Subhadra pierced him in the chest with a far-reaching shaft.
Mbh.7.42.2049 They approached him, stretching their countless bows of diverse kinds, and the battle then that took place between the son of Subhadra and his foes was exceedingly fierce.
Mbh.7.43.2071 Beholding Rukmaratha, the honoured son of Salya, slain by the illustrious son of Subhadra, that Rukmaratha viz, who had vowed to consume his foe or take him alive, many princely friends of Salya's son, O king, accomplished in smiting and incapable of being easily defeated in battle, and owning standards decked with gold, came up for the fight.
Mbh.7.43.2073 Beholding the brave and invincible son of Subhadra singly encountered by all those wrathful princes endued with heroism and skill acquired by practice and strength and youth, and seeing him covered with showers of arrows, Duryodhana rejoiced greatly, and regarded Abhimanyu as one already made a guest of Yama's abode.
Mbh.7.44.2092 After Duryodhana was beaten back and a hundred princes slain, what course was pursued by the warriors of my army against the son of Subhadra'
Mbh.7.44.2097 Beholding them broken and routed, Drona and Drona's son, and Vrihadvala, and Kripa, and Duryodhana, and Karna, and Kritavarman, and Suvala's son Sakuni, rushed in great wrath against the unvanquished son of Subhadra.
Mbh.7.44.2105 Encountering Lakshmana, that slayer of hostile heroes, viz, the son of Subhadra, had his two arms and chest struck with his sharp shafts.
Mbh.7.44.2108 Saying thus that slayer of hostile heroes, viz, the mighty-armed son of Subhadra, took out a broad-headed arrow that resembled a snake just emerged from its slough.
Mbh.7.45.2122 SECTION XLV Dhritarashtra said, While the youthful and invincible son of Subhadra, never retreating from battle, was, after penetrating into our array, engaged in achieving feats worthy of his lineage, borne by his three-year old steeds of great might and of the best breed, and apparently trotting in the welkin, what heroes of my army encompassed him'
Mbh.7.45.2126 Many amongst them, endued with great strength, drawing their bows full six cubits long, showered on the heroic son of Subhadra arrowy downpours like torrents of rain.
Mbh.7.45.2151 Having slain Vrihadvala thus, the son of Subhadra careered it battle, paralysing thy warriors, -those great bowmen, by means of arrowy downpours, thick as rain
Mbh.7.46.2158 The son of Subhadra then slew six of Karna's brave counsellors, conversant with all modes of warfare, with their steeds and charioteers and cars.
Mbh.7.46.2186 Indeed, this slayer of hostile heroes, viz, the son of Subhadra, gratifieth me although he afflicteth my vital breath and stupefieth me with shafts.
Mbh.7.46.2188 The son of Subhadra, therefore, careering on the field of battle, gratifieth me greatly.
Mbh.7.47.2232 Stupefied with the violence of that stroke as also with the fatigue he had undergone, that slayer of hostile hosts, viz, the son of Subhadra, fell on the earth, deprived of his senses.
Mbh.7.49.2278 SECTION XLIX Sanjaya said, After the slaughter of that hero, that leader of car-divisions, viz, the son of Subhadra, the Pandava warriors, leaving their cars and putting off their armour, and throwing aside their Lows, sat, surrounding king Yudhishthira.
Mbh.7.49.2284 When Abhimanyu is slain, how shall I cast my eyes on Arjuna and also the blessed Subhadra deprived of her favourite son?
Mbh.7.49.2286 Desirous of achieving what is good, and expectant of victory, it is I who have done this great evil unto Subhadra and Kesava and Arjuna.
Mbh.7.50.2304 Worshipping him duly, and causing him to be seated, Yudhishthira, afflicted with grief on account of the death of his brother's son, said, Alas, while battling with many mighty bowmen, the son of Subhadra, surrounded by several great car-warriors of unrighteous propensities, hath been slain on the field.
Mbh.7.50.2305 The slayer of hostile heroes, the son of Subhadra, was a child in years and of childish understanding
Mbh.7.69.2960 He hath fulfilled the purposes of life, for the brave son of Subhadra, having blasted his foes by thousands, hath left the world, falling in the field of battle.
Mbh.7.70.3013 Not seeing the son of Subhadra there, Arjuna said, Pale is the colour I behold of the faces of you all.
Mbh.7.70.3020 Hath that slayer of heroes, viz, the son of Subhadra, that mighty bowman, having pierced that array, through numberless warriors of the enemy in battle, fallen, at last in the fight?
Mbh.7.70.3022 What warrior, deprived on his senses by Death ventured to slay that dear son of Subhadra, that favourite of Draupadi and Kesava, that child ever loved by Kunti?
Mbh.7.70.3044 Or, perhaps, when he was begotten by me, when he was the nephew of Madhva, when he was born in Subhadra he could not have uttered such lamentations.
Mbh.7.70.3050 I grieve for Subhadra, who, hearing of the death in battle of her unretreating son, will, afflicted with sorrow, cast away her life.
Mbh.7.70.3051 What will Subhadra missing Abhimanyu, say unto me?
Mbh.7.71.3098 All of us then, addressing thy son by Subhadra, who was equal to thyself, O lord, in prowess said unto him, O son, pierce this array of Drona,
Mbh.7.71.3101 As regards ourselves, we followed that hero, that son of Subhadra, desirous in that battle, of penetrating into the Dhritarashtra army by the same path by which Abhimanyu had entered it.
Mbh.7.71.3103 Then Drona, Kripa and Karna and Drona's son, and the king of the Kosalas, and Kritavarman, these six car-warriors surrounded the son of Subhadra.
Mbh.7.75.3272 Go, and comfort thy sister Subhadra with her daughter-in-law.
Mbh.7.76.3297 SECTION LXXVIII Sanjaya said, Hearing these words of the high-souled Kesava, Subhadra, afflicted with grief on account of the death of her son, began to indulge in these piteous lamentations: Oh, son of my wretched self, O thou that wast in prowess equal to thy father, O child, how couldst thou perish, going to battle!
Mbh.7.76.3331 And while cheerless Subhadra, afflicted with grief, was indulging in such lamentations, the princess of Panchala Draupadi, accompanied by Virata's daughter Uttara, came to her.
Mbh.7.76.3335 And the lotus-eyed one said, Grieve not, O Subhadra!
Mbh.7.124.6157 Without doubt, the venerable Kunti, and Draupadi, and Subhadra, are all, with their relatives and friends, beholding today exceedingly inauspicious omens.
Mbh.7.140.7104 Where, however, did this righteousness of yours go when ye slew in battle that child, viz, the son of Subhadra, while destitute of arms?
Mbh.7.145.7584 Since, however, thou hast addressed Vrikodara in many harsh speeches, and since thou with others hast slain the son of Subhadra out of my sight, therefore, this very day obtain the fruit of those offences of thine.
Mbh.7.168.9097 Surrounding these two heroes, these two mighty car-warriors, as we did the son of Subhadra we will strive, O king, to slay them, viz, this son of Vrishni's race and this son of Prishata.
Mbh.7.181.9895 Other great bowmen then despatched the son of Subhadra.
Mbh.7.196.10950 By an act of unrighteousness also was the son of Subhadra slain.
Mbh.7.197.11024 Let the wishes of king Duryodhana be crowned with success today, for I have today slain in battle the preceptor, that always cherished such friendly feelings towards us, that preceptor, who, without protecting, caused that child unacquainted with battle, viz, the son of Subhadra, to be slain by a multitude of wicked warriors, that preceptor, who with his son, sat indifferently, without answering, when Krishna in such distress, dragged into the assembly and sought to be made a slave, asked him to say the truth, that preceptor, who, white all the other warriors were fatigued, cased Duryodhana in invulnerable armour when the latter desired to slay Phalguna and who, having cased him so, appointed him to protect Jayadratha, who, being acquainted with the Brahma weapon, scrupled not to exterminate the Panchalas, headed by Satyajit, that had exerted themselves for my victory, that preceptor, who, whilst we were being unrighteously exiled from our kingdom, freely told us to go into the woods although he had been solicited by our friends to withhold his permission.
Mbh.8.5.114 Endued with great activity and incapable of being easily defeated in battle, the son of Duryodhana, ever obedient to his sire's commands, hath been slain by the son of Subhadra.
Mbh.8.5.130 The mighty Jayatsena the son of Jarasandha, the prince of the Magadhas, O king, hath been slain in battle by the high-souled son of Subhadra.
Mbh.8.6.167 Deprived of his car, that hero, viz, the son of Subhadra, still stayed in battle, remembering the duties of a Kshatriya.
Mbh.8.73.4421 I saw the heroic son of Subhadra of eyes like those of a bull, slain by six mighty car-warriors of cruel heart belonging to the Dhritarashtra army.
Mbh.8.73.4425 I swear by Truth to thee, O friend, that my limbs are burning at the thought that while the son of Subhadra was thus advancing, consuming the hostile army with his shafts, even on that occasion the wicked-souled Karna was engaged in acts of hostility to that hero, O lord!
Mbh.9.5.318 Abandoning honour and pride, the uterine sister of Vasudeva Subhadra is always serving Draupadi as veritable waiting woman.
Mbh.11.20.843 O reverend sir, whither wilt thou go, leaving behind thee the much-respected Subhadra, these thy sires that resemble the very celestials, and my own wretched self distracted with woe
Mbh.11.20.855 Having obtained the regions reserved for persons of righteous deeds, thou art now united, O son of Subhadra, with the apsaras!
Mbh.12.1.21 Having caused the death of the dear son of Subhadra, and of the sons of Draupadi, this victory, O holy one, appears to me in the light of a defeat.
Mbh.12.1.22 What wilt Subhadra of Vrishni's race, that sister-in-law of mine, say unto me?
Mbh.14.52.2304 They then saw, O monarch, king Dhritarashtra, and Vidura of great intelligence, and king Yudhishthira and the irresistible Bhimasena, and the two sons of Madri by Pandu; and the unvanquished Yuyatsu, seated before Dhritarashtra and Gandhari of great wisdom, and Pritha, and the beautiful Krishna, and the other ladies of Bharata's race with Subhadra counting first.
Mbh.14.52.2347 Placing his sister, the lady Subhadra, on the car, the mighty-armed Janarddana then, with the permission of both Yudhishthira and Kunti his paternal aunt, set out, accompanied by a large train of citizens.
Mbh.14.61.2792 His sister Subhadra, noticing that the slaughter of her son had not been mentioned, addressed her brother, saying, Do thou narrate the death of my son, O Krishna, and fell down on the earth in a swoon.
Mbh.14.61.2823 After the fall of that hero, this my sister Subhadra stricken with grief, indulged in loud lamentations, when she saw Kunti, like a female ospray.
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.14.61.2850 With her permission I have brought Subhadra here.
Mbh.14.66.2966 Accompanied by the son of Rukmini, by Yuyudhana, by Charudeshna, by Samva, by Gada, by Kritavarman, by the heroic Sarana, by Nisatha, and by the Unmukha, Vasudeva came with Valadeva at the head of the train, with Subhadra also accompanying him.
Mbh.14.66.2978 Behind her were Draupadi and the famous Subhadra, and the wives of the relatives of the Pandavas, all weeping piteously.
Mbh.14.66.2988 It behoveth thee, O Madhava, to rescue Uttara and Subhadra and Draupadi and myself, and Dharma's son Yudhishthira, and Bhima and Phalguna, and Nakula, and the irresistible Sahadeva.
Mbh.14.66.2997 Even these were the words, O son, that that slayer of hostile heroes, viz, the son of Subhadra, that irresistible hero, said unto Uttara.
Mbh.14.67.3004 SECTION LXVII Vaisampayana said, After Kunti had sat up, Subhadra, beholding her brother, began to weep aloud, and afflicted with excessive grief, said, O thou of eyes like lotus petals, behold the grandson of Arjuna of great intelligence.
Mbh.14.70.3101 Indeed, the wives of those Bharata lions, viz, Kunti and Drupada's daughter and Subhadra, and Uttara, and the wives of other lions among men, like ship-wrecked persons who have reached the shore after having obtained a boat, became exceedingly glad.
Mbh.14.88.3902 They then met Subhadra and the other ladies of the Kuru race with due formalities.
Mbh.14.88.3904 Draupadi and Subhadra and the other ladies of Kuru's race all made presents to them.
Mbh.15.1.16 Draupadi and Subhadra and the other ladies of the Pandavas behaved towards the old king and the queen as if they were their own father-in-law and mother-in-law.
Mbh.15.16.694 Then Draupadi with a cheerless face, accompanied by Subhadra, followed her weeping mother-in-law who was journeying on from desire of going into the woods.
Mbh.15.21.869 Draupadi had lost all her children, and the beautiful Subhadra also had become childless.
Mbh.15.29.1149 The sorrow that always exists in the heart of Gandhari, that which exists in the heart of Kunti, and that also which is cherished by Draupadi in her heart, and that burning grief, on account of the death of her son, which Krishna's sister Subhadra also cherishes, are all known to me.
Mbh.15.29.1176 The grief also of Kunti, of the daughter of Drupada, of Subhadra, and of the other members, male and female, and the daughters-in-law, of the Kuru race, became equally green.
Mbh.15.29.1184 The sister of Krishna, viz, Subhadra of sweet speech, burning with the loss of her son, grieves as deeply.
Mbh.15.31.1275 He was born of Subhadra.
Mbh.15.32.1299 There were the sons of Draupadi and the son of Subhadra, and the Rakshasa Ghatotkacha.
Mbh.15.33.1321 The Pandavas, full of joy, met with the mighty bowman Karna as also with the son of Subhadra, and the children of Draupadi.
Mbh.17.1.14 Installing Parikshit also on their throne, as king, the eldest brother of the Pandavas, filled with sorrow, addressed Subhadra, saying, This son of thy son will be the king of the Kurus.
Mbh.18.4.219 Behold the son of Subhadra, invincible in battle, now staying with Soma.
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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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