Suta

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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.1.1.200 All around me is utter darkness, and a fit of swoon assaileth me: consciousness leaves me, O Suta, and my mind is distracted
Mbh.1.2.251 SECTION II The Rishis said, O son of Suta, we wish to hear a full and circumstantial account of the place mentioned by you as Samanta-panchaya'
Mbh.1.2.270 The Rishis said, We have a desire to know, O son of Suta, what is implied by the term Akshauhini that hath been used by thee.
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.1.5.996 Saunaka said, O son of Suta, I ask thee why the illustrious son of Bhrigu was named Chyavana.
Mbh.1.31.1798 SECTION XXXI Astika Parva continued Saunaka said, O son of Suta, what was Indra's fault, what his act of carelessness?
Mbh.1.35.1957 SECTION XXXV Astika Parva continued Saunaka said, O son of Suta, thou hast told us the reason why the snakes were cursed by their mother, and why Vinata also was cursed by her son.
Mbh.1.40.2110 SECTION XL Astika Parva continued Saunaka said, O son of Suta, I desire to know the reason why the illustrious Rishi whom thou hast named Jaratkaru came to be so called on earth.
Mbh.1.51.2640 For when the sacrificial platform was being constructed, a professional builder of great intelligence and well-versed in the knowledge of laying foundations, a Suta by caste, well-acquainted with the Puranas, said, The soil upon which and the time at which the measurement for the sacrificial platform has been made, indicate that this sacrifice will not be completed, a Brahmana becoming the reason thereof'
Mbh.1.53.2653 It behoveth thee to describe all these in detail, so that, O son of Suta, we may know who were acquainted with the rituals of the snake-sacrifice'
Mbh.1.56.2777 Sauti continued, The illustrious Suta named Lohitaksha also, conversant with the Puranas, had said so before.
Mbh.1.57.2807 SECTION LVII Astika Parva continued Saunaka said, O son of a Suta, I desire to hear the names of all those snakes that fell into the fire of this snake-sacrifice'
Mbh.1.58.2831 Saunaka said, Was it, O Suta, that the mantras of those wise Brahmanas were not potent; since Takshaka did not fall into the fire'
Mbh.1.58.2835 Let the sacrifice be ended, let the snakes be safe, let this Astika also be gratified, O Suta, thy words also be true'
Mbh.1.58.2839 And unto Suta Lohitaksha, conversant with the rules of building and foundations, who had at the commencement said that a Brahmana would be the cause of the interruption of the snake-sacrifice, the king gave much wealth.
Mbh.1.59.2864 O son of Suta, I have been much gratified with thee.
Mbh.1.59.2865 I ask thee again, to recite to me, O son of a Suta, the history composed by Vyasa.
Mbh.1.59.2866 The varied and wonderful narrations that were recited amongst those illustrious Sadasyas assembled at the sacrifice, in the intervals of their duties of that long-extending ceremony, and the objects also of those narrations, I desire to hear from thee, O son of a Suta!
Mbh.1.59.2873 Thou foremost of good men, recite it unto me, for, O son of a Suta, my thirst hath not been appeased by all thou hast said'
Mbh.1.63.3158 And the Suta was born of Kunti in her maidenhood through Surya.
Mbh.1.67.3575 And, O best of kings, the hero began to grow up in the Suta caste.
Mbh.1.111.6133 Then the well-known husband of Radha, of the Suta caste, took up the child thus cast into the water, and he and his wife brought him up as their own son.
Mbh.1.134.7177 The Vrishnis and the Andhakas, and princes from various lands, and the adopted son of Radha of the Suta caste, Karna, all became pupils of Drona.
Mbh.1.134.7178 But of them all, the Suta child Karna, from jealousy, frequently defied Arjuna, and supported by Duryodhana, used to disregard the Pandavas.
Mbh.1.188.9446 And beholding the son of Surya, Karna of the Suta tribe, like unto fire, or Soma, or Surya himself, resolved to shoot the mark, those foremost of bowmen, the sons of Pandu, regarded the mark as already shot and brought down upon the ground.
Mbh.1.188.9447 But seeing Karna, Draupadi loudly said, I will not select a Suta for my lord'
Mbh.1.203.10071 The monarch then addressed him and said, Thou, O son of a Suta, art gifted with great wisdom and accomplished in arms.
Mbh.2.66.2695 Vaisampayana continued, Thus commanded, the Pratikamin, who was of the Suta caste, hearing the words of the king, proceeded with haste, and entering the abode of the Pandavas, like a dog in a lion's den, approached the queen of the sons of Pandu.
Mbh.2.66.2705 Draupadi said, O son of the Suta race, go, and ask that gambler present in the assembly, whom he hath lost first, himself, or me.
Mbh.2.66.2706 Ascertaining this, come hither, and then take me with thee, O son of the Suta race'
Mbh.2.66.2710 Yudhishthira, however sat there like one demented and deprived of reason and gave no answer good or ill to the Suta.
Mbh.2.66.2723 Vaisampayana continued, The Suta, hearing these words of Yajnaseni, came back to the assembly and repeated the words of Draupadi.
Mbh.2.66.2728 And casting his eyes upon them, king Duryodhana, glad at heart, addressed the Suta and said, O Pratikamin, bring her hither.
Mbh.2.66.2730 The Suta, then, obedient to his commands, but terrified at the possible wrath of the daughter of Drupada, disregarding his reputation for intelligence, once again said to those that were in the assembly, what shall I say unto Krishna'
Mbh.2.66.2731 Duryodhana, hearing this, said, O Dussasana, this son of my Suta, of little intelligence, feareth Vrikodara.
Mbh.2.69.3001 Obedient to the king and bound by the tie of virtue and duty, burning everything with his eyes inflamed by anger, he said, O king, I cannot be angry at these words of this son of a Suta, for we have truly entered the state of servitude.
Mbh.2.79.3416 Forbidden by Bhishma, by Drona, and by Vidura, thy wicked-minded and shameless son Duryodhana sent his Suta messenger commanding him to bring into court the beloved and virtuous wife of the Pandavas.
Mbh.3.18.884 The car had not gone far when that best of warriors regained his senses, and taking up his bow addressed his charioteer, saying, O son of the Suta tribe, what hast thou done?
Mbh.3.18.887 O son of a Suta, hast thou been bewildered at the sight of a Salwa in that fierce encounter?
Mbh.3.18.902 O son of Daruka, never do so again; never, O Suta, turn thou from the fight, while I am alive!
Mbh.3.18.907 Versed as thou art with all the customs of the Vrishnis in battle, do thou, O Suta, never again fly from the field as thou hast done!
Mbh.3.18.910 What also, O Suta, will that lion among men, the grand-son of Sini Satyaki, that great warrior, say on hearing that I have forsaken the fight?
Mbh.3.18.917 Ridicule, with exclamation of Fie, is to me or a person like me O Suta, more than death!
Mbh.3.18.921 O Suta, when the brave Kritavarman was sallying out to encounter Salwa, I prevented him, saying I will resist Salwa.
Mbh.3.18.928 O Suta, having left the field of battle and with wounds of arrows on my back while being carried away by thee, I shall, by no means, be able to live!
Mbh.3.18.930 I do not, O Suta, think life worth much, having fled from the field like a coward, and my back pierced, with the arrows of the enemy!
Mbh.3.18.932 O son of Suta, fly in fear from the field of battle like coward?
Mbh.3.19.935 SECTION XIX Vasudeva continued, Thus addressed, the son of Suta race replied in haste unto Pradyumna, that foremost of all endued with strength, in these sweet words, O son of Rukmini, I fear not to guide the horses on the field of battle, and I am acquainted also with the customs of the Vrishnis in war!
Mbh.3.73.3677 Meanwhile, the princess of Vidharva, Damayanti, afflicted with grief, having beheld the royal son of Bhangasura, and Varshneya of the Suta race, and also Vahuka in that guise, asked herself, Whose is this car-rattle?
Mbh.3.86.4757 And Karna also of the Suta caste is a mighty warrior versed in celestial weapons.
Mbh.3.251.12410 while thou with thy army wert crying distressfully, thou didst witness the prowess of the high-souled Pandavas, and also, O mighty-armed one, of the wicked son of the Suta, Karna.
Mbh.3.252.12455 Then going to Sisupala's son, the son of the Suta defeated him and that highly powerful one also brought under his sway all the neighbouring rulers.
Mbh.3.306.15034 And carried by the waves of the Ganga, the child contained in the basket came to the city of Champa ruled by a person of the Suta tribe.
Mbh.3.307.15036 SECTION CCCVII Vaisampayana said, And it came to pass that at this time a Suta named Adhiratha, who was a friend of Dhritarashtra, came to the river Ganga, accompanied by his wife.
Mbh.3.308.15096 In thy hand, however, this dart, O son of Suta, will slay only one powerful enemy of thine.
Mbh.4.14.588 Addressed in these accursed words by Kichaka, that chaste daughter of Drupada answered him thus reprovingly, Do not, O son of a Suta, act so foolishly and do not throw away thy life.
Mbh.4.15.628 And beholding Krishna in his presence like a frightened doe, the Suta rose up from his seat, and felt the joy that is felt by a person wishing to cross to the other shore, when he obtains a boat
Mbh.4.16.657 And the weeping Draupadi of fair hips, approaching the entrance of the court, and seeing her melancholy lords, desirous yet of keeping up the disguise duty-bound by their pledge, with eyes burning in fire, spoke these words unto the king of the Matsyas, Alas, the son of a Suta hath kicked today the proud and beloved wife of those whose foe can never sleep in peace even if four kingdoms intervene between him and them.
Mbh.4.16.658 Alas, the son of a Suta hath kicked today the proud and beloved wife of those truthful personages, who are devoted to Brahmanas and who always give away without asking any thing in gift.
Mbh.4.16.660 the son of a Suta hath kicked today the proud and beloved wife of those, the sounds of whose kettle-drums and the twangs of whose bow-strings are ceaselessly heard.
Mbh.4.16.661 Alas, the son of a Suta hath kicked today the proud and beloved wife of those who are possessed of abundant energy and might, and who are liberal in gifts and proud of their dignity.
Mbh.4.16.662 Alas, the son of a Suta hath kicked today the proud and beloved wife of those who, if they had not been fettered by the ties of duty, could destroy this entire world.
Mbh.4.21.887 Hearing all this, I again addressed the lust-afflicted Suta, saying, Thou art no match for those illustrious Gandharvas.
Mbh.4.22.956 Do thou, O son of Kunti, repair to that dancing-hall, and take the life, O Pandava, of Kichaka, that son of a Suta intoxicated with vanity.
Mbh.4.22.957 From vanity alone, that son of a Suta slights the Gandharvas.
Mbh.4.22.999 And thus that powerful Suta and the Pandava, intoxicated with strength and challenging each other, grappled with each other at midnight in that solitary place.
Mbh.4.22.1002 And bearing for a moment only that onslaught incapable of being born on earth, the Suta, overpowered by Bhima's might, became enfeebled.
Mbh.4.23.1030 And then those persons of the Suta clan thus assembled together espied Krishna of faultless limbs hard by, who stood reclining on a pillar.
Mbh.4.23.1032 Or, without slaying her here, let us cremate her with him that had lusted after her, for it behoveth us to accomplish in every way what is agreeable to that deceased son of Suta'
Mbh.4.23.1036 Thus addressed by them, king Virata, O monarch, knowing fully well the prowess of the Suta gave his assent to Sairindhri being burnt along with the Suta's son.
Mbh.4.23.1039 And, O king, while thus forcibly carried towards the cemetary by those sons of the Suta tribe, the blameless and chaste Krishna living under the protections of her lords, then wailed aloud for the help of her husbands, saying, Oh, let Jaya, and Jayanta, and Vijaya and Jayatsena, and Jayadvala listen to my words.
Mbh.4.30.1224 SECTION XXX Vaisampayana said, Discomfited before, O monarch, many a time and oft by Matsya's Suta Kichaka aided by the Matsyas and the Salyas, the mighty king of the Trigartas, Susarman, who owned innumerable cars, regarding the opportunity to be a favourable one, then spoke the following words without losing a moment.
Mbh.4.52.2019 And addressing the preceptor, he said, O preceptor, stand thou in the centre, and let Aswatthaman stand on the left, and let the wise Kripa, son of Saradwata, defend the right wing, and let Karna of the Suta caste, clad in mail, stand in the van.
Mbh.4.54.2072 And when his brother was slain, Vikartana's son of the Suta caste, mustering all his prowess, rushed at Arjuna, like a huge elephant with out-stretched tusks, or like a tiger at a mighty bull.
Mbh.5.8.282 Thou tellest me to so act that the vile son of the Suta may be dispirited in fight.
Mbh.5.22.959 I do not so much dread Arjuna or Bhima or Krishna or the twin brothers as I dread the wrath of the king, O Suta, when his wrath is excited.
Mbh.5.22.968 O Suta, there is nothing that Yudhishthira, the son of Kunti, would not do at the bidding of Krishna.
Mbh.5.23.975 And the son of Gavalgana, by name Sanjaya and by caste a Suta, cheerfully spoke unto Ajatasatru, How lucky, O king, that I see you hale, attended by friends and little inferior to the great Indra.
Mbh.5.23.984 O Suta, after a long while do I now receive news of the aged king of the Kurus, that descendant of Bharata.
Mbh.5.25.1036 SECTION XXV Yudhishthira said, Here are met the Pandavas and the Srinjayas, and Krishna, and Yuyudhana and Virata, O son of the Suta Gavalgana, tell us all that Dhritarashtra hath directed thee to say'
Mbh.5.30.1324 O Suta, thou never utterest harsh and cutting words, or those that are false or bitter.
Mbh.5.30.1331 O Suta, repairing unto the priest of king Dhritarashtra as also unto his preceptors and Ritwijas, thou shouldst address them and enquire after their welfare.
Mbh.5.30.1348 Unto each of these thou must speak words which thou mayst consider suitable, enquiring, O Suta, after his welfare.
Mbh.5.47.2651 And after the night had passed away, all the princes and chiefs, entered the court-hall with joyous hearts and desirous of seeing that Suta who had returned.
Mbh.5.47.2664 And the Suta said, Ye Kauravas, know that having gone to the Pandavas I am just returning from them.
Mbh.5.48.2687 Ready to lay down their very lives, the allied monarchs, O Suta, urged to battle by king Yudhishthira the just, will furiously advance on their resplendent cars against the hostile army.
Mbh.5.48.2786 O Suta, they that are invincible in battle even if encountered with the aid of the very gods headed by Indra, even against them that son of Dhritarashtra thinketh of warring!
Mbh.5.49.2830 Know that the great calamity that is about to overtake thy sons of wicked souls, is the act of this wretched son of a Suta!
Mbh.5.49.2835 When thy son was being led away as a captive by the Gandharvas on the occasion of the tale of the cattle, where was this son of a Suta then who now belloweth like a bull?
Mbh.5.50.2845 How also is Yudhishthira acting, in view of the coming strife, O Suta, who amongst his brothers and sons are looking up to his face, desirous of receiving his orders?
Mbh.5.57.3199 And when the righteous Yudhishthira the son of Kunti said this, Dhrishtadyumna fearlessly addressed me in these words, Go thou, O Suta, without delay, and say unto all those that have come to fight for Duryodhana, say unto the Kurus of the Pratipa dynasty with the Vahlikas, the son of Saradwata and Karna and Drona, and Drona's son, and Jayadratha, and Dussasana, and Vikarna and king Duryodhana, and Bhishma, Do not suffer yourselves to be slain by Arjuna, who is protected by the celestials.
Mbh.5.59.3257 And Vasudeva said, O Sanjaya, say thou these words unto the wise Dhritarashtra and in the hearing of that foremost of the Kurus, Bhishma, and also of Drona, having first saluted at our request, O Suta, all the aged ones and hawing enquired after the welfare of the younger ones, Do ye celebrate diverse sacrifices, making presents unto the Brahmanas, and rejoice with your sons and wives, for a great danger threatens ye?
Mbh.5.141.6297 The Suta, Adhiratha, as soon as he beheld me, took me to his home, and from her affection for me, Radha's breasts were filled with milk that very day, and she, O Madhava, cleansed my urine and evacuations.
Mbh.5.141.6299 So also Adhiratha of the Suta class regardeth me as a son, and I too, from affection, always regard him as my father.
Mbh.5.141.6309 I have performed many sacrifices, always however in connection with persons of the Suta tribe.
Mbh.5.145.6488 Thou, O Karna, art not born in the Suta order.
Mbh.5.160.7071 O Suta, my understanding is capable of seeing the defects of measures, but when I approach Duryodhana, that understanding of mine turneth away from that right path.
Mbh.5.161.7221 Without having vanquished in battle the invincible Karna of the Suta race, or Salya, that foremost of persons, or Drona, the first of all mighty warriors and equal unto the lord of Sachi in battle, how canst thou, O Partha, covet for thy kingdom?
Mbh.6.10.519 SECTION X Dhritarashtra said, Tell me, O Sanjaya, of the period of life, the strength, the good and bad things, the future, past and present, of the residents, O Suta, of this Varsha of Bharata, and of the Himavat-varsha, as also of Hari-varsha, in detail
Mbh.6.65.3529 It behoveth thee, therefore, O Suta, to tell me, who asketh thee, everything about the true cause of all these.
Mbh.6.84.4380 Thou always speakest of the sons of Pandu as cheerful and never routed, O Suta and thou speakest of mine as cheerless, deprived of energy, and constantly vanquished in battle.
Mbh.6.90.4710 I think, O Suta, that they are completely overtaken by evil destiny, inasmuch as my sons never conquer but are always vanquished.
Mbh.6.99.5261 On that occasion, O lord, thy brave uterine brothers had all fled, as also Radha's son of the Suta caste.
Mbh.6.124.6901 As thou tellest me, O, Bhishma, I am Kunti's son, and not the son of a Suta!
Mbh.6.124.6902 I was, however, abandoned by Kunti, and I have been reared by a Suta.
Mbh.7.1.34 The son of Radha, our friend, the son of a Suta, that one who is ever prepared to lay down his life in battle!
Mbh.7.1.50 Dhritarashtra said, I understand that the hearts of all of you are turned towards Vikartana's son Karna, and that all of you, saw that son of Radha, that hero of the Suta caste, ever prepared to lay down his life in battle.
Mbh.7.2.55 SECTION II Sanjaya said, Then Adhiratha's son of the Suta caste, knowing that Bhishma had been slain, became desirous of rescuing, like a brother, thy son's army from the distress into which it had fallen, and which then resembled a boat sunk in the fathomless ocean.
Mbh.7.10.358 And once more he began to interrogate Gavalgana's son of the Suta caste about the incidents, as they occured in the battle'
Mbh.7.11.450 O Suta, in killing these that are ripe for destruction, the very straw becomes thunderbolt.
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.7.34.1761 O son of a Suta, getting my maternal uncle Vishnu himself, the conqueror of the universe or my sire, Arjuna, as an antagonist in battle, fear would not enter my heart'
Mbh.7.44.2090 SECTION XLIV Dhritarashtra said, That which thou tellest me, O Suta, about the battle, fierce and terrible, between the one and the many, and the victory of that illustrious one, that story of the prowess of Subhadra's son is highly wonderful and almost incredible.
Mbh.7.77.3390 O Suta, making room on the terrace of my car for my standard and for the heroic Garuda thereon, that adorns my umbrella, and yoking thereto my foremost of steeds named Valahaka and Meghapushpa and Saivya and Sugriva, having cased them in golden mail of the splendour of the sun and fire, and thyself putting on thy armour, stay on it carefully.
Mbh.7.83.3659 That great bowman, viz, the son of Drona, who was the refuge of my sons, upon him Brahmanas and Kshatriyas and Vaisyas, and a large number of disciples used to wait, who took pleasure day and night in controversial disputations, in talk, in conversation, in the stirring music of diverse instruments, and in various kinds of delightful songs, who was worshipped by many persons among the Kurus, the Pandavas, and the Satwatas, alas, O Suta, in the abode of that son of Drona no sound can be heard as formerly.
Mbh.7.83.3668 When Janardana of unfading glory came from Upaplavya, desirous of peace, from compassion for every creature, I then, O Suta, said unto the wicked Duryodhana: Obtaining Vasudeva as the means, make peace with the Pandavas, O son!
Mbh.7.83.3691 Piteously lamenting, O Suta, I spoke these and many such words unto my son.
Mbh.7.95.4341 Then that subjugator of hostile cities, that hero of Sini's race invincible in battle, beholding that irresistible Drona cloud having showers of arrows for its watery downpour, the rattle of car-wheels for its roar, the out-stretched bow for its volume, long shafts for its lightning-flashes, darts and swords for its thunder, wrath for the winds and urged on by those steeds that constituted the hurricane impelling it forwards, rushed towards him, addressed his charioteer and smilingly said, O Suta, proceed quickly and cheerfully, urging the steeds to their greatest speed, against that heroic Brahmana, fallen off from the duties of his order, that refuge of Dhritarashtra's son, that dispeller of the Kuru king's sorrows and fear, that preceptor of all the princes, that warrior ever boastful of his prowess'
Mbh.7.110.5294 Proceed carefully, O Suta, in battle and listen to these grave words of mine.
Mbh.7.115.5613 SECTION CXVII Sanjaya said, Having vanquished Drona and other warriors of thy army, headed by the son of Haridika, that foremost of men, viz, that bull amongst the Sinis, O foremost one of the Kurus, laughing said unto his charioteer, Our foes, O Suta, had already been consumed by Kesava and Phalguna.
Mbh.7.116.5648 Regard me to have already passed through this fierce fastness, O Suta, having slain in battle all these combatants with cars and elephants and steeds and foot-soldiers that are amongst them'
Mbh.7.118.5745 O Suta, I think, Destiny is now unpropitious to my sons, since so many mighty car-warriors have been slain by that one warrior of the Satwata race, Alas, O Sanjaya, my army is no match for even one warrior, viz, Yuyudhana inflamed with wrath.
Mbh.7.118.5789 Hearing that great uproar, Drona, addressing his charioteer, said, O Suta, that great car-warrior of the Satwata race, excited with wrath, is tearing our army into diverse fragments, and careering in battle like the Destroyer himself.
Mbh.7.121.5954 I hope, he did not turn his back upon the field, O Suta!
Mbh.7.128.6392 My son Duryodhana, O Suta, hopeth that Karna will vanquish all the Pandavas in battle.
Mbh.7.128.6395 Indeed, remembering the diverse wrongs and injuries done by him, how did Bhima fight with that son of Suta?
Mbh.7.128.6396 How indeed, could Bhima fight with that son of a Suta, who, endued with great valour, had formerly subjugated the whole earth on a single car?
Mbh.7.128.6397 How did Bhima fight with that son of a Suta, who was born with a natural pair of ear-rings?
Mbh.7.130.6485 O Suta, obtaining Karna in battle, my son Suyodhana always ventures to vanquish the sons of Pritha with Govinda and the Satwatas.
Mbh.7.132.6568 Indeed, O Suta, the wretched Duryodhana used to tell me formerly, Karna is a mighty hero, a firm bowman, above all fatigue.
Mbh.7.132.6589 Alas, O Suta, the very lives of my sons are in danger'
Mbh.7.135.6711 SECTION CXXXVII Dhritarashtra said, O Suta, O Sanjaya, this grievous result that has now overtaken us is, I think, certainly due to my evil policy.
Mbh.7.145.7569 O son of a Suta, thou applaudest thy own self.
Mbh.7.145.7580 It is for this, O son of a Suta, that thou indulged in such speeches.
Mbh.7.152.7945 Who were those heroes, O Suta, that stood behind that hero while engaged in battle?
Mbh.7.152.7947 I think, all the Pandavas, afflicted with the arrows of Bharadwaja's son, were, O Suta, like lean kine trembling under a wintry sky.
Mbh.7.156.8379 Vainly, O wretch of a Suta, dost thou indulge in thy mind the hope of vanquishing him who formerly contended in battle with Mahadeva himself.
Mbh.7.156.8381 How then, O Suta, hopest thou, aided by these kings, to vanquish that foremost of heroes in the world, viz, the unvanquished Arjuna, in battle?
Mbh.7.156.8389 Aswatthaman said, O son of a Suta, O thou of wicked understanding, this thy fault is pardoned by us.
Mbh.7.156.8407 Others, beholding the son of Radha said, with eyes expanded In wrath, Let this arrogant wretch of little understanding, this son of a Suta, be slain by the allied kings.
Mbh.7.156.8431 Dhritarashtra said, Beholding Phalguna excited with fury and looking like the Destroyer himself, as he appears at the end of the Yuga what, O Suta, did Vikartana's son Karna do next?
Mbh.7.156.8434 What then, O Suta, did that warrior do when he thus suddenly met his ever deadly foe
Mbh.7.159.8599 I tell thee truely, O Suta, that I shall not return from battle today without having slain that foe, viz, that worst of the Kurus, the son of Valhika.
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.7.173.9397 Then the valiant son of the Suta, filled with rage and possessed of great lightness of hands, prevailing over Ghatotkacha, pierced the latter with ten shafts.
Mbh.7.180.9804 Why, O Suta, did not Duryodhana, or that foremost of all wielders, viz, Karna, possessed of great intelligence, hurl that fatal dart at Dhananjaya?
Mbh.8.4.97 Hath my son Duryodhana, O Suta, who is ever desirous of victory, already gone to Yama's abode, despairing of success?
Mbh.8.4.99 Vaishampayana continued, Thus addressed by the king, O Janamejaya, the Suta said unto him, The mighty car-warrior Vaikartana, O monarch, hath been slain with his sons and brothers, and other Suta warriors, all of whom were mighty bowmen ready to lay down their lives in battle!
Mbh.8.5.134 Thy counsellor Vrishavarman of the Suta caste, endued with great energy, hath been despatched to Yama's abode by Bhimasena exerting himself with prowess.
Mbh.8.5.146 Radha's son of the Suta caste, and those mighty car-warriors who were his brothers, and the Kaikeyas, the Malavas, the Madrakas the Dravidas of fierce prowess, the Yaudheyas, the Lalittyas, the Kshudrakas, the Usinaras, the Tundikeras, the Savitriputras, the Easterners, the Northerners, the Westerners, and the Southerners, O sire, have all been slain by Savyasaci.
Mbh.8.7.202 O foremost of speakers, tell me now, O Suta, who are yet alive in my army after the death of all the foremost heroes!
Mbh.8.8.255 Hearing of the defeat and humiliation of kinsmen and relatives and allies, who else in the world, O Suta, save my wretched self, would not yield up his life?
Mbh.8.9.270 Having formerly been the honoured of the whole world, how shall I, O Suta, live, overridden by foes?
Mbh.8.9.284 Was my son Duhshasana, O Suta, slain, while flying away from the field, humbled to the dust, of cheerless soul, and destitute of all manliness?
Mbh.8.9.315 That high-souled one who had made the terrible vow I will not wash my feet till I slay Phalguni that warrior through whose fear that bull among men, king Yudhishthira the just, had not, in the wilderness, for thirteen years continuously, obtained a wink of sleep, that high-souled hero of great prowess relying upon whose valour my son had forcibly dragged the wife of the Pandavas to the assembly, and there in the midst of that conclave, in the very sight of the Pandavas and in the presence of the Kurus, had addressed the princess of Pancala as the wife of slaves, that hero of the Suta caste, who in the midst of the assembly had addressed Krishna, saying, All thy husbands, O Krishna, that are even like sesamum seeds without kernel, are no more, therefore, seek some other husband, O thou of the fairest complexion
Mbh.8.29.1241 From what thou hast said unto me, from the manner in which the battle has been fought, it is my certain conviction, O Suta, that the Kauravas are no more.
Mbh.8.31.1340 Tell me also, O Suta, what Duryodhana did after that'
Mbh.8.31.1354 Dhritarashtra said, What did Duryodhana next do, O Suta, when the hearts of all of you turned towards Vikarna's son Karna?
Mbh.8.34.1835 I do not think that Karna could have been born in the Suta order.
Mbh.8.34.1838 By no means, O Shalya, could this Karna have been born in the Suta order.
Mbh.8.37.1984 Why, O son of Suta, didst thou not vanquish Arjuna then?
Mbh.8.41.2245 O learned one, O son of a Suta, do not think disrespectfully of Acyuta and Arjuna.
Mbh.8.42.2261 I then, O Shalya, truly informed him of myself, saying that I was a Suta.
Mbh.8.42.2262 Hearing my words, the great ascetic, his heart filled with rage, cursed me, saying, In consequence of the deception, O Suta, by which thou hast obtained this weapon, it will never, at the time of need, when the hour of thy death comes, occur to thy memory.
Mbh.8.42.2323 Unto me then that had offended and that had begged so importunately for his pardon, the brahmana said, That which, O Suta, hath been uttered by me is sure to happen.
Mbh.8.49.2716 Then Yudhishthira, with eyes red in wrath, addressed Karna, that slayer of hostile heroes, who was held in check at a little distance from him, and said these words O Karna, O Karna, O thou of vain sight, O son of a Suta, listen to my words.
Mbh.8.51.2867 There is only one person, Karna, who will slay the Pandavas along with the Srinjayas, even this is what Duryodhana, O Suta, used very often to say unto me.
Mbh.8.51.2869 Sanjaya said, Beholding Radha's son of the Suta caste turned back from the fight in that great battle, thy son, O monarch, addressed his uterine brothers, saying, Go ye quickly, blessed be ye, and protect the son of Radha who is plunged into that fathomless ocean of calamity represented by the fear of Bhimasena
Mbh.8.63.3673 The valiant son of the Suta, however, in return, pierced those two high-souled chastisers of foes with two broad-headed arrows of great sharpness.
Mbh.8.70.4170 Either the Suta dame will today be made childless by me, or Kunti will be made childless by Karna.
Mbh.8.72.4341 O Dhananjaya, slay that man today for whose sake the wretched Duryodhana regardeth himself a hero, that root of all those sinful persons, that son of a Suta.
Mbh.8.76.4577 Then the mighty Bhimasena of great intelligence once more cheerfully said unto his charioteer, Ascertain, O Suta, whether those assembled cars and standards that are advancing towards me, are ours or the enemy's.
Mbh.8.76.4583 These things, O Suta, fill my heart with sorrow.
Mbh.8.76.4589 Examining all the quivers containing my arrows, tell me, O Suta, ascertaining the matter well, what quantity of arrows is still left on my car, that is, how much of what sort
Mbh.8.76.4595 Bhima said, Behold, O Suta, today this awful battle in which everything will be shrouded with my impetuous arrows sped fiercely from my bow and, mangling all my foes, and in consequence of which the very sun will disappear from the field, making the latter resemble the domains of Death!
Mbh.8.76.4596 Today, even this will be known to all the Kshatriyas including the very children, O Suta, that Bhimasena hath succumbed in battle or that, alone, he hath subjugated all the Kurus!
Mbh.8.76.4605 Behold, these cars, assailed with shafts and darts, with those warriors riding on them, are being scattered, O Suta!
Mbh.8.76.4633 Bhima said, Since, O Visoka, thou tellest me of Arjuna's arrival, I will give thee four and ten populous villages and a hundred female slaves and twenty cars, being pleased with thee, O Suta, for this agreeable intelligence imparted by thee
Mbh.8.79.4782 SECTION Sanjaya said, Meanwhile Arjuna, O monarch, having slain the four kinds of forces of the enemy, and having obtained a sight of the angry son of the Suta in that dreadful battle, caused a river of blood to flow there that was tawny with flesh and marrow and bones.
Mbh.8.82.5009 The fierce son of the Suta then, cutting off with a couple of razor-faced arrows the bow and the standard of Shikhandi, struck and pierced Shikhandi himself with six shafts, and then cut off the head of Dhrishtadyumna's son.
Mbh.8.89.5514 Recollect the woes of Krishna, and those disagreeable, keen, and cutting words that this wicked-souled and fearless son of a Suta used towards us, viz, Sesame seeds without kernel'
Mbh.8.91.5800 Thou art now for the practice of virtue, O Suta, but thou shalt not escape with life.
Mbh.9.1.21 Having entered the city, the Suta Sanjaya, raising his arms in grief, and with limbs trembling, entered the palace of the king.
Mbh.9.1.28 The Suta Sanjaya then, deeply agitated, entered the abode of the king and beheld that foremost of monarchs, that lord of men, having wisdom for his eyes.
Mbh.9.1.29 Beholding the sinless monarch, that chief of Bharata's race, seated, surrounded by his daughters-in-law and Gandhari and Vidura and by other friends and kinsmen that were always his well-wishers, and engaged in thinking on that very subject, the death of Karna, the Suta Sanjaya, with heart filled with grief, O Janamejaya, weepingly and in a voice choked with tears, said unto him, I am Sanjaya, O tiger among men.
Mbh.9.2.72 Dhritarashtra said, Alas, O Suta, the intelligence is fraught with great grief that I hear from thee, that the Pandavas are all safe and have suffered no loss in battle.
Mbh.9.2.94 Even in this way, O Suta, did Duryodhana often use to speak to me.
Mbh.9.2.107 When innumerable high-souled heroes, accomplished in all kinds of weapons offensive and defensive and endued with prowess equal to that of Shakra himself, have been slain, O Suta, when Kshatriyas hailing from diverse realms, O Sanjaya, have all been slain in battle, what can it be but destiny?
Mbh.9.27.1836 Dhritarashtra said, When my troops were slain and our camp made entirely empty, what was the strength, O Suta, of the troops that still remained to the Pandavas?
Mbh.9.58.4163 SECTION Dhritarashtra said, Beholding the Kuru king struck down unfairly, what O Suta, did the mighty Baladeva, that foremost one of Yadu's race, say?
Mbh.12.2.75 Endued with great energy, that child came to have the status of a Suta.
Mbh.12.3.142 Thus asked, Karna, fearing to be cursed, and seeking to gratify him, said these words, O thou of Bhrigu's race, know me for a Suta, a race that has sprung from the intermixture of Brahmanas with Kshatriyas.
Mbh.12.47.2294 Surrounded by Vyasa conversant with the Vedas by the celestial Rishi Narada, by Devasthana, by Asmaka Sumantu, by Jaimini, by the high-souled Paila, by Sandilya, by Devarata, by Maitreya of great intelligence, by Asita and Vasishtha and the high-souled Kausika, by Harita and Lomasa and Atri's son of great intelligence, by Vrihaspati and Sukra and the great sage Chyavana, by Sanatkumara and Kapila and Valmiki and Tumvuru and Kuru, by Maudgalya and Rama of Bhrigu's race, and the great sage Trinavindu, by Pippalada and Vayu and Samvarta and Pulaha and Katha, by Kasyapa and Pulastya and Kratu and Daksha and Parasara, by Marichi and Angiras and Kasmya and Gautama and the sage Galava, by Dhaumya and Vibhanda and Mandavya and Dhaumra and Krishnanubhautika, by Uluka, that foremost of Brahmanas and the great sage Markandeya, by Bhaskari and Purana and Krishna and Suta, that foremost of virtuous persons, surrounded by these and many other highly-blessed sages of great souls and possessed of faith and self-restraint and tranquillity of mind, the Kuru hero looked like the Moon in the midst of the planets and the stars.
Mbh.12.47.2538 Bhimasena and the twins rode on a third; while those bulls among men, Kripa and Yuyutsu, and that scorcher of foes, Sanjaya of the Suta caste, proceeded on their respective cars, each of which looked like a town.
Mbh.12.58.3232 A little before, the two persons named Suta and Magadha had come into existence.
Mbh.12.58.3234 Gratified, Prithu, the royal son of Vena, possessed of great prowess, gave unto Suta the land lying on the sea-coast, and unto Magadha the country since known as Magadha.
Mbh.12.84.4769 Four Brahmanas, learned in the Vedas, possessed of a sense of dignity, belonging to the Snataka order, and of pure behaviour, and eight Kshatriyas, all of whom should be possessed of physical strength and capable of wielding weapons, and one and twenty Vaisyas, all of whom should be possessed of wealth, and three Sudras, everyone of whom should be humble and of pure conduct and devoted to his daily duties, and one man of the Suta caste, possessed of a knowledge of the Puranas and the eight cardinal virtues, should be thy ministers.
Mbh.12.339.22001 Suta continued, I have now told you all that Vaisampayana recited to Janamejaya.
Mbh.12.340.22013 Do thou O Suta, dispel this doubt, of ours.
Mbh.12.343.22732 That Narada was able to obtain a sight of the God Narayana, otherwise called Hari, was due, O son of Suta, to the special grace of that divine and puissant Lord.
Mbh.13.4.331 The adorable Madhuchcchanda and the mighty Devrat, Akshina, Sakunta, Vabhru, Kalapatha, the celebrated Yajnavalkya, Sthula of high vows, Uluka, Mudgala, and the sage Saindhavayana, the illustrious Valgujangha and the great Rishi Galeva, Ruchi, the celebrated Vajra, as also Salankayana, Liladhya and Narada, the one known as Kurchamuka, and Vahuli, Mushala, as also Vakshogriva, Anghrika, Naikadrik, Silayupa, Sita, Suchi, Chakraka, Marrutantavya, Vataghna, Aswalayana, and Syamayana, Gargya, and Javali, as also Susruta, Karishi, Sangsrutya, and Para Paurava, and Tantu, the great sage Kapila, Tarakayana, Upagahana, Asurayani, Margama, Hiranyksha, Janghari, Bhavravayani, and Suti, Bibhuti, Suta, Surakrit, Arani, Nachika, Champeya, Ujjayana, Navatantu, Vakanakha, Sayanya, Yati, Ambhoruha, Amatsyasin, Srishin, Gardhavi Urjjayoni, Rudapekahin, and the great Rishi Naradin, these Munis were all sons of Viswamitra and were versed in the knowledge of Brahma.
Mbh.13.48.4953 If a Kshatriya begets a son upon a Brahmana woman, such a son, without being included in any of the four pure orders, comes to be regarded as a Suta The duties of a Suta are all connected with the reciting of eulogies and encomiums of kings and other great men.
Mbh.13.49.5073 Indeed, the son begotten by a Kshatriya upon a Brahmana woman, is called a Suta.
Mbh.15.16.650 The Suta Sanjaya also, the son of Gavalgani, the chief minister of Dhritarashtra, was of the same heart.
Mbh.15.25.955 Then the Suta, Sanjaya, in answer to their queries, pointed out to them the Pandavas.
Mbh.15.37.1548 That intelligent monarch took with him his sacred fire, Gandhari and his daughter-in-law Kunti, as also Sanjaya of the Suta caste, and all the Yajakas.
Mbh.15.37.1569 The king, seeing the conflagration approach him from all sides, addressed the Suta Sanjaya, that foremost of skilful charioteers, saying, Go, O Sanjaya, to such a place where the fire may not burn thee.
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