Uluka

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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.1.2.332 Then comes the arrival of the messenger Uluka which kindled the wrath of the Pandavas.
Mbh.1.2.425 Then the despatch by prince Duryodhana of Uluka as envoy to the Pandavas on the day previous to the battle.
Mbh.1.32.1871 And Garuda had encounters with the Yakshas, Aswakranda of great courage, Rainuka, the bold Krathanaka, Tapana, Uluka, Swasanaka, Nimesha, Praruja, and Pulina.
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.2.26.1149 And winning the affections of those kings and uniting himself with them, he next marched, O king, against Vrihanta, the king of Uluka, making this earth tremble with the sound of his drums, the clatter of his chariot-wheels, and the roar of the elephants in his train.
Mbh.3.120.6145 And Gada and Uluka, and Vahuka and Bhanu and Nitha and the young Nishatha valiant in battle and Sarana, and Charudeshna, irresistible in war, let them perform feats befitting their race.
Mbh.5.47.2658 And Dussasana and Chitrasena, and Sakuni, the son of Suvala, and Durmukha and Dussaha, Karna and Uluka and Vivingsati, these also, with Duryodhana, the wrathful king of the Kurus, at their head, entered that hall, O monarch, like the celestials forming the train of Sakra himself.
Mbh.5.57.3166 And Nakula also, the son of Madravati, hath intended to take as his share the deceitful Uluka and the tribes of the Saraswatas.
Mbh.5.161.7085 SECTION CLXI Uluka Dutagamana Parva Sanjaya said, After the high-souled Pandavas, O king, had encamped by the side of the Hiranwati, the Kauravas also fixed their camps.
Mbh.5.161.7087 And king Duryodhana, O Bharata, having first consulted with Karna, and next, O monarch, with Karna and his own brother Dussasana, and Suvala's son all together, then summoned, O bull among men, Uluka and bringing him into his presence in private, told him, O king, these words, O Uluka, O son of an adept at dice, repair thou unto the Pandavas and the Somakas.
Mbh.5.161.7165 Say next repeatedly, from me, O Uluka, unto that stupid, ignorant, gluttonous Bhimasena, who is even like a bull though divested of horns, these words, viz, O son of Pritha, a cook thou hadst become, known by the name of Vallabha, in the city of Virata!
Mbh.5.161.7176 Say, O Uluka, unto Nakula, from me, these words, viz, Fight now, O Bharata, patiently!
Mbh.5.161.7189 Tell, next, repeatedly from me, O Uluka, unto Sikhandin, these words, viz, The mighty-armed Kaurava, foremost of all bowmen, Ganga's son Bhishma, will not slay thee, knowing thee to be only a female!
Mbh.5.161.7194 And addressing Uluka again, he said, Say once more unto Dhananjaya in the bearing of Vasudeva these words, viz, O hero, either vanquishing us rule thou this world, or vanquished by us lie thou down on the field deprived of life!
Mbh.5.162.7264 SECTION CLXII Sanjaya said, Having reached the Pandava camp, the gambler's son Uluka presented himself before the Pandavas, and addressing Yudhishthira said, Thou art fully conversant with what envoys say!
Mbh.5.162.7267 O Uluka!
Mbh.5.162.7269 Then in the midst and presence of the illustrious and high-souled Pandavas, of the Srinjayas, and Krishna possessed of great fame, of Drupada with his sons, of Virata, and of all monarchs, Uluka said these words'
Mbh.5.162.7270 Uluka said, Even this is what the high-souled king Duryodhana hath in the presence of all the Kuru heroes, said unto thee!
Mbh.5.162.7295 Having said these words unto king Yudhishthira, the son of Dharma, Uluka, turning his face then towards Jishnu, said unto him these words, Fight without bragging, O Arjuna!
Mbh.5.163.7327 SECTION CLXIII Sanjaya said, O monarch, provoking Arjuna still further who was like a snake of virulent poison, by means of those wordy strokes of his Uluka once more repeated the words he had once spoken.
Mbh.5.163.7336 Then in the midst and presence of all the Srinjayas, of Krishna possessed of great fame, of Drupada with his sons, of Virata, and all the kings there assembled, Uluka once more repeated unto Arjuna the words he had said, provoking him still further thereby, like one annoying wrathful snake of virulent poison by means of a stake.
Mbh.5.163.7338 And hearing those harsh and highly disagreeable words uttered by Uluka, Partha was greatly excited and wiped the sweat off his forehead.
Mbh.5.163.7344 And gnashing his teeth, and licking with his tongue the corners of his mouth, and burning with rage, and squeezing his hands and turning his eyes fiercely, said these words unto Uluka, Ignorant fool, thy words have now been heard which Duryodhana said unto thee for the object of provoking us as if we were a set of imbeciles!
Mbh.5.163.7366 From our very birth, O Uluka, that sinful father of thine hath always sought to do us injury and evil.
Mbh.5.163.7371 O best of men, Uluka doth not deserve to be addressed harshly by thee!
Mbh.5.163.7376 With your permission I will now communicate to Uluka what the reply to those words is, what, indeed, he should say unto Duryodhana,
Mbh.5.163.7380 King Yudhishthira the Just, then, having spoken mildly unto all the kings each according to his age and as each deserved said, at last, unto Uluka these words so that he might carry them to Duryodhana.
Mbh.5.163.7383 Having heard then, O best of Bharata's race, those words of Duryodhana, Yudhishthira, that bull of the Bharata race, with eyes exceedingly red in anger and himself sighing like a snake of virulent poison, licking the corners of his mouth with his tongue, as if swelling with wrath, and casting his eyes on Janardana and his own brothers, said unto Uluka these words that were fraught with both mildness and vigour.
Mbh.5.163.7384 And tossing his massive arms he said unto the gambler's son, Go, O Uluka, and say unto Duryodhana, that ungrateful, wicked-minded embodiment of hostilities, that infamous wretch of his race, these words, viz, O sinful wretch, thou always behavest with crookedness towards the Pandavas!
Mbh.5.164.7433 Departing hence, O Uluka, say, O sire, these words of mine, unto Suyodhana!
Mbh.5.164.7446 O son of king, Bhimasena then once more said these words, O Uluka, say those words of mine unto the wicked-minded, deceitful, and unrighteous Suyodhana, who is an embodiment of sin, who is wedded to guile, and whose behaviour is exceedingly wicked.
Mbh.5.164.7455 Nakula, then, O king, said these words, O Uluka, say unto Dhritarashtra's son, Suyodhana, of Kuru's race that all the words uttered by him have now been heard and their sense understood.
Mbh.5.164.7459 Then Virata and Drupada, both venerable in years, said these words unto Uluka, It is even our wish that we become slaves of a virtuous person!
Mbh.5.164.7461 After them, Sikhandin said these words unto Uluka, Thou must say unto king Duryodhana who is always addicted to sinfulness, these words, viz, See, O king, what fierce deed is perpetrated by me in battle!
Mbh.5.164.7465 After this, Dhrishtadyumna also said unto Uluka, the gambler's son, these words, Say unto prince Suyodhana these my words, viz, I shall slay Drona with all his followers and friends.
Mbh.5.164.7470 Go hence, O Uluka, without delay or stay here, O sire, for, blessed be thou, we too are thy kinsmen'
Mbh.5.164.7471 Uluka, then, O king, thinking permission of Yudhishthira, the son of Dharma, went thither where king Suyodhana was.
Mbh.5.189.8501 Proceeding next one after another to the asylum, O king, of Narada, and to the auspicious asylum of Uluka and to that of Chyavana, and to the spot sacred to Brahmana, and to Prayaga the sacrificial platform of the gods, and to that forest sacred to the gods, and to Bhogawati, and, O monarch, to the asylum of Kusika's son Viswamitra, and to the asylum of Mandavya, and also to the asylum of Dwilipa, and to Ramhrada, and, O Kaurava, to the asylum of Garga, the princess of Kasi, O king, performed ablutions in the sacred waters of all these, observing all the while the most difficult of vows.
Mbh.6.45.2282 And the ruler of the Chedis, O king, rushed in battle against Uluka.
Mbh.6.45.2283 And he pierced Uluka with a shower of arrows, and Uluka also pierced him with sharp arrows furnished with excellent wing.
Mbh.6.72.3843 And Sahadeva proceeded against those invincible warriors, viz, Sakuni and that mighty car-warrior Uluka, those great bowmen, who were sire and son.
Mbh.6.80.4166 With a joyous heart didst thou despatch Uluka to us with thy messages.
Mbh.7.169.9143 Having achieved that fierce feat, and pierced Sakuni once more, struck Uluka with an arrow in that battle.
Mbh.7.169.9144 Piercing Uluka thus in the sight of his sire, viz, Suvala's son, Arjuna uttered a loud roar, filling the earth therewith.
Mbh.7.169.9147 Then Suvala's son, O bull of Bharata's race, jumping down from his car, quickly ascended the car of Uluka.
Mbh.7.191.10591 Uluka, O king, beholding Drona slain, fled away with speed, afflicted with fear and accompanied by a large body of foot-soldiers.
Mbh.8.11.423 In the two eyes were the brave Shakuni and the mighty car-warrior Uluka.
Mbh.8.25.1055 SECTION Sanjaya said, Against Yuyutsu who was employed in routing the vast army of thy son, Uluka proceeded with speed saying Wait, Wait
Mbh.8.25.1056 Then Yuyutsu, O king, with a winged arrow of keen edge struck Uluka with great force, like Indra himself striking a mountain with the thunderbolt.
Mbh.8.25.1057 Filled with rage at this, Uluka, in that battle, cut off thy son's bow with a razor-headed arrow and struck thy son himself with a barbed shaft.
Mbh.8.25.1059 The prince then, O bull of Bharata's race, pierced Uluka with sixty arrows.
Mbh.8.25.1060 Piercing next the driver of Uluka, Yuyutsu struck Uluka once more.
Mbh.8.25.1061 Then Uluka, filled with rage pierced Yuyutsu with twenty shafts adorned with gold, and then cut off his standard made of gold.
Mbh.8.25.1062 That lofty and gorgeous standard made of gold, O king, thus cut off by Uluka, fell down in front of Yuyutsu's car.
Mbh.8.25.1063 Beholding his standard cut off, Yuyutsu, deprived of his senses by wrath, struck Uluka with five shafts in the centre of the chest.
Mbh.8.25.1064 Then Uluka, O sire, in that battle, cut off, with a broad-headed arrow steeped in oil, the head of his antagonist's driver, O best of the Bharatas.
Mbh.8.25.1066 Deeply struck by the strong Uluka, Yuyutsu proceeded to another car.
Mbh.8.25.1067 Having vanquished him in battle, O king, Uluka proceeded quickly towards the Pancalas and the Srinjayas and began to slaughter them with sharp shafts.
Mbh.8.46.2516 Shakuni, and the mighty car-warrior Uluka, standing on the right of these, and accompanied by many fearless Gandhara horsemen armed with bright lances, and many mountaineers difficult to defeat, numerous as flights of locusts, and grimlooking as Pishacas, protected the Kaurava army.
Mbh.8.48.2660 Piercing Duhshasana with three arrows made wholly of iron, and Shakuni with six, he deprived both Uluka and his brother Patatri of their cars.
Mbh.8.54.3049 SECTION Sanjaya said, Then Kritavarma, and Kripa, and the son of Drona and the Suta's son, O sire, and Uluka, and Subala's son Shakuni, and the king himself, with his uterine brothers, beholding the Kuru army afflicted with the fear of Pandu's son, unable to stand together, like a vessel wrecked on the ocean, endeavoured to rescue it with great speed.
Mbh.8.61.3558 Sahadeva, O king, in that battle, proceeded against Uluka.
Mbh.8.61.3590 The angry Uluka was held in check by Sahadeva.
Mbh.8.61.3592 Uluka then, that delighter of his father, jumping down from his car, O king, quickly proceeded and entered the division of the Trigartas.
Mbh.8.61.3597 Speedily alighting then, O bull among men, from his car, Shakuni, that mighty car-warrior, quickly ascended the car of Uluka.
Mbh.9.1.32 Similarly, Subala's son Shakuni, and Uluka, O tiger among men, that valiant son of the gamester Shakuni, have been slain.
Mbh.9.2.106 When Shakuni, the son of Subala, and the mighty Uluka, called the gamester's son, that hero at the head of his forces, have been slain, what can it be but destiny?
Mbh.9.8.492 Surrounded by a large force of cavalry and other troops, Subala's son Shakuni, as also the mighty car-warrior Uluka, proceeded with the others.
Mbh.9.8.498 The two sons of Madri, accompanied by their troops, proceeded against Shakuni and the great car-warrior Uluka at the head of their forces.
Mbh.9.11.675 Uluka also of mighty energy, and Shakuni the son of Subala, and the mighty car-warrior Ashvatthama with smiles on his lips, and all thy sons protected Shalya by every means in that battle.
Mbh.9.21.1352 Uluka of immeasurable soul rushed against the mighty bowman Nakula, in that battle, shooting showers of arrows from every side.
Mbh.9.25.1695 remain also Ashvatthama and Kripa and the ruler of the Trigartas and Uluka and Kritavarma of the Satwata race.
Mbh.9.26.1746 At that time, Uluka also encountered Bhima and pierced him with ten arrows, Shakuni, meanwhile, O monarch, having pierced Bhima with three arrows, covered Sahadeva with ninety.
Mbh.9.26.1774 Uluka also, O king, desirous of rescuing his sire in that engagement, pierced Bhima with seven arrows and Sahadeva with seventy.
Mbh.9.26.1775 Bhimasena in that encounter pierced Uluka with many keen arrows and Shakuni with four and sixty, and each of the other warriors who fought around them, with three arrows.
Mbh.9.26.1777 The heroic and valiant Sahadeva then, O monarch, cut off, with a broad-headed arrow, the head of Uluka as the latter advanced against him.
Mbh.9.26.1778 Slain by Sahadeva, Uluka, gladdening the Pandavas in that battle, fell down on the earth from his car, all his limbs bathed in blood.
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.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.
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