Uma

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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.1.188.9428 And the Kshatriyas assembled in that amphitheatre, each desirous of winning the daughter of Drupada, looked like the celestial of old standing round Uma, the daughter of the King of mountains.
Mbh.1.216.10596 By his severe asceticism, O Partha, he gratified that god of gods, Mahadeva, the husband of Uma, that supreme Lord holding the mighty bow called Pinaka.
Mbh.2.10.402 And, O tiger among kings, the illustrious husband of Uma and lord of created things, the three-eyed Mahadeva, the wielder of the trident and the slayer of the Asura called Bhaga-netra, the mighty god of the fierce bow, surrounded by multitudes of spirits in their hundreds and thousands, some of dwarfish stature, some of fierce visage, some hunch-backed, some of blood-red eyes, some of frightful yells, some feeding upon fat and flesh, and some terrible to behold, but all armed with various weapons and endued with the speed of wind, with the goddess Parvati ever cheerful and knowing no fatigue, always waiteth here upon their friend Kuvera, the lord of treasures.
Mbh.2.11.448 And Purandara the chief of the celestials, and Varuna and Kuvera and Yama, and Mahadeva accompanied by Uma, always repair thither.
Mbh.2.14.645 O slayer of all enemies, king Jarasandha, desirous of offering in sacrifice hundred monarchs, adored for his fierce ascetic penances the illustrious god of gods, the lord of Uma.
Mbh.2.45.1860 In thy dream, O king of kings thou wilt behold towards the end of this might the blue throated Bhava, the slayer of Tripura, ever absorbed in meditation, having the bull for his mark, drinking off the human skull, and fierce and terrible, that lord of all creatures, that god of gods, the husband of Uma, otherwise called Hara and Sarva, and Vrisha, armed with the trident and the bow called Pinaka, and attired in tiger skin.
Mbh.3.37.1948 And, O Dhananjaya, let Hri, Sree, Kirti, Dhriti, Pushti, Uma, Lakshmi, Saraswati, all protect thee on thy way, for thou ever worshippest thy elder brother and ever obeyest his commands.
Mbh.3.38.2020 Hearing these words of those munis with souls under perfect control, the lord of all creatures, the husband of Uma said, It behoveth you not to indulge in any grief on account of Phalguna!
Mbh.3.39.2027 And the handsome god of gods was accompanied by Uma in the guise of a Kirata woman, and also by a swarm of merry spirits of various forms and attire, and by thousands of women in the form and attire of Kiratas.
Mbh.3.39.2115 Vaisampayana continued, Phalguna then beheld him, Mahadeva, that god of blazing splendour-that wielder of the Pinaka-that one who had his abode on the mountains of Kailasa, accompanied by Uma.
Mbh.3.40.2163 And that weapon thence began to wait upon Arjuna as it did upon Sankara, the lord of Uma.
Mbh.3.40.2172 Then the lord of all the dwellers of heaven, the deity of blazing splendour having his abode on mountain-breasts, the husband of Uma, the god of passions under complete control, the source of all blessings, Bhava gave unto Arjuna, that foremost of men, the great bow called Gandiva, destructive of Danavas and Pisachas.
Mbh.3.40.2173 And the god of gods, then leaving that blessed mountain with snowy plateaus and vales and caves, favourite resort of sky-ranging great Rishis, went up, accompanied by Uma into the skies, in the sight of that foremost of men
Mbh.3.82.4019 A virtuous man should next proceed to the tirtha of Sthanu, the husband of Uma, known over the three worlds by the name of Bhadravata.
Mbh.3.83.4334 There in that tirtha O king, is also an image of Visweswara, the lord of Uma.
Mbh.3.85.4625 Proceeding next to Gokarna celebrated over the three worlds, and which is situate, O best of kings, in the midst of the deep, and is reverenced by all the worlds, and where the gods headed by Brahma, and Rishis endued with wealth of asceticism, and spirits and Yakshas and Pisachas, and Kinnaras and the great Nagas, and Siddhas and Charanas and Gandharvas, and men and Pannagas, and rivers, Seas and Mountains, worship the lord of Uma, one should worship Isana, fasting there for three nights.
Mbh.3.106.5440 And being engaged in the practice of rigid austerities, and also employed in the contemplation known by the name of Yoga, he obtained the sight of the magnanimous god with three eyes, the slayer of the demon called Tripura; the worker of blessings for all beings; the eternally existent one; the ruling Being, the holder of the Pinaka bow; carrying in his hand his well-known weapon, the trident; the god of three eyes; the repository of eternal peace; the ruler of all those that are fierce; capable of assuming very many forms; and the lord of the goddess Uma.
Mbh.3.130.6636 And O bull among men, there is another very remarkable thing connected with this place, namely, that on the waning of every yuga, the god Siva, having the power to assume any shape at will, may be seen with Uma and his followers.
Mbh.3.166.8362 Then appeared before me with Uma that manifest divine one, having the bull for his mark, wielding the Pinaka, bearing serpents and cable of assuming many forms.
Mbh.3.227.11424 Those persons who desire to have sons born to them, worship in their places the powerful Rudra in the form of the Fire-god, and Uma in the form of Swaha.
Mbh.3.230.11585 Rudra coalescing with Agni the Fire-god and Uma with Swaha have combined to make thee invincible for the well-being of all creatures.
Mbh.3.230.11586 And the semen of the high-souled Rudra cast into the reproductive organ of Uma was thrown back upon this hill, and hence the twin Mujika and Minjika came into being.
Mbh.3.230.11608 And that lord of all animals Mahadeva seated in that chariot with Uma, looked like the sun with flames of lightning illuminating masses of clouds begirt with Indra's bow rainbow.
Mbh.3.230.11639 Then observing this terrible catastrophe, Sankara with the estimable Uma, and the celestials with the great Maharshis, were much exercised in mind.
Mbh.3.270.13152 And imploring the protection of the god of three eyes, the consort of Uma, he did severe penance at that place.
Mbh.3.270.13216 Vaisampayana continued, Having said these words unto that prince, the adorable Hara of three eyes, the destroyer of all sins, the consort of Uma, and lord of wild beasts, the destroyer of Daksha's sacrifice, the slayer of Tripura and He that had plucked out the eyes of Bhaga, surrounded by his dwarfish and hunch-backed and terrible followers having frightful eyes and ears and uplifted arms, vanished, O tiger among kings, from that place with his consort Uma!
Mbh.5.50.2864 That hero, who, for the gratification of Agni, with Krishna only for his second, bravely vanquished of yore Purandara in fight; he who gratified by combat that God of gods, the trident-bearing lord of Uma, Mahadeva himself having the mountains for his abode; that foremost of warriors who subjugated all the kings of the earth, with that Vijaya as their ally the Pandavas will encounter you in battle.
Mbh.5.111.5076 It was here that the Goddess Uma underwent her ascetic austerities from her desire of obtaining Maheswara as her Lord.
Mbh.5.111.5077 It was in this region that Kama, the wrath of Siva, Himavat, and Uma, all together shone brilliantly.
Mbh.5.190.8530 Soon, the divine lord of Uma, bearing the trident, showed himself in his own form unto that female ascetic in the midst of those great Rishis.
Mbh.5.190.8534 O lord of Uma, as a woman, my heart is quite stilled.
Mbh.6.6.347 There the illustrious Pasupati himself, the creator of all things, surrounded by his celestial attendants and accompanied by Uma, sporteth bearing a chain of Karnikara flowers on his neck reaching down to his feet, and blazing with radiance with his three eyes resembling three risen suns.
Mbh.6.23.1023 O Uma Sakambhari, O thou that art white in hue, O thou that art black in hue, O thou that hast slain the Asura Kaitabha, O thou that art yellow-eyed, O thou that art diverse-eyed, O thou of eyes that have the colour of smoke, I bow to thee.
Mbh.7.199.11376 O son of Kunti, seek the protection of that boon-giving Lord of the universe, the lord of Uma, that God of three eyes, that destroyer of Daksha's sacrifice; that guardian of all created things, that being who is always cheerful, that protector of all beings, that God of unfading glory; that one with matted locks; that mover of all superior beings, that one whose navel is like that of a bull and who hath the bull for his symbol; that one who is proud like the bull, who is the lord of bulls; who is represented by the horns of the bull; and who is the bull of bulls; that one who hath the image of the bull on his banner; who is liberal to all righteous persons; who can be approached by Yoga only; and whose eyes are like those of a bull; who owneth very superior weapons: who hath Vishnu himself for his arrow; who is the embodiment of righteousness; and who is called Maheswara; who is of vast stomach and vast body; who hath a leopard's skin for his seat; who is the lord of the worlds; who is devoted to Brahma and who loveth Brahmanas; who is armed with trident; who is boon-giving; who wieldeth the sword and the shield, and who is highly auspicious, who wieldeth the bow called Pinaka, who is divested of the battle axe and who is the protector and lord of the universe.
Mbh.7.199.11449 That Being of immeasurable splendour who was beheld by you all with Uma, that divine lord, had assumed the form of a child for Uma's sake.
Mbh.7.199.11460 The celestials then gratified with praise both Uma and Rudra.
Mbh.8.33.1601 Then the gods who, by special penances, had learnt to still all the functions of his Soul and to withdraw Soul from Matter, they who had their soul always under control, beheld him, called Ishana, that lord of Uma, that mass of energy, that is, who hath no equal in the universe, that source of everything, that sinless Self.
Mbh.8.34.1813 The gods then, repairing to Maheswara, the Lord of Uma, began to gratify him with devotion, saying, Slay our foes'
Mbh.9.40.2940 Thou art Pushti and Dyuti, Kirti, and Siddhi and Uma!
Mbh.9.42.3053 One day, the child, of great energy, saw that god of gods, the lord of Uma, seated with the daughter of Himavat, amid a swarm of ghostly creatures.
Mbh.9.42.3080 Then Rudra and the goddess Uma and Agni, and Ganga, all bowed unto the Grandsire, that Lord of the Universe.
Mbh.9.43.3095 The diverse gods, Indra and Vishnu, both of great energy, and Surya and Candramas, and Dhatri, and Vidhatri, and Vayu, and Agni, and Pushan, and Bhaga, and Aryaman, and Ansa, and Vivaswat, and Rudra of great intelligence, and Mitra, and the eleven Rudras, the eight Vasus, the twelve Adityas, the twin Ashvinis, the Viswedevas, the Maruts, the Saddhyas, the Pitris, the Gandharvas, the Apsaras, the Yakshas, the Rakshasas, the Pannagas, innumerable celestial Rishis, the Vaikhanasas, the Valakhilyas, those others among Rishis that subsist only on air and those that subsist on the rays of the Sun, the descendants of Bhrigu and Angiras, many high-souled Yatis, all the Vidyadharas, all those that were crowned with ascetic success, the Grandsire, Pulastya, Pulaha of great ascetic merits, Angiras, Kasyapa, Atri, Marichi, Bhrigu, Kratu, Hara, Prachetas, Manu, Daksha, the Seasons, the Planets, and all the luminaries; O monarch, all the rivers in their embodied forms, the eternal Vedas, the Seas, the diverse tirthas, the Earth, the Sky, the Cardinal and Subsidiary points of the compass, and all the Trees, O king, Aditi the mother of the gods, Hri, Sri, Swaha, Sarasvati, Uma, Sachi, Sinivali, Anumati, Kuhu, the Day of the new moon, the Day of the full Moon, the wives of the denizens of heaven, Himavat, Vindhya, Meru of many summits, Airavat with all his followers, the Divisions of time called Kala, Kashtha, Fortnight, the Seasons, Night, and Day, O king, the prince of steeds, Ucchaisravas, Vasuki the king of the Snakes, Aruna, Garuda, the Trees, the deciduous herbs, and the adorable god Dharma, all came there together.
Mbh.9.44.3267 Uma gave him two pieces of cloth of effulgence like that of the Sun.
Mbh.9.44.3338 Some again describe him as the son of Uma or of the Krittikas or of Ganga.
Mbh.10.6.361 I will take the shelter of that god, that source of everything beneficial, the lord of Uma, otherwise called Kapardin, decked with a garland of human skulls, that plucker of Bhaga's eyes called also Rudra and Hara.
Mbh.10.7.365 And he said, I seek the protection of Him called Ugra, Sthanu, Shiva, Rudra, Sharva, Ishana, Ishvara, Girisha; and of that boon-giving god who is the Creator and Lord of the universe; of Him whose throat is blue, who is without birth, who is called Shakra, who destroyed the sacrifice of Daksha, and who is called Hara; of Him whose form is the universe, who hath three eyes, who is possessed of multifarious forms, and who is the lord of Uma; of Him who resides in crematoriums, who swells with energy, who is the lord of diverse tribes of ghostly beings, and who is the possessor of undecaying prosperity and power; of Him who wields the skull-topped club, who is called Rudra, who bears matted locks on his head, and who is a brahmacari.
Mbh.10.7.370 Thou art pure; thou art the Creator of Brahman; thou art Brahma; thou art a brahmacari; thou art an observer of vows; thou art devoted to ascetic austerities; thou art infinite; thou art the refuge of all ascetics; thou art multiform; thou art the leader of diverse tribes of ghostly beings; thou art three-eyed; thou art fond of those beings called companions; thou art always seen by the Lord of treasures; thou art dear to Gauri's heart; thou art the sire of Kumara; thou art tawny; thou hast for thy excellent bearer a bovine bull; thou art robed in a subtle attire; thou art most fierce; thou art eager to adorn Uma; thou art higher than all that is high; thou art higher than everything; there is nothing higher than thou; thou art the wielder of weapons; thou art immeasurable, and thou art the protector of all quarters; thou art cased in golden armour; thou art divine; thou hast the moon as an ornament on thy brow!
Mbh.10.12.861 When he withdrew his heart from that purpose, I addressed the anxious and senseless Ashvatthama and said, He who is always regarded as the foremost of all human beings, that wielder of gandiva, that warrior having white steeds yoked unto his car, that hero owning the prince of apes for the device on his standard, that hero who, desirous of vanquishing in a wrestling encounter the god of gods, the blue-throated lord of Uma, gratified the great Shankara himself, that Phalguna than whom I have no dearer friend on earth, that friend to whom there is nothing that I cannot give including my very wives and children, that dear friend Partha of unstained acts, never said unto me, O brahmana, such words as these which thou hast uttered.
Mbh.12.58.3185 After this, the lord of Uma, the divine and multiform Siva of large eyes, the Source of all blessings, first studied and mastered it.
Mbh.12.121.6933 He is called by these names also, viz, Kapardin, Sankara, Rudra, Bhava, Sthanu and the lord of Uma.
Mbh.12.152.9234 were thus disputing and while the kinsmen of the deceased child sat listening to them, the great god Sankara, urged by his divine spouse Uma, came there with eyes bathed in tears of compassion.
Mbh.12.189.11329 Also, the divine Master of the universe, the lord of Uma, reduced Kama the deity of desire to extinction.
Mbh.12.282.17402 Uma said, Why, O Mahadeva, dost thou not proceed to that Sacrifice?
Mbh.12.282.17406 Uma said, O illustrious one, among all beings thou art the foremost in puissance.
Mbh.12.283.17455 Understanding that the goddess Uma had become filled with rage and grief, the puissant Mahadeva, who is the soul of all things, gave way to wrath.
Mbh.12.283.17489 Meanwhile' continued Vaisampayana, the goddess Uma, sitting with her lord, said these words'
Mbh.12.283.17490 Uma said, What are those gifts, what those vows, and what are those penances, that I should make or undergo by means of which my illustrious husband may be able to obtain a half or a third share of the offerings in sacrifices.
Mbh.12.283.17504 Having said these words unto his spouse Uma who was dearer to him than his own life, the puissant Mahadeva created from his mouth a terrible Being whose very sight could make one's hair stand on its end.
Mbh.12.283.17509 Thus ordered, that Being of leonine prowess who had issued from the mouth of Mahadeva, desired to destroy the Sacrifice of Daksha, without putting forth all his energy and without the assistance of any one else, for dispelling the wrath of Uma.
Mbh.12.283.17548 Virabhadra said, I am neither Rudra nor his spouse, the goddess Uma.
Mbh.12.283.17557 O foremost of Brahmanas, seek the protection of that Lord of the deities, the spouse of Uma.
Mbh.12.284.17842 Having said these words, Mahadeva, with his spouse Uma and with all his attendants disappeared from the view of Daksha of immeasurable prowess.
Mbh.12.284.17853 That man obtains all objects of enjoyment and pleasure and all things that are wished for by him, who, practising self-restraint, makes according to due rites offerings unto Mahadeva, Guha, Uma, and Nandi, and after that utters their names without delay, in proper order and with devotion.
Mbh.12.289.18168 The lord of Uma, beholding Bhargava thus brought upon the palm of his hand, opened his mouth.
Mbh.12.289.18190 The goddess Uma then interposed and forbade the angry lord of all creatures, viz, her spouse, to slay the Brahmana.
Mbh.12.289.18196 Bowing unto the boon-giving Mahadeva and to also his spouse the goddess Uma, the great ascetic Usanas, endued with superior intelligence, proceeded to the place he chose.
Mbh.12.292.18303 by hymning the praises of the goddess Uma, he sports in the firmament, endued with great splendour
Mbh.12.323.20595 The puissant Vyasa remained there for a hundred years, subsisting on air alone, engaged in adoring Mahadeva of multifarious form, the lord of Uma.
Mbh.12.342.22579 The daughter, named Uma, of the Himavat mountains, was desired by Rudra in marriage After Himavat had promised the hand of Uma to Mahadeva, the great Rishi Bhrigu, approaching Himavat, addressed him, saying, Give this daughter of thine unto me in marriage.
Mbh.12.342.22724 Do thou bend thy head unto that god of gods, that lord of Uma, endued with immeasurable puissance With concentrated soul, do thou bend thy head unto that illustrious Lord of the universe, that indestructible deity, otherwise called by the name of Hari.
Mbh.12.349.23431 The cult known by the name of Pasupata was promulgated by the Lord of Uma, that master of all creatures, viz, the cheerful Siva, otherwise known by the name of Sreekantha, the son of Brahma.
Mbh.13.14.1265 All creatures of the feminine sex, have sprung from Ulna's nature as their cause, and hence it is they bear the mark of femininity that distinguishes Uma; while all creatures that are masculine, having sprung from Siva, bear the masculine mark that distinguishes Siva.
Mbh.13.14.1267 Every being with the mark of the masculine sex should be known to be of Isana, while every being with the mark of the feminine sex should be known to be of Uma.
Mbh.13.14.1285 Upon the back of that animal I beheld seated the illustrious Mahadeva with his spouse Uma.
Mbh.13.14.1342 Close to the goddess Uma was Skanda seated on his peacock, bearing his fatal dart and bells, and looking like another Agni.
Mbh.13.14.1493 himself of dazzling splendour, accompanied by his spouse Uma.
Mbh.13.14.1523 After I had bowed unto him, his spouse, viz, the goddess Uma, became gratified with me.
Mbh.13.14.1554 The puissant Sankara then, devoted to the good of the universe, looked at the goddess Uma and the lord of the celestials and myself also, and thus spoke unto me, We know, O Krishna, that thou, O slayer of foes, art filled with the greatest devotion towards us.
Mbh.13.15.1566 Uma said, It shall be even so, O thou that art possessed of prowess and puissance equal to that of a celestial.
Mbh.13.17.1832 Thou art the Lord of Uma.
Mbh.13.17.2603 Thou art the husband of Uma, the daughter of Himavat.
Mbh.13.19.2931 It was there that the goddess Uma practised the severest austerities for the sake of obtaining for her lord the three-eyed Deity.
Mbh.13.19.2932 Hence, it is said, that spot is much liked by both Mahadeva and Uma.
Mbh.13.19.2952 He then worshipped with due rites both Rudra and his spouse Uma, and rested for some more time by the side of that lake in the course of the Vahuda whose shores he had reached.
Mbh.13.84.7557 Bending their heads with reverence and gratifying Mahadeva and his boon giving spouse Uma, both of whom were seated together, they addressed Rudra, O perpetuator of Bhrigu's race, saying, This union, O illustrious and sinless one, of thine with the goddess, is a union of one endued with penances with another of penances as severe!
Mbh.13.84.7560 The goddess Uma, also is possessed of energy that is equally irresistible.
Mbh.13.84.7571 That favour consists in thy not begetting a son, O foremost of the deities, upon the goddess Uma.
Mbh.13.85.7689 We have been cursed by the great goddess Uma.
Mbh.13.140.11472 SECTION CXL Bhishma said, Then Narada, that holy Rishi, that friend of Narayana, recited the following narrative of the discourse between Sankara and his spouse Uma'
Mbh.13.140.11522 The beautiful Uma, with smiling lips and desirous of playing a jest, covered from behind, with her two beautiful hands, the eyes of Mahadeva.
Mbh.13.140.11539 Then Sarva, seeing Uma overcome by an accession of womanly mildness and finding that she was unwilling to behold her father Himavat reduced to that pitiable plight, cast benignant looks upon the mountain.
Mbh.13.140.11543 Beholding Himavat to his natural condition, the goddess Uma, divested of every fault, addressed her lord, that master of all creatures, the divine Maheswara, in these words'
Mbh.13.140.11544 Uma said, O holy one, O lord of all creatures, O deity that art armed with the trident, O thou of high vows, a great doubt has filled my mind.
Mbh.13.140.11554 Uma said, O holy one, why are those faces of thine which are on the east, the north, and the west, so handsome and so agreeable to look at like the very moon?
Mbh.13.141.11580 Uma said, When, O foremost of all creatures, there are so many excellent vehicles endued with great beauty, why is it that thou hast selected a bovine bull for thy vehicle'
Mbh.13.141.11587 Uma said, Thou hast many abodes in heaven, of diverse forms and possessed of every comfort and luxury.
Mbh.13.141.11599 Uma said, O holy one, O lord of all creatures, O foremost of all observers of duties and religious rites, I have a great doubt, O wielder of Pinaka, O giver of boons.
Mbh.13.141.11612 Uma said, O holy one, I wish to ask thee another question about which I have great doubts.
Mbh.13.141.11629 Uma said, O holy one, my doubts have not been dispelled.
Mbh.13.141.11680 Uma said, Thou has recited to me what the respective duties are of the four orders, auspicious and beneficial for them.
Mbh.13.141.11754 Uma said, Thou halt recited the religion of the householders, that of Emancipation, and that which is based upon the observances of the righteous.
Mbh.13.142.11804 SECTION CXLII Uma said, Forest recluses reside in delightful regions, among the springs and fountains of rivers, in bowers by the sides of streams and rills, on hills and mountains, in woods and forests, and in sacred spots full of fruits and roots.
Mbh.13.142.11831 Uma said, O holy one, O lord of all creatures, O thou that art worshipped by all beings, I desire to hear what the religion is of those Munis that are followers of the scriptures treating of ascetic success.
Mbh.13.142.11854 Uma said.
Mbh.13.143.11880 SECTION CXLIII Uma said, O holy one, O thou that didst tear off the eyes of Bhaga and the teeth of Pushan, O destroyer of the sacrifice of Daksha, O three-eyed deity, I have a great doubt.
Mbh.13.144.11987 SECTION CXLIV Uma said, O holy one, O Lord of all beings, O thou that art worshipped by the deities and Asuras equally, tell me what are the duties and derelictions of men.
Mbh.13.144.12011 Uma said, Tell me, O illustrious deity, O sinless lord of all creatures, what are those words by which one becomes enchained and what are those words by uttering which one may be freed from one's bonds'
Mbh.13.144.12024 Uma said, Do thou tell me, O god of gods, O wielder of Pinaka, O thou that art highly blessed, what those mental acts or thoughts are by which a person may be enchained'
Mbh.13.144.12039 Uma said, I have a great doubt, O Maheswara, on a subject connected with human beings.
Mbh.13.145.12066 SECTION CXLV Uma said, By what disposition, what conduct, what acts, and what gifts, does a man succeed in attaining to Heaven'
Mbh.13.145.12119 Uma said, In the world some men are seen well-versed in inferences and the premises leading to them.
Mbh.13.145.12135 Uma said, What acts, O foremost of the deities, are faulty, and what acts are faultless?
Mbh.13.145.12141 Uma said, There are men who hate righteousness and who are possessed of little understanding.
Mbh.13.146.12181 Uma said, O holy one, O lord of all created things, O source of all that is past, present, and future, it is through thy grace that the words I am uttering are taking their rise in my mind.
Mbh.13.146.12193 Uma said, The illustrious god has asked a question relating to the duties of women.
Mbh.13.146.12210 In this way, the goddess Uma was worshipped by Ganga and honoured with the ascription of many high merits.
Mbh.13.146.12212 Uma said, I shall, according to the ordinance, discourse on the subject of women's duties as far as they are known to me.
Mbh.13.148.12383 The discourse too between Sankara and Uma had been heard by them with the feelings.
Mbh.13.148.12395 Since, however, asked by us, it pleased Thee to ask us in return, we have, for that reason, recited everything about the discourse of Bhava with Uma to Thee for only pleasing Thee.
Mbh.13.148.12472 Hearing this discourse, fraught with righteousness, between Sankara and Uma, that I have recited in the presence of this righteous conclave, one should worship with reverence that god having the bovine bull for the device on his banner.
Mbh.13.160.13402 Then the illustrious Grandsire Brahma, reflecting with the aid of his penances, found out that that child was the foremost of all Beings, the lord of Uma, Mahadeva of immeasurable prowess.
Mbh.13.160.13404 The deities also began to hymn the praises of both Uma and Rudra.
Mbh.14.8.211 SECTION VIII Samvarta said, There is a peak named Munjaban on the summits of the Himalaya mountains, where the adorable Lord of Uma Mahadeva is constantly engaged in austere devotional exercises.
Mbh.14.8.212 There the mighty and worshipful god of great puissance, accompanied by his consort Uma, and armed with his trident, surrounded by wild goblins of many sorts, pursuing his random wish or fancy, constantly resides in the shade of giant forest trees, or in the caves, or on the rugged peaks of the great mountain.
Mbh.14.8.213 And there the Rudras, the Saddhyas, Viswedevas, the Vasus, Yama, Varuna, and Kuvera with all his attendants, and the spirits and goblins, and the two Aswins, the Gandharvas, the Apsaras, the Yakshas, as also the celestial sages, the Sun-gods, as well as the gods presiding over the winds, and evil spirits of all sorts, worship the high-souled lord of Uma, possessed of diverse characteristics.
Mbh.14.43.1742 Know that the goddess Uma is the foremost and the most auspicious of women.
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