Uttara

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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.1.1.151 When I heard that the king of Matsya, had offered his virtuous daughter Uttara to Arjuna and that Arjuna had accepted her for his son, then, O Sanjaya, I had no hope of success.
Mbh.1.1.192 When I heard that Aswatthaman while being pursued by Bhimasena had discharged the first of weapons called Aishika, by which the embryo in the womb of Uttara was wounded, then, O Sanjaya, I had no hope of success.
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.1.49.2514 And he was born in the womb of Uttara when the Kuru race was almost extinct.
Mbh.1.95.5352 He married Uttara, the daughter of Virata, who brought forth a dead child whom Kunti took up on her lap at the command of Vasudeva who said, I will revive this child of six months'
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.2.22.1011 Damvodhava, Kartavirya, Uttara, and Vrihadratha, were kings that met with destruction, along with all their forces, for having disregarded their superiors.
Mbh.4.11.420 O lord of men, assign me unto the princess Uttara.
Mbh.4.36.1442 SECTION XXXVI Uttara said, Firm as I am in the use of the bow, I would set out this very day in the track of the kine if only some one skilled in the management of horses becomes my charioteer.
Mbh.4.36.1455 And the hero said, Do thou, O beauteous one, at my request say unto Uttara without delay, This Vrihannala was formerly the accomplished resolute charioteer of Pandu's son Arjuna.
Mbh.4.36.1463 Uttara said, Thou knowest, O Sairindhri, this youth.
Mbh.4.36.1467 Thus addressed by the Sairindhri, Uttara spake unto his sister, Go thyself, O thou of faultless beauty, and bring Vrihannala hither'
Mbh.4.37.1493 Uttara said, O Vrihannala, be thou a singer or a dancer, hold thou for the present, without loss of time, the reins of my excellent steeds, mounting upon my car'
Mbh.4.37.1494 Vaisampayana continued, Although that oppressor of foes, the son of Pandu, was acquainted with everything, yet in the presence of Uttara, he began to make many mistakes for the sake of fun.
Mbh.4.37.1496 And seeing him quite ignorant of putting on armour, Uttara himself equipped Vrihannala with a costly coat of mail.
Mbh.4.37.1499 And his friend, Uttara and her maidens then said unto Vrihannala, Do thou, O Vrihannala, bring for our dolls when thou comest back various kinds of good and fine cloths after vanquishing the Kurus assembled for battle of whom Bhishma and Drona are foremost'
Mbh.4.37.1501 If, thus Uttara can vanquish those mighty warriors in battle, I will certainly bring excellent and beautiful cloths'
Mbh.4.37.1503 Just, however, as they were starting elderly dames and maidens, and Brahmanas of rigid vows, beholding Uttara seated on his excellent car with Vrihannala as charioteer and under that great banner hoisted on high, walked round the car to bless the hero.
Mbh.4.37.1504 And the women said, Let the victory that Arjuna treading like a bull had achieved of old on the occasion of burning the forest of Khandava, be thine, O Vrihannala, when thou encounterest the Kurus today with prince Uttara
Mbh.4.38.1520 Vaisampayana continued, And the low-minded and foolish Uttara out of folly alone, began to bewail his fate in the presence of the high-spirited Arjuna disguised as his charioteer in these words, My father hath gone out to meet the Trigartas taking with him his whole army, leaving me in the empty city.
Mbh.4.38.1536 Uttara said, Let the Kurus rob the Matsyas off all their wealth.
Mbh.4.38.1556 It is Uttara who must have come out of the city, having, without doubt, made as a charioteer Arjuna, the son of Pritha, now living in disguise.
Mbh.4.38.1560 Meanwhile, Dhananjaya, hastily pursuing the retreating Uttara, seized him by the hair within a hundred steps.
Mbh.4.38.1566 Vaisampayana continued, Thus addressed, that tiger among men laughingly dragged Uttara who was almost deprived of his senses and who was uttering these words of lamentation towards the car.
Mbh.4.38.1573 Thus speaking unto Uttara, the son of Virata, Vibhatsu, heretofore unconquered in battle, for a while comforted him.
Mbh.4.39.1575 SECTION XXXIX Vaisampayana said, Beholding that bull among men seated on the car in the habit of a person of the third sex, driving toward the Sami tree, having taken the flying Uttara up, all the great car-warriors of the Kurus with Bhishma and Drona at their head, became affrighted at heart, suspecting the comer to be Dhananjaya.
Mbh.4.40.1599 SECTION XL Vaisampayana said, Having reached that Sami tree, and having ascertained Virata's son to be exceedingly delicate and inexperienced in battle, Partha addressed him, saying, Enjoined by me, O Uttara, quickly take down from this tree some bows that are there.
Mbh.4.41.1605 SECTION XLI Uttara said, It hath been heard by us that a corpse is tied in this tree.
Mbh.4.42.1618 SECTION XLII Uttara said, To what warrior of fame doth this excellent bow belong, on which are a hundred golden bosses and which hath such radiant ends?
Mbh.4.44.1666 SECTION XLIV Uttara said, Indeed, these weapons adorned with gold, belonging to the light-handed and high-souled Partha, look exceedingly beautiful.
Mbh.4.44.1673 Uttara said, I would believe all this if thou canst enumerate the ten names of Partha, previously heard by me'
Mbh.4.44.1678 Uttara said, Tell me truly why art thou called Vijaya, and why Swetavahana.
Mbh.4.44.1684 They call me Falguna because I was born on the breast of the Himavat on a day when the constellation Uttara Falguna was on the ascendent.
Mbh.4.44.1691 Vaisampayana continued, The son of Virata then, approaching nearer saluted Partha and said, My name is Bhuminjaya, and I am also called Uttara.
Mbh.4.45.1696 SECTION XLV Uttara said, O hero, mounting on this large car with myself as driver, which division of the hostile army wouldst thou penetrate?
Mbh.4.45.1703 Vaisampayana continued, Hearing these words of Arjuna, Uttara cast off all inactivity.
Mbh.4.45.1714 Uttara said, I am no longer afraid of these.
Mbh.4.45.1723 Uttara said, Thou hast conferred a great favour on me today, for I now find that my suspicion was not altogether unfounded.
Mbh.4.45.1751 And Uttara said, Thou, O best of Pandavas, art alone.
Mbh.4.46.1762 SECTION XLVI Vaisampayana said, Making Uttara his charioteer, and circumambulating the Sami tree, the son of Pandu set out taking all his weapons with him.
Mbh.4.46.1763 And that mighty car-warrior set out with Uttara as the driver of his car, having taken down that banner with the lion's figure and deposited it at the foot of the Sami tree.
Mbh.4.46.1771 And Uttara also, greatly affrighted, sat down on the car.
Mbh.4.46.1773 And embracing Uttara, he encouraged him also, saying, Fear not, O foremost of princes, thou art, O chastiser of foes, a Kshatriya by birth.
Mbh.4.46.1777 Uttara said, Heard have I the blare of many a conch and many a trumpet and the roar of many an elephant stationed in the battle-array, but never have I heard before the blare of such conch.
Mbh.4.46.1787 And Uttara once again sat down on the car, clinging to it in fear.
Mbh.4.55.2097 And for his dexterity in applying celestial weapons, and for the training of the steeds and the skill of Uttara, and for the coursing of his weapons, and his prowess and light-handedness, people began to regard Arjuna as the fire that blazeth forth during the time of the universal dissolution for consuming all created things.
Mbh.4.55.2133 Arjuna replied, O Uttara, yonder auspicious warrior whom thou seest cased in coat of tiger-skin and stationed on his car furnished with a blue-flag and drawn by red steeds, is Kripa.
Mbh.4.57.2176 And versed in horse-lore, Uttara, having approached the Kuru host, turned back those steeds endued with the speed of the wind.
Mbh.4.58.2216 And beholding at no great distance from him the preceptor advancing on his golden car, Arjuna that foremost of victorious warriors, addressing Uttara, said, Blessed be thou, O friend, carry me before that warrior on whose high banner-top is seen a golden altar resembling a long flame of fire and decked with numerous flags placed around, and whose car is drawn by steeds that are red and large, exceedingly handsome and highly-trained, of face pleasant and of quiet mien, and like unto corals in colour and with faces of coppery hue, for that warrior is Drona with whom I desire to fight.
Mbh.4.58.2221 Therefore, take me before the preceptor and carry me thither, O Uttara'
Mbh.4.60.2359 And at this, the mighty car-warrior Arjuna and Uttara, both began to address him contumely
Mbh.4.61.2362 Thereupon, beholding that mighty host thronged with cars and horses and elephants, Uttara, sorely pierced with arrows, said, O hero, I am no longer able to guide thy excellent steeds.
Mbh.4.65.2542 And when the Kuru army became insensible, Partha calling to mind the words of Uttara, addressed the son of the Matsya king, saying, O best of men, go thou among the Kurus, so long as they remain insensible, and bring away the white garments of Drona and Kripa, and the yellow and handsome ones of Karna, as also the blue ones of the king and Drona's son.
Mbh.4.66.2583 Uttara said, The feat thou hast achieved is beyond my power.
Mbh.4.66.2591 And that illustrious hero entered the city of Virata, with a cheerful heart rehabilitating himself as Vrihannala, the car-driver of Uttara'
Mbh.4.66.2592 Vaisampayana continued, When all the Kauravas utterly routed and vanquished, set out in a dejected mood for Hastinapura, Falguna, on his way back, addressed Uttara, saying, O prince, O hero of mighty arms, seeing the kine escorted in advance of us by the cowherds, we shall enter Virata's metropolis in the afternoon, having tended the steeds with drink and a bath.
Mbh.4.66.2594 Vaisampayana continued, Agreeable to Arjuna's words, Uttara speedily ordered the messengers, saying, Go ye and proclaim the king's victory.
Mbh.4.67.2603 And Virata, the king of the Matsyas owning a large army, enquired after Uttara, saying, Where hath Uttara gone'
Mbh.4.67.2606 Therefore, let those of my warriors that have not been wounded by the Trigartas go out, accompanied by a mighty force, for the protection of Uttara'
Mbh.4.67.2613 Vaisampayana continued, Meanwhile, the swift-footed messengers despatched by Uttara, having reached Virata's city, gave tidings of the victory.
Mbh.4.67.2614 And the minister-in-chief then informed the king of everything, viz, the great victory that had been won, the defeat of the Kurus, and the expected arrival of Uttara.
Mbh.4.67.2615 And he said, All the kine have been brought back, the Kurus have been defeated, and Uttara, that slayer of foes, is well with his car-driver'
Mbh.4.67.2622 And let Uttara, too, in gorgeous attire and surrounded by virgins and chanters of eulogies, go forth to receive my son'
Mbh.4.67.2623 Vaisampayana continued, Having listened to these words of the king, all the citizens with auspicious things in hand, and many amongst them with cymbals and trumpets and conchs, and beautiful women attired in gorgeous robes, and reciters of auspicious and sacred hymns, accompanied by encomiasts and minstrels, and drummers and other kinds of musicians issued forth from the city of the mighty Virata to welcome Uttara of immeasurable prowess.
Mbh.4.67.2657 Meanwhile; Uttara, entertained with sweet perfumes of diverse kinds and decked with floral chaplets, slowly entered the city, received with respect by the citizens, the women, and the people of the provinces.
Mbh.4.67.2659 And the porter then, approaching the king, said, Thy son Uttara, waiteth at the gate with Vrihannala as his companion'
Mbh.4.67.2661 Then Yudhishthira, the king of t e Kurus, gently whispered unto the ears of the warder, Let Uttara enter alone; Vrihannala must not come in.
Mbh.4.68.2666 And seeing this, Uttara asked his father in a hurry, saying, By whom, O king, hath this one been struck?
Mbh.4.68.2671 Uttara said, Thou hast, O king, committed an improper act.
Mbh.4.68.2680 And the king, having appeased the chief of the Kurus, began to praise, in Savyasachin's hearing, Uttara who had returned from the battle.
Mbh.4.69.2692 SECTION LXIX Uttara said, The kine have not been recovered by me, nor have the foe been vanquished by me.
Mbh.4.69.2710 Uttara replied, The mighty son of a deity disappeared there and then.
Mbh.4.69.2712 Vaisampayana continued, Virata, that owner of a large army, remained ignorant of the son of Pandu who was thus described unto him by Uttara, and who was living in the palace in disguise.
Mbh.4.69.2714 And the beautiful Uttara, obtaining those new and costly clothes of diverse kinds, became highly glad, along with the son of the Matsya king
Mbh.4.71.2759 And Uttara once again identified the sons of Pritha.
Mbh.4.71.2773 Vaisampayana continued, Hearing these words of his, the mighty king of the Matsyas, considering himself guilty of having offended Yudhishthira, said unto Uttara in reply, I think the time hath come for me to propitiate the sons of Pandu.
Mbh.4.71.2774 And, if thou likest, I shall bestow my daughter Uttara upon Arjuna'
Mbh.4.71.2775 Uttara said, Worthy of our adorations and worship and respect, the time hath come for worshipping the illustrious sons of Pandu who deserve to be worshipped by us'
Mbh.4.71.2790 And let Dhananjaya, called also Savyasachin, accept the hand of Uttara: for that best of men is fit to be her lord'
Mbh.4.72.2804 I accept, therefore, O king, thy daughter Uttara as my daughter-in-law.
Mbh.4.72.2830 And they all came there, leading forth the princess Uttara decked in every ornament and resembling the daughter of the great Indra himself.
Mbh.5.57.3150 And that lord of earth, Virata, with his two sons Sankha and Uttara, as also with those heroes Suryadatta and others, headed by Madiraksha and surrounded by one Akshauhini of troops, hath thus accompanied by brothers and sons, joined the son of Pritha.
Mbh.5.57.3175 Those that have Yudhishthira for their leader, the slayer of Madhu for their protector, the heroic Savyasachin and Vrikodara for their warriors, and Nakula, and Sahadeva, and Dhrishtadyumna, the son of Prishata, and Satyaki, and Drupada, and Dhrishtaketu with his son, and Uttamaujas, and the unconquerable Yudhamanyu of the Panchalas, and Sikhandin, and Kshatradeva, and Uttara, the son of Virata, and Kasayas, the Chedis, the Matsyas, the Srinjayas, Vabhru the son of Virata, the Panchalas, and the Prabhadrakas, for fighting for them, those, indeed, from whom Indra himself cannot, if they are unwilling, snatch this earth, those heroes, cool and steady, in fight, who can split the very mountains, alas, it is with them that are endued with every virtue and possessed of superhuman prowess that this wicked son of mine, O Sanjaya, desireth to fight, disregarding me even though I am crying myself hoarse'
Mbh.5.171.7721 Virata's son Uttara is, in my judgment, one of the foremost of Rathas.
Mbh.6.3.116 The planet Sukra, ascending towards Purva Bhadra, shineth brilliantly, and wheeling towards the Uttara Bhadra, looketh towards it, having effected a junction with a smaller planet.
Mbh.6.45.2280 And thy son Viravahu battled with that best of car-warriors Uttara, the son of Virata and pierced him with nine arrows.
Mbh.6.45.2281 And Uttara also pierced that hero with sharp-edged arrows.
Mbh.6.47.2381 And Uttara also, the son of Virata, on a tusker with upraised trunk, rushed against the ruler of the Madras.
Mbh.6.47.2384 The ruler of the Madras then, staying on that car whose steeds had been slain, hurled a dart, all made of iron, and resembling a snake, for slaying Uttara outright.
Mbh.6.47.2389 And beholding his brother Uttara slain and seeing Salya staying with Kritavarman, Virata's son Sweta blazed up in wrath, like fire blazing up with clarified butter.
Mbh.6.99.5269 Having vanquished Karna also who is very boastful of his manliness, he gave the latter's robes unto Uttara.
Mbh.7.23.1097 Fleet steeds of yellow colour and decked in chains of gold, bore with great speed the son Uttara of that slayer of foes, viz, Virata, the royal chief of the Matsyas.
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.7.76.3336 O Panchali, console Uttara!
Mbh.7.76.3340 Having consoled his sister and Draupadi and Uttara thus, that chastiser of foes, viz, the mighty-armed Krishna, returned to Partha's side.
Mbh.8.6.192 Virata's son Sankha, as also Uttara of great strength, having accomplished the most difficult feats, have repaired to Yama's abode.
Mbh.11.20.858 O Krishna, the ladies of the royal house of Matsya are dragging away the afflicted Uttara, baffled of all her purposes, while lamenting in this strain.
Mbh.11.20.859 Those ladies, dragging away the afflicted Uttara, themselves still more afflicted than that girl, are weeping and uttering loud wails at sight of the slain Virata.
Mbh.11.20.864 Behold also, O Madhava, those other children besides Abhimanyu, Uttara, Sudakshina the prince of the Kambhojas, and the handsome Lakshmana, all lying on the field of battle
Mbh.13.64.6220 One who makes, under the constellation Uttara, a gift of mutton, gratifies the Paris by such an act attains to inexhaustible merit in the next world.
Mbh.14.61.2827 Beholding her daughter-in-law Uttara, she said, O blessed girl, where has thy husband gone?
Mbh.14.61.2843 Do thou cast thy eyes on Uttara who is quick with child.
Mbh.14.62.2868 The highly intelligent Rishi, endued with great energy, arrived at the palace, addressed Pritha of large eyes, as also Uttara herself, saying, Let this grief be abandoned.
Mbh.14.66.2967 Indeed, that hero came for seeing Draupadi and Uttara and Pirtha and for comforting those Kshatriya ladies of distinction who had been bereft of many of their protectors.
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.14.66.2993 Uttara, O slayer of foes, always repeats the words said unto her by Abhimanyu.
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.14.67.3006 The blade of grass inspired into a weapon of great efficacy, uplifted by Drona's son for compassing the destruction of Bhimasena, fell upon Uttara and Vijaya and myself
Mbh.14.67.3030 It behoveth thee, O mighty-armed one, to show compassion to this Uttara or to me, thinking that I am thy sister or even a mother that hath lost her son, and one that hath thrown herself upon thy protection
Mbh.14.69.3062 SECTION LXIX Vaisampayana said, The helpless Uttara, desirous of getting back her child, having indulged in these piteous lamentations, fell down in affliction on the earth like a demented creature.
Mbh.14.69.3066 Regaining consciousness, O chief of Bharata's race, Uttara took up her child on her lap and said these words: Thou art the child of one who was conversant with every duty.
Mbh.14.69.3076 Beholding Uttara, who indulged in these lamentations, fallen on the earth, all those ladies, raising her, caused her to sit up.
Mbh.14.69.3080 Then he of pure soul, said these words in the hearing of the whole universe, O Uttara, I never utter an untruth.
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.14.70.3103 Uttara, rising up at the proper time, with a delighted heart and bearing her child in her arms, reverentially saluted the delighter of the Yadus.
Mbh.15.15.641 Drupada's daughter Krishna, she of the Sattwata race, Uttara the daughter-in-law of the Kauravas, who had recently become a mother, Chitrangada, and other ladies of the royal house-hold, all proceeded with the old monarch.
Mbh.18.5.228 SECTION Janamejaya said, Bhishma and Drona, those two high-souled persons, king Dhritarashtra, and Virata and Drupada, and Sankha and Uttara.
Mbh.18.5.247 Both Virata and Drupada, the king Dhrishtaketu, as also Nishatha, Akrura, Samva, Bhanukampa, and Viduratha, and Bhurishrava and Sala and king Bhuri, and Kansa, and Ugrasena, and Vasudeva, and Uttara, that foremost of men, with his brother Sankhaall these foremost of persons entered the deities.
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