Vaisampayana

Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 07 Mar 2010 09:00 and updated at 07 Mar 2010 09:00

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MAHABHARATA NOUN

Vaisampayana is mentioned many (1238) times in Mahabharata. For a summary of the references, see the bond data.

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Mbh.1.1.11 Sauti said, Having heard the diverse sacred and wonderful stories which were composed in his Mahabharata by Krishna-Dwaipayana, and which were recited in full by Vaisampayana at the Snake-sacrifice of the high-souled royal sage Janamejaya and in the presence also of that chief of Princes, the son of Parikshit, and having wandered about, visiting many sacred waters and holy shrines, I journeyed to the country venerated by the Dwijas twice-born and called Samantapanchaka where formerly was fought the battle between the children of Kuru and Pandu, and all the chiefs of the land ranged on either side.
Mbh.1.1.17 We are desirous of hearing that history also called Bharata, the holy composition of the wonderful Vyasa, which dispelleth the fear of evil, just as it was cheerfully recited by the Rishi Vaisampayana, under the direction of Dwaipayana himself, at the snake-sacrifice of Raja Janamejaya'
Mbh.1.1.80 It was not till after these were born, grown up, and departed on the supreme journey, that the great Rishi Vyasa published the Bharata in this region of mankind; when being solicited by Janamejaya and thousands of Brahmanas, he instructed his disciple Vaisampayana, who was seated near him; and he, sitting together with the Sadasyas, recited the Bharata, during the intervals of the ceremonies of the sacrifice, being repeatedly urged to proceed.
Mbh.1.1.88 Narada recited them to the Devas, Devala to the Pitris, and Suka published them to the Gandharvas, Yakshas, and Rakshasas: and in this world they were recited by Vaisampayana, one of the disciples of Vyasa, a man of just principles and the first among all those acquainted with the Vedas.
Mbh.1.5.985 Sauti answered, By me hath been acquired all that was formerly studied by the high-souled Brahmanas including Vaisampayana and repeated by them; by me hath been acquired all that had been studied by my father.
Mbh.1.60.2898 Hearing those words of Janamejaya, Krishna-Dwaipayana directed his disciple Vaisampayana seated by his side, saying, The discord that happened between the Kurus and the Pandavas of old, narrate all to the king even as thou hast heard from me'
Mbh.1.61.2901 SECTION LXI Adivansavatarana Parva continued Vaisampayana said, Bowing down in the first place to my preceptor with the eight parts of my body touching the ground, with devotion and reverence, and with all my heart, worshipping the whole assembly of Brahmanas and other learned persons, I shall recite in full what I have heard from the high-souled and great Rishi Vyasa, the first of intelligent men in the three worlds.
Mbh.1.62.2975 Vaisampayana said, O monarch, appoint thou a time for hearing it.
Mbh.1.63.3026 SECTION LXIII Adivansavatarana Parva continued Vaisampayana said, There was a king of the name of Uparichara.
Mbh.1.63.3145 The boon-giving great one then taught Sumanta, Jaimini, Paila, his son Suka, and Vaisampayana, the Vedas having the Mahabharata for their fifth.
Mbh.1.64.3192 Vaisampayana said, It hath been heard by us, O monarch, that what thou askest is a mystery even to the gods.
Mbh.1.64.3243 Vaisampayana continued, Having said so unto the Earth, O king, the divine Brahman bade her farewell.
Mbh.1.65.3250 SECTION LXV Sambhava Parva Vaisampayana said, Then Indra had a consultation with Narayana about the latter's descent on the earth from heaven with all the gods according to their respective parts.
Mbh.1.65.3258 Vaisampayana said, Indeed, I shall, having bowed down to the Self-create, tell thee in detail the origin of the celestials and other creatures.
Mbh.1.66.3307 SECTION LXVI Sambhava Parva continued Vaisampayana said, It is known that the spiritual sons of Brahman were the six great Rishis already mentioned.
Mbh.1.67.3431 Vaisampayana said, O king of men, I shall first tell thee all about those celestials and Danavas that were born among men, The first of Danavas, who was known by the name of Viprachitti, became that bull among men, noted as Jarasandha.
Mbh.15.1.9 Vaisampayana said, Having got back their kingdom, the high-souled Pandavas, their foes all slain, ruled the Earth, placing Dhritarashtra at their head.
Mbh.15.2.38 SECTION II Vaisampayana said, Thus worshipped by the Pandavas, the royal soil of Amvika passed his time happily as before, waited upon and honoured by the Rishis.
Mbh.15.2.54 Vaisampayana continued, Possessed of great energy, that perpetuator of Kuru's race, viz, the old king Dhritarashtra, could not notice any ill-will in Yudhishthira Seeing that the high-souled Pandavas were in the observance of a wise and righteous conduct, king Dhritarashtra, the son of Amvika, became gratified with them.
Mbh.15.3.73 SECTION III Vaisampayana said, The people who lived in the Kuru kingdom failed to notice any variance in the cordiality that subsisted between king Yudhishthira and the father of Duryodhana.
Mbh.15.3.172 Vaisampayana continued, Having said these words unto king Yudhishthira, the just, king Dhritarashtra, the son of Amvika, trembling the while and with hands joined together, further said unto the high-souled Sanjaya and the great car-warrior Kripa, these words, I wish to solicit the king through you.
Mbh.15.3.185 Vaisampayana continued, The Pandava king, conversant with every duty, using his own hand, then softly rubbed with cold water the breast and the face of the old monarch.
Mbh.15.3.196 Vaisampayana said, Thus addressed, O Bharata, by the eldest brother of his father, the son of Kunti, from affection, gently touched every part of his body.
Mbh.15.4.225 Vaisampayana said, Thus addressed at that time by Vyasa of wonderful deeds, king Yudhishthira the just, possessed of mighty energy, said unto the great ascetic these words, Thy holy self is held by us in great reverence.
Mbh.15.4.232 Vaisampayana continued, Thus addressed by the king.
Mbh.15.4.249 Vaisampayana continued, Having said these words, Vyasa soothed the old king.
Mbh.15.5.256 SECTION V Vaisampayana said, Having received the king's permission, king Dhritarashtra of great energy then proceeded to his own palace, followed by Gandhari.
Mbh.15.8.399 Vaisampayana continued, Thus addressed by king Yudhishthira the just, of great intelligence, the royal sage, Dhritarashtra, O chief of the Bharatas, wished to obtain the king's permission about his retirement to the forest.
Mbh.15.8.408 Vaisampayana continued, Having said so to Gandhari, Dhritarashtra sent for Yudhishthira.
Mbh.15.10.458 SECTION X Vaisampayana said, Thus addressed, O thou of Kuru's race, by the old king, the citizens and the inhabitants of the provinces stood sometime like men deprived of consciousness.
Mbh.15.10.462 Vaisampayana continued, Hearing these pitiable words of the Kuru king, O monarch, the assembled denizens of Kurujangala all began to weep.
Mbh.15.10.526 Vaisampayana continued, Hearing these words, fraught with righteousness and merit, of that Brahmana and approving of them, every person in that assembly said, Excellent, Excellent' and accepted them as his own.
Mbh.15.11.531 SECTION XI Vaisampayana said, After that night had passed away, Dhritarashtra, the son of Amvika, despatched Vidura to Yudhishthira's mansion.
Mbh.15.12.572 Vaisampayana continued, Having said these words, king Yudhishthira the just, highly applauded Arjuna.
Mbh.15.13.586 SECTION XIII Vaisampayana said, Thus addressed by king Yudhishthira, Vidura, that foremost of all intelligent persons, returned to Dhritarashtra and said unto him these words of grave import.
Mbh.15.14.609 SECTION XIV Vaisampayana said, Thus addressed by Vidura, king Dhritarashtra became highly pleased, O monarch, with the act of Yudhishthira and Jishnu.
Mbh.15.15.627 SECTION XV Vaisampayana said, The royal son of Amvika, viz, Dhritarashtra, having settled the hour of his departure for the woods, summoned those heroes, the Pandavas.
Mbh.15.16.646 SECTION XVI Vaisampayana said, Great was the uproar, at that time, O king, of both men and women standing on the terraces of mansions or on the Earth.
Mbh.15.16.671 Vaisampayana continued, Thus addressed by her, the righteous-souled Yudhishthira, with passions under complete control, became, with all his brothers, plunged into great distress.
Mbh.15.18.730 SECTION XVIII Vaisampayana said, Hearing these words of Kunti, the sinless Pandavas, O best of kings, became ashamed.
Mbh.15.19.768 SECTION XIX Vaisampayana said.
Mbh.15.20.793 SECTION XX Vaisampayana said, Those foremost of ascetics, viz Narada and Parvata and Devala of austere penances, came there to see king Dhritarashtra.
Mbh.15.20.822 Vaisampayana continued, That high-souled chief of Kuru's race, possessed of learning, having, with his wife, heard these words of Narada, praised them and worshipped Narada with unprecedented honours.
Mbh.15.20.847 Vaisampayana continued.
Mbh.15.21.851 SECTION XXI Vaisampayana said, Upon the retirement of the chief of the Kurus into the forest, the Pandavas, O king, afflicted besides by grief on account of their mother, became very cheerless.
Mbh.15.22.872 SECTION XXII Vaisampayana said, Those foremost of men, the heroic Pandavas, those delighters of their mother, became exceedingly afflicted with grief.
Mbh.15.23.908 SECTION XXIII Vaisampayana said.
Mbh.15.24.928 SECTION XXIV Vaisampayana said, The Pandavas alighted, at a distance, from their cars and proceeded on foot to the retreat of the king, bending themselves in humility.
Mbh.15.25.951 SECTION XXV Vaisampayana said, The king, O chief of Bharata's race, with those foremost of men, viz, his brothers, who were all possessed of eyes that resembled lotus-petals, took his seat in the retreat of his eldest sire.
Mbh.15.25.978 Vaisampayana continued, Thus that king of Kuru's race, of very advanced years, having met with those sons of him that was a deity among men.
Mbh.15.26.999 Vaisampayana continued, Unto the old king who said so, Yudhishthira, conversant with morality and justice, and well-skilled in acts and speech, spoke as follows, putting some questions about his welfare'
Mbh.15.26.1008 Vaisampayana continued, Thus addressed, Dhritarashtra answered king Yudhishthira, saying, O son.
Mbh.15.27.1053 SECTION XXVII Vaisampayana said, They passed that night which was characterised by auspicious constellations even thus, O king, in that retreat of righteous ascetics.
Mbh.15.28.1087 SECTION XXVIII Vaisampayana said, After the high-souled Pandavas had all been seated, Satyavati's son Vyasa said, O Dhritarashtra of mighty arms, hast thou been able to achieve penances?
Mbh.15.29.1138 Vaisampayana said, With the permission of the Kuru king, the Pandavas, O monarch, with their troops and the ladies of their household, supported themselves on diverse kinds of food and drink and passed about a month in great happiness in that forest.
Mbh.15.29.1175 Vaisampayana continued, Hearing these lamentations expressed in diverse ways, of that royal sage, the grief, O Janamejaya, of Gandhari, became fresh.
Mbh.15.31.1285 Vaisampayana continued, All the persons there present, having heard the words of Vyasa, raised a loud leonine shout and then proceeded towards the Bhagirathi.
Mbh.15.32.1291 SECTION XXXII Vaisampayana said, When night came, all those persons, having finished their evening rites, approached Vyasa.
Mbh.15.33.1317 SECTION XXXIII Vaisampayana said.
Mbh.15.34.1354 Filled with joy, he once more questioned Vaisampayana on the subject of the reappearance of dead men, saying, How is it possible for persons whose bodies have been destroyed to re-appear in those very forms
Mbh.15.34.1356 Vaisampayana said, This is certain, viz, that acts are never destroyed without their consequences being enjoyed or endured.
Mbh.15.35.1392 SECTION XXXV Vaisampayana said, King Dhritarashtra had never beheld his own sons.
Mbh.15.35.1420 Conversant with all duties he then asked the Rishi Vaisampayana of unfading glory about the sequel, O best of ascetics, of king Dhritarashtra's residence in the woods
Mbh.15.36.1422 Vaisampayana said, Beholding that exceedingly wonderful sight, viz, the re-appearance of his children, the royal sage, Dhritarashtra, became divested of his grief and returned from the banks of the Bhagirathi to his retreat.
Mbh.15.36.1461 Vaisampayana continued, Unto the old monarch who said so, king Yudhishthira replied, O thou that art conversant with every rule of righteousness, it behoveth thee, not to cast me off in this way.
Mbh.15.36.1472 Vaisampayana continued, Thus addressed by Gandhari, King Yudhishthira, rubbing his eyes which were bathed in tears of affection, said these words of lament.
Mbh.15.37.1529 SECTION XXXVII Naradagamana Parva Vaisampayana said, After two years had elapsed from the date of the return of the Pandavas from the retreat of their sire, the celestial Rishi, Narada, O king, came to Yudhishthira.
Mbh.15.37.1595 Vaisampayana continued, Hearing of the exit of Dhritarashtra from this world, the high-souled Pandavas all gave way to great grief.
Mbh.15.39.1653 Vaisampayana continued, Then that lord of Earth, that foremost of men, that upholder of the burthens of the Pandavas, went out, accompanied by all his brothers as well as the ladies of his household.
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