Vala

Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 01 Mar 2010 16:09 and updated at 01 Mar 2010 16:09

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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.1.65.3285 They were Vikshara, Vala, Vira, and Vritra the great Asura.
Mbh.1.66.3397 Of her were born a son named Vala and a daughter named Sura wine, to the joy of the gods.
Mbh.1.88.4876 Even Sakra himself, the slayer of Vala, cannot here do thee any injury.
Mbh.1.141.7524 And Arjuna became celebrated for the firmness of his grasp of weapons, for his lightness of motion, precision of aim, and his proficiency in the use of the Kshura, Naracha, Vala and Vipatha weapons, indeed, of all weapons, whether straight or crooked or heavy.
Mbh.1.212.10428 And it was thus that Sthanu the great god came to have four faces, and the slayer of Vala, a thousand eyes.
Mbh.2.7.330 And, O King, many Apsaras and Gandharvas, by various kinds of dances and music both instrumental and vocal, and by the practice of auspicious rites, and by the exhibition of many feats of skill, gratify the lord of the celestials, Satakratu, the illustrious slayer of Vala and Vritra.
Mbh.2.23.1035 And saying this, Jarasandha, that represser of all foes endued, rushed with great energy at Bhimasena like the Asura Vala or old who rushed at the chief of the celestials.
Mbh.3.54.2723 Hearing the words of Narada the slaver of Vala and Vritra said, Those righteous rulers of the earth who fight renouncing all desire of life, and who meet death when their time is come by means of weapons, without flying from the field, theirs is this region, everlasting unto them and granting all desires, even as it is to me.
Mbh.3.54.2731 And all the lords of the earth desire to have that pearl of the earth, desire to have her eagerly, O slaver of Vala and Vritra'
Mbh.3.57.2869 And having attained that pearl of a woman, the virtuous king, O monarch, began to pass his days in joy, like the slayer of Vala and Vritra in the company of Sachi.
Mbh.3.58.2876 And seeing Kali, Sakra the slayer of Vala and Vritra, said, O Kali, say whither thou art going with Dwapara'
Mbh.3.110.5679 He by force of his penances caused Indra to rain; and that god, the slayer of the demons Vala and Vritra, dreading him, poured down rain during a drought.
Mbh.3.110.5685 And for what reason was Indra, the slayer of the demons Vala and Vritra, afraid of that same sagacious boy, and poured down rain during a period of drought?
Mbh.3.124.6319 And as he was about to take up an excellent portion of the Soma juice with the object of offering it to the two Aswins, the destroyer of the demon Vala Indra observed his act, and thus spoke unto him, If thou take up the Soma with a view to offering it to those celestials, I shall hurl at thee my thunderbolt of awful form, which is superior to all the weapons that exist'
Mbh.3.135.6914 And the god Indra, slayer of Vala, again came unto that great sage, who was engaged in austere penances; and forbade him, saying, Thou art striving with the object that Vedic lore may be manifest unto thee as well as unto thy father; but thy exertions can never be successful, nor is this act of thine well-advised'
Mbh.3.167.8477 And they said, Riding on this car, Maghavan conquered in battle Samvara, and Namuchi, and Vala, and Vritra, and Prahrada, and Naraka.
Mbh.3.170.8558 And I had also beheld the high and terrific encounter with Virochana's son, and, O Pandava, with Vala, and with Prahrada and with others also.
Mbh.3.191.9741 And the king of the frogs obtaining the leave of his daughter, returned to the place from which he had come and some time after the king begot three sons upon her and those sons were named Sala and Dala and Vala, and some time after, their father, installing the eldest of them of all on the throne and setting his heart on asceticism, retired into the forest.
Mbh.3.192.9822 And all persons, devoted to the duties of their respective orders, were perfectly happy and cheerful, and the slayer of Vala, beholding all the creatures of the world happy and cheerful, became himself filled with joy.
Mbh.3.192.9827 And the boon-giving slayer of Vala, the divine ruler of those that know not old age, being seated at his ease, asked Vaka the following question, O sinless Muni, thou hast lived for a hundred years!
Mbh.3.228.11446 He destroys the wicked and fulfils the desires of the righteous; and that Destroyer of Vala assigns to all creatures their various duties.
Mbh.3.228.11489 And the vanquisher of Vala then said to Skanda, O foremost of gods, this lady was, even before thy birth, destined to be thy bride by that Self-existent Being
Mbh.3.230.11648 And then the god Purandara Indra, the slayer of Vala, observing that they were unsteady and hard-pressed by the Asuras, tried to rally them with this speech, Do not be afraid, ye heroes, may success attend your efforts!
Mbh.3.298.14736 If the slayer himself of Vala and Vritra cometh to ask for the ear-rings for the benefit of the sons of Pandu, that will conduce to my fame, leading at the same time to his infamy!
Mbh.4.57.2173 And the slayer of Vala, although he steadfastly gazed at his son on the field of battle, was not satiated with such gazing SECTION LVII Vaisampayana said, Beholding the army of the Kurus arrayed in order of battle, that descendant of the Kuru race, Partha, addressing Virata's son, said, Do thou proceed to the spot where Kripa, the son of Saradwat, is going by the southern side of that car whose flag is seen to bear the device of a golden altar'
Mbh.5.9.309 Then the nymphs said, O Indra, O slayer of Vala, we shall so endeavour to allure him that thou wilt have nothing to fear at his hands.
Mbh.5.9.374 And as Vritra yawned and his mouth opened the slayer of the Asura, Vala contracted the different parts of his body, and came out from within Vritra's mouth.
Mbh.5.13.583 And at that place, the slayer of the Asura Vala, quaked when he looked at Nahusha, before whom all animated beings felt cowed, and who was unapproachable by virtue of the boon the Rishis had granted to him.
Mbh.5.16.713 Then Vrihaspati, accompanied by the gods, the saints and the Gandharvas, went and glorified the slayer of Vala by referring to his former deeds.
Mbh.5.16.714 And he said, O Indra, the great Asura Namuchi was killed by thee; and those two Asuras also of terrible strength, viz, Samvara and Vala.
Mbh.5.17.756 How fortunate, O slayer of Vala, that I behold thee with all thy enemies killed'
Mbh.5.76.3776 The Himavat, the ocean, the mighty wielder of the thunderbolt himself, viz, the slayer of Vala, even these three cannot, with all their power extricate the person attacked by me.
Mbh.5.104.4835 The slayer of Vala and Vritra did not make him a drinker of Amrita.
Mbh.5.105.4850 Indeed, O slayer of Vala and Vritra, I deserve all this, nay more, since being the lord of the three worlds in might.
Mbh.5.120.5361 Thereat the divine Sakra, the slayer of Vala, at once read his heart.
Mbh.6.14.729 Like unto a mighty cloud of high altitude, having the twang of his bowstring for its roar, his arrows for its rain-drops, and the sound of his bow for its thunder, that hero showering his shafts on Kunti's sons with the Panchalas and the Srinjayas on their side, smote hostile car-warriors like the slayer of Vala smiting the Danavas.
Mbh.6.45.2240 And Ghatotkacha of cruel deeds encountered the Rakshasa Alamvusha of cruel deeds like Sakra encountering Vala in battle.
Mbh.6.45.2243 And mangled with arrows they shone in that encounter like the mighty Sakra and the powerful Vala in the combat of old between the celestials and the Asuras.
Mbh.6.101.5396 Indeed, the Rakshasa rushed in battle against that mighty Pandava host which he began to slaughter, like Vala rushing against the celestial host.
Mbh.7.25.1326 Proud in battle, in consequence of the strength of his elephant, and arrogant in consequence of his age, I will this very day send him as a guest to the slayer of Vala'
Mbh.7.28.1457 Indeed, those high-souled princes, those relatives of thine by marriage, viz, Vrishaka and Achala, struck Partha very severely, like Vritra or Vala striking Indra of old.
Mbh.7.106.4955 The Rakshasa Ghatotkacha, then, that foremost of mighty beings, having thus slain his foe, uttered a loud shout, like Vasava after slaying the Asura Vala.
Mbh.7.115.5630 with a razor-faced arrow resembling the Yuga-fire, cut off from Sudarsana's trunk his head graced with ear-rings, resembling the moon at full, and decked with an exceedingly radiant face, like the wielder of the thunder, O king, in days of old, forcibly cutting off the head of the mighty Vala in battle.
Mbh.7.165.8899 The battle that took place between those two great bowmen resembled, O king, that between Vala and Vasava in days of yore.
Mbh.7.178.9726 The vanquisher of Vala himself, that foremost of heroes, wielding his thunder, is incapable of slaying the invincible Karna while the latter stands weapon in hand.
Mbh.8.77.4641 Piercing elephants and steeds and cars with excellent shafts resembling Vasava's thunder, Dhananjaya proceeded quickly for the slaughter of Karna, even as Indra in days of yore for riving the asura Vala.
Mbh.8.88.5435 The slayer of Vala himself could not achieve its like, nor the Destroyer, nor Prachetas, nor the illustrious king of the Yakshas.
Mbh.8.90.5701 Acquainted with all the vital parts of the human body, Partha, possessed of prowess like that of Indra, pierced those vital limbs with hundreds of arrows even as Indra had struck Vala with great energy.
Mbh.9.21.1356 Similarly Kritavarma, O king, fighting with the grandson of Sini, that scorcher of foes, looked resplendent, like Shakra battling with the Asura Vala.
Mbh.9.35.2605 Arrived there, Vala saw diverse kinds of ascetics in diverse kinds of attire.
Mbh.9.35.2616 Always smeared with white sandalpaste, Vala, having the plough for his weapon, beholding that foremost of rivers change her course, became, O king, filled with wonder
Mbh.9.35.2641 Worshipped by those regenerate ones, Vala, O king, then set out from that foremost of all tirthas on the Sarasvati Sapta-Saraswat.
Mbh.9.41.3007 Giving away many gifts and bathing in that tirtha, he of a hundred sacrifices, the piercer of Vala, duly performed certain sacrifices and then plunged in the Aruna.
Mbh.9.43.3123 Vayu gave him, O best of the Bharatas, two companions, Vala and Ativala, endued with great might and very large mouths.
Mbh.9.45.3392 Bathing in that tirtha and giving away much wealth, Vala using white unguents thence proceeded quickly to another tirtha.
Mbh.9.46.3417 Having said these words, the adorable slayer of Vala went away, taking leave, to mentally recite certain mantras at an excellent tirtha not far from that hermitage.
Mbh.9.51.3731 Taking Kuru's leave, the slayer of Vala, Shakra, then, with a joyful heart, quickly went back to heaven.
Mbh.9.52.3762 Beholding the glory of the Sarasvati, as also the tirtha called Plakshaprasravana, Vala next reached another excellent and foremost of tirthas called Karavapana.
Mbh.9.56.4027 The slayer of Vala deprived Vritra of his energy by an act of deception.
Mbh.12.31.1653 Fearing humiliation at the hands of the child when he would grow up, the slayer of Vala and Vritra began to watch for the laches of the prince.
Mbh.12.97.5476 Having slain in battle Jambha, Vritra, Vala, Paka, Satamaya, Virochana, the irresistible Namuchi, Samvara of innumerable illusions, Viprachitti, all these sons of Diti and Danu, as also Prahlada, I myself have become the chief of the celestials'
Mbh.12.102.5776 Kings, O slayer of Vala and Vritra, pursuing their foes and entering their towers, seize and appropriate the best things that are obtainable there, and devise proper measures of policy in their own cities and dominions.
Mbh.12.207.12588 Yavakriti, Raivya, Arvavasu, Paravasu, Ausija, Kashivat, and Vala have been said to be the sons of Angiras.
Mbh.12.227.14016 I am called Lakshmi, Bhuti, and Sree, O slayer of Vala!
Mbh.12.227.14021 I always reside, O slayer of Vala, with those foremost of men, viz, heroes panting after victory and unretreating from battle.
Mbh.12.284.17616 Salutations to thee that art the eldest-born, that art the foremost of all creatures, and that art the crusher of the Asura Vala.
Mbh.12.320.20207 Beyond these, are three others, named Vidhi, Sukra, and Vala, that make the tale reach thirty
Mbh.12.340.22023 Then, again, Brahman, and Rudra, the puissant Sakra the slayer of Vala, Surya, Chandramas the Lord of the stars, the Wind-god, the Deity of fire, the Deity of the Waters, Infinite Space as living Being, the Universe too as a conscious agent, and the rest of the denizens of heaven, they, it seems, are ignorant of the way of securing annihilation of conscious existence, that is capable of being brought about by self-realisation
Mbh.13.5.351 Although the destroyer of Vala knew that parrot to be of a highly virtuous character and meritorious in action, he still enquired of him about the reason of his affection for the tree.
Mbh.13.14.1210 Tell me, who else than Maheswara is there for bestowing boons upon, and once more chastising the Andhaka and Sukra and Dundubhi and Maharshi and many foremost of Yakshas, Indra and Vala and Rakshasas and the Nivatakavachas?
Mbh.13.14.1271 Go or remain, O Sakra, as thou, O slayer of Vala, desirest.
Mbh.13.17.1927 Thou art the slayer of the Asura Vala.
Mbh.13.29.3755 Indeed, the slayer of Vala and Vritra said unto him the same words'
Mbh.13.29.3791 Bhishma continued, The slayer of Vala and Vritra then said unto him, Do thou name the boon,
Mbh.13.41.4497 Devasarman also, of severe penances, with his spouse, began from that day to live in those solitary woods, perfectly fearless of him who had slain Vala and Vritra
Mbh.13.83.7392 Thus addressed by Indra, Brahman said unto the slayer of Vala, Thou hast always, O slayer of Vala, disregarded kine.
Mbh.13.83.7409 Of sacred deeds and endued with many auspicious indications, they are highly sanctifying Listen to me also, O slayer of Vala, as I tell thee in detail the reason why kine, the offspring of Surabhi, have descended on the earth, O best of the deities.
Mbh.13.91.8184 Those names at Vala, Dhriti, Vipapa, Punyakrit, Pavana, Parshni, Kshemak, Divysanu, Vivaswat, Viryavat, Hrimat, Kirtimat, Krita, Jitatman, Munivirya, Diptaroman, Bhayankara, Anukarman, Pratia, Pradatri, Ansumat, Sailabha, Parama krodhi, Dhiroshni, Bhupati, Sraja, Vajrin, and Vari, these are the eternal Viswedevas.
Mbh.13.94.8644 Agastya said, Thou hast, O slayer of Vala, uttered a benediction instead of a curse!
Mbh.13.147.12353 He will have an elder brother who will become known over all the world as Vala.
Mbh.13.150.12607 They are Yavakrita, and Raibhya, and Arvavasu, and Paravasu, and Aushija, and Kakshivat, and Vala the son of Angiras.
Mbh.13.156.13015 Chyavana said, If, O slayer of Vala, thou wilt not obey my words, thou shalt, this very day, drink Soma with them in sacrifice, compelled by me!
Mbh.13.160.13405 The arm which had been paralysed of the slayer of Vala then became restored to its former state.
Mbh.14.5.146 Thou art the Lord of creatures, and in thee are the worlds established, And thou hast destroyed Namuchi, Viswarupa and Vala.
Mbh.14.5.147 Thou, O hero, alone encompassest the highest prosperity of the celestials, and, O slayer of Vala, thou sustainest the earth as well as the heaven.
Mbh.14.7.201 And to this thy brother assented by saying to the Slayer of Vala Indra, Be it so.
Mbh.14.10.306 O slayer or Vala and Vritra.
Mbh.14.10.320 And then the slayer of Vala first drank the Soma juice, and then the assembly of other gods drank Soma.
Mbh.15.20.815 Dwelling in the presence of the slayer of Vala, Pandu thinks of thee always.
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Reference:- Mahabharata of Krishna Dwaipayana Vyasa, translated to English by Kisari Mohan Ganguli; Source of Plain Text: www.sacred-texts.com; Wikified at AncientVoice.

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