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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.1.1.194 When I heard that upon the embryo in the womb of Virata's daughter being wounded by Aswatthaman with a mighty weapon, Dwaipayana and Krishna pronounced curses on him, 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.3.312.15536 Ye perpetuators of the Kuru race, through my grace, ye will spend this thirteenth year, secretly and unrecognised, in Virata's kingdom!
Mbh.4.1.24 Arjuna said, O god among men, what service wilt thou take in Virata's kingdom?
Mbh.4.2.60 And, O king, I shall also instruct the women of Virata's palace in singing and delightful modes of dancing and in musical instruments of diverse kinds.
Mbh.4.3.77 Sahadeva replied, I will become a keeper of the kine of Virata's king.
Mbh.4.5.184 From this it appears that Virata's metropolis is still at a distance.
Mbh.4.6.256 And through my grace neither the Kuru's spies, nor those that dwell in the country of the Matsyas, will succeed in recognising you all as long as ye reside in Virata's city'
Mbh.4.7.290 Vaisampayana said, Having thus obtained an interview with Virata's king, and received from him boons, that heroic bull among men, began to live happily, highly regarded by all.
Mbh.4.9.327 And it came to pass that while looking this way and that from the terrace, Virata's beloved queen, daughter of the king of Kekaya, saw Draupadi.
Mbh.4.9.376 Vaisampayana continued, Thus addressed by Virata's wife, O Janamejaya, Krishna Draupadi ever devoted to her lords, began to live in that city.
Mbh.4.10.378 SECTION X Vaisampayana said, Then clad in a cowherd's dress, and speaking the dialect of cowherds, Sahadeva came to the cowpen of Virata's city.
Mbh.4.12.464 And no one recognised him while living under Virata's protection.
Mbh.4.14.531 And it came to pass that as the year was about to expire, the redoubtable Kichaka, the Commander of Virata's forces, chanced to behold the daughter of Drupada.
Mbh.4.14.533 And burning with desire's flame, Virata's general came to Sudeshna his sister and smilingly addressed her in these words, This beauteous lady had never before been seen by me in king Virata's abode.
Mbh.4.17.700 SECTION XVII Vaisampayana said, Thus insulted by the Suta's son, that illustrious princess, the beautiful Krishna, eagerly wishing for the destruction of Virata's general, went to her quarters.
Mbh.4.17.708 And possessed of great intelligence, the daughter of Drupada entered her husband's quarters, saying, How canst thou sleep while that wretched commander of Virata's forces, who is my foe, yet liveth, having perpetrated today that foul act'
Mbh.4.19.758 What can be sadder than this, that people should know thee as Virata's cook, Vallava by name, and therefore one that is sunk in servitude?
Mbh.4.19.772 That youth who on a single car had vanquished all celestials and men, is now, alas, the dancing master of king Virata's daughter.
Mbh.4.19.780 That youth whom kings of incomparable prowess could not overpower in fight, even as the waters of the mighty ocean cannot overleap the continents, is now the dancing-master of king Virata's daughters and waits upon them in disguise.
Mbh.4.19.801 He again who is crowned with the three attributes of beauty, arms, and intelligence, is now the superintendent of Virata's steeds.
Mbh.4.21.855 I would have caused a carnage in Virata's court but for the fact that Kunti's son eyed me by way of forbidding it, or like a mighty elephant.
Mbh.4.23.1059 Thou hast no longer any fear; I myself will go to the Virata's kitchen by another route'
Mbh.4.23.1063 And including Virata's general slain before, the slaughtered Sutas numbered one hundred and six.
Mbh.4.24.1086 Vaisampayana continued, Then she beheld the mighty-armed Dhananjaya, in the dancing-hall instructing king Virata's daughters in dancing.
Mbh.4.24.1105 And when she came before the queen, Virata's wife addressed her at the command of the king, saying, Do thou, O Sairindhri, speedily go whithersoever thou likest.
Mbh.4.30.1229 Let us, therefore, repair to Virata's kingdom abounding in corn.
Mbh.4.30.1242 We will, O king, repair without anxiety to Virata's city, and plunder his cattle and other wealth of diverse kinds'
Mbh.4.31.1253 SECTION XXXI Vaisampayana said, O mighty king, entering into king Virata's service, and dwelling in disguise in his excellent city, the high-souled Pandavas of immeasurable prowess, completed the promised period of non-discovery.
Mbh.4.31.1255 And it was on the expiry of the thirteenth year of their exile, O Bharata, that Susarman seized Virata's cattle by thousands.
Mbh.4.31.1262 And Virata's beloved brother, Satanika, put on a coat of mail made of adamantine steel, adorned with burnished gold.
Mbh.4.31.1266 And the coat of mail that Virata's eldest son, the heroic Sanksha, put on was impenetrable and made of burnished steel, and decked with a hundred eyes of gold.
Mbh.4.31.1278 Indeed, those mighty warriors skilled in fight, those bulls of the Kuru race and sons of Pandu, those four heroic brothers possessed of prowess incapable of being baffled, mounting on cars decked with gold, together set out, following Virata's wake.
Mbh.4.33.1321 And the two brothers having severally slain Virata's two steeds and his charioteer, as also those soldiers that protected his rear, took him captive alive, when deprived of his car.
Mbh.4.33.1326 As we have lived happily in Virata's city, having every desire of ours gratified, it behoveth thee, O Bhimasena, to discharge that debt by liberating the king'
Mbh.4.33.1353 And Virata's son also, exceedingly exasperated began to perform prodigious fears of valour.
Mbh.4.33.1377 And when the king of the Trigartas deprived of his car, had been seized thus, the whole Trigarta army stricken with panic, broke and fled in all directions, and the mighty sons of Pandu, endued with modesty and observant of vows and relying on the might of their own arms, after having vanquished Susarman, and rescued the kine as well as other kinds of wealth and having thus dispelled Virata's anxiety, stood together before that monarch.
Mbh.4.33.1389 He hath already become king Virata's slave.
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.4.41.1612 Vaisampayana said, Thus addressed by Partha, Virata's son, decked in ear-rings, alighted from the car, and climbed up that Sami tree reluctantly.
Mbh.4.41.1617 And touching those large bows of great splendour, Virata's son, O king, thus spake unto Arjuna
Mbh.4.43.1651 This other excellent bow of beautiful shape, adorned with images of Indragopakas, belongeth, O Virata's son, to king Yudhishthira.
Mbh.4.43.1654 These winged arrows, thousand in number, sharp as razors and destructive as the poison of snakes, belong, O Virata's son, to Arjuna.
Mbh.4.54.2073 And the son of Vikarna quickly pierced the son of Pandu with twelve shafts and all his steeds also in every part of their bodies and Virata's son too in his hand.
Mbh.4.55.2155 Thus addressed by him, Virata's son, O king, guided Savyasachin's car with great alacrity towards the spot where Kripa stood anxious to fight
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.4.58.2222 Vaisampayana continued, Thus addressed by Arjuna, Virata's son urged his steeds decked with gold towards the car of Bharadwaja's son.
Mbh.4.61.2381 Vaisampayana continued, Having said this unto Virata's son, that best of men and foremost of car-warriors, the mighty-armed Arjuna, again addressed the son of Virata, saying.
Mbh.4.61.2401 Therefore, O Virata's son, let thy fears be dispelled'
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.4.67.2613 Vaisampayana continued, Meanwhile, the swift-footed messengers despatched by Uttara, having reached Virata's city, gave tidings of the victory.
Mbh.4.69.2713 And permitted by the high-souled Virata, Partha presented with his own hands the garments he had brought, unto Virata's daughter.
Mbh.4.71.2765 Vaisampayana continued, Then Virata's son began to describe the prowess of Arjuna, saying, Even this one is he that slew the foe, like unto a lion devastating a flock of deer.
Mbh.4.72.2812 And then, after the expiry of the thirteenth year, the five Pandavas took up their abode in one of Virata's towns called Upaplavya, and Vibhatsu, the son of Pandu, brought over Abhimanyu and Janardana, and also many people of the Dasarha race from the Anarta country.
Mbh.4.72.2831 And then Dhananjaya, the son of Kunti, accepted Virata's daughter of faultless limbs on behalf of his son by Subhadra.
Mbh.5.1.8 And side by side with the king of the Matsya sat Krishna and Yudhishthira, and all the sons of king Drupada, and Bhima and Arjuna, and the two sons of Madri, and Pradyumna and Samva, both valiant in battle, and Abhimanyu with Virata's sons.
Mbh.5.79.3865 About a year ago, on the occasion of attacking Virata's kine, did not Bhishma, on their way back, solicit Duryodhana about this very peace so beneficial to all?
Mbh.5.124.5537 Then also the marvellous account that is heard of what happened at Virata's city, touching that encounter between one and many, is sufficient proof of this, Hopest thou to vanquish in battle Arjuna who when excited with rage is invincible, irresistible, ever-victorious, and undeteriorating Arjuna, that hero, who gratified the God of gods, Siva himself in fight?
Mbh.5.159.7055 When, again, at Virata's city I fought with the numberless Kurus, who was my ally in that battle?
Mbh.5.161.7208 For twelve long years hadst thou been exiled from home into the woods, and one whole year hadst thou passed in Virata's service!
Mbh.5.161.7249 For, did not Partha some time after bear a braid when living in Virata's city?
Mbh.5.162.7275 For one whole year didst thou live in Virata's service.
Mbh.5.162.7313 That is very true, for, did not Partha bear a braid while living in Virata's city?
Mbh.5.167.7549 The sons of Pritha provoked hostilities with them at Virata's city on that well-known occasion.
Mbh.5.171.7721 Virata's son Uttara is, in my judgment, one of the foremost of Rathas.
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.6.49.2571 When, after the forenoon had passed away, the commander Sweta was, O Bharata, slain by Bhishma in that fierce conflict, Virata's son Sankha, that grinder of hostile ranks ever delighting in battle, beholding Salya stationed with Kritavarman on his car, suddenly blazed up with wrath, like fire with clarified butter.
Mbh.6.83.4326 Then Drona slew Virata's steeds with eight straight shafts, and then his charioteer, O chief of the Bharatas, with one shaft.
Mbh.6.99.5263 In Virata's city, alone he fell upon all of us united together.
Mbh.6.107.5689 Formerly, O hero, thou saidst, O Partha, in that conclave of kings in Virata's city, in the presence also of Sanjaya, these words, I will slay all the warriors of Dhritarashtra's son, all of them with their followers, including, Bhishma and Drona, that would fight with me in battle, O son of Kunti, O chastiser of foes, make those words of thine true.
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.7.125.6265 He who had vanquished in Matsya's city all the Kauravas assembled together for seizing Virata's kine, that Partha, by good luck, liveth still.
Mbh.7.129.6454 Then that chastiser of foes, viz, Bhima recollecting all the woes suffered by him on the occasion of the match at dice, and during his exile in the woods and residence in Virata's city, and bearing in mind the robbing of their kingdom swelling with prosperity and gems, by thy sons, and the numerous other wrongs inflicted on the Pandavas by thee and the Suta's son and remembering also the fact that thou hadst conspired to burn innocent Kunti with her sons, and calling to his memory the sufferings of Krishna in the midst of the assembly at the hands of those wretches, as also the seizure of her tresses by Duhsasana, and the harsh speeches uttered, O Bharata, by Karna, to the effect, Take thou another husband, for all thy husbands are dead: the sons of Pritha have sunk into hell and are like sesamum seeds without kernel, remembering also those other words, O son of Kuru, that the Kauravas uttered in thy presence, add the fact also that thy sons had been desirous of enjoying Krishna as a slave, and those harsh words that Karna spoke to the sons of Pandu when the latter, attired in deer-skins were about to be banished to the woods, and the joy in which thy wrathful and foolish son, himself in prosperity, indulged, thinking the distressed sons of Pritha as veritable straw, the virtuous Bhima that slayer of foes, remembering these and all the woes he had suffered since his childhood, became reckless of his very life.
Mbh.7.155.8298 In Virata's city also, all the Kauravas, united together, including thyself and thy younger brother were vanquished by Partha in battle.
Mbh.7.165.8902 The ruler of the Madras, then, slaying the four steeds yoked unto Virata's car, cut down with a couple of shafts, the latter's umbrella and standard.
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.8.37.1983 On the occasion also of the seizure of Virata's kine, the Kauravas, swelling with numbers in respect of both men and animals, and having the preceptor and the preceptor's son and Bhishma amongst them, were vanquished by that foremost of men.
Mbh.8.41.2229 Why didst thou not slay Partha at Virata's city when thou hadst the advantage of being protected by Drona and Drona's son and Kripa and Bhishma and the other Kauravas?
Mbh.8.79.4858 So also, in Virata's city, moving on a single car he vanquished all of us, and snatched from us that wealth of kine, and took from all the foremost of car-warriors portions of their garments.
Mbh.8.83.5092 Our sleep at the palace at Pramanakoti, the administration of deadly poison to our food, the bites of black cobras, the setting fire to the house of lac, the robbing of our kingdom by gambling, our exile in the woods, the cruel seizure of Draupadi's beautiful tresses, the strokes of shafts and weapons in battle, our miseries at home, the other kinds of sufferings we endured at Virata's abode, all these woes borne by us through the counsels of Shakuni and Duryodhana and Radha's son, proceeded from thee as their cause.
Mbh.9.54.3899 Remember that great woe suffered by us, in consequence of thee, in the forest, as also in Virata's city as if we had once more entered the womb!
Mbh.10.8.533 He proceeded also against the remnant of Virata's force.
Mbh.10.11.827 Like Maghavat rescuing his spouse the daughter of Puloma, thou didst rescue my afflicted self, in Virata's city, from a great calamity.
Mbh.10.16.981 SECTION Vaishampayana said, Understanding that that weapon was thrown into the wombs of the Pandava women by Drona's son of sinful deeds, Hrishikesha, with a cheerful heart, said these words unto him: A certain brahmana of pious vows, beholding Virata's daughter who is now daughter-in-law to Arjuna, while she was at Upaplavya, said, While the Kuru line will become extinct, a son will be born to thee.
Mbh.10.16.986 Uplifted by me, this weapon of mine shall fall on the foetus that is in the womb of Virata's daughter, upon that foetus which thou, O Krishna, art desirous of protecting'
Mbh.14.68.3041 Virata's daughter, checking her tears, said these words in a voice suffocated with grief.
Mbh.14.69.3065 Exceedingly afflicted by grief on account of her son, Virata's daughter, O king, seemed to be struck down for some time by sorrow and cheerlessness.
Mbh.15.21.871 Beholding, however, the son of Virata's daughter, viz, thy sire Parikshit, thy grandsires somehow held their life-breaths'
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