Yadava

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MAHABHARATA NOUN

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Mbh.1.110.6088 One is the daughter of Surasena of the Yadava race; the other is the daughter of Suvala; and the third is the princess of Madra.
Mbh.1.188.9432 And Halayudha Valadeva and Janardana Krishna and the chief of the Vrishni, Andhaka, and Yadava tribes who obeyed the leadership of Krishna were also there, viewing the scene.
Mbh.1.203.10059 And, O king, exert thy prowess before he of the Vrishni race Krishna cometh with the Yadava host into the city of Drupada, carrying everything before him, to restore the Pandavas to their paternal kingdom.
Mbh.1.219.10706 The hero was welcomed with affectionate reception by all the young men of the Yadava tribe.
Mbh.1.221.10740 The son of Kunti, afflicted with the shafts of the god of desire, suddenly rushed towards that Yadava girl of faultless features and forcibly took her into his car.
Mbh.1.221.10743 Reaching all together the Yadava court called by the name of Sudharma, they represented everything about the prowess of Partha unto the chief officer of the court.
Mbh.2.2.54 King Yudhishthira the just, the son of Pandu, having raised Krishna endued with eyes like lotus-petals and the foremost of the Yadava race, gave him leave, saying, Good bye'
Mbh.2.14.626 And from within it even the women might fight the foe, what to speak of the Yadava heroes without fear of any kind?
Mbh.2.23.1026 SECTION XXIII Vaisampayana said, then that foremost of all speakers, Krishna of the Yadava race, addressing king Jarasandha who was resolved upon fighting, said, O king, with whom amongst us three dost thou desire to fight?
Mbh.2.32.1372 While they were thus talking, Hari Krishna, that omniscient and ancient one, that soul of the Vedas, that invincible one as described by those that have knowledge, that foremost of all lasting existences in the universe, that origin of all things, as also that in which all things come to be dissolved, that lord of the past, the future, and the present Kesava, the slayer of Kesi, and the bulwark of all Vrishnis and the dispeller of all fear in times of distress and the smiter of all foes, having appointed Vasudeva to the command of the Yadava army, and bringing with him for the king Yudhishthira just a large mass of treasure; entered that excellent city of cities.
Mbh.2.42.1697 And having heard of all this at Dwaravati, the mighty Yadava heroes Sankarshana and Janarddana also went to the capital of the Chedis, to see their father's sister, that daughter of the Yadavas the queen of Chedi And saluting everybody according to his rank and the king and queen also, and enquiring after every body's welfare, both Rama and Kesava took their seats.
Mbh.3.12.618 And, O son of the Yadava race, becoming the son of Aditi, O exalted one of the supreme attributes, thou hast been known as the younger brother of Indra!
Mbh.3.16.851 O son of Pandu, upon Pradyumna speaking thus with cheerful heart, the Yadava host, O hero, remained on the field, and began to fight cheerfully
Mbh.6.35.1697 Regarding thee a friend whatever hath been said by me carelessly, such as, O Krishna, O Yadava, O friend, not knowing this thy greatness from want of judgement or from love either, whatever disrespect hath been shown thee for purpose of mirth, on occasions of play, lying, sitting, or at meals, while alone or in the presence of others, O undeteriorating one, I beg thy pardon for it, that art immeasurable.
Mbh.7.139.7025 I shall, however, for the sake of that Yadava warrior, achieve a most difficult feat'
Mbh.12.49.2673 Vaisampayana continued, Conversing thus with Yudhishthira, that foremost of righteous persons, the high-souled Yadava hero proceeded quickly on that car, illumining all the points of the compass like the divine Surya himself
Mbh.13.14.906 the Kshanas, the Labas, the Muhurtas, the Nimeshas, and the Yugas in succession, protect thee, O Yadava, and keep thee in happiness, wherever thou mayst stay.
Mbh.13.31.3926 I worship them, O Yadava, that are performers of sacrifices, that are of a forgiving disposition, and self restrained, that are masters of their own senses, that worship truth and righteousness, and that give away land and kine unto good Brahmanas
Mbh.13.31.3927 I bow unto them, O Yadava, that are devoted to the observance of penances, that dwell in forests, that subsist upon fruits and roots, that never store anything for the morrow, and that are observant of all the acts and rites laid down in the scriptures.
Mbh.13.31.3928 I bow unto them, O Yadava, that feed and cherish their servants, that are always hospitable to guests, and that eat only the remnants of what is offered to the deities.
Mbh.13.31.3931 I bow unto them, O Yadava, that strive to obtain the grace of their preceptors, that labour in the acquisition of their Vedas, that are firm in the observance of vows, that wait, with dutiful obedience, upon their preceptors and seniors, and that are free from malice and envy.
Mbh.13.31.3932 I bow unto them, O Yadava, that are observant of excellent vows, that practice taciturnity, that have knowledge of Brahman, that are firm in truth, that are givers of libations of clarified butter and oblations of meat.
Mbh.13.31.3933 I bow to them, O Yadava, that subsist upon eleemosynary alms, that are emaciated for want of adequate food and drink, that have lived in the abodes of their preceptors, that are averse to and destitute of all enjoyments, and that are poor in the goods of this Earth.
Mbh.13.31.3934 I bow unto them, O Yadava, that have no affection for things of this Earth, that have no quarrels to wage with others, that do not clothe themselves, that have no wants, that have become irresistible through the acquisition of the Vedas, that are eloquent in the exposition of righteousness, and that are utterers of Brahma, I bow unto them that are devoted to the practice of the duty of compassion towards all creatures, that are firm in the observance of truth, that are self-restrained, and that are peaceful in their behaviour.
Mbh.13.31.3935 I bow unto them, O Yadava, that are devoted to the worship of deities and guests, that are observant of the domestic mode of life, and that follow the practice of pigeons in the matter of their subsistence
Mbh.14.66.2982 O Yadava hero, O puissant one, this child of thy sister's son, has come out of the womb, slain by Aswatthaman.
Mbh.14.83.3724 When the beautiful sacrificial horse of the Kuru king reached Dwaravati, the Yadava youths, used force against that foremost of steeds.
Mbh.16.4.149 He had rested for a while by the side of Keshava, but as soon as he had proceeded to a distance, the iron-bolt, attaching itself to a mallet in the hands of a hunter, suddenly sprang of itself upon that solitary survivor of the Yadava race and slew him, who also had been included in the curse of the Brahmanas.
Mbh.16.8.371 Thinking repeatedly of this carnage of the Yadava warriors of immeasurable energy and of the illustrious Krishna, I fail to derive peace of mind.
Mbh.17.1.16 Parikshit will rule in Hastinapura, while the Yadava prince, Vajra, will rule in Shakraprastha.
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Jijith Nadumuri Ravi
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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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