Yudhishthira

Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 07 Mar 2010 09:49 and updated at 07 Mar 2010 09:49

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MAHABHARATA NOUN

Yudhishthira is mentioned many (3190, the highest) times in Mahabharata. For a summary of the references, see the bond data.

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Yudhishthira

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Mbh.1.1.90 Yudhishthira is a vast tree, formed of religion and virtue; Arjuna is its trunk; Bhimasena, its branches; the two sons of Madri are its full-grown fruit and flowers; and its roots are Krishna, Brahma, and the Brahmanas.
Mbh.1.1.106 The principal men were pleased with the purity of Yudhishthira, the courage of Arjuna, the submissive attention of Kunti to her superiors, and the humility of the twins, Nakula and Sahadeva; and all the people rejoiced in their heroic virtues.
Mbh.1.1.110 Yudhishthira, after having, through the wise counsels of Vasudeva and by the valour of Bhimasena and Arjuna, slain Jarasandha the king of Magadha and the proud Chaidya, acquired the right to perform the grand sacrifice of Rajasuya abounding in provisions and offering and fraught with transcendent merits.
Mbh.1.1.138 When I heard that Yudhishthira, beaten by Saubala at the game of dice and deprived of his kingdom as a consequence thereof, had still been attended upon by his brothers of incomparable prowess, then, O Sanjaya, I had no hope of success.
Mbh.1.1.140 When I heard that Yudhishthira had been followed into the wilderness by Snatakas and noble-minded Brahmanas who live upon alms, then, O Sanjaya, I had no hope of success.
Mbh.1.1.147 When I heard that Dharma the god of justice having come under the form of a Yaksha had proposed certain questions to Yudhishthira then, O Sanjaya, I had no hope of success.
Mbh.1.1.152 When I heard that Yudhishthira, beaten at dice, deprived of wealth, exiled and separated from his connections, had assembled yet an army of seven Akshauhinis, then, O Sanjaya, I had no hope of success.
Mbh.1.1.185 When I heard that Yudhishthira, the Just, overcame the heroic son of Drona, Duhsasana, and the fierce Kritavarman, then, O Sanjaya, I had no hope of success.
Mbh.1.1.186 When I heard that the brave king of Madra who ever dared Krishna in battle was slain by Yudhishthira, then, O Sanjaya, I had no hope of success.
Mbh.1.2.349 Then comes the destruction of the Rakshasa Charvaka who had assumed the disguise of a Brahmana for deceiving Yudhishthira.
Mbh.1.2.350 Then the coronation of the wise Yudhishthira.
Mbh.1.2.369 also the birth of the Pandavas; the plottings of Duryodhana to send the sons of Pandu to Varanavata, and the other dark counsels of the sons of Dhritarashtra in regard to the Pandavas; then the advice administered to Yudhishthira on his way by that well-wisher of the Pandavas, Vidura, in the mlechchha language, the digging of the hole, the burning of Purochana and the sleeping woman of the fowler caste, with her five sons, in the house of lac; the meeting of the Pandavas in the dreadful forest with Hidimba, and the slaying of her brother Hidimba by Bhima of great prowess.
Mbh.17.1.13 Yudhishthira made over the kingdom to the son of his uncle by his Vaisya wife.
Mbh.17.1.19 Having said these words, king Yudhishthira the just, along with his brothers, promptly offered oblations of water unto Vasudeva of great intelligence, as also unto his old maternal uncle and Rama and others.
Mbh.17.1.25 Then Yudhishthira once more summoned all his subjects.
Mbh.17.1.33 Then Dharmas son, Yudhishthira, the king of the Kurus, casting off his ornaments, wore barks of trees.
Mbh.17.1.39 Ascertaining the intentions of Yudhishthira and seeing the destruction of the Vrishnis, no other course of action could please them then.
Mbh.17.1.41 Indeed, even thus did king Yudhishthira depart, himself the head of a party of seven, from the city named after the elephant.
Mbh.17.1.50 Yudhishthira, proceeded first.
Mbh.17.1.58 O mighty-armed Yudhishthira, O Bhimasena that art a scorcher of foes, O Arjuna, and ye twins of great courage, listen to what I say!
Mbh.17.2.79 Beholding her fallen down, Bhimasena of great strength addressed king Yudhishthira the just, saying, O scorcher of foes, this princess never did any sinful act.
Mbh.17.2.81 Yudhishthira said: O best of men, though we were all equal unto her she had great partiality for Dhananjaya.
Mbh.17.2.87 Yudhishthira said, He never thought anybody his equal in wisdom.
Mbh.17.2.90 Indeed, Kuntis son Yudhishthira went on, with his brothers and with the dog.
Mbh.17.2.93 Thus addressed by Bhimasena, Yudhishthira, said, with respect to Nakula, these words: He was of righteous soul and the foremost of all persons endued with intelligence.
Mbh.17.2.103 Yudhishthira said, Arjuna had said that he would consume all our foes in a single day.
Mbh.17.2.110 Having fallen down, Bhima addressed king Yudhishthira the just, saying, O king, behold, I who am thy darling have fallen down.
Mbh.17.2.113 Yudhishthira said, Thou wert a great eater, and thou didst use to boast of thy strength.
Mbh.17.2.116 Having said these words, the mighty-armed Yudhishthira proceeded on, without looking back.
Mbh.17.3.119 Beholding his brothers fallen on the Earth, king Yudhishthira the just said unto that deity of a eyes these words: My brothers have all dropped down here.
Mbh.17.3.130 Yudhishthira said, This dog, O lord of the Past and the Present, is exceedingly devoted to me.
Mbh.17.3.136 Yudhishthira said, O thou of a eyes.
Mbh.17.3.141 Reflecting on this, act, O king Yudhishthira the just.
Mbh.17.3.144 Yudhishthira said, It has been said that the abandonment of one that is devoted is infinitely sinful.
Mbh.17.3.156 Yudhishthira said, This is well known in all the worlds that there is neither friendship nor enmity with those that are dead.
Mbh.17.3.161 Vaishampayana continued: Hearing these words of king Yudhishthira the just, the dog became transformed into the deity of Righteousness, who, well pleased, said these words unto him in a sweet voice fraught with praise.
Mbh.17.3.171 Vaishampayana continued: Then Dharma, and Shakra, and the Maruts, and the Ashvinis, and other deities, and the celestial Rishis, causing Yudhishthira to ascend on a car, proceeded to Heaven.
Mbh.17.3.173 King Yudhishthira, that perpetuator of Kurus race, riding on that car, ascended quickly, causing the entire welkin to blaze with his effulgence.
Mbh.17.3.174 Then Narada, that foremost of all speakers, endued with penances, and conversant with all the worlds, from amidst that concourse of deities, said these words: All those royal sages that are here have their achievements transcended by those of Yudhishthira.
Mbh.17.3.186 Gifted with great intelligence, Yudhishthira answered the chief of the deities once more, saying, O conqueror of Daityas, I venture not to dwell anywhere separated from them.
Mbh.18.1.7 Vaishampayana said, Listen now to what thy grandsires, Yudhishthira and others, did after having attained to Heaven, that place of the deities.
Mbh.18.1.8 Arrived at Heaven, king Yudhishthira the just, beheld Duryodhana endued with prosperity and seated on an excellent seat.
Mbh.18.1.11 Yudhishthira, beholding Duryodhana and his prosperity, became suddenly filled with rage and turned back from the sight.
Mbh.18.1.19 O mighty-armed Yudhishthira, do not say so about king Duryodhana.
Mbh.18.1.33 Though thus addressed by Narada, the Kuru king Yudhishthira, endued with great intelligence, enquired about his brothers and said, If these eternal regions reserved for heroes be Duryodhanas, that unrighteous and sinful wight, that man who was the destroyer of friends and of the whole world, that man for whose sake the entire Earth was devastated with all her horses and elephants and human beings, that wight for whose sake we were burnt with wrath in thinking of how best we might remedy our wrongs, I desire to see what regions have been attained by those high-souled heroes, my brothers of high vows, steady achievers of promises, truthful in speech, and distinguished for courage.
Mbh.18.2.37 SECTION Yudhishthira said, Ye deities, I do not see here Radhas son of immeasurable prowess, as also my high-souled brothers, and Yudhamanyu and Uttamaujas, those great car-warriors that poured their bodies as libations on the fire of battle, those kings and princes that met with death for my sake in battle.
Mbh.18.2.57 Vaishampayana continued: Having said so, the gods then ordered the celestial messenger, O scorcher of foes, saying, Do thou show unto Yudhishthira his friends and kinsmen.
Mbh.18.2.58 Then the royal son of Kunti and the celestial messenger proceeded together, O foremost of kings, to that place where those chiefs of men whom Yudhishthira had wished to see were.
Mbh.18.2.75 Beholding that inauspicious region abounding with every sort of foulness, Yudhishthira asked the celestial messenger, saying, How far shall we proceed along a path like this?
Mbh.18.2.78 Hearing these words of king Yudhishthira the just, the celestial messenger stopped in his course and replied, saying, Thus far is your way.
Mbh.18.2.81 Yudhishthira, however, was exceedingly disconsolate and stupefied by the foul odour.
Mbh.18.2.92 Hearing those words of beings in woe, Yudhishthira of compassionate heart exclaimed aloud, Alas, how painful!
Mbh.18.2.95 Unable to recognise voices, Dharmas son, Yudhishthira, enquired, saying, Who are you?
Mbh.18.2.106 Hearing those exclamations, O king, uttered in voices of pain suitable to that place, the royal Yudhishthira asked himself What perverse destiny is this?
Mbh.18.2.116 Overwhelmed by sorrow and grief, and with his senses agitated by anxiety, king Yudhishthira indulged in such reflections for a long time.
Mbh.18.2.118 Indeed, Yudhishthira then censured the gods, as also Dharma himself.
Mbh.18.2.122 He represented unto him the acts of Yudhishthira.
Mbh.18.3.124 SECTION Vaishampayana said, King Yudhishthira the just, the son of Pritha, had not stayed there for more than a moment when, O thou of Kurus race, all the gods with Indra at their head came to that spot.
Mbh.18.3.132 Then Shakra, the lord of the deities, endued with blazing prosperity, addressed Yudhishthira and comforting him, said, O Yudhishthira of mighty arms, come, come, O chief of men.
Mbh.18.3.161 Thy regions, O Yudhishthira, are above, those of kings.
Mbh.18.3.170 While, O Kuru king, the chief of the gods was saying so unto Yudhishthira, the deity of Righteousness, in his embodied form, then addressed his own son and said, O king, I am greatly pleased, O thou of great wisdom, with thee, O son, by thy devotion to me, by thy truthfulness of speech, and forgiveness, and self-restraint.
Mbh.18.3.184 The princess Krishna too, O Yudhishthira, could not be deserving of that place of sinners.
Mbh.18.3.188 Assuming then a celestial form, king Yudhishthira the just, in consequence of that bath, became divested of all his enmities and grief.
Mbh.18.3.189 Surrounded by the deities, the Kuru king Yudhishthira then proceeded from that spot.
Mbh.18.4.192 SECTION Vaishampayana said, King Yudhishthira, thus praised by the gods, the Maruts and the Rishis, proceeded to that place where those foremost ones of Kurus race were.
Mbh.18.4.198 Those two foremost of Beings, adored by all the gods, beholding Yudhishthira, received him with proper honours.
Mbh.18.4.206 King Yudhishthira suddenly wished to question her.
Mbh.18.4.208 It was for your sake that she took birth, as the daughter of Drupada, among human beings, issuing not from any mothers womb, O Yudhishthira, endued with agreeable perfume and capable of delighting the whole world.
Mbh.18.5.254 Both Kshattri and king Yudhishthira entered into the god of Righteousness.
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