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Jan 102015
 

SECTION CLXLV (Vaivahika Parva) “Vaisampayana said, ‘Thus addressed Dhrishtadyumna, that foremost of theLunar princes, cheerfully said unto his father all that had happened andby whom Krishna had been won. And the prince said, ‘With large, red eyes,attired in deer-skin, and resembling a celestial in beauty, the youth whostrung that foremost of bows and brought down […more]

Jan 102015
 

SECTION CLXLVI (Vaivahika Parva continued) “Vaisampayana continued, ‘The messenger said, ‘King Drupada hath, in viewof his daughter’s nuptials prepared a good feast for the bride-groom’sparty. Come ye thither after finishing your daily rites. Krishna’swedding will take place there. Delay ye not. These cars adorned withgolden lotuses drawn by excellent horses are worthy of kings. Riding […more]

Jan 102015
 

SECTION CLXLVII (Vaivahika Parva continued) “Vaisampayana said, ‘Then the illustrious king of Panchala, addressingprince Yudhishthira in the form applicable to Brahmanas, cheerfullyenquired of that illustrious son of Kunti, saying, ‘Are we to know you asKshatriyas, or Brahamanas, or are we to know you as celestials whodisguising themselves as Brahmanas are ranging the earth and come […more]

Jan 102015
 

SECTION CLXLVIII (Vaivahika Parva continued) “Vaisampayana said, ‘Then all the Pandavas and the illustrious king ofthe Panchalas and all others there present stood up and saluted withreverence the illustrious Rishi Krishna (Dwaipayana). The high-souledRishi, saluting them in return and enquiring after their welfare, satdown on a carpet of gold. And commanded by Krishna (Dwaipayana) ofimmeasurable […more]

Jan 102015
 

SECTION CLXLIX (Vaivahika Parva continued) “Vaisampayana said, ‘Vyasa continued, ‘In days of yore, the celestialshad once commenced a grand sacrifice in the forest of Naimisha. At thatsacrifice, O king, Yama, the son of Vivaswat, became the slayer of thedevoted animals. Yama, thus employed in that sacrifice, did not (duringthat period), O king, kill a single […more]

Jan 102015
 

SECTION CCI (Vaivahika Parva continued) “Vaisampayana said, ‘King Drupada, after his alliance with the Pandavas,had all his fears dispelled. Indeed, the monarch no longer stood in feareven of the gods. The ladies of the illustrious Drupada’s householdapproached Kunti and introduced themselves unto her, mentioning theirrespective names, and worshipped her feet with heads touching the ground.Krishna […more]

Jan 102015
 

SECTION CCII (Viduragamana Parva) “Vaisampayana said, ‘The news was carried unto all the monarchs (who hadcome to the Self-choice of Draupadi) by their trusted spies that thehandsome Draupadi had been united in marriage with the sons of Pandu. Andthey were also informed that the illustrious hero who had bent the bowand shot the mark was […more]

Jan 102015
 

SECTION CCIII (Viduragamana Parva continued) “Vaisampayana said, ‘Dhritarashtra replied saying, I desire to do exactlywhat you would recommend. But I do not wish to inform Vidura of it evenby a change of muscle. It was, therefore, O son, that I was applaudingthe Pandavas in Vidura’s presence, so that he might not know even by asign […more]

Jan 102015
 

SECTION CCIV (Viduragamana Parva continued) “Vaisampayana said, ‘Thus addressed by Duryodhana, Karna said, ‘It dothnot seem to me, O Duryodhana, that thy reasoning is well-founded. Operpetuator of the Kuru race, no method will succeed against thePandavas. O brave prince, thou hast before, by various subtle means,striven to carry out thy wishes. But ever hast thou […more]