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Bhishma Parva

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THE
MAHABHARATA
OF
KRISHNA-DWAIPAYANA
VYASA
Translated
into
English
prose
from
the
original
Sanskrit
Text.
BY
PRATAP
CHANDRA
ROY,
C.
I.
E.
VOL
V
BHISHMA
PARVA
ORIENTAL
PUBLISHING
CO.
11D,
ARPULI
LANE
CALCUTTA-12
 
THE
MAHABHARATA
BHISHMA
PARVA
CONTENTS
SECTION
:
I
X
Jamvu-KhandaNirmana
Parva
SECTION
:
XI
XII
Bhumi
Parva
....
SECTION:
XIII
XLII
Bhagavat-Gita
Parva
SECTION:
XLIII
Yudhishthira
asks
for
Krishna's
Blessings
Parva
SECTION:XLIV
L
1st.
Day's
War
SECTION:
LI
LV
2nd.
Day's
War
SECTION:
LVI-LIX
3rd.
Day's
WarSECTION
:
LX
LXIV
4th.
Day's
War
SECTION:LXV-LXVIII
The
Glories
of
Vasudeva
SECTION:
LXIX-LXXIV
5th.
Day's
War
SECTION:
LXXV-LXXX
6th.
Day's
War
SECTION
:
LXXXILXXXVII
7th.
Day's
WarSECTION
:
LXXXVIII-XCVII
8th.
Day's
War
SECTION:
XCVIII
Duryodhana's
Consultations
with
Sakuni,
Dussasana
and
KamaSECTION:
XCIX-CVII
9th.
Day's
War
SECTION
:
CVIII
YudhishthiraRepairs
to
Bhishma
SECTION:
CIX
CXX
10th.
Day's
War
SECTION:
CXXI-CXXII
Bhishma's
Bed
of
Arrow
SECTION;
CXXIIL-CXXIV
All
meet
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THE
MAHABHARATA
BHISHMA
PARVA
SECTION
I
(Jamvu-khanda
Ninrama
Parva)
Om
I
Having
bowed
down
to
Narayana,
and
Nara,
the
most
exalted
of
male
beings,
and
also
the
goddessSaraswati,
then
must
the
word
Jaya
be
uttered.
Janamejayasaid,
"How
did
those
heroes,
the
Kurus,
the
Pandavas,
and
the
Somakas,
and
the
high-souled
kings
assembled
together
from
various
countries,
fight
?"
Vaisampayana
said,
"Listen
thou,
O
lord
of
the
earth,
how
those
heroes,
the
Kurus,
the
Pandavas,
and
the
Somakas,
fought
on
thesacred
plain
1
of
the
Kurukshetra.
Entering
Kurukshetra,
the
Pandavas
endued
with
great
might,
along
with
the
Somakas,
advanced,
desirous
of
victory,
against
the
Kauravas.
Accomplished
in
the
study
of
the
Vedas,
all
(of
them)
took
great
delight
in
battle.
Expectant
of
success
in
battle,
with
their
troops(they)
faced
the
fight.
Approaching
the
army
of
Dhritarashtra's
son,
those
(warriors)
invincible
in
battle,
3
stationed
themselves
with
their
troops
on
the
western
part
(of
the
plain),
their
faces
turned
towards
the
east.
Yudhishthira,
the
son
of
Kunti,
caused
tents
by
thousands
to
be
set
up
according
to
rule,
beyond
the
region
called
Samantapanchaka.
The
whole
earth
seemed
then
to
be
empty,
divested
of
horses
andmen,
destitute
of
cars
and
elephants,
and
with
only
the
children
and
the
old
left
(at
home).
From
the
whole
area
of
Jamvudwipa
over
which
the
sun
sheds
hisrays,
8
was
collected
that
force,
O
jest
of
kings,
Men
of
all
races,
4
assembled
together,
occupied
an
area
extending
for
many
Yojanas
over
districts,
rivers,
hills,
and
woods.
That
bull
among
men,
king
Yudhishthira,
ordered
excellent
food
and
other
articles
of
enjoyment
for
all
of
them
along
with
their
animals.
And
Yudhishthira
fixed
diverse
watch-words
for
them
so
that
one
saying
this
should
be
known
as
belonging
to
the
Pandavas.
And
that
descendant
of
Kuru's
race
also
settled
names
and
badges
for
all
of
them
for
recognition
during
time
of
battle.
1
Tapas-kshetra
because
Kuru,
the
common
ancestor
of
the
rival
houses,
performed
his
ascetic
austerities
there.
Since
Kuru's
time,
many
ascetics
took
up
their
abode
there.T.
2
Some
texts
have
Duddharsham
for
Duddharshas.
T.
3
Literally,
"gives
heat."
T.
4
'Varna
1
is
used
here
in
the
sense
of
races
and
not
castes,-^T,

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