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MAHABHARATA RASAKALI

MAHABHARATA RASAKALI

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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.
VQL
III
VANA
PARVA
(
Last
Part
)
ORIENTAL
PUBLISHING
CO.
11D,
ARPULI
LANE
CALCUTTA-12
 
THE
MAHABHARATA
VANA
PARVA
CONTENTS
SECTION
:
CXIVCLV
Tirtha-Yatra
Parva
.........
249328
SECTION
:
CLVI
Jatasura-BadhaParva
...
...
...
328331
SECTION
:
CLVII
CLXIV
Yaksha-Yuddha
Parva
...
...
...
331349
SECTION
:
CLXV
CLXXV
Nivata-Kavaoha-Yuddha
Parva
...
...
...
349370
SECTION:
CLXXVI
CLXXX
Ajagara
Parva
...
......
371
381
SECTION
:
CLXXXI
CCXXX
Markandeya
Samasya
Parva
.........
382
505
SECTION
:
CCXXXI
CCXXXIII
Draupadi-Satyabhama
Samvada
Parva
...
...
505510
SECTION:
CCXXXIV
CCLX
Ghosha-Yatra
Parva
...
......
511553
SECTION
:
CCLXI
CCLXL
Draupadi-harana
Parva
...
...
...
553623
SECTION
:
CCLXLI
CCLXLVII
Pativrata-Mahatmya
Parva
...
......
624640
SECTION
:
CCLXLVIII-CCCVIII
Knndala-harana
Parva
...
......
640656
SECTION:
CCCIX-CCCXIII
Aranya
Parva
...
...
...
656680
 
SECTION
CXIV
(Tirtha-yatra
Parva
continued)
Vaisampayana
said,
"Then,
O
Janamejaya,
the
son
of
Pandu
started
from
the
river
Kausiki
and
repaired
in
succession
to
all
the
sacred
shrines.
And,
protector
of
men,
he
came
to
the
sea
where
the
river
Ganga
falls
into
it
;
and
there
in
the
centre
of
five
hundred
rivers,
heperformed
the
holy
ceremony
of
a
plunge.
Then,
O
ruler
of
the
earth,
accompaniedby
his
brothers,
the
valiantprince
proceeded
by
the
shore
of
the
sea
towards
the
land
where
the
Kalinga
tribes
dwell.'
"
"Lomasa
said,
'There
is
the
land,
O
Kunti's
son,
where
the
Kalinga
tribes
dwell.
Through
it
passeth
the
river
Vaitarani,
on
the
banks
whereof
even
the
god
of
virtue
performed
religious
rites,
having
first
placedhimself
under
the
protection
of
the
celestials.
Verily
this
is
the
northern
bank,
inhabited
by
saints,
suitable
for
the
performance
of
reli-
gious
rites
beautified
by
a
hill,
and
frequented
by
persons
of
theregene-
rate
caste.
This
spot
(
in
holiness
)
rivals
the
path
whereby
a
virtuous
man,
fit
for
going
to
heaven,
repairs
to
the
region
inhabited
by
gods.
And
verily
at
this
spot
in
former
times,
other
saintslikewise
worshipped
the
immortals
by
the
performance
of
religious
rites.
And
at
the
very
spot
it
was
that
the
god
Eudra,
O
king
of
kings,
seized
the
sacrificial
beast
and
exclaimed,
'This
is
my
share'
!
O
chief
of
the
descendants
of
Bharata
I
Then
when
the
beast
was
carried
away
by
Siva,
the
gods
spake
to
him
saying,
'Cast
not
a
covetous
glance
at
the
property
of
others,
disregarding
all
therighteous
rules.'
Then
they
addressed
words
of
glori-
fication
of
a
pleasing
kind
to
the
godEudra.
And
they
satisfied
him
by
offering
a
sacrifice,
and
paid
him
suitable
honours.
Thereupon
he
gave
up
the
beast,
and
went
by
the
path
trodden
by
the
gods.
Thereupon
what
happened
to
Eudra,
learn
from
me,
Yudhishthira
!
Influenced
by
the
dread
of
Eudra,
the
gods
set
apart
for
evermore,
the
best
allot-
ment
out
of
all
shares,
such
as
was
fresh
and
not
stale
(
to
be
appropria-ted
by
the
god
).
Whosoever
performs
his
ablutions
at
this
spot,
while
reciting
this
ancient
story,
beholds
with
his
mortal
eyes
the
path
that
leads
to
the
region
of
the
gods."
Vaisampayana
said,
"Then
all
the
sons
of
Pandu
and
likewise
the
daughter
of
Drupada
all
of
whom
were
the
favoured
of
Fate
descended
to
the
river
Vaitarani,
and
made
libations
to
the
names
oftheir
fathers."
Yudhishthira
said,
"0
Lomasa,
how
great
must
bethe
force
of
a
pious
deed
!
Having
taken
my
bath
at
this
spot
in
a
proper
form,
I
seem
to
touch
no
more
the
region
inhabited
by
mortal
men
!
saint
of
a
virtuous
life,
I
am
beholding
all
the
regions.
And
this
is
the
noise
of
the
magnanimous
dwellers
of
the
wood,
whe
are
reciting
their
audible
prayers."
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