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Pages in category "Virata"
The following 23 pages are in this category, out of 23 total.
- Dronacarya was informed of Arjuna's presence in the fight of the Kurus and the Viratas
- During the time of cow-stealing in Virata-nagara, he (Trigarta) was able to arrest Maharaja Virata, but later Maharaja Virata was released by Bhima. In the Battle of Kuruksetra he also fought very valiantly, but at the end he was killed by Arjuna
- During the time of cow-stealing in Virata-nagara, Susarma was able to arrest Maharaja Virata, but later Maharaja Virata was released by Bhima
- Duryodhana said to Dronacarya: Here in this army (of the Kurus) are many heroic bowmen equal in fighting to Bhima and Arjuna: great fighters like Yuyudhana, Virata and Drupada
- He (Duryodhana) knew the strength of Bhima and Arjuna, and thus he compared the others (Yuyudhana, Virata and Drupada; in BG 1.4) with them. BG 1972 purports
- Here in this army there are many heroic bowmen equal in fighting to Bhima and Arjuna; there are also great fighters like Yuyudhana, Virata and Drupada. BG 1.4 - 1972
- O chief of the Kuru dynasty, the Vedic wisdom became manifested from the mouth of the virat, the gigantic form
- O great brahmana, you have told me that the gigantic virat form and His senses, sense objects and ten kinds of life air exist with three kinds of life vigor. Now, if you will, kindly explain to me the different powers of the specific divisions
- That great archer the King of Kasi, the great fighter Sikhandi, Dhrstadyumna, Virata & the unconquerable Satyaki, Drupada, the sons of Draupadi, & the others, such as the son of Subhadra, greatly armed, blew their respective conchshells. BG 1.16.18 - 1972
- That great archer the King of Kasi, the great fighter Sikhandi, Dhrstadyumna, Virata, the unconquerable Satyaki, Drupada, the sons of Draupadi, and the others, O King, such as the mighty-armed son of Subhadra, all blew their respective conchshells
- The froggish philosophers may go on with their mental speculations on the subject matter of the virat, the gigantic form exhibited by the yogamaya internal potency of the Supreme Personality of Godhead but no one can measure such a vast exhibition
- The power of protection was generated from the arms of the gigantic virat form, and in relation to such power the ksatriyas also came into existence by following the ksatriya principle of protecting society from the disturbance of thieves and miscreants
- The three categories (adhyatma, adhidaiva and adhibhutam) are also explained as to their birth after the opening of the mouth of the virat-purusa
- Then the Battle of Kuruksetra began, and he (Jayadratha) took sides with Duryodhana. In the first day's fight he was engaged with Maharaja Drupada, then with Virata and then with Abhimanyu
- They (Yuyudhana, Virata and Drupada) are mentioned by Duryodhana (in BG 1.4) as great stumbling blocks on the path of victory because each and every one of them was as formidable as Bhima and Arjuna. BG 1972 purports
- When all the Pandavas lived incognito, he (Arjuna) presented himself in the court of King Virata as a eunuch and was employed as the musical teacher of Uttara, his future daughter-in-law, and was known in the Virata court as the Brhannala
- When the Pandavas lived incognito in the palace of Virata, Kicaka was attracted by her (Draupadi's) exquisite beauty, and by arrangement with Bhima the devil was killed and she was saved
- When the Pandavas were living at the palace of Virata incognito, the Kauravas picked a quarrel with King Virata and decided to take away his large number of cows. While they were taking away the cows, Arjuna fought with them incognito