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, "O holy one, accor
ding to what rites s
hould the learned li
sten to the Bharata?
 What are the fruits
 (acquirable by hear
ing it)? What deitie
s are to be worshipp
ed during the severa
l <i>paranas? </i>Wh
at should be the gif
ts that one should m
ake, O holy one, at
every <i>parva </i>o
r sacred day (during
 the continuance of
the recitation)? Wha
t should be the qual
ification of the rec
iter to be engaged?
Tell me all this!</p
a said, "Hear, O kin
g, what the procedur
e is, and what the f
ruits, O Bharata, ar
e that will spring f
rom one&#146;s liste
ning (to a recitatio
n of the Bharata). E
ven this, O king of
kings, is what thou
askest me. The deiti
es of Heaven, O rule
r of Earth, came to
this world for sport
. Having achieved th
eir task, they ascen
ded once more to Hea
ven. Listen to what
I shall tell thee in
 brief. In the Mahab
harata is to be foun
d the births of Rish
is and deities on th
e Earth. In this tre
atise, called Bharat
a, O foremost one of
 Bharata&#146;s race
, are to be seen in
one place the eterna
l Rudras, the Saddhy
as, and the Viswedev
as; the Adityas, the
 two deities named t
he Ashvinis, the reg
ents of the World, t
he great Rishis, the
 Guhyakas, the Gandh
arvas, the Nagas, th
e Vidyadharas, the S
iddhas, the diverse
deities, the Self-bo
rn visible in a body
, with many ascetics
; the Hills and Moun
tains, Oceans and Se
as and Rivers, the d
iverse tribes of Aps
aras; the Planets, t
he Years, the Half-y
ears, and the Season
s; and the whole uni
verse of mobile and
immobile entities, w
ith all the gods and
Hearing their celebr
ity, and in conseque
nce of a recitation
of their names and a
chievements, a man t
hat has committed ev
en terrible sins, wi
ll be cleansed. Havi
ng, with a concentra
ted soul and cleanse
d body, heard this h
istory duly, from th
e beginning, and hav
ing reached its end,
 one should make Sra
ddha offerings, O Bh
arata, unto those (f
oremost of persons w
ho have been mention
ed in it). Unto the
Brahmanas also, O ch
ief of Bharata&#146;
s race, should, with
 due devotion and ac
cording to one&#146;
s power, be made lar
ge gifts and diverse
 kinds of gems, and
kine, and vessels of
 white brass for mil
king kine, and maide
ns decked with every
 ornament, and posse
ssed of every accomp
lishment suited to e
njoyment, as also di
verse kinds of conve
yances, beautiful ma
nsions, plots of lan
d, and cloths. Anima
ls also should be gi
ven, such as horses
and elephants in rag
e, and beds, and cov
ered conveyances bor
ne on the shoulders
of men, and well-dec
ked cars. Whatever o
bjects occur in the
house, of the foremo
st kind, whatever we
alth of great value
occurs in it, should
 be given away unto
Brahmanas. Indeed, o
ne should give away
one&#146;s own self,
 wives, and children
irous of hearing the
 Bharata, should hea
r it without a doubt
ing heart, with chee
rfulness and joy; an
d as, he proceeds li
stening to its recit
ation, he should acc
ording to the extent
 of his power, make
gifts with great dev
ar how a person that
 is devoted to truth
 and sincerity, that
 is self-restrained,
 pure (in mind), and
 observant of those
acts which lead to p
urity of body, that
is endued with faith
, and that has subju
gated wrath, attains
 to success (in the
matter of a recitati
on of the Bharata).
He should appoint as
 reciter one that is
 pure (of body), tha
t is endued with goo
d and pious conduct,
 that should be robe
d in white, that sho
uld have a complete
mastery over his pas
sions, that is clean
sed of all offences,
 that is conversant
with every branch of
 learning, that is e
ndued with faith, th
at is free from mali
ce, that is possesse
d of handsome featur
es, that is blessed,
 self-restrained, tr
uthful, and with pas
sions under control,
 and that is beloved
 of all for the gift
s he makes and the h
onours of which he i
s the possessor.</p>
 seated at his ease,
 free from all bodil
y complaints, and wi
th rapt attention, s
hould recite the tex
t without too much s
lowness, without a l
abouring voice, with
out being fast or qu
ick, quietly, with s
ufficient energy, wi
thout confusing the
letters and words to
gether, in a sweet i
ntonation and with s
uch accent and empha
sis as would indicat
e the sense giving f
ull utterance to the
 three and sixty let
ters of the alphabet
 from the eight plac
es of their formatio
n. Bowing unto Naray
ana, and to Nara, th
at foremost of men,
as also to the godde
ss Sarasvati, should
 the word Jaya be ut
stening to the Bhara
ta, O king, when rec
ited, O thou of Bhar
ata&#146;s race, by
a reader of this kin
d, the listener, obs
ervant of vows all t
he while and cleanse
d by purificatory ri
tes, acquires valuab
le fruits. When the
first Parana is reac
hed, the hearer shou
ld gratify Brahmanas
 with presents of al
l desirable objects.
 By doing this, one
obtains the fruits o
f the Agnishtoma sac
rifice. He acquires
a large (celestial)
car teeming with div
erse orders of Apsar
as (that wait upon h
im). With a glad hea
rt, and with the dei
ties in his company,
 he proceeds to Heav
en, his heart rapt (
 Parana is reached,
the hearer acquires
the fruits of the At
iratra vow. Indeed,
he ascends a celesti
al car made entirely
 of precious gems. W
earing celestial gar
lands and robes, and
 decked with celesti
al unguents and alwa
ys shedding a celest
ial fragrance around
, he receives high h
onours in Heaven.</p
ird Parana is reache
d, he acquires the f
ruits of the Dwadasa
ha vow. Indeed be re
sides in Heaven for
myriads of years, li
"At the fourth Paran
a he acquires the fr
uits of the Vajapeya
p>"At the fifth, twi
ce those fruits are
his. Ascending a cel
estial car that rese
mbles the rising sun
 or a blazing fire,
and with the deities
 for his companions,
 he goes to Heaven a
nd sports in felicit
y for myriads of yea
rs in the abode of I
the sixth Parana, tw
ice, and at the seve
nth, thrice those fr
uits become his. Asc
ending a celestial c
ar that resembles th
e summit of the Kail
asa mountains (in be
auty), that is equip
t with an altar made
 of stones of lapis
lazuli and other pre
cious gems, that is
surrounded by beauti
ful objects of diver
se kinds, that is de
cked with gems and c
orals, that moves at
 the will of the rid
er, and that teems w
ith waiting Apsaras,
 he roves through al
l the regions of fel
icity, like a second
 deity of the Sun.</
ht Parana, he acquir
es the fruits of the
 Rajasuya sacrifice.
 He ascends a car as
 beautiful as the ri
sing moon, and unto
which are yoked stee
ds white as the rays
 of the moon and end
ued with the speed o
f thought. He is ser
ved by women of the
foremost beauty and
whose faces are more
 charming than the m
oon. He hears the mu
sic of the garlands
that encircle their
waists and the Nupur
as encircling their
ankles. Sleeping wit
h his head resting o
n the laps of women
of transcendent beau
ty, he awakes greatl
<p>"At the ninth Par
ana, he acquires, O
Bharata, the fruits
of that foremost of
sacrifices, viz., th
e Horse-sacrifice. A
scending on a car eq
uipt with a chamber
consisting of a top
supported by columns
 of gold, furnished
with a seat made of
stones of lapis lazu
li, with windows on
all sides made of pu
re gold, and teeming
 with waiting Apsara
s and Gandharvas and
 other celestials, h
e blazes forth in sp
lendour. Wearing cel
estial garlands and
robes, and decked wi
th celestial unguent
s, he sports in blis
s, with deities for
his companions, in H
eaven, like a second
 deity himself.</p>
tenth Parana and gra
tifying Brahmanas, h
e acquires a car whi
ch tinkles with innu
merable bells, which
 is decked with flag
s and banners, which
 is equipt with a se
at made of precious
gems, which has many
 arches made of lapi
s lazuli, which has
a net-work of gold a
ll round, which has
turrets made of cora
ls, which is adorned
 with Gandharvas and
 Apsaras well-skille
d in singing, and wh
ich is fit for the r
esidence of the Righ
teous. Crowned with
a diadem of the comp
lexion of fire, deck
ed with ornaments of
 gold, his person sm
eared with celestial
 sandalpaste, garnis
hed with celestial w
reaths, he roves thr
ough all celestial r
egions, enjoying all
 celestial objects o
f enjoyment, and end
ued with great splen
dour, through the gr
ace of the deities.<
utred, he receives h
igh honours in Heave
n for many long year
s. With Gandharvas i
n his company, for f
ull 21,000 years, he
 sports in bliss wit
h Indra himself in a
bode of Indra. He ro
ves at pleasure ever
y day through the di
verse regions of the
 gods, riding on cel
estial cars and conv
eyances, and surroun
ded by celestial dam
sels of transcendent
 beauty. He is able
to go to the abode o
f the solar deity, o
f the lunar deity, a
nd of Siva, O king.
Indeed, he succeeds
in living in the sam
e region with Vishnu
 himself. It is even
 so, O monarch. Ther
e is no doubt in thi
s. A person listenin
g with faith, become
s even so. My precep
tor has said this. U
nto the reciter shou
ld be given all such
 objects as he may w
ish. Elephants and s
teeds and cars and c
onveyances, especial
ly animals and the v
ehicles they draw, a
 bracelet of gold, a
 pair of ear-rings,
sacred threads, beau
tiful robes, and per
fumes in especial (s
hould be given). By
worshipping him as a
 deity one attains t
o the regions of Vis
r this I shall decla
re what should be gi
ven away, as each <i
>parva </i>is reache
d of the <i>Bharata
</i>in course of its
 recitation, unto <i
>brahmanas, </i>afte
r ascertaining their
 birth, country, tru
thfulness, and great
ness, O chief of Bha
rata&#146;s race, as
 also their inclinat
ion for piety, and u
nto <i>kshatriyas </
i>too, O king, after
 ascertainment of si
milar particulars. C
ausing the Brahmanas
 to utter benedictio
ns, the business of
recitation should be
 begun. When a <i>pa
rva </i>is finished,
 the <i>brahmanas </
i>should be worshipp
ed to the best of on
e&#146;s power. At f
irst, the reciter, c
lad in good robes an
d smeared with perfu
med paste, should, O
 king, be duly fed w
ith honey and frumen
ty of the best kind.
 <i>Astika-parva </i
>is being recited, <
i>brahmanas </i>shou
ld be entertained wi
th fruits and roots,
 and frumenty, and h
oney and clarified b
utter, and rice boil
ed with raw sugar.</
i>Sabha-parva </i>is
 being recited, <i>b
rahmanas </i>should
be fed with <i>habis
ya </i>along with <i
>apupas </i>and <i>p
upas </i>and <i>moda
kas, </i>O king.</p>
Aranyaka-parva </i>i
s being recited, sup
erior <i>brahmanas <
/i>should be fed wit
h fruits and roots.<
<i>Arani-parva </i>i
s reached, water-pot
s full of water shou
ld be given away. Ma
ny superior kinds of
 delicious food, als
o rice and fruits an
d roots, and food po
ssessed of every agr
eeable attribute, sh
ould be presented un
to the <i>brahmanas.
ng the recitation of
 the <i>Virata-parva
 </i>diverse kinds o
f robes should be gi
ven away; and during
 that of the <i>Udyo
ga-parva, </i>O chie
f of the Bharatas, t
he twice-born ones,
after being decked w
ith perfumes and gar
lands, should be ent
ertained with food p
ossessed of every ag
reeable quality.</p>
ecitation of the <i>
Bhishma-parva, </i>O
 king of kings, afte
r giving them excell
ent cars and conveya
nces, food should be
 given that is pure
and well-cooked and
possessed of every d
esirable attribute.<
e <i>Drona-parva </i
>food of very superi
or kind should be gi
ven to learned <i>br
ahmanas, </i>as also
 beds, O monarch, an
d bows and good swor
g the recitation of
the <i>Karna-parva,
</i>food of the fore
most kind, besides b
eing pure and well-c
ooked, should be pre
sented unto the <i>b
rahmanas </i>by the
house-holder with ra
During the recitatio
n of the <i>Shalya-p
arva, </i>O king of
kings, food with con
fectionery and rice
boiled with raw suga
r, as also cakes of
wheat and soothing a
nd nutritive viands
and drinks should be
p>"During the recita
tion of the <i>Gada-
parva, brahmanas </i
>should be entertain
ed with food mixed w
ith <i>mudga.</i></p
recitation of the <i
>Stri-parva, </i>for
emost of <i>brahmana
s </i>should be ente
rtained with gems an
d precious stones; a
nd during the recita
tion of the <i>Aishi
ka-parva, </i>rice b
oiled in ghee should
 first be given, and
 then food pure and
well-cooked, and pos
sessed of every desi
rable quality, shoul
d be presented.</p>
citation of the <i>S
hanti-parva, </i>the
 <i>brahmanas </i>sh
ould be fed with <i>
<p>"When the <i>Asva
medhika-parva </i>is
 reached, food posse
ssed of every agreea
ble quality should b
e given; and when th
e <i>Asramvasika </i
>is reached, <i>brah
manas </i>should be
entertained with <i>
<p>"When the <i>Maus
ala </i>is reached,
scents and garlands
possessed of agreeab
le qualities should
be given away.</p>
Mahaprasthanika, </i
>similar presents sh
ould be made, posses
sed of every quality
 of an agreeable kin
he <i>Svarga-parva <
/i>is reached, the <
i>brahmanas </i>shou
ld be fed with <i>ha
>"Upon the conclusio
n of the Harivansa,
a 1,000 <i>brahmanas
 </i>should be fed.
Unto each of them sh
ould be presented a
cow accompanied with
 a piece of gold. Ha
lf of this should be
 presented to each p
oor man, O king.</p>
clusion of all the P
arvas, the house-hol
der of wisdom should
 give unto the recit
er a copy of the Mah
abharata with a piec
e of gold. When the
Harivansa Parva is b
eing recited, Brahma
nas should be fed wi
th frumenty at each
successive Parana, O
 king. Having finish
ed all the Parvas, o
ne versed in the scr
iptures, robing hims
elf in white, wearin
g garlands, decked w
ith ornaments, and p
roperly purified, sh
ould place a copy of
 the Mahabharata on
an auspicious spot a
nd cover it with a p
iece of silken cloth
 and worship it, acc
ording to due rites,
 with scents and gar
lands, offering each
 at a time. Indeed,
O king, the several
volumes of this trea
tise should be worsh
ipped by one with de
votion and concentra
ted mind. Offerings
should be made unto
them of diverse kind
s of food and garlan
ds and drinks and di
verse auspicious art
icles of enjoyment.
Gold and other preci
ous metals should be
 given as Dakshina.
The names should the
n be taken of all th
e deities as also of
 Nara and Narayana.
Then, adorning the p
ersons of some forem
ost of Brahmanas wit
h scents and garland
s, they should be gr
atified with diverse
 kinds of gifts of e
njoyable and very su
perior or costly art
icles. By doing this
, one attains to the
 merits of the Atira
tra sacrifice. Indee
d, at each successiv
e Parva, he acquires
 the merits that att
ach to the performan
ce of a sacrifice. T
he reciter, O chief
of the Bharatas, sho
uld be possessed of
learning and endued
with a good voice an
d a clear utterance
respecting both lett
ers and words. Even
such a man should, O
 chief of the Bharat
as, recite the Bhara
ta. After entertaini
ng a number of forem
ost Brahmanas, prese
nts should be made u
nto them according t
o the ordinances. Th
e reciter also, O ch
ief of the Bharatas,
 should be decked wi
th ornaments and fed
 sumptuously. The re
citer being gratifie
d, the house-holder
attains to an excell
ent and auspicious c
ontentment. If the B
rahmanas are gratifi
ed, all the deities
are gratified. After
 this, O chief of th
e Bharatas, Brahmana
s should be duly ent
ertained with divers
e kinds of enjoyable
 articles and superi
>"I have thus indica
ted the ordinances,
O foremost of men, (
about the manner of
reciting these scrip
tures) in answer to
thy enquiries. Thou
shouldst observe the
m with faith. In lis
tening to a recitati
on of the Bharata an
d at each Parana, O
best of kings, one t
hat desires to attai
n to the highest goo
d should listen with
 the greatest care a
nd attention. One sh
ould listen to the B
harata every day. On
e should proclaim th
e merits of the Bhar
ata every day. One i
n whose house the Bh
arata occurs, has in
 his hands all those
 scriptures which ar
e known by the name
of <i>Jaya. </i>The
<i>Bharata </i>is cl
eansing and sacred.
In the Bharata are d
iverse topics. The B
harata is worshipped
 by the very gods. T
he Bharata is the hi
ghest goal. The Bhar
ata, O chief of the
Bharatas, is the for
emost of all scriptu
res. One attains to
Emancipation through
 the Bharata. This t
hat I tell thee is c
ertain truth. One th
at proclaims the mer
its of this history
called the Mahabhara
ta, of the Earth, of
 the cow, of Sarasva
ti (the goddess of s
peech), of Brahmanas
, and of Keshava, ha
s never to languish.
edas, in the Ramayan
a, and in the sacred
 Bharata, O chief of
 Bharata&#146;s race
, Hari is sung in th
e beginning, the mid
dle, and at the end.
 That in which occur
 excellent statement
s relating to Vishnu
, and the eternal Sr
utis, should be list
ened to by men desir
ous of attaining to
the highest goal. Th
is treatise is sanct
ifying. This is the
highest indicator as
 regards duties; thi
s is endued with eve
ry merit. One desiro
us of prosperity sho
uld listen to it. Si
ns committed by mean
s of the body, by me
ans of words, and by
 means of the mind,
are all destroyed (t
hrough listening to
the Bharata) as Dark
ness at sunrise. One
 devoted to Vishnu a
cquires (through thi
s) that merit which
is acquired by liste
ning to the eighteen
 Puranas. There is n
o doubt in this. Men
 and women (by liste
ning to this) would
certainly attain to
the status of Vishnu
. Women desirous of
having children shou
ld certainly listen
to this which procla
ims the fame of Vish
nu. One desirous of
attaining to the fru
its that attach to a
 recitation of the B
harata should, accor
ding to one&#146;s p
ower, give unto the
reciter Dakshina, as
 also an honorarium
in gold. One desirou
s of one&#146;s own
good should give unt
o the reciter a Kapi
la cow with horns ca
sed in gold and acco
mpanied by her calf,
 covered with a clot
h. Ornaments, O chie
f of Bharata&#146;s
race, for the arms,
as also those for th
e ears, should be gi
ven. Besides these,
other kinds of wealt
h should be presente
d. Unto the reciter,
 O king of men, gift
 of land should be m
ade. No gift like th
at of land could eve
r be or will be. The
 man that listens (t
o the Bharata) or th
at recites it to oth
er people, becomes c
leansed of all his s
ins and attains at l
ast to the status of
 Vishnu. Such a man
rescues his ancestor
s to the eleventh de
gree, as also himsel
f with his wives and
 sons, O chief of Bh
arata&#146;s race. A
fter concluding a re
citation of the Bhar
ata, one should, O k
ing, perform a Homa
with all its ten par
e thus, O chief of m
en, told everything
in thy presence. He
that listens with de
votion to this Bhara
ta from the beginnin
g becomes cleansed o
f every sin even if
he be guilty of Brah
manicide or the viol
ation of his precept
or&#146;s bed, or ev
en if he be a drinke
r of alcohol or a ro
bber of other people
&#146;s wares, or ev
en if he be born in
the Chandala order.
Destroying all his s
ins like the maker o
f day destroying dar
kness, such a man, w
ithout doubt, sports
 in felicity in the
region of Vishnu lik
e Vishnu himself."</
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 said, "Bhishma and
Drona, those two hig
h-souled persons, ki
ng Dhritarashtra, an
d Virata and Drupada
, and Sankha and Utt
ara. Dhrishtaketu an
d Jayatsena and king
 Satyajit, the sons
of Duryodhana, and S
hakuni the son of Su
bala, Karna&#146;s s
ons of great prowess
, king Jayadratha, G
hatotkaca and others
 whom thou hast not
mentioned, the other
 heroic kings of bla
zing forms&#151;tell
 me for what period
they remained in Hea
ven. O foremost of r
egenerate persons, w
as theirs an eternal
 place in Heaven? Wh
at was the end attai
ned to by those fore
most of men when the
ir acts came to an e
nd? I desire to hear
 this, O foremost of
 regenerate persons,
 and therefore have
I asked thee. Throug
h thy blazing penanc
es thou seest all th
i said: Thus questio
ned, that regenerate
 Rishi, receiving th
e permission of the
high-souled Vyasa, s
et himself to answer
 the question of the
shampayana said, "Ev
ery one, O king of m
en, is not capable o
f returning to his o
wn nature at the end
 of his deeds. Wheth
er this is so or not
, is, indeed a good
question asked by th
ee. Hear, O king, th
is which is a myster
y of the gods, O chi
ef of Bharata&#146;s
 race. It was explai
ned (to us) by Vyasa
 of mighty energy, c
elestial vision and
great prowess, that
ancient ascetic, O K
auravya, who is the
son of Parasara and
who always observes
high vows, who is of
 immeasurable unders
tanding, who is omni
scient, and who, the
refore knows the end
 attached to all act
a of mighty energy a
nd great effulgence
attained to the stat
us of the Vasus. Eig
ht Vasus, O chief of
 Bharata&#146;s race
, are now seen. Dron
a entered into Briha
spati, that foremost
 one of Angirasa&#14
6;s descendants. Hri
dika&#146;s son Krit
avarma entered the M
aruts. Pradyumna ent
ered Sanatkumara whe
nce he had issued. D
hritarashtra obtaine
d the regions, so di
fficult of acquisiti
on, that belong to t
he Lord of treasures
. The famous Gandhar
i obtained the same
regions with her hus
band Dhritarashtra.
With his two wives,
Pandu proceeded to t
he abode of the grea
t Indra. Both Virata
 and Drupada, the ki
ng Dhrishtaketu, as
also Nishatha, Akrur
a, Samva, Bhanukampa
, and Viduratha, and
 Bhurishrava and Sal
a and king Bhuri, an
d Kansa, and Ugrasen
a, and Vasudeva, and
 Uttara, that foremo
st of men, with his
brother Sankha&#151;
all these foremost o
f persons entered th
e deities. Soma&#146
;s son of great prow
ess, named Varchas o
f mighty energy, bec
ame Abhimanyu, the s
on of Phalguna, that
 lion among men. Hav
ing fought, agreeabl
y to Kshatriya pract
ices, with bravery s
uch as none else had
 ever been able to s
how, that mighty-arm
ed and righteous-sou
led being entered So
ma. Slain on the fie
ld of battle, O fore
most of men, Karna e
ntered Surya. Shakun
i obtained absorptio
n into Dwapara, and
Dhrishtadyumna into
the deity of fire. T
he sons of Dhritaras
htra were all Raksha
sas of fierce might.
 Sanctified by death
 caused by weapons,
those high-souled be
ings of prosperity a
ll succeeded in atta
ining to Heaven. Bot
h Kshattri and king
Yudhishthira entered
 into the god of Rig
hteousness. The holy
 and illustrious Ana
nta (who had taken b
irth as Balarama) pr
oceeded to the regio
n below the Earth. T
hrough the command o
f the Grandsire, he,
 aided by his Yoga p
ower, supported the
Earth. Vasudeva was
a portion of that et
ernal god of gods ca
lled Narayana. Accor
dingly, he entered i
nto Narayana. 16,000
 women had been marr
ied to Vasudeva as h
is wives. When the t
ime came, O Janameja
ya, they, plunged in
to the Sarasvati. Ca
sting off their (hum
an) bodies there, th
ey re-ascended to He
aven. Transformed in
to Apsaras, they app
roached the presence
 of Vasudeva. Those
heroic and mighty ca
r-warriors, Ghatotka
ca and others, who w
ere slain in the gre
at battle, attained
to the status, some
of gods and some of
Yakshas. Those that
had fought on the si
de of Duryodhana are
 said to have been R
akshasas. Gradually,
 O king, they have a
ll attained to excel
lent regions of feli
city. Those foremost
 of men have proceed
ed, some to the abod
e of Indra, some to
that of Kuvera of gr
eat intelligence, an
d some to that of Va
runa. I have now tol
d thee, O thou of gr
eat splendour, every
thing about the acts
, O Bharata, of both
 the Kurus and the P
auti said: Hearing t
his, ye foremost of
regenerate ones, at
the intervals of sac
rificial rites, king
 Janamejaya became f
illed with wonder. T
he sacrificial pries
ts then finished the
 rites that remained
 to be gone through.
 Astika, having resc
ued the snakes (from
 fiery death), becam
e filled with joy. K
ing Janamejaya then
gratified all the Br
ahmanas with copious
 presents. Thus wors
hipped by the king,
they returned to the
ir respective abodes
. Having dismissed t
hose learned Brahman
as, king Janamejaya
came back from Taksh
asila to the city na
med after the elepha
 now told everything
 that Vaishampayana
narrated, at the com
mand of Vyasa, unto
the king at his snak
e sacrifice. Called
a history, it is sac
red, sanctifying and
 excellent. It has b
een composed by the
ascetic Krishna, O B
rahmana, of truthful
 speech. He is omnis
cient, conversant wi
th all ordinances, p
ossessed of a knowle
dge of all duties, e
ndued with piety, ca
pable of perceiving
what is beyond the k
en of the senses, pu
re, having a soul cl
eansed by penances,
possessed of the six
 high attributes, an
d devoted to Sankhya
 Yoga. He has compos
ed this, beholding e
verything with a cel
estial eye that has
been cleansed (stren
gthened) by varied l
ore. He has done thi
s, desiring to sprea
d the fame, througho
ut the world, of the
 high-souled Pandava
s, as also of other
Kshatriyas possessed
 of abundant wealth
>That learned man wh
o recites this histo
ry of sacred days in
 the midst of a list
ening auditory becom
es cleansed of every
 sin, conquers Heave
n, and attains to th
e status of Brahma.
Of that man who list
ens with rapt attent
ion to the recitatio
n of the whole of th
is Veda composed by
(the Island-born) Kr
ishna, a million sin
s, numbering such gr
ave ones as Brahmani
cide and the rest, a
re washed off. The P
itris of that man wh
o recites even a sma
ll portion of this h
istory at a Sraddha,
 obtain inexhaustibl
e food and drink. Th
e sins that one comm
its during the day b
y one&#146;s senses
or the mind are all
washed off before ev
ening by reciting a
portion of the Mahab
harata. Whatever sin
s a Brahmana may com
mit at night in the
midst of women are a
ll washed off before
 dawn by reciting a
portion of the Mahab
e high race of the B
haratas is its topic
. Hence it is called
 Bharata. And becaus
e of its grave impor
t, as also of the Bh
aratas being its top
ic, it is called <i>
Mahabharata. </i>He
who is versed in int
erpretations of this
 great treatise, bec
omes cleansed of eve
ry sin. Such a man l
ives in righteousnes
s, wealth, and pleas
ure, and attains to
Emancipation also, O
 chief of Bharata&#1
>That which occurs h
ere occurs elsewhere
. That which does no
t occur here occurs
nowhere else. This h
istory is known by t
he name of Jaya. It
should be heard by e
very one desirous of
 Emancipation. It sh
ould be read by Brah
manas, by kings, and
 by women quick with
 children. He that d
esires Heaven attain
s to Heaven; and he
that desires victory
 attains to victory.
 The woman quick wit
h child gets either
a son or a daughter
highly blessed. The
puissant Island-born
 Krishna, who will n
ot have to come back
, and who is Emancip
ation incarnate, mad
e an abstract of the
 Bharata, moved by t
he desire of aiding
the cause of righteo
usness. He made anot
her compilation cons
isting of sixty lakh
s of verses. Thirty
lakhs of these were
placed in the region
 of the deities. In
the region of the Pi
tris fifteen lakhs,
it should be known,
are current; while i
n that of the Yaksha
s fourteen lakhs are
 in vogue. One lakh
is current among hum
>Narada recited the
Mahabharata to the g
ods; Asita-Devala to
 the Pitris; Suka to
 the Rakshasas and t
he Yakshas; and Vais
hampayana to human b
eings. This history
is sacred, and of hi
gh import, and regar
ded as equal to the
Vedas. That man, O S
aunaka, who hears th
is history, placing
a Brahmana before hi
m, acquires both fam
e and the fruition o
f all his wishes. He
 who, with fervid de
votion, listens to a
 recitation of the M
ahabharata, attains
(hereafter) to high
success in consequen
ce of the merit that
 becomes his through
 understanding even
a very small portion
 thereof. All the si
ns of that man who r
ecites or listens to
 this history with d
evotion are washed o
mer times, the great
 Rishi Vyasa, having
 composed this treat
ise, caused his son
Suka to read it with
 him, along with the
se four Verses. &#15
1;Thousands of mothe
rs and fathers, and
hundreds of sons and
 wives arise in the
world and depart fro
m it. Others will (a
rise and) similarly
depart. There are th
ousands of occasions
 for joy and hundred
s of occasions for f
ear. These affect on
ly him that is ignor
ant but never him th
at is wise. With upl
ifted arms I am cryi
ng aloud but nobody
hears me. From Right
eousness is Wealth a
s also Pleasure. Why
 should not Righteou
sness, therefore, be
 courted? For the sa
ke neither of pleasu
re, nor of fear, nor
 of cupidity should
any one cast off Rig
hteousness. Indeed,
for the sake of even
 life one should not
 cast off Righteousn
ess. Righteousness i
s eternal. Pleasure
and Pain are not ete
rnal. Jiva is eterna
l. The cause, howeve
r, of Jiva&#146;s be
ing invested with a
body is not so.</p>
waking up at dawn, r
eads this Savittri o
f the Bharata, acqui
res all the rewards
attached to a recita
tion of this history
 and ultimately atta
ins to the highest B
rahma. As the sacred
 Ocean, as the Himav
at mountain, are bot
h regarded as mines
of precious gems, ev
en so is this Bharat
a (regarded as a min
e of precious gems).
 The man of learning
, by reciting to oth
ers this Veda or Aga
ma composed by (the
Island-born) Krishna
, earns wealth. Ther
e is no doubt in thi
s that he who, with
rapt attention, reci
tes this history cal
led Bharata, attains
 to high success. Wh
at need has that man
 of a sprinkling of
the waters of Pushka
ra who attentively l
istens to this Bhara
ta, while it is reci
ted to him? It repre
sents the nectar tha
t fell from the lips
 of the Island-born.
 It is immeasurable,
 sacred, sanctifying
, sin-cleansing, and
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na said, "King Yudhi
shthira, thus praise
d by the gods, the M
aruts and the Rishis
, proceeded to that
place where those fo
remost ones of Kuru&
#146;s race were. He
 beheld Govinda endu
ed with his Brahma-f
orm. It resembled th
at form of his which
 had been seen befor
e and which, therefo
re, helped the recog
nition. Blazing fort
h in that form of hi
s, he was adorned wi
th celestial weapons
, such as the terrib
le discus and others
 in their respective
 embodied forms. He
was being adored by
the heroic Phalguna,
 who also was endued
 with a blazing effu
lgence. The son of K
unti beheld the slay
er of Madhu also in
his own form. Those
two foremost of Bein
gs, adored by all th
e gods, beholding Yu
dhishthira, received
 him with proper hon
another place, the d
elighter of the Kuru
s beheld Karna, that
 foremost one among
all wielders of weap
ons, resembling a do
zen Suryas in splend
our. In another part
 he beheld Bhimasena
 of great puissance,
 sitting in the mids
t of the Maruts, and
 endued with a blazi
ng form. He was sitt
ing by the side of t
he God of Wind in hi
s embodied form. Ind
eed, he was then in
a celestial form end
ued with great beaut
y, and had attained
to the highest succe
ss. In place belongi
ng to the Ashvinis,
the delighter of the
 Kurus beheld Nakula
 and Sahadeva, each
blazing with his own
<p>"He also beheld t
he princess of Panca
la, decked in garlan
ds of lotuses. Havin
g attained to Heaven
, she was sitting th
ere, endued with a f
orm possessed of sol
ar splendour. King Y
udhishthira suddenly
 wished to question
her. Then the illust
rious Indra, the chi
ef of the gods, spok
e to him, &#145;This
 one is Sree herself
. It was for your sa
ke that she took bir
th, as the daughter
of Drupada, among hu
man beings, issuing
not from any mother&
#146;s womb, O Yudhi
shthira, endued with
 agreeable perfume a
nd capable of deligh
ting the whole world
. For your pleasure,
 she was created by
the wielder of the t
rident. She was born
 in the race of Drup
ada and was enjoyed
by you all. These fi
ve highly blessed Ga
ndharvas endued with
 the effulgence of f
ire, and possessed o
f great energy, were
, O king, the sons o
f Draupadi and yours
ld Dhritarashtra, th
e king of the Gandha
rvas, possessed of g
reat wisdom. Know th
at this one was the
eldest brother of th
y sire. This one is
thy eldest brother,
the son of Kunti, en
dued with effulgence
 of fire. The son of
 Surya, thy eldest b
rother, the foremost
 of men, even this o
ne was known as the
son of Radha. He mov
es in the company of
 Surya. Behold this
foremost of Beings.
Among the tribes of
the Saddhyas, the go
ds, the Viswedevas,
and the Maruts, beho
ld, O king of kings,
 the mighty car-warr
iors of the Vrishnis
 and the Andhakas, v
iz., those heroes ha
ving Satyaki for the
ir first, and those
mighty ones among th
e Bhojas. Behold the
 son of Subhadra, in
vincible in battle,
now staying with Som
a. Even he is the mi
ghty bowman Abhimany
u, now endued with t
he gentle effulgence
 of the great lumina
ry of the night. Her
e is the mighty bowm
an Pandu, now united
 with Kunti and Madr
i. Thy sire frequent
ly comes to me on hi
s excellent car. Beh
old the royal Bhishm
a, the son of Santan
u, now in the midst
of the Vasus. Know t
hat this one by the
side of Brihaspati i
s thy preceptor Dron
a. These and other k
ings, O son of Pandu
, who had warred on
thy side now walk wi
th the Gandharvas or
 Yakshas or other sa
cred beings. Some ha
ve attained to the s
tatus of Guhyakas, O
 king. Having cast o
ff their bodies, the
y have conquered Hea
ven by the merit the
y had acquired throu
gh word, thought and
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na said, "King Yudhi
shthira the just, th
e son of Pritha, had
 not stayed there fo
r more than a moment
 when, O thou of Kur
u&#146;s race, all t
he gods with Indra a
t their head came to
 that spot. The deit
y of Righteousness i
n his embodied form
also came to that pl
ace where the Kuru k
ing was, for seeing
that monarch. Upon t
he advent of those d
eities of resplenden
t bodies and sanctif
ied and noble deeds,
 the darkness that h
ad overwhelmed that
region immediately d
isappeared. The torm
ents undergone by be
ings of sinful deeds
 were no longer seen
. The river Vaitaran
i, the thorny Salmal
i, the iron jars, an
d the boulders of ro
ck, so terrible to b
ehold, also vanished
 from sight. The div
erse repulsive corps
es also, which the K
uru king had seen, d
isappeared at the sa
me time. Then a bree
ze, delicious and fr
aught with pleasant
perfumes, perfectly
pure and delightfull
y cool, O Bharata, b
egan to blow on that
 spot in consequence
 of the presence of
the gods. The Maruts
, with Indra, the Va
sus with the twin As
hvinis, the Sadhyas,
 the Rudras, the Adi
tyas, and the other
denizens of Heaven,
as also the Siddhas
and the great Rishis
, all came there whe
re Dharma&#146;s roy
al son of great ener
hen Shakra, the lord
 of the deities, end
ued with blazing pro
sperity, addressed Y
udhishthira and comf
orting him, said, &#
145;O Yudhishthira o
f mighty arms, come,
 come, O chief of me
n. These illusions h
ave ended, O puissan
t one. Success has b
een attained by thee
, O mighty-armed one
, and eternal region
s (of felicity) have
 become thine. Thou
shouldst not yield t
o wrath. Listen to t
hese words of mine.
Hell, O son, should
without doubt be beh
eld by every king. O
f both good and bad
there is abundance,
O chief of men. He w
ho enjoys first the
fruits of his good a
cts must afterwards
endure Hell. He, on
the other hand, who
first endures Hell,
must afterwards enjo
y Heaven. He whose s
inful acts are many
enjoys Heaven first.
 It is for this, O k
ing, that desirous o
f doing thee good, I
 caused thee to be s
ent for having a vie
w of Hell. Thou hads
t, by a pretence, de
ceived Drona in the
matter of his son. T
hou hast, in consequ
ence thereof, been s
hown Hell by an act
of deception. After
the manner of thysel
f, Bhima and Arjuna,
 and Draupadi, have
all been shown the p
lace of sinners by a
n act of deception.
Come, O chief of men
, all of them have b
een cleansed of thei
r sins. All those ki
ngs who had aided th
ee and who have been
 slain in battle, ha
ve all attained to H
eaven. Come and beho
ld them, O foremost
one of Bharata&#146;
#145;Karna, the migh
ty bowman, that fore
most of all wielders
 of weapons for whom
 thou art grieving,
has also attained to
 high success. Behol
d, O puissant one, t
hat foremost of men,
 viz., the son of Su
rya. He is in that p
lace which is his ow
n, O mighty-armed on
e. Kill this grief o
f thine, O chief of
men. Behold thy brot
hers and others, tho
se kings, that is, w
ho had espoused thy
side. They have all
attained to their re
spective places (of
felicity). Let the f
ever of thy heart be
 dispelled. Having e
ndured a little mise
ry first, from this
time, O son of Kuru&
#146;s race, do thou
 sport with me in ha
ppiness, divested of
 grief and all thy a
ilments dispelled. O
 mighty-armed one, d
o thou now enjoy, O
king, the rewards of
 all thy deeds of ri
ghteousness of those
 regions which thou
hast acquired thysel
f by thy penances an
d of all thy gifts.
Let deities and Gand
harvas, and celestia
l Apsaras, decked in
 pure robes and exce
llent ornaments, wai
t upon and serve the
e for thy happiness.
 Do thou, O mighty-a
rmed one, enjoy now
those regions (of fe
licity) which have b
ecome thine through
the Rajasuya sacrifi
ce performed by thee
 and whose felicitie
s have been enhanced
 by the sacrificial
scimitar employed by
 thee. Let the high
fruits of thy penanc
es be enjoyed by the
e. Thy regions, O Yu
dhishthira, are abov
e, those of kings. T
hey are equal to tho
se of Hariscandra, O
 son of Pritha. Come
, and sport there in
 bliss. There where
the royal sage Mandh
atri is, there where
 king Bhagiratha is,
 there where Dushman
ta&#146;s son Bharat
a is, there wilt tho
u sport in bliss. He
re is the celestial
river, sacred and sa
nctifying the three
worlds. It is called
 Heavenly Ganga. Plu
nging into it, thou
wilt go to thy own r
egions. Having bathe
d in this stream, th
ou wilt be divested
of thy human nature.
 Indeed, thy grief d
ispelled, thy ailmen
ts conquered, thou w
ilt be freed from al
l enmities.&#146;</p
ru king, the chief o
f the gods was sayin
g so unto Yudhishthi
ra, the deity of Rig
hteousness, in his e
mbodied form, then a
ddressed his own son
 and said, &#145;O k
ing, I am greatly pl
eased, O thou of gre
at wisdom, with thee
, O son, by thy devo
tion to me, by thy t
ruthfulness of speec
h, and forgiveness,
and self-restraint.
This, indeed, is the
 third test, O king,
 to which I put thee
. Thou art incapable
, O son of Pritha, o
f being swerved from
 thy nature or reaso
n. Before this, I ha
d examined thee in t
he Dwaita woods by m
y questions, when th
ou hadst come to tha
t lake for recoverin
g a couple of fire s
ticks. Thou stoodst
it well. Assuming th
e shape of a dog, I
examined thee once m
ore, O son, when thy
 brothers with Draup
adi had fallen down.
 This has been thy t
hird test; thou hast
 expressed thy wish
to stay at Hell for
the sake of thy brot
hers. Thou hast beco
me cleansed, O highl
y blessed one. Purif
ied of sin, be thou
son of Pritha, thy b
rothers, O king, wer
e not such as to des
erve Hell. All this
has been an illusion
 created by the chie
f of the gods. Witho
ut doubt, all kings,
 O son, must once be
hold Hell. Hence has
t thou for a little
while been subjected
 to this great affli
ction. O king, neith
er Arjuna, nor Bhima
, nor any of those f
oremost of men, viz.
, the twins, nor Kar
na, ever truthful in
 speech and possesse
d of great courage,
could be deserving o
f Hell for a long ti
me. The princess Kri
shna too, O Yudhisht
hira, could not be d
eserving of that pla
ce of sinners. Come,
 come, O foremost on
e of the Bharatas, b
ehold Ganga who spre
ads her current over
 the three worlds.&#
 addressed, that roy
al sage, viz., thy g
randsire, proceeded
with Dharma and all
the other gods. Havi
ng bathed in the cel
estial river Ganga,
sacred and sanctifyi
ng and ever adored b
y the Rishis, he cas
t off his human body
. Assuming then a ce
lestial form, king Y
udhishthira the just
, in consequence of
that bath, became di
vested of all his en
mities and grief. Su
rrounded by the deit
ies, the Kuru king Y
udhishthira then pro
ceeded from that spo
t. He was accompanie
d by Dharma, and the
 great Rishis uttere
d his praises. Indee
d, he reached that p
lace where those for
emost of men, those
heroes, viz., the Pa
ndavas and the Dhart
arashtras, freed fro
m (human) wrath, wer
e enjoying each his
respective status.</
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6;s son of immeasura
ble prowess, as also
 my high-souled brot
hers, and Yudhamanyu
 and Uttamaujas, tho
se great car-warrior
s that poured their
bodies (as libations
) on the fire of bat
tle, those kings and
 princes that met wi
th death for my sake
 in battle. Where ar
e those great car-wa
rriors that possesse
d the prowess of tig
ers? Have those fore
most of men acquired
 this region? If tho
se great car-warrior
s have obtained thes
e regions, then only
 do you know, ye god
s, that I shall resi
de here with those h
igh-souled ones. If
this auspicious and
eternal region has n
ot been acquired by
those kings, then kn
ow, ye gods, that wi
thout those brothers
 and kinsmen of mine
, I shall not live h
ere. At the time of
performing the water
 rites (after the ba
ttle), I heard my mo
ther say, &#145;Do t
hou offer oblations
of water unto Karna.
&#146; Since hearing
 those words of my m
other, I am burning
with grief. I grieve
 also incessantly at
 this, ye gods, that
 when I marked the r
esemblance between t
he feet of my mother
 and those of Karna
of immeasurable soul
, I did not immediat
ely place myself und
er orders of that af
flicter of hostile r
anks. Ourselves join
ed with Karna, Shakr
a himself would have
 been unable to vanq
uish in battle. Wher
ever may that child
of Surya be, I desir
e to see him. Alas,
his relationship wit
h us being unknown,
I caused him to be s
lain by Arjuna. Bhim
a also of terrible p
rowess and dearer to
 me than my life-bre
aths, Arjuna too, re
sembling Indra himse
lf, the twins also t
hat resembled the De
stroyer himself in p
rowess, I desire to
behold. I wish to se
e the princess of Pa
ncala, whose conduct
 was always righteou
s. I wish not to sta
y here. I tell you t
he truth. Ye foremos
t ones among the dei
ties, what is Heaven
 to me if I am disso
ciated from my broth
ers? That is Heaven
where those brothers
 of mine are. This,
in my opinion, is no
t Heaven.&#146;</p>
, &#145;If thou long
est to be there, go
then, O son, without
 delay. At the comma
nd of the chief of t
he deities, we are r
eady to do what is a
greeable to thee.&#1
mpayana continued: H
aving said so, the g
ods then ordered the
 celestial messenger
, O scorcher of foes
, saying, &#145;Do t
hou show unto Yudhis
hthira his friends a
nd kinsmen.&#146; Th
en the royal son of
Kunti and the celest
ial messenger procee
ded together, O fore
most of kings, to th
at place where those
 chiefs of men (whom
 Yudhishthira had wi
shed to see) were. T
he celestial messeng
er proceeded first,
the king followed hi
m behind. The path w
as inauspicious and
difficult and trodde
n by men of sinful d
eeds. It was envelop
ed in thick darkness
, and covered with h
air and moss forming
 its grassy vesture.
 Polluted with the s
tench of sinners, an
d miry with flesh an
d blood, it abounded
 with gadflies and s
tinging bees and gna
ts and was endangere
d by the inroads of
grisly bears. Rottin
g corpses lay here a
nd there. Overspread
 with bones and hair
, it was noisome wit
h worms and insects.
 It was skirted all
along with a blazing
 fire. It was infest
ed by crows and othe
r birds and vultures
, all having beaks o
f iron, as also by e
vil spirits with lon
g mouths pointed lik
e needles. And it ab
ounded with inaccess
ible fastnesses like
 the Vindhya mountai
ns. Human corpses we
re scattered over it
, smeared with fat a
nd blood, with arms
and thighs cut off,
or with entrails tor
n out and legs sever
 that path so disagr
eeable with the sten
ch of corpses and aw
ful with other incid
ents, the righteous-
souled king proceede
d, filled with diver
se thoughts. He behe
ld a river full of b
oiling water and, th
erefore, difficult t
o cross, as also a f
orest of trees whose
 leaves were sharp s
words and razors. Th
ere were plains full
 of fine white sand
exceedingly heated,
and rocks and stones
 made of iron. There
 were many jars of i
ron all around, with
 boiling oil in them
. Many a Kuta-salmal
ika was there, with
sharp thorns and, th
erefore, exceedingly
 painful to the touc
h. The son of Kunti
beheld also the tort
ures inflicted upon
p>"Beholding that in
auspicious region ab
ounding with every s
ort of foulness, Yud
hishthira asked the
celestial messenger,
 saying, &#145;How f
ar shall we proceed
along a path like th
is? It behoveth thee
 to tell me where th
ose brothers of mine
 are. I desire also
to know what region
is this of the gods?
ng these words of ki
ng Yudhishthira the
just, the celestial
messenger stopped in
 his course and repl
ied, saying, &#145;T
hus far is your way.
 The denizens of Hea
ven commanded me tha
t having come thus f
ar, I am to stop. If
 thou art tired, O k
ing of kings, thou m
ayst return with me.
dhishthira, however,
 was exceedingly dis
consolate and stupef
ied by the foul odou
r. Resolved to retur
n, O Bharata, he ret
raced his steps. Aff
licted by sorrow and
 grief, the righteou
s-souled monarch tur
ned back. Just at th
at moment he heard p
iteous lamentations
all around, &#145;O
son of Dharma, O roy
al sage, O thou of s
acred origin, O son
of Pandu, do thou st
ay a moment for favo
uring us. At thy app
roach, O invincible
one, a delightful br
eeze hath begun to b
low, bearing the swe
et scent of thy pers
on. Great hath been
our relief at this.
O foremost of kings,
 beholding thee, O f
irst of men, great h
ath been our happine
ss. O son of Pritha,
 let that happiness
last longer through
thy stay here, for a
 few moments more. D
o thou remain here,
O Bharata, for even
a short while. As lo
ng as thou art here,
 O thou of Kuru&#146
;s race, torments ce
ase to afflict us.&#
146; These and many
similar words, utter
ed in piteous voices
 by persons in pain,
 the king heard in t
hat region, wafted t
o his ears from ever
earing those words o
f beings in woe, Yud
hishthira of compass
ionate heart exclaim
ed aloud, &#145;Alas
, how painful!&#146;
 And the king stood
still. The speeches
of those woe-begone
and afflicted person
s seemed to the son
of Pandu to be utter
ed in voices that he
 had heard before al
though he could not
recognise them on th
<p>"Unable to recogn
ise voices, Dharma&#
146;s son, Yudhishth
ira, enquired, sayin
g, &#145;Who are you
? Why also do you st
ay here?&#146;</p>
, they answered him
from all sides, sayi
ng, &#145;I am Karna
!&#146; &#145;I am B
himasena!&#146; &#14
5;I am Arjuna!&#146;
 &#145;I am Nakula!&
#146; &#145;I am Sah
adeva!&#146; &#145;I
 am Dhrishtadyumna!&
#146; &#145;I am Dra
upadi!&#146; &#145;W
e are the sons of Dr
aupadi!&#146; Even t
hus, O king, did tho
se voices speak.</p>
e exclamations, O ki
ng, uttered in voice
s of pain suitable t
o that place, the ro
yal Yudhishthira ask
ed himself &#145;Wha
t perverse destiny i
s this? What are tho
se sinful acts which
 were committed by t
hose high-souled bei
ngs, Karna and the s
ons of Draupadi, and
 the slender-waisted
 princess of Pancala
, so that their resi
dence has been assig
ned in this region o
f foetid smell and g
reat woe? I am not a
ware of any transgre
ssion that can be at
tributed to these pe
rsons of righteous d
eeds. What is that a
ct by doing which Dh
ritarashtra&#146;s s
on, king Suyodhana,
with all his sinful
followers, has becom
e invested with such
 prosperity? Endued
with prosperity like
 that of the great I
ndra himself, he is
highly adored. What
is that act through
the consequence of w
hich these (high-sou
led ones) have falle
n into Hell? All of
them were conversant
 with every duty, we
re heroes, were devo
ted to truth and the
 <i>Vedas; </i>were
observant of Kshatri
ya practices; were r
ighteous in their ac
ts; were performers
of sacrifices; and g
ivers of large prese
nts unto <i>brahmana
s. </i>Am I asleep o
r awake? Am I consci
ous or unconscious?
Or, is all this a me
ntal delusion due to
 disorders of the br
>"Overwhelmed by sor
row and grief, and w
ith his senses agita
ted by anxiety, king
 Yudhishthira indulg
ed in such reflectio
ns for a long time.
The royal son of Dha
rma then gave way to
 great wrath. Indeed
, Yudhishthira then
censured the gods, a
s also Dharma himsel
f. Afflicted by the
very foul odour, he
addressed the celest
ial messenger, sayin
g, &#145;Return to t
he presence of those
 whose messenger tho
u art. Tell them tha
t I shall not go bac
k to where they are,
 but shall stay even
 here, since, in con
sequence of my compa
nionship, these affl
icted brothers of mi
ne have become comfo
rted.&#146; Thus add
ressed by the intell
igent son of Pandu,
the celestial messen
ger returned to the
place where the chie
f of the deities was
, viz., he of a hund
red sacrifices. He r
epresented unto him
the acts of Yudhisht
hira. Indeed, O rule
r of men, he informe
d Indra of all that
Dharma&#146;s son ha
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</i>Having bowed dow
n into Narayana, and
 to Nara, the foremo
st of men, as also t
o the goddess Sarasv
ati, should the word
 "Jaya" be uttered.<
 said, "Having attai
ned to Heaven, what
regions were respect
ively attained by my
 grandsires of old,
viz., the Pandavas a
nd the sons of Dhrit
arashtra? I desire t
o hear this. I think
 that thou art conve
rsant with everythin
g, having been taugh
t by the great Rishi
 Vyasa of wonderful
shampayana said, "Li
sten now to what thy
 grandsires, Yudhish
thira and others, di
d after having attai
ned to Heaven, that
place of the deities
. Arrived at Heaven,
 king Yudhishthira t
he just, beheld Dury
odhana endued with p
rosperity and seated
 on an excellent sea
t. He blazed with ef
fulgence like the su
n and wore all those
 signs of glory whic
h belong to heroes.
And he was in the co
mpany of many deitie
s of blazing effulge
nce and of Sadhyas o
f righteous deeds. Y
udhishthira, beholdi
ng Duryodhana and hi
s prosperity, became
 suddenly filled wit
h rage and turned ba
ck from the sight.</
addressed his compan
ions, saying, &#145;
I do not desire to s
hare regions of feli
city with Duryodhana
 who was stained by
cupidity and possess
ed of little foresig
ht. It was for him t
hat friends, and kin
smen, over the whole
 Earth were slaughte
red by us whom he ha
d afflicted greatly
in the deep forest.
It was for him that
the virtuous princes
s of Pancala, Draupa
di of faultless feat
ures, our wife, was
dragged into the mid
st of the assembly b
efore all our senior
s. Ye gods, I have n
o desire to even beh
old Suyodhana. I wis
h to go there where
my brothers are.&#14
, smiling, told him,
 &#145;It should not
 be so, O king of ki
ngs. While residing
in Heaven, all enmit
ies cease. O mighty-
armed Yudhishthira,
do not say so about
king Duryodhana. Hea
r my words. Here is
king Duryodhana. He
is worshipped with t
he gods by those rig
hteous men and those
 foremost of kings w
ho are now denizens
of Heaven. By causin
g his body to be pou
red as a libation on
 the fire of battle,
 he has obtained the
 end that consists i
n attainment of the
region for heroes. Y
ou and your brothers
, who were veritable
 gods on Earth, were
 always persecuted b
y this one. Yet thro
ugh his observance o
f Kshatriya practice
s he has attained to
 this region. This l
ord of Earth was not
 terrified in a situ
ation fraught with t
145;O son, thou shou
ldst not bear in min
d the woes inflicted
 on thee on account
of the match at dice
. It behoveth thee n
ot to remember the a
fflictions of Draupa
di. It behoveth thee
 not to remember the
 other woes which we
re yours in conseque
nce of the acts of y
our kinsmen,&#151;th
e woes, viz., that w
ere due to battle or
 to other situations
. Do thou meet Duryo
dhana now according
to the ordinances of
 polite intercourse.
 This is Heaven, O l
ord of men. There ca
n be no enmities her
Though thus addresse
d by Narada, the Kur
u king Yudhishthira,
 endued with great i
ntelligence, enquire
d about his brothers
 and said, &#145;If
these eternal region
s reserved for heroe
s be Duryodhana&#146
;s, that unrighteous
 and sinful wight, t
hat man who was the
destroyer of friends
 and of the whole wo
rld, that man for wh
ose sake the entire
Earth was devastated
 with all her horses
 and elephants and h
uman beings, that wi
ght for whose sake w
e were burnt with wr
ath in thinking of h
ow best we might rem
edy our wrongs, I de
sire to see what reg
ions have been attai
ned by those high-so
uled heroes, my brot
hers of high vows, s
teady achievers of p
romises, truthful in
 speech, and disting
uished for courage.
The high-souled Karn
a, the son of Kunti,
 incapable of being
baffled in battle, D
hrishtadyumna, Satya
ki, the sons of Dhri
shtadyumna and those
 other Kshatriyas wh
o met with death in
the observance of Ks
hatriya practices, w
here are those lords
 of Earth, O Brahman
a? I do not see them
 here, O Narada. I d
esire to see, O Nara
da, Virata and Drupa
da and the other gre
at Kshatriyas headed
 by Dhrishtaketu, as
 also Shikhandi, the
 Pancala prince, the
 sons of Draupadi, a
nd Abhimanyu, irresi
stible in battle.&#1
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T! t.io/feed/1AJBFNrBNkicWtjbDSAAFiR
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Mined by lglorgpp1979
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'j%l, ash nazg thrakatuluk, agh burzum-i
'j%Ash nazg durbatuluk, ash nazg gimbatu
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17ed7903b290521a740c
febd6739d67b24862c96
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Time is always against us.
&HE WHO IS GIVEN EVERYTHING HAS NOTHING
"Shares in the BFIS miningR
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Operation "rakushka" :)
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5a518c95f2421c6b0461
f0619edf605916014ee7
$/mining.bitcoinaffiliatenetwork.com/
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&HE WHO IS GIVEN EVERYTHING HAS NOTHING
Follow the white rabbit.
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Mined by lukeskywalker
Time is always against us.
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Http://olivercarding.com
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The blockchain is an organism.
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CMined by arendelle1tm
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'j%My name is Tom and I was 21 when I wr
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'NOTHING BIG CAME OUT OF SOMETHING SMALL
Follow the white rabbit.
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Mined by a2110529253
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...BUT SWEAT MEMORIES REMAIN
Operation "rakushka" :)
Mined by zhaodong1982
Follow the white rabbit.
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government free future
'j%KSK - 27 - TLN -T1614B -Here is to a
5#The truth is that there is no spoon
@puntasafo,52.512668,13.320005
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/Mined by Avalon + Huobi/
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Mined by qq980117556
'NOTHING BIG CAME OUT OF SOMETHING SMALL
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9702a1aeffba308bb60f
b4257c7bf03e26a8e329
7b7244eb9c9541d7734f
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.! t.io/feed/1DPkDfEk9ihi8TKso2dEv4R
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BtcDrak is a known homosexual
digitaltangibletrust.com/aR
ssets/GLDUSAEAGLTNTH
$/mining.bitcoinaffiliatenetwork.com/
BtcDrak is a known homosexual
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Mined by zhaodong1982
Mined by qq1271720094
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h'NOTHING BIG CAME OUT OF SOMETHING SMALL
Chartered investment in BR
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Mined by yfj13879973906
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s-SMILE TO LIFE AND LIFE WILL SMILE BACK AT YOU
@mattmatt,37.777704,-122.422783
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@charley,37.777601,-122.422579
What is the Banking? Control.
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What is the Banking? Control.
Mined by wangxingsmile
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Follow the white rabbit.
u=https://cpr.sm/DKKGZGIdkY
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Cryptocurrency backed by R
bitcoin is not money
Healthy Church 9marks.org
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Follow the white rabbit.
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Welcome to the real world.
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Welcome to the real world.
'NOTHING BIG CAME OUT OF SOMETHING SMALL
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5332b0325ea2fa3cebd8
2ed6c13471a8c56aff3a
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Mined by qq1454080802
What is the Banking? Control.
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