699,462 words | ISBN-10: 812150094X | ISBN-13: 9788121500944
The Sanskrit edition of the Mahabharata, one of the largest epic poems ever written, consisting of 100,000 metrical verses. Consisting of 18 books, the Mahabharata details the history and legends concerning ancient India (Bharata), including a major battle campaign involving the Kauravas and the Pandavas, also known as the Kurukshetra War. This portion also contains the Bhagavad-Gita. Alternative titles: Mahābhārata (महाभारत).
मार्कण्डेय उवाच ।
सखा दशरथस्यासीज्जटायुररुणात्मजः ।
गृध्रराजो महावीर्यः संपातिर्यस्य सोदरः ॥ १ ॥
mārkaṇḍeya uvāca |
sakhā daśarathasyāsījjaṭāyuraruṇātmajaḥ |
gṛdhrarājo mahāvīryaḥ saṃpātiryasya sodaraḥ || 1 ||
Note! This is not a direct translation of the verse, but merely an approximate preview.
...the sacred fire. And at this act of his, the Lord of the Universe was pleased with him. And then Brahma, personally appearing to them, bade them desist from those austerities and promised...English translation by Kisari Mohan Ganguly (2013) Read online Buy now!
Note: This extracts Sanskrit terms and links to English definitions from the glossary, based on an experimental segmentation of verse (3.263.1). Some terms could be superfluous while some might not be mentioned. Click on the word to show English definitions.
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- Line 1: “mārkaṇḍeya uvāca”
- mārkaṇḍeya* -
mārkaṇḍeya (noun, masculine)[nominative single]
- uvāca -
√vac (verb class 2)[perfect active first single], [perfect active third single]√vac (verb class 3)[perfect active first single], [perfect active third single]
- Line 2: “sakhā daśarathasyāsījjaṭāyuraruṇātmajaḥ”
- sakhā* -
- Cannot analyse daśarathasyāsījjaṭāyuraruṇātmajaḥ
- Line 3: “gṛdhrarājo mahāvīryaḥ saṃpātiryasya sodaraḥ”
- gṛdhrarājo* -
gṛdhrarāj (noun, masculine)[nominative plural], [vocative plural], [accusative plural], [ablative single], [genitive single]gṛdhrarāja (noun, masculine)[nominative single]
- mahāvīryaḥ -
mahāvīrya (noun, masculine)[nominative single]
- sampātir -
sampāti (noun, masculine)[nominative single]sampāti (noun, feminine)[nominative single]
- yasya -
yasya (noun, masculine)[compound], [vocative single]yasya (noun, neuter)[compound], [vocative single]√yas -> yasya (absolutive)[absolutive from √yas]ya (noun, masculine)[genitive single]yaḥ (pronoun, masculine)[genitive single]yat (pronoun, neuter)[genitive single]√yas (verb class 4)[imperative active second single]
- sodaraḥ -
sodara (noun, masculine)[nominative single]
Other print editions:
Also see the following print editions of the Sanskrit text or (alternative) English translations of the Mahabharata Verse 3.263.1