List of Mahabharata people and places

by Laxman Burdak | 20,546 words

A partial alphabetical list of the Clans, Kings, Cities, Rivers, Mountains, Places and Countries as mentioned in Mahabharata in various Chapters....

Starting with B

Legend: (C) = City, (D) = Desha (Country), (F) = Forest, (L) = Lady name, (M) = Mountain (N) = Nagavanshi King, (N) = Pond/Lake, (R) = River, (Ri) - Rishi, (S) = Spot, (T) =Tirtha (Pilgrim) , (W) = Weapon name.

Babbar (babbara, बब्बर) (),

Babhru (babhru, बभ्रु) (II.31.15) (=Shiva),(XIII.4.49), (XIII.4),

Babhrukavaktra (babhruka vaktra, बभ्रुक वक्त्र) (=Monkey-face) (IX.44.77),

Babhruvahana (babhru vāhana, बभ्रु वाहन) (XIII.4.56), (XIII.4),

Badari Vishala (badarī viśāla, बदरी विशाल) (tree) (III.174.6),

Badari (badarī, बदरी) (T/Tree) (I.32.3),(III.174.11),

Badhira (badhira, बधिर) (N) (V.101.16)/(V.103),

Bahava (bahava, बहव) (VI.10.48),

Bahi (bahi, बहि) (VIII.30.44),

Bahirgiri (bahirgiri, बहिर्गिरि) (II.24.2),

Bahirgirya (bahirgirya, बहिर्गिर्य) (VI.10.48),

Bahlika (bāhlika, बाह्लिक) (I.61.6), (1.67),(I.61.25), (1.67),(I.61.55), (1.67),(I.89.49), (1.94),(I.90.46), (1.95),(I.177.19), (1.188),(II.24.21),(II.31.7),(II.31.13),(II.47.22),(II.48.12),(VI.10.52),(VI.20.10),(VI.46.50),(VI.112.109), (VIII.4.30), (VIII.30.9),(VIII.30.14),(VIII.30.47),

Bahlika (bāhlīka, बाह्लीक) (I.89.52), (1.94),

Bahu (bāhu, बाहु) (V.72.15),

Bahuda (bāhudā, बाहुदा) (L) (I.90.44), (1.95),

Bahuda (bāhudā, बाहुदा) (T/R) (II.82.60), (III.85.21), (VI.10.13),

Bahudama (bahu dāmā, बहु दामा) (L) (IX.45.10),

Bahudhana (bahudhana, बहुधन) (II.29.4),

Bahuka (bāhuka, बाहुक) (N) (I.52.12), (I.57),

Bahula (bahula, बहुल) (V.72.13),

Bahula (bahulā, बहुला) (L) (IX.45.3),

Bahula (bahulā, बहुला) (R) (VI.10.26),

Bahuputrika (bahuputrikā, बहुपुत्रिका) (L) (IX.45.3),

Bahurupa (bahurūpa, बहुरूप) (XIV.8.24,29), (XIV.8),

Bahurvadya (bahurvādya, बहुर्वाद्य) (VI.10.53),

Bahushali (bāhuśālī, बाहुशाली)(I.177.3), (1.188),(XIV.8.23), (XIV.8),

Bahushira (bāhuśira, बाहुशिर) (IX.44.86),

Bahuyojana (bahuyojanā, बहुयॊजना) (L) (IX.45.9),

Bahvashi (bahva āśī, बह्व आशी) (Dhritarashtra's son) (I.108.11), (1.117),

Bahyakarna (bāhyakarṇa, बाह्यकर्ण) (I.35.9),

Bahyakunda (bāhyakuṇḍa, बाह्यकुण्ड) (N) (V.101.10)/(V.103),

Baka (baka, बक) (I.90.79), (1.95),

Bakanakha (bakanakha, बकनख) (XIII.4.57), (XIII.4),

Bala (bala, बल) (I.59.32), (I.65),(I.60.50), (1.66),(I.177.5), (1.188),(IX.44.40),

Bala (balā, बला) (L) (IX.45.14),

Baladeva (baladeva, बलदेव) (I.61.91), (1.67)

Baladhara (baladharā, बलधरा) (L) (I.90.84), (1.95),

Balaheda (balaheḍa, बलहेड) (N) (I.52.8), (I.57),

Balakashwa (balākāśva, बलाकाश्व) (XIII.4.4), (XIII.4),

Balaki (balākī, बलाकी) (Dhritarashtra's son) (I.108.7), (1.117),(I.177.2), (1.188),

Balanama (balānāma, बलानाम) (IX.44.69),

Balavardhana (balavardhana, बलवर्धन) (Dhritarashtra's son) (I.108.7), (1.117),

Balavira (balavīra, बलवीर) (I.61.41), (1.67),

Bali (bali, बलि) (I.59.19), (I.65),(I.98.21-22), (1.104),(II.9.12),

Bali (bālī, बाली) (N) (II.9.12),

Baliha (balīha, बलीह) (V.72.14),

Balirashtra (balirāṣṭra, बलिराष्ट्र) (VI.10.43),

Balotkata (balotkaṭā, बलॊत्कटा) (L) (IX.45.22),

Bana (bāṇa, बाण) (I.59.19), (I.65),(IX.44.62),

Barbara (barbara, बर्बर) (II.29.15), (III.48.19),(VI.10.55), (XII.200.40),

Barhi (barhī, बर्ही) (I.59.45), (I.65),

Basavanuga (vāsavānuga, वासवानुग) (II.48.22),

Bashkala (bāṣkala, बाष्कल) (I.59.18), (I.65),(I.61.9), (1.67),

Bhadra (bhadrā, भद्रा) (L) (I.221.13), (I.221),

Bhadraka (bhadraka, भद्रक) (VI.47.9),

Bhadrakali (bhadra kālī, भद्र काली) (L) (IX.45.11),

Bhadrakara (bhadrakara , भद्रकर ) (I.89.46), (1.94), (II.13.25),

Bhadrakarneswara (T, T) (भद्रकर्णेश्वर) (III.82.35),

Bhadramana (bhadra manā, भद्र मना) (L) (I.60.58,61), (1.66),

Bhadravata (T, T) (भद्र वट) (3.80.69),

Bhaga (bhaga, भग) (I.59.15), (I.65),(IX.44.5),

Bhagadatta (bhagadatta, भगदत्त) (I.61.9), (1.67), (I.177.12), (1.188), (II.13.14), (II.31.9),(II.47.12),(V.19.14),(VI.47.17), (VI.52.5), (VI.83.7),(VIII.4.16), (VIII.51.9),

Bhagananda (bhaga nandā, भग नन्दा) (L) (IX.45.11),

Bhagini (bhāginī, भागिनी) (L) (IX.45.11),

Bhagiratha (bhagīratha, भगीरथ) (I.177.19), (1.188),

Bhagirathi (bhāgīrathī, भागीरथी) (L) (I.90.50), (1.95),

Bhagirathi (bhāgīrathī, भागीरथी) (R) (II.9.18), (II.9), (III.85.10), (III.85.17)

Bhagirathi (bhāgīrathī, भागीरथी) (T) (II.82.142),

Bhaimardi (bhaimaradī, भैमरदी) (R) (VI.10.19),

Bhairava (bhairava, भैरव) (N) (I.52.15), (I.57),

Bhalla (bhalla, भल्ल) (III.170.17),(VIII.44.42),

Bhandi (bhāṇḍī, भाण्डी) (tree) (VI.93.21),

Bhangada (bhaṅgadā, भङ्गदा) (L) (IX.45.26),

Bhangakara (bhaṅgakāra, भङ्गकार)(I.221.11), (I.221),

Bhanu (bhānu, भानु) (I.59.46), (I.65),(I.221.8), (I.221),

Bhanumati (bhānumatī, भानुमती) (L) (I.90.15), (1.95),

Bhara (bhara, भर) - (II.48.9)

Bharadwaji (bhāradvājī, भारद्वाजी) (R) (VI.10.28), (VI.83.3),

Bharama (bharamā, भरमा) (L) (IX.45.12),

Bharamdini (bhāramdinī, भारम्दिनी) (R) (VI.10.22),

Bharata (bhārata, भारत) (I.70.1), (1.75),(I.89.16), (1.94),(I.90.30), (1.95),(I.90.31), (1.95),(I.90.34), (1.95),(VI.10.41),

Bharatasattama (bharatasattama, भरतसत्तम) (VI.10.63),

Bharadwaja (bharadvāja, भरद्वाज) (I.63.89), (I.63),(I.61.63), (1.67),(I.89.16), (1.94),(VI.10.67),(VI.47.12),(VI.47.14), (VI.52.3),

Bharga (bhārga, भार्ग) (VI.10.49), (II.27.10),

Bhargava (bhārgava, भार्गव) (I.61.70), (1.67),(VI.10.49),(I.60.37), (1.66),(XIV.8.20), (XIV.8),(XIII.4.8), (XIII.4),

Bhartristhana (bhartṛsthāna, भर्तृस्थान) (T) (II.82.68), (III.83.57),

Bharukachchha (bharu kaccha, भरु कच्छ) (II.28.50),

Bhasa (bhāsā, भासा) (I.90.20), (1.95),

Bhasi (bhāsī, भासी) (L) (hen)(I.59.44), (I.65),(I.60.54,55), (1.66),

Bhaskar (bhāskara, भास्कर) (IX.44.28),(XIV.8.15), (XIV.8),

Bhava (bhava, भव) (I.60.3), (1.66),(XIV.8.17), (XIV.8),(XIV.8.27), (XIV.8),

Bhavada (bhavadā, भवदा) (L) (IX.45.13),

Bhaya (bhaya, भय) (fear) (I.60.53), (1.66),

Bhayankari (bhayaṃkarī, भयंकरी) (L) (IX.45.4),

Bhedi (bheḍī, भेडी) (L) (IX.45.13),

Bheri (bherī, भेरी) (L) (IX.45.25),

Bhima Karma (bhīmakarma, भीमकर्म) (Dhritarashtra's son) (I.108.8), (1.117),

Bhima (bhīma, भीम) (I.59.42), (I.65),(I.89.15), (1.94)(IX.44.31),

Bhima (bhīmā, भीमा) (R) (VI.10.21),

Bhimabala (bhīmabala, भीमबल) (Dhritarashtra's son) (I.108.7), (1.117),

Bhimamukha (bhīmamukha, भीममुख) (terrible-mouth) (IX.44.78),

Bhimaratha (bhīmaratha, भीमरथ) (Dhritarashtra's son) (I.108.12), (1.117),

Bhimarathi (bhīmarathī, भीमरथी) (R)/(T) (III.86.3),

Bhimasena (bhīmasena, भीमसेन) (I.59.41), (I.65),(I.89.48), (1.94),(I.90.44), (I.90.69), (1.95), (I.90.84), (1.95),(I.90.88), (1.95),

Bhimavaktra (bhīmavaktra, भीमवक्त्र) (terrible-face) (IX.44.75),

Bhimavega (bhīmavega, भीमवेग) (Dhritarashtra's son) (I.108.7), (1.117),

Bhimavegarava (bhīmavegadhara, भीमवेगधर) (I.177.2), (1.188),

Bhind (bhiṇḍa, भिण्ड) (W) (V.19.3),

Bhishma (bhīṣma, भीष्म) (I.61.69), (1.67),(I.90.50-51),(I.90.77), (1.95), (1.95),

Bhiti (bhītya, भीत्य) (L) (IX.45.26),

Bhogavanta (bhogavanta, भॊगवन्त) (II.27.11),

Bhogavati (bhogavatī, भॊगवती) (C) (N) (V.101.1)/(V.103),

Bhogavati (bhogavatī, भॊगवती) (L) (IX.45.8),

Bhogavati (bhogavatī, भॊगवती) (T) (III.83.72),

Bhoja (bhoja, भोज) (I.177.6), (1.188),(I.221.2), (I.221),(II.13.6), (II.13.20), (II.28.8),(V.7.1),(V.19.17),(VI.10.39), (VI.20.14),(VIII.51.16),

Bhijakata (bhajakaṭa, भॊजकट) (II.28.40)

Bhrigu (bhṛgu, भृगु) (I.5.),(IX.44.8),(I.44.18),(I.48),(I.60.40), (1.66),(IX.44.9),(XIII.4.13,15), (XIII.4),

Bhrigutunga (bhṛgutuṅga, भृगुतुङ्ग) (M)/(T) (III.82.45), (III.88.20),

Bhujangabhoga (bhujaṃgabhOga, भुजंगभॊग) (IX.44.87),

Bhujinga (bhujiṅga, भुजिङ्ग) (VI.10.40),

Bhumanyu (bhumanyu, भुमन्यु) (I.89.16), (1.94),(I.90.35), (1.95),

Bhumini (bhūminī, भूमिनी) (L) (I.89.28), (1.94),

Bhumipala (bhūmipāla, भूमिपाल) (I.61.56), (1.67),

Bhumiteja (bhūmiteja, भूमितेज) (I.61.58), (1.67),

Bhutapati (bhūta pati, भूत पति) (XIV.8.19), (XIV.8),

Bhuri Tirtha (bhūritīrthā, भूरितीर्था) (L) (IX.45.27),

Bhuri (bhūri, भूरि) (I.177.14), (1.188), (II.31.8),(II.48.11),

Bhurisrava (bhūriśrava, भूरिश्रव) (I.177.14), (1.188), (II.31.8),(V.19.16),(VI.18.11), (VI.20.12),(VI.47.17), (VI.52.5),

Bhushika (bhūṣika, भूषिक) (VI.10.57),

Bhushundi (bhuśuṇḍi, भुशुण्डि) (W) (IX.44.105),

(XIV.8.5, XIV.8.5), (XIV.8),

Bhuta (bhūta, भूत) (XIV.8.5), (XIV.8),

Bhutalonmadana (bhūtalOnmadana, भूतलॊन्मदन) (IX.44.64),

Bhutilaya (S, S) (भूतिलय) (VIII.30.42),

Bilva (bilva, बिल्व) (N) (I.31.12), (I.35),

Bhuvaneswara (bhuvaneśvara, भुवनेश्वर) (XIV.8.25), (XIV.8),

Bilvadanda (bilvadaṇḍa, बिल्वदण्ड) (XIV.8.17), (XIV.8),

Bodha (bodha, बोध) (II.13.25), (VI.10.38)

Brahadvati (bṛhadvatī, बृहद्वती) (R) (VI.10.29),

Brahma Kulya (brahma kulyā, ब्रह्म कुल्या) (R) (VI.10.34),

Brahma Medhya (brahma medhyā, ब्रह्म मेध्या) (R) (VI.10.29),

Brahma (brahmā, ब्रह्मा) (I.36), (I.59.10), (I.65),(IX.44.21),

Brahmachari (barahma cārī, बरह्म चारी) (I.59.45), (I.65),

Brahmani (brahmāṇī, ब्रह्माणी) (R) (VI.10.32),

Brahmarshi Gautama Vana (barahmarṣīgautamavana, बरह्मर्षीगौतमवन) (T) (II.82.93),

Brahmasala (brahma śāla, ब्रह्म शाल) (R)/(T) (III.85.18),

Brahmasara (brahmasara, ब्रह्मसर) (T)/(P) (II.82.74), (III.85.6)

Brahmasthana (brahma sthāna, ब्रह्म स्थान) (T) (III.83.32),

Brahmatunga (brahma tuṅga, ब्रह्म तुङ्ग) (T) (3.80.96),

Brahmavarta (T, T) (ब्रह्मावर्त) (III.82.38),3.81.43)

Brahmavaluka (brahma vāluka, ब्रह्म वालुक) (T) (3.80.114),

Brahmodumvara (barahmodumbara, बरह्मॊदुम्बर) (T) (III.81.58),

Brahmayoni (brahmayoni, ब्रह्मयॊनि) (T) (III.81.121),

Brihadambalika (bṛhada ambālikā, बृहद अम्बालिका) (L) (IX.45.4),

Brihadbala (bṛhadbala, बृहद्बल) (I.63.29), (I.63),(I.177.5), (1.188),(I.177.15), (1.188), (II.27.1),(II.31.10),(V.72.16),(VI.112.31),

Brihadratha (bṛhadratha, बृहद्रथ) (I.57.29), (I.57),(I.63.29),(I.177.19), (1.188),

Brihaspati (bṛhaspati, बृहस्पति) (I.60.5), (1.66),(I.60.26), (1.66),(I.60.37), (1.66), (I.61.63), (1.67),(I.98.7,9,11), (1.104),(IX.44.1),

Brihat (bṛhata, बृहत) (I.61.53), (1.67),

Brihatkshatra (bṛhata kṣatra, बृहत क्षत्र) (I.177.19), (1.188),

Brihanta (bṛhanta, बृहन्त) (I.177.7), (1.188), (II.24.4),

Brihatsena (bṛhatsena, बृहत्सेन) (I.61.59), (1.67),

Buddhi (buddhi, बुद्धि)(I.60.14), (1.66),(L) Daksha's daughter)

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