Asramawasika Parwa 3

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Mahabharata 15.3

Asramawasika Parwa 3

  1 [वै]
      स राजा सुमहातेजा वृद्धः कुरुकुलॊद्वहः
      नापश्यत तदा किं चिद अप्रियं पाण्डुनन्दने
  2 वर्तमानेषु सद्वृत्तिं पाण्डवेषु महात्मसु
      परीतिमान अभवद राजा धृतराष्ट्रॊ ऽमबिका सुतः
  3 सौबलेयी च गान्धारी पुत्रशॊकम अपास्य तम
      सदैव परीतिम अत्यासीत तनयेषु निजेष्व इव
  4 परियाण्य एव तु कौरव्यॊ नाप्रियाणि कुरूद्वह
      वैचित्रवीर्ये नृपतौ समाचरति नित्यदा
  5 यद यद बरूते च किं चित सा धृतराष्ट्रॊ नराधिपः
      गुरु वा लघु वा कार्यं गान्धारी च यशस्विनी
  6 तत स राजा महाराज पाण्ण्डवानां धुरंधरः
      पूजयित्वा वचस तत तद अकार्षीत परवीरहा
  7 तेन तस्याभवत परीतॊ वृत्तेन स नराधिपः
      अन्वतप्यच च संस्मृत्य पुत्रं मन्दम अचेतसम
  8 सदा च परातर उत्थाय कृतजप्यः शुचिर नृपः
      आशास्ते पाण्डुपुत्राणां समरेष्व अपराजयम
  9 बराह्मणान वाचयित्वा च हुत्वा चैव हुताशनम
      आयुष्यं पाण्डुपुत्राणाम आशास्ते स नराधिपः
  10 न तां परीतिं मराम आप पुत्रेभ्यः स महीपतिः
     यां परीतिं पाण्डुपुत्रेभ्यः समवाप तदा नृपः
 11 बराह्मणानां च वृद्धानां कषत्रियाणां च भारत
     तथा विट शूद्र संघानाम अभवत सुप्रियस तदा
 12 यच च किं चित पुरा पापं धृतराष्ट्र सुतैः कृतम
     अकृत्वा हृदि तद राजा तं नृपं सॊ ऽनववर्तत
 13 यश च कश चिन नरः किं चिद अप्रियं चाम्बिका सुते
     कुरुते दवेष्यताम एति स कौन्तेयस्य धीमतः
 14 न राज्ञॊ धृतराष्ट्रस्य न च दुर्यॊधनस्य वै
     उवाच दुष्कृतं किं चिद युधिष्ठिर भयान नरः
 15 धृत्या तुष्टॊ नरेन्द्रस्य गान्धारी विदुरस तथा
     शौचेन चाजात शत्रॊर न तु भीमस्य शत्रुहन
 16 अन्ववर्तत भीमॊ ऽपि निष्टनन धर्मजं नृपम
     धृतराष्ट्रं च संप्रेक्ष्य सदा भवति दुर्मनाः
 17 राजानम अनुवर्तन्तं धर्मपुत्रं महामतिम
     अन्ववर्तत कौरव्यॊ हृदयेन पराङ्मुखः

  1 [vai]
      sa rājā sumahātejā vṛddhaḥ kurukulodvahaḥ
      nāpaśyata tadā kiṃ cid apriyaṃ pāṇḍunandane
  2 vartamāneṣu sadvṛttiṃ pāṇḍaveṣu mahātmasu
      prītimān abhavad rājā dhṛtarāṣṭro 'mbikā sutaḥ
  3 saubaleyī ca gāndhārī putraśokam apāsya tam
      sadaiva prītim atyāsīt tanayeṣu nijeṣv iva
  4 priyāṇy eva tu kauravyo nāpriyāṇi kurūdvaha
      vaicitravīrye nṛpatau samācarati nityadā
  5 yad yad brūte ca kiṃ cit sā dhṛtarāṣṭro narādhipaḥ
      guru vā laghu vā kāryaṃ gāndhārī ca yaśasvinī
  6 tat sa rājā mahārāja pāṇṇḍavānāṃ dhuraṃdharaḥ
      pūjayitvā vacas tat tad akārṣīt paravīrahā
  7 tena tasyābhavat prīto vṛttena sa narādhipaḥ
      anvatapyac ca saṃsmṛtya putraṃ mandam acetasam
  8 sadā ca prātar utthāya kṛtajapyaḥ śucir nṛpaḥ
      āśāste pāṇḍuputrāṇāṃ samareṣv aparājayam
  9 brāhmaṇān vācayitvā ca hutvā caiva hutāśanam
      āyuṣyaṃ pāṇḍuputrāṇām āśāste sa narādhipaḥ
  10 na tāṃ prītiṃ marām āpa putrebhyaḥ sa mahīpatiḥ
     yāṃ prītiṃ pāṇḍuputrebhyaḥ samavāpa tadā nṛpaḥ
 11 brāhmaṇānāṃ ca vṛddhānāṃ kṣatriyāṇāṃ ca bhārata
     tathā viṭ śūdra saṃghānām abhavat supriyas tadā
 12 yac ca kiṃ cit purā pāpaṃ dhṛtarāṣṭra sutaiḥ kṛtam
     akṛtvā hṛdi tad rājā taṃ nṛpaṃ so 'nvavartata
 13 yaś ca kaś cin naraḥ kiṃ cid apriyaṃ cāmbikā sute
     kurute dveṣyatām eti sa kaunteyasya dhīmataḥ
 14 na rājño dhṛtarāṣṭrasya na ca duryodhanasya vai
     uvāca duṣkṛtaṃ kiṃ cid yudhiṣṭhira bhayān naraḥ
 15 dhṛtyā tuṣṭo narendrasya gāndhārī viduras tathā
     śaucena cājāta śatror na tu bhīmasya śatruhan
 16 anvavartata bhīmo 'pi niṣṭanan dharmajaṃ nṛpam
     dhṛtarāṣṭraṃ ca saṃprekṣya sadā bhavati durmanāḥ
 17 rājānam anuvartantaṃ dharmaputraṃ mahāmatim
     anvavartata kauravyo hṛdayena parāṅmukhaḥ

Vaisampayana continued, 'Possessed of great energy, that perpetuator of Kuru's race, viz., the old king Dhritarashtra, could not notice any ill-will in Yudhishthira Seeing that the high-souled Pandavas were in the observance of a wise and righteous conduct, king Dhritarashtra, the son of Amvika, became gratified with them. Suvala's daughter, Gandhari, casting off all sorrow for her (slain) children, began to show great affection for the Pandavas as if they were her own children. Endued with great energy, the Kuru king Yudhishthira, never did anything that was disagreeable to the royal son of Vichitraviryya. On the other hand, he always behaved towards him in a highly agreeable way. Whatever acts, grave or light, were directed by king Dhritarashtra, or the helpless Gandhari to be done, were all accomplished with reverence, O monarch, by that slayer of hostile heroes, viz., the Pandava king. The old king became highly gratified with such conduct of Yudhishthira. Indeed, he was grieved at the remembrance of his own wicked son. Rising every day at early dawn, he purified himself and went through his recitations, and then blessed the Pandavas by wishing them victory in battle. Making the usual gifts unto the Brahmanas and causing them to utter benedictions, and Pouring libations on the sacred fire, the old king prayed for long life to the Pandavas. Indeed, the king had never derived that great happiness from his own sons which he always derived from the sons of Pandu. King Yudhishthira at that time became as agreeable to the Brahmanas as to the Kshatriyas, and the diverse bands of Vaisyas and Sudras of his realm. Whatever wrongs were done to him by the sons of Dhritarashtra, king Yudhishthira, forgot them all, and reverenced his uncle. If any man did anything that was not agreeable to the son of Amvika, he became thereby an object of hatred to the intelligent son of Kunti. Indeed, through fear of Yudhishthira, nobody could talk of the evil deeds of either Duryodhana or Dhritarashtra. Both Gandhari and Vidura also wore well pleased with the capacity the king Ajatasatru showed for bearing wrongs. They were, however, not so pleased, O slayer of foes, with Bhima. Dharma's son, Yudhishthira, was truly obedient to his uncle. Bhima, however, at the sight of Dhritarashtra, became very cheerless. That slayer of foes, seeing Dharma's son reverencing the old king, reverenced him outwardly with a very unwilling heart."

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