Goshringa

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Author:Laxman Burdak, IFS (R)

Goshringa (गोशृंग) was name of a mountain mentioned in Mahabharata. It was subjugated by Sahdeva. It was probably part of Abu.

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Sandhya Jain[1] mentions Goshringa (गॊशृङ्ग) - A hill conquered by Sahdeva in the south (II.28.5); could be located near Ujjain; visited by the Chinese traveller Xuan Zang (Hieun Tsang).

गोशृंग

विजयेन्द्र कुमार माथुर[2] ने लेख किया है ...गोशृंग (AS, p.307) - 'निषाद भूमिं गॊशृङ्गं पर्वतप्रवरं तथा तरसैवाजयद् धीमान्, श्रेणिमन्तं च पार्थिवम्' महाभारत सभा पर्व 3,5. गोशृंग को सहदेव ने दक्षिण दिशा की विजय के प्रसंग में जीता था. गोशृंग पर्वत, प्रसंग से, अर्वली पहाड़ की श्रेणी का कोई भाग जान पड़ता है. यह निषाद भूमि के निकट था. संभव है यह आबू या अर्बुद के किसी शिखर का नाम हो.

In Mahabharata

Goshringa (गोशृंग) in Mahabharata (II.28.5)

Sabha Parva, Mahabharata/Book II Chapter 28 mentions Sahadeva's march towards south: kings and tribes defeated. Goshringa (गोशृंग) is mentioned in Mahabharata (II.28.5). [3]....Endued with great intelligence, the Kuru warrior (Sahadeva) then conquered soon enough the country of the Nishadas and also the high hill called Gosringa, and that lord of earth called Srenimat.

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  1. Sandhya Jain: Adi Deo Arya Devata - A Panoramic View of Tribal-Hindu Cultural Interface, Rupa & Co, 7/16, Ansari Road Daryaganj, New Delhi, 2004 , p. 133, s.n.85.
  2. Aitihasik Sthanavali by Vijayendra Kumar Mathur, p.307
  3. निषादभूमिं गॊशृङ्गं पर्वत प्रवरं तथा, तरसा वयजयथ धीमाञ श्रेणिमन्तं च पार्थिवम (II.28.5)