Sabha Parva, Mahabharata
- The following chapters mention about The Mahabharata Tribes in Sabha Parva in each chapter. For details click the Chapter.
- Book II Chapter 9 - Sabha of Varuna attended by Nagas: Vasuki, Takshaka, Airavata, Krishna,Lohita, Padma,Chitra, Kamvala, Aswatara, Dhritarashtra, Valahaka, Matimata, Kundadhara and Karkotaka and Dhananjaya; Panimata, Kundaka Prahlada, Mushikada, Janamejaya ; Vali, Virochana, Naraka, Danavas : Kalakhanja, Suhanu, Durmukha, Sankha, Sumanas, Sumati, Ghatodara, Mahaparswa, Karthana, Pithara, Viswarupa, Swarupa, Virupa, Mahasiras; Dasagriva, Vali, Meghavasas, Dasavara, Tittiva, Vitabhuta, Sanghrada, Sanghraha, Viprachitti; Oceans and the rivers, various tribes of Gandharvas
- Book II Chapter 13 - List of Kshatriyas leaving their dominions in the north, fled to other countries out of fear of Jarasandha:
- Who joined Jarasandha - Sisupala, Vaka, Hansa, Dimvaka, Dantavakra, Karusha, Karava, Meghavahana, Yavanas, Muru, Naraka, Vanga, Pundra, Kiratas, Pandyas, Kratha-Kausikas, Akriti, Magadha,
- Who fled away - Surasenas, Bhadrakas, Bodhas, Shalyas, Patachcharas, Susthalas, Mukuttas, Kulindas, Kuntis, Panchalas, Kosalas, Matsyas, Sannyastapadas, Akrura, Ahuka, Sankarshana, Hansa, Dimvaka, Kusasthali (city), Madhu, Charudeshna, Chakradeva, Satyaki, Valadeva, Samva, Atirathas, Kritavarman, Anadhrishti, Samika, Samitinjaya, Kanka, Sanku, Kunti, Andhaka-Bhoja,
- Book II Chapter 18 - Krishna, Bhima and Arjuna set out for Magadha for destruction of Jarasandha. They passed through Kuru-jangala, Kalakuta, Gandaki, Sadanira (Karatoya), Sarkaravarta, Sarayu, Eastern Kosala, Mithila, Mala, Charamanwati, Ganges, Sone, arrived at Magadha, Goratha, Magadhapura.
- Book II Chapter 23 - Digvijaya Parva
- Book II Chapter 24 - Arjuna subjugated Pragjyotisha, Senavindu, Modapura, Vamadeva, Sudaman, Susankula, the Northern Ulukas, Utsava-Sanketa, Kashmira, Lohita, Trigartas, Darvas, Kokonadas, Avisari (town), Uraga, Singhapura (town), Suhma, Sumala, Valhikas, Daradas, Kambojas, Lohas, Rishikas, Taraka, Himalayas, Nishkuta,
- Book II Chapter 25 - Arjuna subjugated the countries that lay to the North: Kimpurushas, Hataka, Guhyakas, Manasa, Gandharvas, Harivarsha, Shakraprastha (city)
- Book II Chapter 26 - Bhimasena subjugated the countries that lay to the East: Panchalas, Gandakas, Videhas, Dasarnas, Rochamana, Aswamedha, Pulinda, Chedi,
- Book II Chapter 27 - Bhimasena subjugated Srenimat (Kumara), Vrihadvala (Kosala), Dirghayaghna (Ayodhya), Gopalakaksha, Mallas, Bhallata, Suktimanta,Suvahu (Kasi), Kratha, Suparsa, Matsya, Maladas, Pasubhumi, Madahara, Mahidara, Somadheya, Vatsabhumi, Bhargas, Nishada,Manimat, Southern Mallas, Bhagauanta mountains, Sarmakas, Varmakas, Videhas, Kiratas, Submas, Prasuhmas, Magadha, Sakas, Danda, Dandadhara, Girivraja, son of Jarasandha, Kansa, Madagiri, Mahaujah (Kausika-Kachchha), Vanga, Samudrasena,Chandrasena, Tamralipta, Karvata, Suhmas, Lohitya, Vasu, Mlechchhas,
- Book II Chapter 28 - Sahadeva marched towards the southern direction, subjugated Surasenas, Matsyas, Nishadas, Gosringa, Srenimat, Navarashtra, Kuntibhoja, Charmanwati, countries that lay on the banks of the Narmada,Avanti, Bhojakata, Bhismaka, Kosala, Natakeyas, Heramvaks, Marudha, Munjagrama, Nachinas, Arvukas, Vatadhipa, Pulindas, Nakula then subjugated Pandrya, Kishkindhya, Vanaras, Sahadeva fights with Nila, Pauravas, Saurashtra, Bhojakata, Surparaka, Talakata, Dandakas, Tripura, Nishadas, Karnapravarnas, Kalamukhas, Cole mountains, Surabhipatna, Copper island, Ramaka, Timingila, Kerakas, Sanjayanti, Pashandas, Karahatakas, Paundrayas, Dravidas, Udrakeralas, Andhras, Talavanas, Kalingas, Ushtrakarnikas, Atavi, Roma, Yavanas,
- Book II Chapter 29 - Nakula subjugated Western Countries - Rohitaka, Mattamyurakas, Sairishaka, Mahetta, Akrosa, Dasarnas, Sivis, Trigartas, Amvashtas, Malavas, five tribes of the Karnatas, Madhyamakeyas, Vatadhanas, Utsava-Sanketas, Gramaniya, Sudras, Abhiras, Amara, Uttarajyotisha , Divyakutta (city), Dwarapala, Ramathas, Harahunas, Sakala (Madra city), Mlechchas, Palhavas, Kiratas, Yavanas, and Sakas.
- Book II Chapter 31 - Kshatriyas brought tributes on Rajasuya sacrifice of Yudhisthira: Gandhara, Suvala, Sakuni, Achala, Vrishaka, Shalya, Madra, Balhika, Shalva,Vanga, Kalinga, Kuntala, Andhra, Kuntibhoja, Sura, Virata, Mavella, Ulmukha, Madhyadesa, Saran and more
- Book II Chapter 46 - Game of dice discussed, clans mentioned :Nipas, Chitrakas, Kukkuras, Karaskaras, Lauha-janghas
- Book II Chapter 47 - Kings who brought tributes to Yudhishthira: Govasana, Kamboja, Sudra, Karpasika (country), Vairamas, Paradas, Tungas, Kitavas, Bhagadatta (ruler of Pragjyotisha), Mlechchas, Yavanas, Aushmikas, Nishadas, Romakas, Chinas, Sakas, Hunas, Udras, Harahunas, Himavat, Nipas, Valhika, Sakas, Tukharas, Kankas, Romas
- Book II Chapter 48 - Kings who brought tributes to Yudhishthira: Sailoda, Meru and Mandara (mountains), (Venu) , Kichaka, Venu (bamboo) viz., Khashas, Ekasanas, Arhas, Pradaras, Dirghavenus, Paradas, Kulindas, Tanganas, Partanganas, Kirata, Himavat, Karusha, Lohitya, Kayavya, Daradas, Darvas, Suras, Vaiamakas, Audumvaras, Durvibhagas, Kumaras, Paradas, Vahlikas, Kashmiras, Ghorakas, Hansakayanas, Sivis, Trigartas, Yauddheyas, Madras, Kaikeyas, Ambashtas, Kukuras, Tarkshyas, Vastrapas Palhavas, Vasatayas, Mauleyas, Kshudrakas, Malavas, Paundrayas, Kukkuras, Sakas, Angas, Vangas, Punras, Sanavatyas, Gayas, Vangas, Kalingas, Magadhas, Tamraliptas, Pundrakas, Dukulas, Sagarakas, Patrornas, Saisavas, Karnapravaranas, Kamyaka lake, Chitraratha, Gandharvas, Baswanuga, Tumvuru, Amra, Mlechcha, Sukaras, Virata (Matsya), Pansu, Yajnasena, Vrishni, Chola, Pandya, Malaya & Dardduras hills, Singhalas. Do not paytributes - Panchalas, Andhakas and Vrishnis
Sabha Parva: summary
The second is the extensive parva called Sabha or the assembly, full of matter. The subjects of this parva are the establishment of the grand hall by the Pandavas; their review of their retainers; the description of the lokapalas by Narada well-acquainted with the celestial regions; the preparations for the Rajasuya sacrifice; the destruction of Jarasandha; the deliverance by Vasudeva of the princes confined in the mountain-pass; the campaign of universal conquest by the Pandavas; the arrival of the princes at the Rajasuya sacrifice with tribute; the destruction of Sisupala on the occasion of the sacrifice, in connection with offering of arghya; Bhimasena's ridicule of Duryodhana in the assembly; Duryodhana's sorrow and envy at the sight of the magnificent scale on which the arrangements had been made; the indignation of Duryodhana in consequence, and the preparations for the game of dice; the defeat of Yudhishthira at play by the wily Sakuni; the deliverance by Dhritarashtra of his afflicted daughter-in-law Draupadi plunged in the sea of distress caused by the gambling, as of a boat tossed about by the tempestuous waves. The endeavours of Duryodhana to engage Yudhishthira again in the game; and the exile of the defeated Yudhishthira with his brothers. These constitute what has been called by the great Vyasa the Sabha Parva. This parva is divided into seventh-eight sections, O best of Brahmanas, of two thousand, five hundred and seven slokas.
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