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Purana Encyclopedia[सम्पाद्यताम्]

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पृष्ठभागोऽयं यन्त्रेण केनचित् काले काले मार्जयित्वा यथास्रोतः परिवर्तयिष्यते। तेन मा भूदत्र शोधनसम्भ्रमः। सज्जनैः मूलमेव शोध्यताम्।


Aṅgada : m.: A monkey-chief, son of Vālin 3. 266. 27; 3. 272. 17.


A. Qualities: Wise (prājña- 3. 267. 54), eloquent (vāgmī 3. 268. 9), and lustrous (tejasvī 3. 268. 22).


B. Functions: Sent with Hanūmant and others to the south in search of Sītā; on their way back, rested in the Madhuvana of Vālin (3. 266. 27); he, along with other monkey-chiefs, protected Rāma's army of monkeys on their way to Laṅkā 3. 267. 19; after crossing the ocean Rāma sent him as his envoy (dautyena) to Rāvaṇa 3. 267. 54; reaching the gate of Laṅkā he informed Rāvaṇa of his arrival (3. 268. 7), and then conveyed Rāma's message (10-16) to Rāvaṇa; when four Rākṣasas tried to capture him by holding him at his four limbs, he jumped up with them in the sky to reach a terrace; on his return, honoured by Rāma 3. 268. 19, 22.


C. Part in war: Helped Lakṣmaṇa in his fight against Indrajit; he struck Indrajit with a tree on his head; Indrajit wanted to hit Aṅgada on his chest with a missile (prāsa) but it was cut off by Lakṣmaṇa; Indrajit struck him on his left side with gadā; enraged, Aṅgada hurled the trunk of a Śāla tree to kill Indrajit, but it struck his chariot and destroyed it together with horses and charioteer 3. 272. 14-18; he was among the monkey-chiefs who surrounded Rāma and Lakṣmaṇa when they lay on the ground bound by the arrows of Indrajit 3. 273. 4; he and the other monkey-chiefs applied water, sent by Kubera, to their eyes which enabled them to see beings who made themselves invisible 3. 273. 13; he, along with others, surrounded Rāvaṇa rushing towards Rāma, and destroyed with trees Rāvaṇa's army 3. 274. 3.


D. Reward: Rāma anointed Aṅgada, who had done his duties (kṛtakarmāṇam), as crown prince of Kiṣkindhā 3. 275. 57.


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Aṅgada : m. (pl.): Name of a Janapada in the south.

Listed by Saṁjaya among the southern Janapadas of the Bhāratavarṣa (janapadān nibodha gadato mama) 6. 10. 37, 5; (athāpare janapadā dakṣiṇā…) 6. 10. 56; (kukurāṅgadamāriṣāḥ) 6. 10. 59.


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Mahabharata Cultural Index[सम्पाद्यताम्]

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पृष्ठभागोऽयं यन्त्रेण केनचित् काले काले मार्जयित्वा यथास्रोतः परिवर्तयिष्यते। तेन मा भूदत्र शोधनसम्भ्रमः। सज्जनैः मूलमेव शोध्यताम्।


Aṅgada : m.: A monkey-chief, son of Vālin 3. 266. 27; 3. 272. 17.


A. Qualities: Wise (prājña- 3. 267. 54), eloquent (vāgmī 3. 268. 9), and lustrous (tejasvī 3. 268. 22).


B. Functions: Sent with Hanūmant and others to the south in search of Sītā; on their way back, rested in the Madhuvana of Vālin (3. 266. 27); he, along with other monkey-chiefs, protected Rāma's army of monkeys on their way to Laṅkā 3. 267. 19; after crossing the ocean Rāma sent him as his envoy (dautyena) to Rāvaṇa 3. 267. 54; reaching the gate of Laṅkā he informed Rāvaṇa of his arrival (3. 268. 7), and then conveyed Rāma's message (10-16) to Rāvaṇa; when four Rākṣasas tried to capture him by holding him at his four limbs, he jumped up with them in the sky to reach a terrace; on his return, honoured by Rāma 3. 268. 19, 22.


C. Part in war: Helped Lakṣmaṇa in his fight against Indrajit; he struck Indrajit with a tree on his head; Indrajit wanted to hit Aṅgada on his chest with a missile (prāsa) but it was cut off by Lakṣmaṇa; Indrajit struck him on his left side with gadā; enraged, Aṅgada hurled the trunk of a Śāla tree to kill Indrajit, but it struck his chariot and destroyed it together with horses and charioteer 3. 272. 14-18; he was among the monkey-chiefs who surrounded Rāma and Lakṣmaṇa when they lay on the ground bound by the arrows of Indrajit 3. 273. 4; he and the other monkey-chiefs applied water, sent by Kubera, to their eyes which enabled them to see beings who made themselves invisible 3. 273. 13; he, along with others, surrounded Rāvaṇa rushing towards Rāma, and destroyed with trees Rāvaṇa's army 3. 274. 3.


D. Reward: Rāma anointed Aṅgada, who had done his duties (kṛtakarmāṇam), as crown prince of Kiṣkindhā 3. 275. 57.


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Aṅgada : m. (pl.): Name of a Janapada in the south.

Listed by Saṁjaya among the southern Janapadas of the Bhāratavarṣa (janapadān nibodha gadato mama) 6. 10. 37, 5; (athāpare janapadā dakṣiṇā…) 6. 10. 56; (kukurāṅgadamāriṣāḥ) 6. 10. 59.


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