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विजयः, पुं, (वि + जि + भावे अच् ।) जयः । इत्यमरः ॥ (यथा, मनौ । १० । ११९ । “स्वधर्म्मो विजयस्तस्य नाहवे स्यात् पराङ्मुखः । शस्त्रेण वैश्यान् रक्षित्वा धर्म्मसंहारयेद्वलिम् ॥”) अर्ज्जुनः । इति मेदिनी । ये, १०४ ॥ (यथा, महाभारते । ४ । ४२ । १४ । “अभिप्रयामि संग्रामे यदहं युद्धदुर्म्मदान् । नाजित्वा विनिवर्त्तामि तेन मां विजयं विदुः ॥” यथा च विख्यातविजयनाटके । २ । “इतो भीमः क्रूरो नृपतिसहजन्मानमवधीत् इतः क्रुद्धो वत्सं व्यथयति शरौघेण विजयः । न मे चेतःस्थैर्य्यं द्रढयति सखे कुत्र गमनं विधेयं तद्ब्रूहि त्वमसि सदसद्बाक्यविषयः ॥”) वृत्तार्हत्पिता । जिनबलदेवः । विमानः । इति हेमचन्द्रः ॥ यमः । इति शब्दचन्द्रिका ॥ कल्किपुत्त्रः । यथा, -- “ततः कल्किश्च पद्मायां जयो विजय एव च । द्वौ पुत्त्रौ जनयामास लोकख्यातौ महाबलौ ॥” इति श्रीकल्किपुराणे १३ अध्यायः ॥ भैरववंशीयकल्पराजपुत्त्रः । स काशीराजः खाण्डववनकर्त्ता च । यथा, -- “सुमतेरभवत् कल्पः सुतः सत्यस्य डिण्डिमः । विरूपस्याभवद्गाधिर्गाधेर्म्मित्रोऽभवत् सुतः ॥ तेषां कल्पोऽभवद्राजा कल्पात्तु विजयोऽभवत् ॥ यो विजित्य क्षितिं सर्व्वां पार्थिवान् भूरितेजसा । शक्रस्यानुमते चक्रे खाण्डवं शतयोजनम् ॥ यत् सव्यसाची ह्यदहत् पाण्डुपुत्त्रः प्रताप- वान् । आवहन् परमां प्रीतिं ज्वलनस्य महात्मनः ॥” इति कालिकापुराणे भैरववंशानुकीर्त्तनम् ९० अध्यायः ॥ विष्ण्वनुचरविशेषः । यथा । विष्ण्वनु- चराश्चण्डप्रचण्डजयविजयादयः । इति पुंलिङ्ग- संग्रहे भरतः ॥

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विजय पुं।

विजयः

समानार्थक:विजय,जय,जयन,जय

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अभ्यवस्कन्दनं त्वभ्यासादनं विजयो जयः। वैरशुद्धिः प्रतीकारो वैरनिर्यातनं च सा॥

वैशिष्ट्य : जयशीलः

पदार्थ-विभागः : , गुणः, मानसिकभावः

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विजय¦ पु॰ वि + ज--कर्त्तरि अच्।

१ अर्जुने मेदि॰।
“अभिप्रयामि संग्रामे यदहं युद्धदुर्मदान्। नाजित्वाविनिवर्त्तामि तेन मां विजयं विदुः” भा॰ वि॰

४४ अ॰।

२ विमाने हेमच॰

३ यमे च।

४ विष्णोरनुचरभेदे। जय-शब्दे

३०

५० पृ॰ दृश्यम्। तच्छब्दशब्दे दर्शिते

५ नृपभेदे

६ कल्किपुत्रभेदे कल्किपु॰

१३ अ॰। भावे अच्। जये

८ परिभवपूर्वकग्रहणे च।

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विजय¦ m. (-यः)
1. Victory, triumph, conquest.
2. A name of ARJUN4A.
3. A divine car or chariot of the gods.
4. The father of the twenty-first Jina.
5. One of the persons named S4UKLA BA4LAS by the Jainas.
6. The god of Hades, YAMA. f. (-या)
1. An epithet of the goddess DURGA
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2. One of the female friends or attendants of DURGA
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3. One of the wives of YAMA.
4. Hemp, (Cannabis sativa,) or the tops of the plant used as a narcotic.
5. Yellow myrobalan, (Terminalia chebula.)
6. Orris root.
7. A peculiar lunar day; the third, eighth, or thirteenth of a fortnight; it is also applied to the tenth day of the light-half of the month A4shwin, (Sept-Oct.) on which the image of DURGA4, set up during the great festival in honour of her, is cast into the water. E. वि before, जि to conquer, aff. अच् |

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विजयः [vijayḥ], 1 Overcoming, vanquishing, defeating.

Conquest, victory, triumph; दिग्विजयादारभ्य 'conquest of the world'; प्रभवति न तदा परो विजेतुं भवति जितेन्द्रियता यदात्मरक्षा Ki.1.35; R.12.44; Ku.3.19; अस्याधिज्ये धनुषि विजयम् Ś.2.16.

A chariot of the gods, celestial chariot.

N. of Arjuna; Mb. (4.44.14) thus explains the name: अभिप्रयामि संग्रामे यदहं युद्धदुर्मदान् । नाजित्वा विनिवर्तामि तेन मां विजयं विदुः ॥.

An epithet of Yama.

N. of the first year of Jupiter's cycle.

N. of an attendant of Viṣṇu.

Motion, march; L. D. B.

N. of a particular मुहूर्त; युक्ते मुहूर्ते विजये Rām.1.73.9.

The third month.

A kind of military array.

A kind of measure. -यम् A royal tent. -Comp. -अभ्युपायः a means of victory-आह्वय a. having the name Vijaya (i. e. Bijapur); तथा येदिलशाहो$पि पत्तने विजयाह्वये Śiva B.1.61. -ईशः N. of Śiva. -ऊर्जित a. exalted by victory; स प्रविश्य दिवं देवानजयद्विजयोर्जितः Bm.1.143. -कुञ्जरः a war-elephant.-छन्दः a necklace of 5 strings. -डिण्डिमः a large military drum. -दण्डः a particular detachment of an army. -द्वादशी the 12th day of the light half of श्रावण.-नगरम् N. of a town. -मर्दलः a large military drum.-श्रीः the goddess of victory. -सिद्धिः f. success, victory, triumph.

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विजय/ वि-जय m. contest for victory , victory , conquest , triumph , superiority RV. etc. ( fig. applied to " the sword " and to " punishment " MBh. xii , 6204 ; 4428 )

विजय/ वि-जय m. the prize of victory , booty Ka1tyS3r.

विजय/ वि-जय m. N. of a partic. hour of the day ( esp. the 17th , and the hour of कृष्ण's birth accord. to some the 11th मुहूर्त) MBh. Hariv. etc.

विजय/ वि-जय m. the third month L.

विजय/ वि-जय m. the 27th (or first) year of Jupiter's cycle VarBr2S.

विजय/ वि-जय m. a kind of military array Ka1m.

विजय/ वि-जय m. a province , district HParis3.

विजय/ वि-जय m. (in music) a kind of flute Sam2gi1t.

विजय/ वि-जय m. a kind of measure ib.

विजय/ वि-जय m. a kind of composition ib.

विजय/ वि-जय m. a divine car , chariot of the gods (?) L.

विजय/ वि-जय m. N. of यमL.

विजय/ वि-जय m. of a son of जयन्त(son of इन्द्र) Hariv.

विजय/ वि-जय m. of a son of वसु-देवib.

विजय/ वि-जय m. of a son of कृष्णBhP.

विजय/ वि-जय m. of an attendant of विष्णुib.

विजय/ वि-जय m. of an attendant of पद्मपाणिW.

विजय/ वि-जय m. of a son of स्व-रोचिस्Ma1rkP.

विजय/ वि-जय m. of a मुनिHariv.

विजय/ वि-जय m. of a prince MBh.

विजय/ वि-जय m. of a son of धृतराष्ट्र(?) ib.

विजय/ वि-जय m. of a warrior on the side of the पाण्डवs ib.

विजय/ वि-जय m. of one of the eight councillors of दशरथR.

विजय/ वि-जय m. of अर्जुनMBh. BhP.

विजय/ वि-जय m. of a son of जयHariv. Pur.

विजय/ वि-जय m. of a son of चञ्चुor चुञ्चुib.

विजय/ वि-जय m. of a son of संजयVP.

विजय/ वि-जय m. of a son of सु-देवBhP.

विजय/ वि-जय m. of a son of पुरूरवस्ib.

विजय/ वि-जय m. of a son (or grandson) of बृहन्-मनस्Hariv. Pur.

विजय/ वि-जय m. of a son of यज्ञ-श्रीPur.

विजय/ वि-जय m. of the founder of Buddhist civilisation in Ceylon MW.

विजय/ वि-जय m. (with जैनs) N. of one of the 9 white बलs and of one of the 5 अनुत्तरs

विजय/ वि-जय m. of the 20th अर्हत्of the future and of the father of the 21st अर्हत्of the present अवसर्पिणी

विजय/ वि-जय m. of the attendant of the 8th अर्हत्of the same

विजय/ वि-जय m. of a son of कल्किKalkiP.

विजय/ वि-जय m. of a son of कल्पKa1lP.

विजय/ वि-जय m. of a hare Katha1s.

विजय/ वि-जय m. of the lance of रुद्र(personified) MBh.

विजय/ वि-जय m. ( pl. )of a people MBh.

विजय/ वि-जय n. the poisonous root of the plant विजयाSus3r.

विजय/ वि-जय n. a royal tent Va1stuv.

विजय/ वि-जय n. a kind of pavilion ib.

विजय/ वि-जय n. N. of a sacred district in कश्मीरKatha1s. (See. -क्षेत्र)

विजय/ वि-जय mfn. leading to victory , proclaiming victory MBh.

विजय/ वि-जय mfn. victorious , triumphant L.

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(I)--a name of Arjuna; फलकम्:F1:  भा. I. 9. ३३; III. 1. ३६; M. 6. २५.फलकम्:/F put the कालकेयस् to the sword. फलकम्:F2:  Ib. २४७. 7.फलकम्:/F
(II)--an attendant on Hari in वैकुण्ठ: curs- ed by Sanaka and others to be born an Asura: विष्णु con- firmed the curse and consoled him and Jaya. His fall. फलकम्:F1:  भा. III. १६. 2, २६, २९-37; X. ४७. १४.फलकम्:/F At- tacked the Asura followers of Bali. फलकम्:F2:  Ib. VIII. २१. १६.फलकम्:/F
(III)--a son of Sudeva and father of Bharuka. भा. IX. 8. 1-2.
(IV)--a son of Jaya and father of ऋत (Kratu- ब्र्। प्।), (Jaya-वा। प्।), (कृत-वि। प्।). भा. IX. १३. २५; Br. III. ६४. २२; ६८. 8; वा. ८९. २१; ९३. 8; Vi. IV. 5. ३१; 9. २६.
(V)--a son of पुरूरवस् and ऊर्वशी. Father of भीम. भा. IX. १५. 1-3.
(VI)--a son of Jayadratha, and father of धृति. भा. IX. २३. १२; Vi. IV. १८. २३-4.
(VII)--a son of कृष्ण and जाम्बवती. भा. X. ६१. १२; Br. III. ७१. १८२. [page३-219+ २४]
(VIII)--a son of यज्ञश्री and father of Candra- विज्ञ: ruled for 6 years. भा. XII. 1. २७; Br. III. ७४. १६८. M. २७३. १५; वा. ९९. ३५६.
(IX)--a Bhavya god. Br. II. ३६. ७१.
(X)--a पृथुक god. Br. II. ३६. ७३.
(XI)--a यक्ष: a son of देवजनी. Br. III. 7. १३०.
(XII)--a son of Kali and grandson of वरुण. Br. III. ५९. 7; वा. ८४. 7.
(XIII)--the birth-मुहूर्त of कृष्ण. Br. III. ७१. २०६; वा. ९६. २०१.
(XIV)--a मरीचि god. Br. IV. 1. ५८.
(XV)--the name of भण्ड's bow. Br. IV. १२. १०.
(XVI)--one of भण्ड's eight men. Br. IV. १२. १२.
(XVII)--a son of उपदेवी(va1) (वा। प्।) and Vasudeva. M. ४६. १७; वा. ९६. १७९.
(XVIII)--a मण्टप with ४६ pillars. M. २७०. 4, १०. [page३-220+ २४]
(XIX)--Manu from the sixth face of God; of Kapila colour. वा. २६. ३८.
(XX)--a son of मणिवर. वा. ६९. १६१.
(XXI)--a son of चञ्चु; a conqueror of all क्षत्रियस्. फलकम्:F1:  वा. ८८. १२०.फलकम्:/F Father of Ruruka. फलकम्:F2:  Vi. IV. 3. २५.फलकम्:/F
(XXII)--a son of सत्या. वा. ९९. ११६.

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Vijaya^1  : nt.: Name of the bow of Indra.


A. History: It was fashioned by Viśvakarman for the use of Indra 8. 22. 36; Śakra (Indra) gave it to Bhārgava (Rāma Jāmadagnya), and Rāma gave it to Karṇa 8. 22. 37-38, 40.


B. Description: Ancient (purātana) 8. 45. 33; heavenly (divya) 8. 22. 38, 46; large, larger than all weapons (mahat, sarvāyudhamahāmātra) 8. 22. 46, 36; best, the best bow (uttama, dhanuḥśreṣṭha) 8. 22. 38, 45; 8. 45. 33; highly honoured (paramasaṁmata) 8. 22. 37.


C. Use:

(1) By Indra: Śatakratu (Indra) conquered hosts of Daityas with it; due to its sound the Daityas lost sense of directions (yasya ghoṣeṇa daityānāṁ vimuhyanti diśo daśa) 8. 22. 37; Rāma Jāmadagnya narrated to Karṇa the divine acts (not detailed) performed with Vijaya (by Indra ?) 8. 22. 40;

(2) By Rāma Jāmadagnya: Rāma conquered earth twentyone times using Vijaya 8. 22. 39;

(3) By Karṇa: Karṇa wanted to use Vijaya while fighting with Arjuna 8. 22. 38; Karṇa's desire for a duel with Arjuna indicated by him by stretching the bow-string of his Vijaya (vyākṣipad vijayaṁ dhanuḥ) 8. 42. 52; Karṇa must have used it on other occasions too; specific mention is found in Karṇa's fight with Dhṛṣṭadyumna when, while using, he shook it (vijayaṁ tu dhanuḥśreṣṭhaṁ vidhunvānaḥ) 8. 42. 8; when Duryodhana drew Karṇa's attention to the rout of the Kaurava army, he strung his Vijaya bow, wiped it (saṁmṛjya), and discharged Bhārgavāstra from it 8. 45. 33-34.


D. Status: According to Karṇa Vijaya was superior to Gāṇḍīva of Arjuna (gāṇḍīvāt tad viśīṣyate) 8. 22. 39; 8. 22. 46. [Apparently different from Vijaya^2 ]


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Vijaya^2  : nt.: Name of the bow of Mahendra.


A. History: It belonged to Mahendra, hence called māhendraṁ dhanuḥ 5. 155. 4-5; Rukmin, the son of Bhīṣmaka Hiraṇyaloman, received this Vijaya bow from his teacher Druma, the lion among the Kiṁpuruṣas living on the Gandhamādana mountain 5. 155. 7, 10, 3; when Rukmin moved with it, he, as though, terrified the world (vtbhīṣayann iva jagat) 5. 155. 10.


B. Description: Divine (divya) 5. 155. 4, 5; indestructible (akṣaya) 5. 155. 4; producing sound like that of a cloud (meghasamasvana) 5. 155. 10.


C. Status: Equal to Gāṇḍīva of Arjuna in strength (tulyaṁ gāṇḍīvatejasā) 5. 155. 4; also comparable with Śārṅga bow of Viṣṇu (śārṅgeṇa ca saṁmitam) 5. 155. 4; Vijaya was considered to be one of the three heavenly bows of gods (the other two being Gāṇḍiva of Varuṇa and Śārṅga of Viṣṇu) 5. 155. 5-6. [Apparently different from Vijaya^1 ]


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Vijaya^3  : m.: Name of the trident (śūla) of Rudra.

Present in the procession of Śiva to Bhadravaṭa (after Skanda was anointed as the senāpati of the gods); in the procession, Vijaya followed Yama; and Vijaya, in turn, was followed by Varuṇa and his acquatic creatures, as also by the paṭṭiśa of Rudra; Vijaya is described as fierce (ghora), sharp (śita), having three points (triśikhara), and well-decorated (svalaṅkṛta) 3. 221. 10-12, 1.


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Indravijaya, Śakravijaya, Vijaya  : nt.: Name of an ākhyāna 5. 18. 19 or upākhyāna 5. 18. 16; also called Śakravijaya (upākhyānam idaṁ śakravijayam) 5. 18. 16, or Vijaya (for short) 5. 18. 17.

It comprises adhyāyas 5. 9-18; described as an incident that occurred in the past, an ancient itihāsa (purā vṛttam itihāsaṁ purātanam) 5. 9. 2; comparable to the Veda (in importance) (vedasaṁmitam) 5. 18. 16; it should be heard by a king desiring victory when his army and that of his enemy are arrayed (for a battle) 5. 18. 16; that is why Śalya narrated the ākhyāna Vijaya, in which Indra's victory over Vṛtra and the downfall of Nahuṣa were described, to Yudhiṣṭhira before the start of the war 5. 18. 17; one who diligently (niyataḥ) recites this Indravijaya Ākhyāna is washed of all his sins, wins heaven, and rejoices in this as well as in the next world; he has no danger from the enemy, and is never without a son (i. e. he does not lose his sons in war ? na cārijaṁ bhayaṁ tasya na cāputro bhaven naraḥ); he does not meet with adversity and gets long life; he is victorious in all battles and never knows defeat 5. 18. 19-20.


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Vijaya  : nt.: See Indravijaya.


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Vijaya  : m. (pl.): Name of a Janapada.

Listed by Saṁjaya among the northern Janapadas (also called Deśas 6. 10. 68) of Bhāratavarṣa (ata ūrdhvaṁ janapadān nibodha) 6. 10. 37, 5; (suhmāś ca vijayās tathā) 6. 10. 44.


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


Vijaya^1  : nt.: Name of the bow of Indra.


A. History: It was fashioned by Viśvakarman for the use of Indra 8. 22. 36; Śakra (Indra) gave it to Bhārgava (Rāma Jāmadagnya), and Rāma gave it to Karṇa 8. 22. 37-38, 40.


B. Description: Ancient (purātana) 8. 45. 33; heavenly (divya) 8. 22. 38, 46; large, larger than all weapons (mahat, sarvāyudhamahāmātra) 8. 22. 46, 36; best, the best bow (uttama, dhanuḥśreṣṭha) 8. 22. 38, 45; 8. 45. 33; highly honoured (paramasaṁmata) 8. 22. 37.


C. Use:

(1) By Indra: Śatakratu (Indra) conquered hosts of Daityas with it; due to its sound the Daityas lost sense of directions (yasya ghoṣeṇa daityānāṁ vimuhyanti diśo daśa) 8. 22. 37; Rāma Jāmadagnya narrated to Karṇa the divine acts (not detailed) performed with Vijaya (by Indra ?) 8. 22. 40;

(2) By Rāma Jāmadagnya: Rāma conquered earth twentyone times using Vijaya 8. 22. 39;

(3) By Karṇa: Karṇa wanted to use Vijaya while fighting with Arjuna 8. 22. 38; Karṇa's desire for a duel with Arjuna indicated by him by stretching the bow-string of his Vijaya (vyākṣipad vijayaṁ dhanuḥ) 8. 42. 52; Karṇa must have used it on other occasions too; specific mention is found in Karṇa's fight with Dhṛṣṭadyumna when, while using, he shook it (vijayaṁ tu dhanuḥśreṣṭhaṁ vidhunvānaḥ) 8. 42. 8; when Duryodhana drew Karṇa's attention to the rout of the Kaurava army, he strung his Vijaya bow, wiped it (saṁmṛjya), and discharged Bhārgavāstra from it 8. 45. 33-34.


D. Status: According to Karṇa Vijaya was superior to Gāṇḍīva of Arjuna (gāṇḍīvāt tad viśīṣyate) 8. 22. 39; 8. 22. 46. [Apparently different from Vijaya^2 ]


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Vijaya^2  : nt.: Name of the bow of Mahendra.


A. History: It belonged to Mahendra, hence called māhendraṁ dhanuḥ 5. 155. 4-5; Rukmin, the son of Bhīṣmaka Hiraṇyaloman, received this Vijaya bow from his teacher Druma, the lion among the Kiṁpuruṣas living on the Gandhamādana mountain 5. 155. 7, 10, 3; when Rukmin moved with it, he, as though, terrified the world (vtbhīṣayann iva jagat) 5. 155. 10.


B. Description: Divine (divya) 5. 155. 4, 5; indestructible (akṣaya) 5. 155. 4; producing sound like that of a cloud (meghasamasvana) 5. 155. 10.


C. Status: Equal to Gāṇḍīva of Arjuna in strength (tulyaṁ gāṇḍīvatejasā) 5. 155. 4; also comparable with Śārṅga bow of Viṣṇu (śārṅgeṇa ca saṁmitam) 5. 155. 4; Vijaya was considered to be one of the three heavenly bows of gods (the other two being Gāṇḍiva of Varuṇa and Śārṅga of Viṣṇu) 5. 155. 5-6. [Apparently different from Vijaya^1 ]


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Vijaya^3  : m.: Name of the trident (śūla) of Rudra.

Present in the procession of Śiva to Bhadravaṭa (after Skanda was anointed as the senāpati of the gods); in the procession, Vijaya followed Yama; and Vijaya, in turn, was followed by Varuṇa and his acquatic creatures, as also by the paṭṭiśa of Rudra; Vijaya is described as fierce (ghora), sharp (śita), having three points (triśikhara), and well-decorated (svalaṅkṛta) 3. 221. 10-12, 1.


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Indravijaya, Śakravijaya, Vijaya  : nt.: Name of an ākhyāna 5. 18. 19 or upākhyāna 5. 18. 16; also called Śakravijaya (upākhyānam idaṁ śakravijayam) 5. 18. 16, or Vijaya (for short) 5. 18. 17.

It comprises adhyāyas 5. 9-18; described as an incident that occurred in the past, an ancient itihāsa (purā vṛttam itihāsaṁ purātanam) 5. 9. 2; comparable to the Veda (in importance) (vedasaṁmitam) 5. 18. 16; it should be heard by a king desiring victory when his army and that of his enemy are arrayed (for a battle) 5. 18. 16; that is why Śalya narrated the ākhyāna Vijaya, in which Indra's victory over Vṛtra and the downfall of Nahuṣa were described, to Yudhiṣṭhira before the start of the war 5. 18. 17; one who diligently (niyataḥ) recites this Indravijaya Ākhyāna is washed of all his sins, wins heaven, and rejoices in this as well as in the next world; he has no danger from the enemy, and is never without a son (i. e. he does not lose his sons in war ? na cārijaṁ bhayaṁ tasya na cāputro bhaven naraḥ); he does not meet with adversity and gets long life; he is victorious in all battles and never knows defeat 5. 18. 19-20.


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Vijaya  : nt.: See Indravijaya.


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Vijaya  : m. (pl.): Name of a Janapada.

Listed by Saṁjaya among the northern Janapadas (also called Deśas 6. 10. 68) of Bhāratavarṣa (ata ūrdhvaṁ janapadān nibodha) 6. 10. 37, 5; (suhmāś ca vijayās tathā) 6. 10. 44.


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