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    Draupadi. Drupada ( Sanskrit: द्रुपद, lit. firm-footed or pillar [2] ), also known as Yajnasena ( Sanskrit: यज्ञसेन, lit. he whose army is sacrificial ), [3] is a character in the Mahābhārata. The son of King Prishata, he was the king of the land of Southern Panchala. [4] His capital was known as Kampilya. [5]

    • Prishata (father), Suchitra (brother)
    • Prishati
  2. Drupada (literalmente ‘pilar de madera’), 1 ―también conocido como Iagñasena (el guerrero del ritual de fuego)― es un personaje del Majabhárata (texto épico-religioso del siglo III a. C. ). Era el rey de Panchala del Norte, 2 cuya capital era Kamapilia. 3 El nombre de su padre era Prishata .

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    Drupada adalah putra dari Persata (पृषट Pṛṣaṭa), Raja Pancala. Sewaktu muda ia belajar bersama dengan Drona, seorang brahmanamiskin putra Baradwaja. Keduanya menjalin persahabatan akrab, bahkan Drupada berjanji apabila kelak ia menjadi raja menggantikan ayahnya, maka Drona akan diberinya sebagian dari wilayah Pancala. Drupada akhirnya benar-benar m...

    Dalam Adiparwa yang ditulis ulang Kamala Subramaniam diceritakan bahwa seorang putri dari Kasi bernama Amba menemui Drupada, dengan tujuan meminta bantuan untuk membunuh Bisma dari Hastinapura. Drupada menolak karena takut akan kesaktian Bisma. Amba pun pergi dengan kecewa dan meninggalkan untaian bunga di pintu gerbang Kerajaan Pancala. Untaian bu...

    Drona yang telah menikah dengan Krepi dikaruniai seorang putra bernama Aswatama. Demi untuk mencukupi makanan istri dan anaknya yang masih kecil, Drona datang ke Pancalameminta Drupada menepati janji persahatannya dulu. Namun, Drupada justru menghina Drona dengan mengatakan kalau persahabatan hanya berlaku di antara orang-orang yang sederajat. Dron...

    Drupada merasa sangat terhina atas perlakuan Drona kepadanya. Ia juga iri mengetahui Drona memiliki banyak murid yang patuh dan setia, sedangkan dirinya hanya memiliki seorang anak yang bersifat waria. Drupada kemudian bertapa di hutan dan bertemu dua orang pendeta bernama Yodya dan Upayodya. Keduanya sanggup membantu Drupada. Maka diadakanlah upac...

    Berbagai versi Mahabharata mengandung catatan yang berbeda tentang jumlah dan nama anggota keluarga Drupada. Dalam kebanyakan versi, nama anak-anaknya ialah: Drestadyumna, Srikandi, dan Dropadi. Kadangkala Satyajit juga disebut sebagai anaknya. Dalam beberapa versi, Utamoja dan Yudamanyu disebut sebagai dua putra Drupada yang menjadi pelindung sisi...

    Kecantikan Dropadi yang luar biasa membuat banyak orang ingin menikahinya. Drupada pun mengadakan sayembara memanah untuk memilih kesatria mana yang paling tepat untuk menjadi menantunya. Sayembara tersebut hampir saja dimenangkan oleh Karna, sahabat para Korawa. Namun Dropadi dengan tegas menolak menjadi istri anak seorang kusir kereta. Karna yang...

    Beberapa tahun kemudian terjadi perang saudara antara keluarga Pandawa melawan Korawa di Kurukshetra, India Utara. Dalam hal ini Drupada bertindak sebagai salah satu sekutu penting para Pandawa, sedangkan Drona berada di pihak Korawa. Bisma menyebut Drupada sebagai salah satu maharathipihak Pandawa. Perang Kurukshetra atau Bharatayuddha memakan wak...

    Dalam pewayangan Jawa, Drupada mewarisi Kerajaan Pancala bukan dari ayahnya melainkan dari mertuanya. Menurut versi ini, Drupada adalah sepupu Drona. Ayahnya bernama Resi Dwapara merupakan kakak dari Resi Baradwaja, ayah Drona. Drupada sendiri memiliki nama asli Sucitra. Pada suatu hari Sucitra pergi meninggalkan negeri Atasangin untuk mengabdi kep...

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  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › DraupadiDraupadi - Wikipedia

    • Etymology and Epithets
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    • Polyandry
    • Draupadi as A Goddess
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    The word Draupadī ('daughter of Drupada') is a patronymic, derived from the word Drupada, which means 'pillar'. Like other epic characters, she is referred to by multiple names in the Mahabharata. Some of her other names and epithets are as follows: 1. Krishnaa (Kṛṣṇā) – 'one who has a dark complexion'. It is the birth name of Draupadi. 2. Panchali...

    The story of Draupadi is told in the Mahabharata, one of the Sanskrit epics from the Indian subcontinent. The work is written in Classical Sanskrit and is a composite work of revisions, editing and interpolations over many centuries. The oldest parts in the surviving version of the text probably date to about 400 BCE. The Mahabharata manuscripts ex...

    Birth

    Most Hindu texts state that Draupadi was not born of a woman and thus, she is often described as an ayonija (lit. 'one not born from a woman's womb'). Her birth is narrated in the Adi Parva of the epic. Drona—the teacher of the Kuru princes—defeats Drupada with the help of his students, and takes half of Panchala. Drupada seeks vengeance but realises that none of his children and allies is capable enough to slay Drona. As a result, he decides to perform a yajna (fire-sacrifice) to obtain a po...

    Marriage and children

    The news of Draupadi's svayamvara spread far and wide, and numerous princes, as well as the general public including brahmanas, began proceeding towards Panchala. It so happened that the Pandavas also began their journey toward Panchala at this time along with their mother, Kunti. As they were on their way toward Panchala they were met by a large group of brahmanas on their way to Panchala, who invited Pandavas to join them. Drupada intended to wed his daughter to Arjuna. Upon hearing of the...

    Draupadi as the empress

    With the Pandavas' survival revealed, a succession crisis was started. Upon the news of Pandavas' death at Varnavrat, the title of 'the crown prince' had fallen to Duryodhana. Dhritrashtra invites the Pandavas to Hastinapur and proposes that the kingdom be divided. The Pandavas are assigned the wasteland Khandavprastha, referred to as unreclaimed desert. With the help of Krishna, Pandavas rebuilt Khandavprastha into the glorious Indraprastha. The crown jewel of the kingdom was built at the Kh...

    Polyandry was not regarded without censure by the society spoken of in the epic. The Vedic texts have not discriminated between polyandry and polygamy but usually, the women of royal families were allowed to indulge in polyandry for expansion of progeny, although polygyny was more common among men of higher social ranks. Her marriage to five men wa...

    In Sanskrit Mahābhārata, Draupadi is described as the incarnation of different goddesses. In Sambhava section of Adi Parva, she is said to be partial incarnation of Goddess Shachi (or Sachi). However, in Vaivahika section of Adi Parva Vyasa describes her as the celestial Sri. In Svargarohanika Parva, Yudhisthira goes to heaven and sees Draupadi sea...

    In Buddhism, Kṛṣṇā Draupadī is presented in the Mahāvastu and the Lalitavistaraas one among eight goddesses who reside in the western cardinal direction. In Digambara Jain scriptures like Harivamsa Purana, polyandry of Draupadi has been rejected and it is suggested that she was married only to Arjuna. Hemachandra, a Svetambara Jain monk, accepts th...

    In Folk Cultures

    1. According to a folklore, Draupadi introduced the popular Indian snack Pani Puri. 2. Draupadi had only five sons in the Sanskrit epic. But, according to some folklores, the Pandavas and Draupadi had six daughters too. Based on several such tales, the names of their daughters are listed below: 2.1. 2.1.1. Suthanu (from Yudhishthira) 2.1.2. Samyukthana (from Bheema) 2.1.3. Pragati and Pragya/Prathigya (twins) (from Arjuna) 2.1.4. Printha (from Nakula) 2.1.5. Sumithra (from Sahadeva).

    Arts and dances

    The story of Draupadi is one of the central topics of Yakshagana, a traditional dance-play practised in Karnataka and Terukkuttu, a Tamil street theatre form practised in Tamil Nadu state of India and Tamil-speaking regions of Sri Lanka.

    Television and film

    1. In R. Nataraja Mudaliar's silent film Keechaka Vadham(1917), the first film from South India, Draupadi was portrayed by Jeevarathnam. 2. In Baburao Painter's silent film Sairandhri, Draupadi was portrayed by Kamaladevi. 3. In Bhagwati Prasad Mishra's Hindi film Draupadi(1931), Draupadi was portrayed by Ermeline. 4. In V. Shantaram's Hindi/Marathi film Sairandhri, Draupadi was portrayed by Leela. 5. In Chandrakanta Gor's Hindi film Veer Bhimsen (1964) Draupadi was portrayed by Sumitra Devi....

    The fiery heroine of Mahabharatahas been the topic of research and debate for centuries. There are various plays and novels based on her. 1. Yajnaseni by Pratibha Ray – This novel, originally written in Odia was the recipient of Jnanpith Award.It was also translated in various languages like English, Hindi, Bengali, Tamil, Malayalam, etc. 2. The Pa...

    Yajnaseni, a novel by Pratibha Ray
    Yajnaseni, a play by Suman Pokhrel
    Bhattacharya, Pratip (2004). "She Who Must Be Obeyed, Draupadi: The ill fated one" (PDF). Manushi. Panchakanya 19–30.
    Eminent women in the Mahabharataby Vanamala Bhawalkar.
    Mani, Vettam (1975). Puranic Encyclopaedia: a Comprehensive Dictionary with Special Reference to the Epic and Puranic Literature. Motilal Banarsidass Publishers. ISBN 978-0-8426-0822-0.
    Chakravarti, Bishnupada (13 November 2007). Penguin Companion to the Mahabharata. Penguin UK. ISBN 978-93-5214-170-8.
  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › DhrupadDhrupad - Wikipedia

    It is the oldest known style of major vocal styles associated with Hindustani classical music, Haveli Sangeet of Pushtimarg Sampraday and also related to the South Indian Carnatic tradition. [1] [2] It is a term of Sanskrit origin, derived from dhruva (ध्रुव, immovable, permanent) and pada (पद, verse). The roots of Dhrupad are ancient.

  6. Category:Drupada From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository Media in category "Drupada" The following 11 files are in this category, out of 11 total. Bilal Habshi - Yaja and Upayaja perform a sacrifice for the emergence of Dhrishtadyumna fr - 2013.305 - Cleveland Museum of Art.tif 3,744 × 7,211; 77.26 MB

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