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  1. <!-- translations/090-002_toh558_destroyer_of_the_great_trichiliocosm.xml -->
  2. <gloss xml:id='UT22084-090-002-725' type='place'>
  3.     <term>Pāṇḍava</term>
  4.     <term xml:lang='Bo-Ltn'>pan+da pa </term>
  5.     <term xml:lang='bo'>པནྡ་པ།</term>
  6.     <term xml:lang='Sa-Ltn'>Pāṇḍava</term>
  7. </gloss>
  9. <!-- translations/046-001_toh95_play_in_full.xml -->
  10. <gloss xml:id='UT22084-046-001-2428' type='place'>
  11.     <term>Pāṇḍava</term>
  12.     <term xml:lang='Bo-Ltn'>skya bo </term>
  13.     <term xml:lang='bo'>སྐྱ་བོ།</term>
  14.     <term xml:lang='Sa-Ltn'>Pāṇḍava</term>
  15. </gloss>
  17. <!-- translations/046-001_toh95_play_in_full.xml -->
  18. <gloss xml:id='UT22084-046-001-2680' mode='marked' type='person'>
  19.     <term>Pāṇḍava</term>
  20.     <term xml:lang='Bo-Ltn'>skya bseng </term>
  21.     <term xml:lang='bo'>སྐྱ་བསེང་།</term>
  22.     <term xml:lang='Sa-Ltn'>Pāṇḍava </term>
  23. </gloss>
  25. <!-- translations/051-004_toh116_baskets_display.xml -->
  26. <gloss xml:id='UT22084-051-004-407' type='person'>
  27.     <term>Kaurava</term>
  28.     <term xml:lang='Bo-Ltn'>ko’u ra pa </term>
  29.     <term xml:lang='bo'>ཀོའུ་ར་པ།</term>
  30.     <term xml:lang='Sa-Ltn'>Kaurava</term>
  31.     <term type='definition'>The hundred sons of King Dhṛtarāśtra, who were the enemies of their cousins,
  32.         the Pāṇḍava brothers. Their family name means they are the descendants of the ancient King Kur (as
  33.         were the Pāṇḍava brothers). Their battle is the central theme of the Mahābhārata, India’s greatest
  34.         epic.</term>
  35. </gloss>
  37. <!-- translations/051-004_toh116_baskets_display.xml -->
  38. <gloss xml:id='UT22084-051-004-408' type='person'>
  39.     <term>Khasa</term>
  40.     <term xml:lang='Bo-Ltn'>kha sha </term>
  41.     <term xml:lang='bo'>ཁ་ཤ།</term>
  42.     <term xml:lang='Sa-Ltn'>khasa</term>
  43.     <term type='definition'>A tribe of people from the northwest of India and central Asia who were
  44.         significant in ancient India and are described in the <title xml:lang='Sa-Ltn'>Mahābhārata</title>
  45.         as having taken part in the Kurukṣetra war on the side of the Kurus against the Paṇḍavas. The
  46.         Purāṇic literature generally describes them in a negative light, as barbarians. They are often
  47.         mentioned in Buddhist literature and presently maintain <term type='ignore'>Khasa</term> culture in Himachal Pradesh.</term>
  48. </gloss>
  50. <!-- translations/051-004_toh116_baskets_display.xml -->
  51. <gloss xml:id='UT22084-051-004-414' type='person'>
  52.     <term>Pāṇḍava</term>
  53.     <term xml:lang='Bo-Ltn'>pan da pa </term>
  54.     <term xml:lang='bo'>པན་ད་པ།</term>
  55.     <term xml:lang='Sa-Ltn'>Pāṇḍava</term>
  56.     <term type='definition'>Five brothers who were the sons of Paṇḍu. The most famous was Arjuna (of
  57.             <title xml:lang='Sa-Ltn'>Bhagavadgīta</title> fame); the other four were Yudhiṣṭhira, Nakula,
  58.         Sahadeva, and Bhīmasena. The story of the <term type='ignore'>Pāṇḍava</term> brothers and their battle with their cousins,
  59.         the Kauravas, is the subject of the <title xml:lang='Sa-Ltn'>Mahābhārata</title>, India’s greatest
  60.         epic. In the sūtra, Bali imprisons the <term type='ignore'>Pāṇḍavas</term> and Kauravas together.</term>
  61. </gloss>
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