Monday, March 17, 2008

observing the armies on the battlefield of kuruksetra

“Thereafter, Lord Krsna blew His transcendental conchshell, named Pāñcajanya, Arjuna blew his, the Devadatta, and Bhīma, the voracious eater and performer of Herculean tasks, blew his terrific conchshell, named Paundra.

Prince Yudhisthira, Kuntī’s son, blew his conchshell, named Anantavijaya, and Nakula and Sahadeva blew theirs, named Sughosa and Manipuspaka. That great archer the King of Kāsī, the great fighter Śikhandī, Dhrstadyumna, Virāta and the unconquerable Sātyaki, Drupada, the sons of Draupadī, and others, O King, such as the mighty-armed son of Subhadrā, all blew their respective conchshells.

The blowing of all these different conchshells became uproarious, and, vibrating both in the sky and on the earth, it shattered the hearts of the sons of Dhrtarāstra.”
Bhagavad Gita

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