The Yoga of the Despondency of Arjuna
Assembled there on dharma’s field–Kurukshetra–desiring war, What did my sons and the Pandus?Do tell me now, O Sanjaya.1
There then the King Duryodhana,Seeing the Pandav forces ranged–Ready for battle–did approachHis teacher, Drona, and did say:2“Behold, O Teacher! here arrayed This great army of Pandu’s sons, Assembled by Drupada’s son
Who is thine own gifted pupil.3“Here are heroes, mighty archers,Bhima and Arjuna’s equals, The great warriors Yuyudhana, Virata and Drupada, too.4“Drishtaketu, Chekitana, And the valiant king of Kashi,Purujit and Kuntibhoja, And Shaibya–all the best of men.5“And courageous Yudhamanyu, And valorous Uttamaujas–Shubhadra’s and Draupadi’s sons– All who are mighty car warriors.
A great-car-warrior (maharatha) was a commander of eleven thousand bowmen as he rode in his chariot.