|Canto 10: The Summum Bonum||Chapter 75: Duryodhana Humiliated|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 10.75.11
sv-alańkṛtair bhaṭair bhūpā
citra — of various colors; dhvaja — with flags; patāka — and banners; agraiḥ — excellent; ibha — with elephants; indra — lordly; syandana — chariots; arvabhiḥ — and horses; su-alańkṛtaiḥ — well ornamented; bhaṭaiḥ — with foot soldiers; bhū-pāḥ — the kings; niryayuḥ — departed; rukma — gold; mālinaḥ — wearing necklaces.
All the kings, wearing gold necklaces, then set off for the Yamunā. They had flags and banners of various colors and were accompanied by infantrymen and well-adorned soldiers riding lordly elephants, chariots and horses.
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