|Canto 11: General History||Chapter 30: The Disappearance of the Yadu Dynasty|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 11.30.19
putrā ayudhyan pitṛbhir bhrātṛbhiś ca
mitrāṇi mitraiḥ suhṛdaḥ suhṛdbhir
jñātīḿs tv ahan jñātaya eva mūḍhāḥ
putrāḥ — sons; ayudhyan — fought; pitṛbhiḥ — with their fathers; bhrātṛbhiḥ — with brothers; ca — and; svasrīya — with the sons of sisters; dauhitra — the sons of daughters; pitṛvya — paternal uncles; mātulaiḥ — and maternal uncles; mitrāṇi — friends; mitraiḥ — with friends; suhṛdaḥ — well-wishers; suhṛdbhiḥ — with well-wishers; jñātīn — intimate relatives; tu — and; ahan — killed; jñātayaḥ — intimate relatives; eva — indeed; mūḍhāḥ — bewildered.
Thus bewildered, sons fought with fathers, brothers with brothers, nephews with paternal and maternal uncles, and grandsons with grandfathers. Friends fought with friends, and well-wishers with well-wishers. In this way intimate friends and relatives all killed one another.
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