||There are two others, Hansa and Dimvaka, of great energy and great soul, who have sought the shelter of the mighty Jarasandha.
||They are called Hansa and Dimvaka who are both incapable of being slain by weapons.
||But, O Bharata, hearing people say that Hansa had been killed, Dimvaka, O king, thought that he could not live without Hansa.
||Afterwards when Hansa, the subjugator of hostile heroes, heard that Dimvaka, had killed himself, he went to the Yamuna and jumped into its waters.
||Then, O bull of the Bharata race, king Jarasandha, hearing that both Hansa and Dimvaka had been killed, returned to his kingdom with an empty heart.
||Jarasandha had two supporters called Hansa and Dimvaka, both of whom were incapable of being slain by weapons.
||SECTION XX Jarasandhta-badha Parva Krishna said, both Hansa and Dimvaka have fallen; Kansa also with all his followers has been slain.
||These two, O king, were formerly called by everybody in the world of men by the respectful appellations of Hansa and Dimvaka.
|Reference:- Mahabharata of Krishna Dwaipayana Vyasa, translated to English by Kisari Mohan Ganguli; Source of Plain Text: www.sacred-texts.com; Wikified at AncientVoice.