||Then the widow of Hansa and the daughter of Jarasandha, that handsome woman with eyes like lotus-petals, grieved at the death of her lord, went unto her father, and repeatedly urged, O Monarch, the king of Magadha, saying, O slayer of all foes, kill thou the slayer of my husband,
||And, O Monarch, regarding me as the eldest and entitled to respect, Yudhishthira having received me respectfully, appointed me in receiving the jewels and gems that were brought as tribute.
||There, O Monarch, in the presence of the Lokapalas I will, O tiger among men, choose thee, at which no blame will be thine'
||Prosperity will be thine, O Monarch, if thou behavest well towards all thy relatives.
||As for all the other kings of the earth, O Monarch, who will go to battle, the sons of Pandu have, by naming them, distributed them in their own respective shares.
||Then, O Monarch, Satyaki, acting as his own driver, achieved a superhuman feat, inasmuch as he continued to fight with Drona and hold the reins himself.
||O Monarch, both actuated by the desire of victory.
||These, O Monarch, approach and tempt men from every side.
||Let him be told besides, O Monarch, this very body of mine is at thy disposal and all the wealth I have.
|Reference:- Mahabharata of Krishna Dwaipayana Vyasa, translated to English by Kisari Mohan Ganguli; Source of Plain Text: www.sacred-texts.com; Wikified at AncientVoice.