With him go the other Pandavas, including Arjuna who has since returned.
Duryodhana of the Kauravas was jealous of all the Pandavas, and especially of Arjuna.
There the Pandavas visited him, and talked over the friends who had fallen in the great war.
The Pandavas remained a time in the city, and they studied the Vedas.
On the third day the army of the Pandavas advanced in crescent formation and drove back the Kaurava army.
So the Pandavas went towards Panchala with the troop of Brahmans.
In that sacrificial platform of the gods producing eternal merit, the Pandavas began to fast with concentrated souls.
Dhritarashtra granted his son's wish and recalled the Pandavas.
The Pandavas quailed before him, nor could Bhima or Arjuna drive him back.
It is true, indeed, that the Kauravas have wronged the Pandavas.