The Bhagavadgita - Chapter 1, Verse14
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tataḥ śvetair hayair yukte mahati syandane sthitau mādhavaḥ pāṇḍavaś caiva divyau
śaṅkhau pradaghmatuḥ 1.14
Then, stationed in their great war-chariot, yoked to white horses, Maihava* and
the son of Pandut blew their divine conches.
Then seated in a great chariot, drawn by white horses, Krishna and Arjuna, also
blew their divine conches
Then also, Madhava (Krishna), and the son of Pandu (Arjuna), seated in their magnificent
chariot yoked with white horses, blew their divine conches.
Then, too, Madhava and the son of Vividu, seated in a grand chariot yoked to white
horses, blew thair celestial conches.
Then, also, Mâdhava and Pândava, stationed in their magnificent chariot yoked with
white horses, blew their divine conches with a furious noise.
Then seated in their spacious war chariot, yoked with white horses, Lord Shri Krishna
and Arjuna sounded their divine shells.
After that, Lord Krishna and Arjuna, seated in a grand chariot yoked with white
horses, blew their celestial conches.
Then might be seen, upon their car of gold Yoked with white steeds, blowing their
battle-shells, Krishna the God, Arjuna at his side:
Then Madhava and Pandu's son (Arjuna), both stationed on a great car unto which
were yoked white steeds, blew their celestial conches.
Then, too, Mâdhava and the son of Pându (Arguna), seated in a grand chariot to which
white steeds were yoked, blew their heavenly conchs.
Thereupon, standing in a magnificent chariot yoked with white horses, Madhava [Krishna]
and the Pandava [Arjuna] sounded their divine conch shells.
Then, seated in a great chariot yoked to white horses, Madhava and Pandava blew
their heavenly conch shells.
Madhava is an epithet of Krishna. Pandava is a reference to Arjuna since he was
born as the son of Pandu.