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tasya kasi-patir mitram
parsni-graho ’nvayan nrpa
apasyat paundrakam harih
Paundraka’s friend, the King of Kasi, followed behind, O King, leading the rear guard with three aksauhini divisions. Lord Krsna saw that Paundraka was carrying the Lord’s own insignia, such as the conchshell, disc, sword and club, and also an imitation Sarnga bow and Srivatsa mark. He wore a mock Kaustubha gem, was decorated with a garland of forest flowers and was dressed in upper and lower garments of fine yellow silk. His banner bore the image of Garuda, and he wore a valuable crown and gleaming, shark-shaped earrings.
Srila Prabhupada comments in Krsna: “When the two kings came before Lord Krsna to oppose Him, Krsna saw Paundraka face to face for the first time.”