Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10, Chapter 66, Text 17

SB 10.66.17

krsnas tu tat paundraka-kasirajayor
 balam gaja-syandana-vaji-patti-mat
gadasi-cakresubhir ardayad bhrsam
 yatha yugante huta-bhuk prthak prajah
But Lord Krsna fiercely struck back at the army of Paundraka and Kasiraja, which consisted of elephants, chariots, cavalry and infantry. The Lord tormented His enemies with His club, sword, Sudarsana disc and arrows, just as the fire of annihilation torments the various kinds of creatures at the end of a cosmic age.
Srila Prabhupada comments as follows in Krsna: “The soldiers on the side of King Paundraka began to shower their weapons upon Krsna. The weapons, including various kinds of tridents, clubs, poles, lances, swords, daggers and arrows, came flying in waves, and Krsna counteracted them. He smashed not only the weapons but also the soldiers and assistants of Paundraka, just as during the dissolution of this universe the fire of devastation burns everything to ashes. The elephants, chariots, horses and infantry belonging to the opposite party were scattered by the weapons of Krsna.”
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