Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10, Chapter 72, Text 30

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SB 10.72.30

evam avedito raja
 jahasoccaih sma magadhah
aha camarsito manda
 yuddham tarhi dadami vah
[Sukadeva Gosvami continued:] Thus challenged, Magadharaja laughed out loud and contemptuously said, “All right, you fools, I’ll give you a fight!
Srila Visvanatha Cakravarti comments that Jarasandha felt inner satisfaction because he thought that his enemies had been humiliated by having to dress like brahmanas to approach him. Thus the acarya understands Jarasandha’s mind as follows: “O weak ones, forget the botheration of fighting. Why not just accept my head? By dressing yourselves as brahmanas begging charity, you have made your heroism set like the sun, but if somehow you have not lost your courage, I will give you battle.”
The acarya finally points out that the goddess of learning intends the phrase amarsito mandah to read amarsito ’mandah. In other words, Lord Krsna and the Pandavas are amandah, “never foolish.” And that is why they chose the best tactic for doing away once and for all with the cruel Jarasandha.
Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10, Chapter 72, Text 29
Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10, Chapter 72, Text 31