किरीटमाली न्यविशदसिहस्त: क्षिपन् रुषा ॥ ३६ ॥
parīto bhrātṛbhir nṛpa
asi-hastaḥ kṣipan ruṣā
Proud Duryodhana, holding a sword in his hand and wearing a crown and necklace, angrily went into the palace in the company of his brothers, O King, insulting the doorkeepers as he entered.
Śrīla Prabhupāda writes that Duryodhana “was always in an envious and angry mood, and therefore, on a slight provocation, he spoke sharply with the doorkeepers and became angry.”