हार्दिक्यो भानुविन्दश्च गदश्च शुकसारणौ ॥ १४ ॥
अपरे च महेष्वासा रथयूथपयूथपा: ।
निर्ययुर्दंशिता गुप्ता रथेभाश्वपदातिभि: ॥ १५ ॥
sāmbo ’krūraḥ sahānujaḥ
hārdikyo bhānuvindaś ca
gadaś ca śuka-sāraṇau
niryayur daṁśitā guptā
sātyakiḥ cārudeṣṇaḥ ca — Sātyaki and Cārudeṣṇa; sāmbaḥ — Sāmba; akrūraḥ — and Akrūra; saha — with; anujaḥ — younger brothers; hārdikyaḥ — Hārdikya; bhānuvindaḥ — Bhānuvinda; ca — and; gadaḥ — Gada; ca — and; śuka-sāraṇau — Śuka and Sāraṇa; apare — others; ca — also; mahā — eminent; iṣv-āsāḥ — archers; ratha — of chariot (warriors); yūtha-pa — of the leaders; yūtha-pāḥ — the leaders; niryayuḥ — they went out; daṁśitāḥ — wearing armor; guptāḥ — protected; ratha — by (soldiers on) chariots; ibha — elephants; aśva — and horses; padātibhiḥ — and by foot soldiers.
The chief commanders of the chariot warriors — Sātyaki, Cārudeṣṇa, Sāmba, Akrūra and his younger brothers, along with Hārdikya, Bhānuvinda, Gada, Śuka and Sāraṇa — went out of the city with many other eminent bowmen, all girded in armor and protected by contingents of soldiers riding on chariots, elephants and horses, and also by companies of infantry.