Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10.68.06-08 - Krishna Consciousness is a Process of Experience (download mp3) and (download mp4)
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pragrhya ruciram capam
tasthau simha ivaikalah
Seeing Duryodhana and his companions rushing toward him, Samba, the great chariot-fighter, took up his splendid bow and stood alone like a lion.
tam te jighrksavah kruddhas
tistha tistheti bhasinah
asadya dhanvino banaih
Determined to capture him, the angry bowmen led by Karna shouted at Samba, ‘Stand and fight! Stand and fight!’ They came straight for him and showered him with arrows.
so ’paviddhah kuru-srestha
namrsyat tad acintyarbhah
simha ksudra-mrgair iva
O best of the Kurus, as Krsna’s son Samba was being unjustly harassed by the Kurus, that darling of the Yadu dynasty did not tolerate their attack, any more than a lion would tolerate an attack by puny animals.
Commenting on the word acintyarbha, Srila Prabhupada writes in Krsna: “Samba, the glorious son of the Yadu dynasty, [was] endowed with inconceivable potencies as the son of Lord Krsna.”