Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10.68.11-13 - Getting Connected and Going to the Depth in Krishna Consciousness (download mp3) and (download mp4)
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tam tu te viratham cakrus
catvaras caturo hayan
ekas tu sarathim jaghne
But they forced him down from his chariot, and thereupon four of them struck his four horses, one of them struck down his chariot driver, and another broke his bow.
tam baddhva virathi-krtya
krcchrena kuravo yudhi
kumaram svasya kanyam ca
sva-puram jayino ’visan
Having deprived Samba of his chariot during the fight, the Kuru warriors tied him up with great difficulty and then returned victorious to their city, taking the young boy and their princess.
tac chrutva naradoktena
kurun praty udyamam cakrur
O King, when the Yadavas heard news of this from Sri Narada, they became angry. Urged on by King Ugrasena, they prepared for war against the Kurus.
Srila Prabhupada writes: “The great sage Narada immediately carried the news to the Yadu dynasty that Samba was arrested and told them the whole story. The members of the Yadu dynasty became very angry at Samba's being arrested, and improperly so by six warriors. Now, with the permission of the head of the Yadu dynasty's king, Ugrasena, they prepared to attack the capital city of the Kuru dynasty.”