Trapped in the Chakra Vyooh, young Abhimanyu fought like a lion. He killed Duryodhan's son Lakshman. But then, against all rules of war, he was attacked simultaneously by a number of Kaurav warriors. Karn broke his bow and chariot. The other warriors surrounded him as hyenas attack an injured lion. The Paandav trapped outside could only hear his cries as he was hacked to death. The last blow was struck by Dushaasan's son. But before dying, Abhimanyu managed to kill him too.
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Abhimanyu fights valiantly single-handedly slaying several warriors who come his way including Duryodhana's son Laxman. Upon witnessing the death of his beloved son, Duryodhana is incensed and orders the entire Kaurava force to attack Abhimanyu. Continually frustrated in attempts to pierce Abhimanyu's armor, Karna on Dronacharya's advice shatters Abhimanyu's bow firing arrows from behind him. Thus disabled, his chariot breaks down shortly later, the charioteer and horses are killed, and all his weapons are laid to waste. He attempts then to fight off the bow wielding warriors sitting on horses, elephants at the same time with a sword and a chariot wheel as a shield. Dushasana's son, engages in fierce hand to hand combat with Abhimanyu. Ignoring all codes of war, the Kauravas all fight simultaneously with him. He holds his own until his sword breaks and the remaining chariot wheel shatters into pieces. Abhimanyu gets killed shortly thereafter when Dushasana's son crushes his skull with