Vrishasena, angered at the death of Duhshasana and Chitrasena, rushed at Nakula, desiring to fight with his father’s enemy. A fierce battle then ensued between those two heroes. Vrishasena managed to kill Nakula’s horses and pierce him with many arrows. Descending from his chariot, Nakula took up his sword and shield, and making his way toward Vrishasena, he severed the heads of two thousand horsemen. Vrishasena, seeing Nakula coming towards him whirling that sword like a discus, shattered the sword and shield with four crescent shaped arrows. Nakula then quickly ascended Bhima’s chariot. As Arjuna came near, Nakula requested him, “Please slay this sinful person.” Arjuna then ordered Lord Krishna, “Proceed toward the son of Karna. I will kill him within his father’s sight.” Unsupported by anyone, Vrishasena challenged Arjuna releasing many different kinds of arrows. He pierced Arjuna’s arm with ten arrows and Krishna also with ten. Arjuna became enraged, and exclaimed loudly to the Kaurava kings including Karna, “Today, O Karna, I will kill your son as you unfairly killed my son, Abhimanyu! Let all the warriors protect him if they can. I will kill him, and then, O fool, I will slay you; and Bhima will slay the wretched Duryodhana, whose evil policies have brought about the great battle.”
Having said these, Arjuna proceeds to rain arrows over little Vrishasena. Cutting off Virshasena’s bow with his razor sharp arrows, Arjuna proceeds to sever his limbs and eventually kill the little child. Karna wasn’t able to do anything as he was too harm and its also against rules to interrupt fight between to warriors. This also shows Karna’s greatness whether Arjuna broken rules to save Satyiki from Bhrurishrava.