Srimad Bhagavadgita Sadhaka Sanjivani -Swami Ramsukhdas
Link:- Arjuna in the next two verses describes that the chief warriors were rushing headlong into the Lord's fearful mouths.
ami ca tvam dhrtarsstrasya putrah sarve sahaivavanipalasainghaih
All the sons of Dhrtarastra, with hosts of kings of the earth, Bhisma, Drona, Karna, with the chief warriors on our side as well, are rushing headlong into Your mouths with terrible teeth and fearful to look at. Some of these are seen sticking in the gaps between the teeth, with their heads crushed. 26-27
- Bhisma—Bhismaisa very well-known figure in the history of the world for his vow of life long celibacy and renunciation of his claim to his father's throne in order to facilitate his fathers marriage with Satyavati. He was so fine in his cow that he fought against his preceptor Parasurama. Lord Krsna had vowed that he would remain unarmed. But when Bhisma vowed that he would compel Lord Krsna tube equipped with weapon, He had to take up arms, once a whip and the second time a disc and run towards Bhisma Drona—Drona are Duryodhana's food. So it was incumbent upon him to fight, thus he joined the battle regarding it as his duty. But at last listening to the gods he withdraws himself from the battle thinking of his duty as a Brahmana (a member of the priest class). He was so impartial that he taught his own son, Asvatthama how to set Brahmastra (a weapon or missile which caused infallible destruction and was used and withdrawn by chanting sacred formulas) in motion only while to his disciple Arjuna he taught both how to set it in motion and how to withdraw it. Kama—Being a bosom friend of Duryodhana, he fought on his side. Even when Lord Krsna disclosed to him that he was Kuntis son, he refused to give up the cause of Duryodhana. Moreover he asked Lord Krsna not to disclose the secret to Yudhisthim otherwise he, regarding him as his elder brother, would handover the kingdom to him and who would hand it over to Duryodhana. So the Pandavas would lead a miserable life forever. His charities were incomparable. One day redo, the king of the gods, in Arjuna's interest, begged him to make a gift of his natural armour and earrings attached to his body. With great delight he tore his armour and earrings from his body and gave them away. Kunti asked him nut to kill anyone of her sons in the war. He promised not to kill her four sons but he would fight against Arjuna who could either be killed or would kill him. Even if Arjuna died, she would have five sons (including him viz., Kama).