Srimad Bhagavadgita Sadhaka Sanjivani -Swami Ramsukhdas
Duryodhana mentioned the great warriors of the two armies, but Dronscarya did not utter a word. So Duryodhana became sad. Then, Bhisma hlew his conch loudly to cheer Duryodhana. Hearing the sound of his conch, the conchs, drums and cow-horns etc., of the Kaurava and the Pandava armies blared forth. After this (from the twentieth verse) the dialogue between Lord Krsna and Arjuna began. Arjuna asked Lord Krsna, to place his chariot in the midst of the two armies. The Lord, having placed the chariot between the two armies, in front of Bhisma and Drona etc., asked Arjuna to behold the Karns. Having seen his kinsmen, he was filled with compassion and sadness, that he cast away his bow and arrows, and slumped into the seat of the chariot. The second chapter starts with Sanjaya telling Dhrtarastra, what Lord Krsna had said to Arjuna, when he was overwhelmed with grief.