Srimad Bhagvata Mahapurana: Book 10: Chapter 75: Verses 1-16
The king (Pariksit) submitted : Holy sage you told me just now that all the kings, sages and gods who had assembled there rejoiced at the grand success of the Rajasuya sacrifice performed by Yudhisthira and that Duryodhana was the only exception in this matter. 0 worshipful one, please tell me the reason of this. Sri Suka replied : Pariksit, your grandfather, Yudhisthira, was a great soul. Bound to him with ties of affection all his relations took upon themselves some form of service or other during the sacrifice. Bhima was placed in charge of the kitchen, Duryodhana was master of the treasury, Sahadeva was entrusted with the duty of honouring the guests; while Nakula had the charge of procuring supplies. Arjuna waited upon the elders, and Sri Krsna took upon Himself the duty of washing the feet of the guests. Draupadi attended to the work of serving food, while the magnanimous Kama was entrusted with the duty of bestowing gifts. Similarly Satyaki, Vikarna, Hardikya, Vidura, Bhurisrava and the other sons of Bahlika, Santardana and others were entrusted with one duty or other. All of them endeavoured to perform their respective duties to the satisfaction of Yudhisthira. Pariksit ! after the priests and supervisors of the sacrifice, men of learning, friends and relations had been duly honoured with sweet words, rich presents and sacrificial fees and Sisupala had entered the feet of the Lord, Yudhisthira went to the Ganga to perform the concluding ablutions. While the ceremony was being so performed, various instruments of music like the Mrdanga, conch, drum, kettledrum, tabor and trumpet were played upon.