Chapter 1. Despondency of Arjuna: Verse 16
नकुल: सहदेवश्च सुघोषमणिपुष्पकौ ||
nakulah sahadevashcha sughosha-manipushpakau
Nakula (blew) Sughosha, Sahadeva (blew) ManiPushpaka
Commentary & Explanation
As Krishna, Arjuna, Bhima blew their conches; Yudhisthira, Nakula, Sahadeva followed and blew their respective conches named Ananta Vijaya, Sughosha & ManiPushpaka.
Yudhisthira was the eldest son of Kunti, he was born from the boon from Yama Dharma (Deity of Time/Death), he was popular as DharmaRaya meaning, king of righteousness, for he lived a righteous life all his life.
Nakula & Sahadeva were the twins born to Madri from invoking Ashwini Devatas (deities of beauty and medicine).
|Anantavijayam||Conch named anantavijayam which was used by Yudhisthira|
|Kunti-Putro||Son of Kunti; Putra=Son|
|Yudhishthira||First son of Kunti & Pandu|
|Nakula||First son of Madri & Pandu; 4th Pandava (Twin of Sahadeva)|
|Sahadeva||Second son of Madri & Pandu; 5th Pandava(Twin of Nakula)|
|Sughosha||Conch of nakulah; That which sounds sweet|
|Manipushpaka||Conch of sahadeva; Mani=jewels, Pushpa=flower|