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SB 10.75.39

sa vrīḍito ’vag-vadano ruṣā jvalan
 niṣkramya tūṣṇīṁ prayayau gajāhvayam
hā-heti śabdaḥ su-mahān abhūt satām
 ajāta-śatrur vimanā ivābhavat
babhūva tūṣṇīṁ bhagavān bhuvo bharaṁ
 samujjihīrṣur bhramati sma yad-dṛśā
saḥ — he, Duryodhana; vrīḍitaḥ — embarrassed; avāk — held down; vadanaḥ — whose face; ruṣā — with anger; jvalan — burning; niṣkramya — exiting; tūṣṇīm — silently; prayayau — he went off; gaja-āhvayam — to Hastināpura; - iti — “alas, alas”; śabdaḥ — the sound; su-mahān — very great; abhūt — arose; satām — from the saintly persons; ajāta-śatruḥ — King Yudhiṣṭhira; vimanāḥ — depressed; iva — somewhat; abhavat — became; babhūva — was; tūṣṇīm — silent; bhagavān — the Supreme Lord; bhuvaḥ — of the earth; bharam — the burden; samujjihīrṣuḥ — wanting to remove; bhramati sma — (Duryodhana) became deluded; yat — whose; dṛśā — by the glance.
Humiliated and burning with anger, Duryodhana turned his face down, left without uttering a word and went back to Hastināpura. The saintly persons present loudly cried out, “Alas, alas!” and King Yudhiṣṭhira was somewhat saddened. But the Supreme Lord, whose mere glance had bewildered Duryodhana, remained silent, for His intention was to remove the burden of the earth.

Śrīla Prabhupāda writes: “When Duryodhana left in such an angry mood, everyone regretted the incident, and King Yudhiṣṭhira also became very sorry. But despite all occurrences, Kṛṣṇa was silent. He did not say anything against or in favor of the incident. It appeared that Duryodhana had been put into illusion by the supreme will of Lord Kṛṣṇa, and this was the beginning of the enmity between the two sects of the Kuru dynasty. This appeared to be a part of Kṛṣṇa’s plan in His mission to decrease the burden of the world.”