SB 10.82.7-8

te rathair deva-dhiṣṇyābhair
 hayaiś ca tarala-plavaiḥ
gajair nadadbhir abhrābhair
 nṛbhir vidyādhara-dyubhiḥ
vyarocanta mahā-tejāḥ
 pathi kāñcana-mālinaḥ
 kalatraiḥ khe-carā iva
te — they; rathaiḥ — with (soldiers riding) chariots; deva — of demigods; dhiṣṇya — the airplanes; ābhaiḥ — resembling; hayaiḥ — horses; ca — and; tarala — (like) waves; plavaiḥ — whose movement; gajaiḥ — elephants; nadadbhiḥ — bellowing; abhra — clouds; ābhaiḥ — resembling; nṛbhiḥ — and foot soldiers; vidyādhara — (like) Vidyādhara demigods; dyubhiḥ — effulgent; vyarocanta — (the Yādava princes) appeared resplendent; mahā — very; tejāḥ — powerful; pathi — on the road; kāñcana — gold; mālinaḥ — having necklaces; divya — divine; srak — having flower garlands; vastra — dress; sannāhāḥ — and armor; kalatraiḥ — with their wives; khe-carāḥ — demigods who fly in the sky; iva — as if.
The mighty Yādavas passed with great majesty along the road. They were attended by their soldiers, who rode on chariots rivaling the airplanes of heaven, on horses moving with a rhythmic gait, and on bellowing elephants as huge as clouds. Also with them were many infantrymen as effulgent as celestial Vidyādharas. The Yādavas were so divinely dressed — being adorned with gold necklaces and flower garlands and wearing fine armor — that as they proceeded along the road with their wives they seemed to be demigods flying through the sky.