Supreme commander of the Pandava forces and twin brother of Draupadi. Dhrishtadyumna (Sanskrit: dhṛṣṭadyumna, meaning "daring [and having] splendor" or similar), also known as Draupada, was the son of Drupada and brother of Draupadi and Shikhandi in the epic Mahabharata. He was the commander of the Pandava army during the Kurukshetra War. Dhrishtadyumna killed Drona, the royal guru, when he was meditating which was against the rules of engagement. Drona's son Ashwatthama, then killed Prince Dhrishtadyumna, on the 18th night of the war.