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Who is Sweta in Mahabharata?
Sweta was son of King Virata. He was a commander of the Pandava army and caused great damage to the Kaurava side on the first day of the battle itself. Bhishma had to use Brahmastra to kill him. Sweta's relationship with his father was not good. Sweta was known for his inappropriate and unruly ways but reformed after he came in touch with the Pandavas.

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