Srimad-Bhagavatam: Canto 10 - Chapter 1 - Verse 18


आयोधनं तद्रथवाजिकुञ्जर-द्विपत्खरोष्ट्रैररिणावखण्डितै: ।बभौ चितं मोदवहं मनस्विना-माक्रीडनं भूतपतेरिवोल्बणम् ॥ १८ ॥


āyodhanaṁ tad ratha-vāji-kuñjara-dvipat-kharoṣṭrair ariṇāvakhaṇḍitaiḥbabhau citaṁ moda-vahaṁ manasvināmākrīḍanaṁ bhūta-pater ivolbaṇam


The battlefield, strewn with the dismembered chariots, horses, elephants, humans, mules and camels that had been cut to pieces by the Lord’s disc weapon, shone like the gruesome playground of Lord Bhūtapati, giving pleasure to the wise.


Śrīla Prabhupāda describes this scene as follows: “Although the devastated battlefield appeared like the dancing place of Lord Śiva at the time of the dissolution of the world, the warriors who were on the side of Kṛṣṇa were very much encouraged by seeing this, and they fought with greater strength.”