Maharaj Susharma is a minor character mentioned in the Hindu epic Mahabharata. He was the king of the Trigarta kingdom, which was located in present-day Punjab in northern India.
Susharma was initially a friend of the Kauravas, the main antagonists in the Mahabharata, and had even allied with them in the Kurukshetra war against the Pandavas. However, during the war, he switched sides and fought on the side of the Pandavas.
Susharma’s most significant contribution to the war came during the 13th day, when he led a Trigarta army against the Pandavas. He was eventually defeated by Arjuna, one of the Pandava brothers, and was taken prisoner along with his army.
After the war, Susharma was released by the Pandavas, and he returned to his kingdom. He continued to rule the Trigarta kingdom for several years and was considered a wise and just ruler. However, his ultimate fate is not mentioned in the Mahabharata.