There is no specific mention of Kritavarma’s death in the Mahabharata. According to the epic, Kritavarma was a Yadava warrior who fought on the Kaurava side in the Kurukshetra war. He was a close friend of Duryodhana, the eldest Kaurava brother, and was known for his valor and skill in battle.
Kritavarma played a significant role in the Kurukshetra war, and he was responsible for killing many notable warriors on the Pandava side, including Satyaki and Uttara’s son Sweta. He also fought against Lord Krishna, who was on the Pandava side.
After the Kurukshetra war ended, Kritavarma and a few other warriors from the Kaurava side, including Ashwatthama, plotted to attack the Pandava camp at night and kill the remaining Pandava warriors, including their sons. However, their plan was foiled by Lord Krishna, who convinced them to spare the Pandava children.
There is no mention of Kritavarma’s death in the Mahabharata, and it is not clear how he died or who killed him.