Satyaki was a warrior who fought on the side of the Pandavas in the Kurukshetra war, the central conflict in the Hindu epic Mahabharata. He was a Yadava prince and a close friend of Lord Krishna.
Satyaki was the son of Satyaka, who was the son of the Yadava king Shura. He was a skilled archer and charioteer and was considered one of the greatest warriors of his time. In the Kurukshetra war, Satyaki fought on the side of the Pandavas and played a significant role in many of the battles.
Satyaki’s most famous moment in the war came during the 14th day of the war when he killed Bhurisravas, a Kuru warrior who had slain his own grandfather, Somadatta, in battle. This act of revenge was praised by both the Pandavas and Lord Krishna.
Satyaki also played a crucial role in the final battle between Bhishma and the Pandavas. When Arjuna was unable to defeat Bhishma, Satyaki along with Bhima and Dhrishtadyumna, attacked Bhishma from three sides, which led to his fall.
Satyaki survived the war and returned to Dwarka with Lord Krishna, but he later perished along with many other Yadava warriors in a fratricidal war that took place among the Yadavas.