4-39-1 Sanskrit verse
Viraat`a Parva, Volume 4
Sarvaan jana padaan jitvaa
vittam aachchhidya keevalam
madhye dhanasya tisht`haami
1. vittam = money.
2. dhanam = vittam = money.
3. sarvaan = all (in dative case).
4. jitvaa = having defeated (Subordinated clause end)
5. jana padaan = States (or city states. In Objective case).
6. madhyee = amidst (after inflection for the preposition 'in')
7. tisht`aami = I sit (tisht` = infinitive of verb meaning to sit; aami = verb conjugation for first
person simple present tense).
Arjuna was in Virata Kingdom for one year. At the end of the 'incognito' period, he revealed himself to Uttara s/o Virata. When asked by Uttara to explain the meaning of Arjuna's ten names, he explained the meaning of his name 'Dhananjaya'.
"Having defeated all the countries, having pooled up money, I sit amidst the heaps. Hence I am called Dhanamjaya."
*What a great plunderer!
COMPARISON WITH WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR:
In 1066, William the Conqueror, The Duke of Normandy invaded England. He could anoint himself as the king of England only after burning and plundering the South East England.
Plundering and burning was a part of conquering of ancient races including Asian and European races like Danes, Germans, French, Aryans, Chinese.