Krishna appears before the distraught Draupadi as an answer to her prayers. He picks up a tiny piece of a green leaf sticking to the Akshaya Patra and puts it into his mouth, offering it to Sage Durvasa.No sooner than He eats this with relish, Sage Durvasa and others burp as though they had eaten a heavy meal. They get up and take leave of Yudhishtra and others, saying they were in no position to eat any more. Durvasa then tells Yudhishtra that Duryodhana had sent him here to partake feast and bless them. He then blesses the Pandavas and leaves. Duryodhana is once again angry and frustrated that none of his plans have the desired effect on the Pandavas.
Shakuni has a new plan to destroy the Pandavas. He takes Duryodhana to meet Sage Kalamuni, who is a disciple of Sage Jabali and is well versed in Atharvana Veda. He could use magical intonations and do midnight puja to invoke asuras or demons and kill the Pandavas.