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Central Kosala, the original Kosala ruled by Rama, still had Ayodhya as its capital during the times of Mahabharata and was ruled by Dheerghayaghnya.
After Rama, his sons Lava and Kusha inherited the kingdom which was divided into North Kosala, to the north of Ayodhya and East Kosala, to the east of Ayodhya. During the times of Gautama Buddha, Sravasti was one of the six largest cities in India.
Buddhaghosa, a 5th century Buddhist scholar says that the city had a population of 180 million during the times of Buddha.
However, Abhimanyu, the son of Arjuna who has partial knowledge of breaking the Chakryavyuha formation, where in he knows how to enter it but not how to exit, takes up the challenge and enter the Chakrya Vyuha.
It is in this battle that Brihadbala, along with Ashvaththaama, Karna, Kritavarma, Krupacharya, Drona pounce upon Abhimanyu at the same time violating the rules of the war, in an effort to kill the heroic son of Arjuna.