SB 10.73.32

gatvā te khāṇḍava-prasthaṁ
 śaṅkhān dadhmur jitārayaḥ
harṣayantaḥ sva-suhṛdo
 durhṛdāṁ cāsukhāvahāḥ
Word for word: 
gatvā — arriving; te — they; khāṇḍava-prastham — at Indraprastha; śaṅkhān — their conchshells; dadhmuḥ — blew; jita — having defeated; arayaḥ — their enemy; harṣayantaḥ — delighting; sva — their; suhṛdaḥ — well-wishers; durhṛdām — to their enemies; ca — and; asukha — displeasure; āvahāḥ — bringing.
Translation: 
When they arrived at Indraprastha, the victorious heroes blew their conchshells, bringing joy to their well-wishing friends and sorrow to their enemies.