The Kurukshetra Battle is considered to be the most intense war of the Dwapara Yuga, lasting for 18 days. Out of all participants, only 12 survived, with 8 from the Pandavas' side and 4 from the Kauravas' side.
From Pandavas side :
Five Pandavas: Yudhishthira, Bhima, Arjuna, Nakula, and Sahadeva
The eldest of the Pandavas is considered to be the wisest and most virtuous of the five. He is depicted as a just and honest ruler, who always follows the path of dharma (righteousness). He is also a skilled warrior, but he values peace and non-violence and prefers to use his intelligence and diplomacy to resolve conflicts.
Second-eldest of the Pandavas and is considered to be the strongest and most powerful of the five. Bhima is depicted as a mighty warrior and a fearless fighter, who possesses incredible strength and endurance. He is also depicted as a loyal brother and a devoted husband.
Third-eldest of the Pandavas and is considered to be the most skilled warrior of the five. Arjuna is depicted as a fearless and skilled warrior, who is unmatched with a bow and arrow. He is also depicted as a wise and just ruler, who values righteousness and justice.
Fourth-eldest of the Pandavas and is considered to be the most handsome and skilled in horsemanship of the five.
Nakula is depicted as a brave and skilled warrior, who is also renowned for his good looks and his expertise in horsemanship. He is also depicted as a compassionate and noble character, who values righteousness and justice.
Youngest of the Pandavas and is considered to be the wisest and most learned of the five. Sahadeva is depicted as a wise and knowledgeable prince, who is well-versed in the sacred scriptures and is skilled in divination and astrology. He is also depicted as a brave and loyal warrior.
Sri Krishna is depicted as an incarnation (avatar) of the Hindu god Vishnu, who has taken human form to guide the Pandavas and to restore dharma (righteousness) to the world. He is revered as a wise and compassionate teacher, who teaches the principles of dharma to Arjuna and to other characters in the epic. He was the charioteer of Arjuna. It was Krishna due to which Pandavas won the Kurukshetra war.
A close ally of the Pandava prince, Arjuna, fought alongside the Pandavas in the Kurukshetra War. Satyaki is depicted as a skilled and fearless warrior, who is known for his courage and his devotion to the Pandavas. He is also depicted as a noble and just character, who values righteousness and justice.
Son of Dhritarashtra, the blind king of Hastinapura, and a servant woman. Yuyutsu was one of the few Kauravas who did not take part in the Kurukshetra War and instead sided with the Pandavas.
From Kaurava's side :
A close ally of the Kauravas, who fought against the Pandavas in the Kurukshetra War. Kritavarma is depicted as a skilled and fearless warrior, who is known for his loyalty to the Kauravas. He is also depicted as a cunning and cunning character, who is willing to do whatever it takes to protect the Kauravas.
Prince of the Kuru dynasty and a close ally of the Kauravas. He served as the teacher of the Pandavas and the Kauravas and was known for his wisdom and knowledge of the scriptures.
Son Karna, a young warrior who fought in the Kurukshetra war on the side of the Kauravas, is known for his bravery and determination by his father Karna. Despite his association with the Kauravas, he was portrayed as noble and just who valued modesty and justice.
Son of Dronacharya, and a powerful warrior who fought in the battle of Kurukshetra on the side of the Kauravas. Ashvatthama is depicted as a fierce and skilled warrior, known for his bravery and loyalty to the Kauravas. Association with the Kauravas also portrays him as a complex and subtle character driven by a mixture of anger, pride, and desire for revenge. Ashvatthama is considered a symbol of the darker side of warrior culture and a reminder of the consequences of uncontrolled anger and revenge They and their families died.