Dushasana obeyed the orders of his elder brother and brought Draupadi dragging by holding her hair to the court of Hastinapur where her husbands lost everything in the game of dice to Duryodhana. Draupadi was informed everything that occurred to her husbands and that they had lost themselves and then her in the game of dice. To that, Draupadi complained that the one who was himself a slave had no authority to bet on someone who was free from any slavery. The argument of the queen was just and all the people in the court acknowledged but Duryodhana was not convinced and was adamant on the fact that he had own everything including Draupadi.
Duryodhana then ordered his brother Dushasana to rip off the clothes from Draupadi's body in the court since Draupadi was their dasi or slave and was not supposed to wear the dresses worn by a queen. Most of the people present in the court of Hastinapur condemned the act of Duryodhana but none was brave enough to oppose him directly. Thus, Dushasana started to scratch away the clothes of Draupadi and at that time Lord Krishana, due to the prayer of Draupadi, appeared in the court, though not visible to all and supplied ample of clothes to the queen in such a way that Dushasana was tired to take away all the clothes from the queen's body. Ultimately he fell down and was not able to rip off Draupadi's clothes. Thus Draupadi was saved from any shame in the court by Lord Krishna.