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Do You know about the demise of Lord Krishna and Pandavas?

Shri Krishna ruled over Dwarka for thirty-six years. The family of the Yadavas of Dwarka had grown very large. One of the princes of this dynasty was called Samb.
Once, a group of saints visited Dwarka. Prince Samb thought of testing their supernatural powers. So, he disguised himself as a pregnant girl and went to them. He asked them whether the baby in the womb was a girl or a boy. The saints were angry and cursed him, “You will bear a pestle which will become the cause of destruction of the entire Yadava Dynasty.”
The curse of the saints eventually turned out to be true and the Yadavas met with their destruction, Balarama died because of grief. As for Krishna, he went to a forest to pass his life. One day, he was sitting under a tree and fell asleep. The soles of his feet were shining brightly. A hunter mistook them for the eyes of a deer and shot an arrow. This arrow killed Krishna on the spot. As soon as the news of the destruction of the Yadavas and the demise of Balarama and Krishna had reached Hastinapur, Yudhishthira decided to renounce the world. So, he enthroned Parikshita, Abhimanyu’s son, as the next king. Then, the five brothers accompanied by Draupadi started for the Himalayas, renouncing their kingdom and all the other luxuries.
The Lord of Heaven, Indra appeared before Yudhishthira and said, “O noble one, welcome to the kingdom of Heaven. You are the most righteous person who ever lived on Earth; therefore we are pleased to welcome you.
A dog also accompanied Yudhishthira. On the way, first Draupadi fell down dead. In response to the question of his brothers, Yudhishthira said she had fallen due to her special preference for Arjuna! Next, Nakul and sahadeva died on the way. Yudhishthira said, “They were very proud of their knowledge and looks.”
Soon Arjuna fell down dead. He had succumbed to his pride about his mastery in archery. Then Bhima also left the mortal coils. Yudhishthira said to himself, “Bhima was excessively infatuated with his eating.” But, the dog remained with Yudhishthira.
Soon they reached the doors of Heaven. The Lord of Heaven, Indra appeared before Yudhishthira and said, “O noble one, welcome to the kingdom of Heaven. You are the most righteous person who ever lived on Earth; therefore we are pleased to welcome you. But there is one condition. This dog cannot be admitted to this holy place. You have to come alone and leave the dog behind.”
To this,Yudhishthira objected, “O lord, I cannot leave this holy creature who has accompanied me through all my trials and tribulations. Either you admit us both, or else I will not enter Heaven.”
On hearing Yudhishthira speaking thus, the dog appeared in the form of Dharma itself and said, “O Yudhishthira, the people in the coming generations will praise and remember you as the most righteous person ever born. Come, let us enjoy heavenly bliss.”

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