Here’s How Lord Shri Krishna was killed and why Gandhari cursed him

After the end of the Mahabharata war, when Yudhishthira was being crowned, Gandhari, the mother of Kauravas, blamed Krishna for the Mahabharata war and cursed that just as the dynasty of Kauravas was destroyed, in the same way the Yadu dynasty was also destroyed.

After the end of the Mahabharata war, when Yudhishthira was being crowned, Gandhari, the mother of Kauravas, blamed Krishna for the Mahabharata war and cursed that just as the dynasty of Kauravas was destroyed, in the same way the Yadu dynasty was also destroyed. Will happen. Due to the curse, Shri Krishna returned to Dwarka and came to Prabhas area with Yaduvanshis. After a few days, there was a dispute between Satyaki and Kritavarma while discussing the Mahabharata-war. Satyaki angrily cut off Kritavarma’s head. Due to this a mutual war broke out between them and they started killing each other by dividing into groups.

In this battle, almost all Yaduvanshi including Sri Krishna’s son Pradyumna and friend Satyaki were killed, only Babru and Daruk remained, who later carried forward the Yadu dynasty.

After composing all his pastimes, Shri Krishna made Dwarka his abode and left the body in Prabhas Kshetra near Somnath. Actually, Lord Krishna was very upset after seeing the destruction of his clan in this area of ​​influence. They started living there since then. One day he was resting under a tree when a fowler mistook him as a deer and shot him an arrow. This arrow hit his feet and then he decided to leave the body.

Bali was the fowler: Janshruti says that one day he was lying in yoga nidra under a peepal tree in the forest of this influence area, when a fowler named ‘Zara’ mistakenly mistaking him as a deer and fired a poisoned arrow, which went to the soles of his feet and hit God. Shri Krishna gave up his body on the pretext of this. But this too was only one of his pastimes.

According to mythological beliefs, the Lord had taken an incarnation as Rama in Treta and shot an arrow by hiding Bali.

At the time of Krishna incarnation, God made the same Bali as a fowler named Jara and chose the same death for himself as he had given to Bali.

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