7.Sri Krishna’s Kurukshetra Lila :
“How did you recognise us?” he asked.
Sri Krishna replied, “Fire cannot be hidden even if it is covered by a bushel or smothered by ashes. Your greatness can be seen by your demeanour, though you are dressed as Brahmins.”
After replying thus and receiving the gratitude and respect of the disguised Pandava brothers, Sri Krishna returned to Dvarka without saying anything further on that occasion.
The next important association of Sri Krishna with the Pandavas was when Dhritarashtra grudgingly granted a rocky, stony piece of land to the Pandava brothers for their residence—called Pandavaprastha, which is now called Indraprastha.
Again, Sri Krishna came and assisted the Pandavas, especially Arjuna, in making the land fertile and beautiful with the help of angelic associates such as Maya Danava, who built a great, unsurpassed, glittering palace for the Pandavas.
With that, his particular function was over.
He went back to Dvarka once again, and never returned.
To be continued ....