the Yadavas went to Prabhasa for a holiday, they drank wine freely and indulged in a
bitter internecine fight. As a result the entire Yadava race was destroyed; only Shri
Krishna, his brother Balarama and two others, Daruka and Babhru, survived.
Shri Krishna then sent his charioteer, Daruka, to Hastinapura
with the news and a message to Arjuna to come to Dwarka to look after the women and
children of the tribe. He then consoled the forlorn women and children; they were to
accompany Arjuna to Hastinapura, as he foresaw that Dwarka would be swallowed up by
the sea. Having consoled them, he left Dwarka and retired to a dense forest.