the spot where Shri Krishna left his mortal body, is the most hallowed spot in India.
The Mahabharata is definite that the Yadavas, Andhakas and
Vrishnis destroyed each other at Prabhasa, and Shri Krishna and Balarama died there.
There is no dispute as to the location of Prabhasa, for it was situated on the
coast where river Sarasvati joins the sea. The Puranic references also indicate that
Prabhasa, the Raivataka mountain and Shri Krishna's capital Dwarka were near each other.
Raivataka is the modern Gir Hill range, which runs along the southern coast of Kathiawar.