The Ashtgandha of Krishna : The fragrance of Krishna was intoxicating. Krishna was known for being an imposter. He would camouflage his identity and acquire various shapes and forms. Many scriptures claim that his fragrance was similar to jasmine. Rather, it was a mixture of Jasmine and sandal (Gopika-chandan). It is also termed as “Ashtgandha”.
Krishna’s many forms : Myths have it that Krishna had the power to change forms. From the silky skin to the hard masculine form, Krishna possessed both varieties of human body. During the war his body used to turn as hard as Vajra. It was possible because Krishna had mastered the craft of Yoga and Kalaripattu.
Forever Young : When Krishna died at the age of 119, his hairs were still black and there were no wrinkles on him. It means he aged so well that he remained absolutely untouched by the effects of old age that no average human being can survive.
In Dwarika : Located on the shore of Gujrat, Dwarika was the favorite city of Krishna. Every single building in Dwarika was constructed as was desired by Krishna. But very few people know that he never lived in his favorite adobe for more than six months. Dwarika was constructed by Vishwakarma and Maydanav. It is said that Vishwakarma and Maydanav were the architects of gods and demons (Dev-Asura) respectively.
How Dwarika was destroyed : If Puranas and the popular myth are to be believed, then Dwarika had sunk into sea and thus had ceased to exist. However, there is also an another theory that Dwarika was already destroyed before it submerged into deep sea to be lost in oblivion forever.