Their Last Conversation Updivine

Their Last Conversation

It is said that after that fateful night, Lord Krishna left for his mission, and eventually became the famous and got the title of ‘Dwarkadhish’.
But after that Radha and Krishna only once had a very brief meeting, that too in the middle of the war of Mahabharata; where Radha was supporting the Pandavas and was representing her village. So when Krishna saw Radha after so many years, there was an uncontrollable flow of tears from his eyes. Witnessing this Radha started smiling. And when Krishna enquired the reason for the lovely smile in the middle of an extremely emotional meet, she said: 
“I am happy for the fact that though the great Dwarikadhish lives, laughs and smiles for the world; his eyes still tears only for me.”
And actually, it is said that this was their last conversation, and they never met in their lives again.

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