Krishna Meets Uttanka
Once Yudhisthira was crowned the king of Hastinapur, Krishna decided to
return to Dwarka. On his way, he met a sage called Uttanka. He asked
Krishna all about the war. Krishna told him everthing.
Uttanka was furious and thought that Krishna should have stopped the
war. Krishna then appeared in his divine form and Uttanka was delighted.
Krishna told him to ask for a boon. The sage said, "Whenever I want
water, it should be available." Krishna blessed Uttanka and went away.
Some days later, Uttanka was travelling across a desert and felt
thirsty. Soon after, a man from a low caste appeared with water. Uttanka
refused to accept water from him. Later, Krishna appeared and told
Uttanka that the man was actually Indra in disguise. Uttanka was very
ashamed of his behaviour.