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After the death of Sri Krishna, what happened to his belongings? I heard somewhere that his flute is still hidden in some secret place in India. Is there any scriptural evidence to prove that his belongings other than his heart are hidden somewhere in India.

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    @JoWehler i think this is just your opinion. But on contrary, Many Hindus believe Sri Krishna as pure Consciousness who manifested on Earth as Avatar to establish Dharma some 5000 Years ago. So, there's no second question of considering Him as fiction here by users or by OP. – The Destroyer Aug 18 '16 at 13:43
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    Even I have heard about this long ago, but I don't remember :-( I was trying to find but couldn't. And I think it's really important to know. – Krishna Shweta Aug 18 '16 at 13:48
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    @jowehler That is only because, to the westerner, "history" as is defined by the western sciences starts only about 3000 years ago. That is not an accurate measuring rod for claiming that Krishna is merely belief or fiction. Western education falls painfully short in many aspects. One must be cognizant of this before making assertions about concepts and entities much older than the civilization or history or education one is familiar with. – user1195 Aug 19 '16 at 10:22
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    @JoWehler FYI, Hinduism acknowledges three forms of exploration of knowledge - mantra, tantra and yantra. Western education is only familiar with one form, viz, yantra. So an inferior system (with only 1 form of exploration) making over-arching judgements about a superior system (with multiple paths) is naive at best. – user1195 Aug 19 '16 at 12:41
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    @moonstar2001 i agree with you. Our education system has been destroyed by foreign invaders since thousands of years. They took our knowledge to their countries and spread out as theirs. – Ram Aug 19 '16 at 13:34

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