Hanuman tried to explain to Pondrak but instead he tried to kill him with the duplicate Sudarshan Chakra.
Hanuman broke the chakra and threw it off and returned and told Krishna that Pondruk was not going to change his way and he wanted permission to kill him.
Shri Krishna said that since he was performing atrocities in Krishna’s impersonation, he was Krishna’s offender and hence he would punish him when the right time came.
Balram was also vey angry with Pondruk but Krishna pacified him and asked him to have patience. Here, Pondruk sent the monkey Dwividh to kill Hanuman.
Pondruk’s uncle Veermani whose state Pondruk had snatched away from him, was a great devotee of Krishna.
Pondruk tried to kill Veermani but Krishna saved him with delusion. To scare Krishna, Pondruk sent a message asking him to surrender.
Balram lost his temper at the threatening message but Krishna gave the messenger assurance of safety and forgave him. Pondruk to prove his strength and power sent Dwividh monkey on the Gandhmadhan Mountain to get the divine lotus.
Hanuman stopped him from taking the lotus. Hanuman and Dwividh fought over this, Hanuman purposely became the captive.
When he was brought to Pondruk’s state for punishment, he then broke the chains and destroyed Pondrak’s city.
He even destroyed the jail and set free all the prisoners. Pondruk’s uncle Veermani was also freed. There in a fight, Hanuman made Pondruk’s friend Kashiraj and Dwividh monkey unconscious.
After this, Pondruk ordered Dwividh to destroy the city of Dwarka. Dwividh reached Dwarka and created havoc. The people were worried.
Balram hit the huge monkey with his plough and he was killed. At this, Pondruk got very angry and attacked Dwarka.
Getting the news from the spy about the attack, Shri Krishna and Balram started the preparations for the war.
On the ground of war, there was the army of the oppressor Pondruk and his friends and on the other side was the army of Krishna and Balram. Then, a fierce battle started between religion and irreligion.