Yudhishthira appointed Bhima as the commander of Hastinapur. Upon the onset of the Kali yuga, Bhima and the other Pandavas retired. Giving up all their belongings and ties, the Pandavas made their final journey of pilgrimage to the Himalayas. On the journey, the group, one-by-one, begins to fall. When Bhima tires and falls down, he asks his elder brother why he, Bhima, is unable to complete the journey to heaven. Yudhishthira explains his brother’s vice of gluttony. In some versions of the story, Yudhishthira points out Bhima’s boastfulness, pride, and battle-lust as the reasons for his fall.