Krishna is one such powerful personality about whom everyone wants to know and understand. But unfortunately, his is the only life, which is not available at full length and in detail. And that is the reason why all the questions related to Krishna and his life, have always remained unanswered.
• How did Krishna come out of Kansa's jail?
• What was Krishna-Radha's love all about?
• How and why did Krishna and Radha get separated?
• What are Krishna's Rasleelas?
• Why did Krishna kill Kansa?
• What kind of love did Krishna and Rukmini share?
• Why did Krishna kill so many people?
• What was Krishna's journey from a cowherd boy to Krishna - the king of Dwaraka?
• How many times did Krishna marry?
• How many children did Krishna have?
• What exactly is Yadavasthali? Many such similar questions often arise about the life of Krishna to which no answer can be availed. Because there is no specific scripture which is written exclusively on the life of Krishna; or should we say, which entails the entire life of Krishna. So this book has taken shape after sieving through content from all the scriptures written on Krishna. Some of the prominent scriptures are: Mahabharat, Shatapatha Brahmana, Aitareya Aaranyak, Nirukta, Ashtadhyayi, Garga Samhita, Jataka Katha, Arthashastra, Indika, Harivamsa Purana, Vishnu Puran, Mahabhashya, Padma Purana, Markandey Puran and Kurma Puran.
To speak of the book in one sentence, we can say that, "This is the complete story of a cowherd boy Kanha becoming Shri Krishna," which brings to light Krishna's life as well as his psychology in detail and makes it very easy for the reader to understand the same. In short, this book depicts the entire life of Krishna as a very interesting and engaging story.