Entertaining, suspenseful, and fascinating, it reveals the miracles Krishna performed as a child and youth and the great battles he fought against King Kamsa’s demonic sorcerers. It also shows Krishna’s playful, fun-loving side that made him irresistible to his village neighbors.
Acclaimed author, monk and yogi, Amala Bhakta Das based his book on five of India’s ancient scriptures. Although his account reads like a modern page-turner, it also manages to be highly thought-provoking, spiritually informative, and easily understandable. Unlike other books about Krishna, the author does not indulge in heavy philosophical commentary or theological arguments. Instead, he deepens the reader’s involvement in Krishna’s remarkable activities, providing an exciting, moving, and inspiring experience. It’s a continuous meditation that brings one ever-increasingly closer to Krishna. Both adults and children will relish and appreciate this new book.