Krishna Yogeshvara : The Dice of Kutil Dharma (Lord Krishna Trilogy, #2)

by Sanjay Dixit
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Description in a Flash, Krishna took out the Sudarshana chakra from its holder near his waist and threw it at Shishupala. The chakra took his head off and returned back to Krishna. Krishna yogeshvara, the second volume in the Lord Krishna trilogy, seamlessly weaves a mystical, awe-inspiring narrative of the Leela of Krishna through the least explored aspect of his life—the years in between the killing of kamsa and the start of the great War of Mahabharata. Krishna’s favourite cousin, uddhava, through his pristine narration, connects the episodes of how krishna employs him to reconcile with radha, leading to krishna’s growing-up years as a student and a warrior Yogi. The book traces the evolution of Krishna from a precocious adolescent to a person fully in control of his consciousness —someone who is capable of offering the best solution using the stratagem of sama, dama, danda, bheda to every situation in accordance with dharma. Krishna’s understanding of dharma is of the highest order, and his understanding transcends to that of the highest yogi. That is why he is revered as the yogeshvara—one who fulfils patanjali’s definition of a yogi. The book explores the deep recesses of the minds of the various characters and how they interact with Krishna. The author intertwines the narrative of traditional Krishna stories with a touch of realism, using the technique of uddhava’s narration with his own. As the two paths converge, the villains and antagonists of the great epic also come to the fore and are vanquished strategically by krishna’s brilliance. Kutil dharma, so brutal earlier, transmogrifies into a subtle but more devastating form; yet, he cannot escape the sharp eye of Krishna. The book ends with the Kauravas and the Pandava armies arrayed against each other, with Arjuna refusing to fight, setting the stage for the recital of Bhagat Gita.
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