This book is a dramatic presentation in three Acts about one of the most significant episodes of the Shrimad Bhagavatam the birth of Lord Krishna. It is a story about the atrocities committed by King Kamsa and his subsequent fall and death by Krishna.
ACT ONE deals with the tragic fate of Devaki and Vasudeva, Krishna`s parents, and their incarceration into prison.
ACT TWO is a joyous account of Krishna`s early childhood, his divine relationship with the Gopis and Radha.
ACT THREE sees the culmination of the divine prophecy, and the death of Kamsa.
About the Author:
Nandlal Tulsiram has written several papers on Hindu religion and philosophy and is now working on the `Poetic Imagery of Tulasidasa`s Ramacharitamanasa`. He has most recently written a paper on `Mahatma Gandhi in South Africa` and is planning to write a novelette soon.