These tiny treasures of metaphysical and mythological knowledge serve as enlightening rubrics for understanding Indian tradition and theology. Exquisitely illustrated, this series serves as a contemporary matrix for illuminating our human experience and offers insightful access into Eastern spirituality.
Krishna’s life, his beauty, and his virtue are the basis of a great mystical tradition that stretches back to antiquity. Though supremely powerful, he is carefree, full of love and charm. At the same time, he shares some of our most basic human qualities and lives in ways familiar to us. The tales of his divine life inspire insight into the apparent contradiction between human and spiritual love.
These enchanting stories follow the youthful Krishna through his many pastimes. From dancing on the head of the serpent-demon Kaliya to sheltering the cowherd villagers from Indra’s wrathful rain, Krishna: Lord of Love speaks about life, love and devotion in a most intriguing way.