Krishna, one of the most loved Gods of the Hindus, spent one full life time in the form of a human being on this earth. He performed many miracles, attracted innumerable devotees, destroyed many asuraas, helped and guided the Paandavaas in the battle of Kurukshethra and ultimately ascended to heaven. The dialogue between Krishna and Arjuna at the advent of the Mahabharata War is the famous Bhagavad Geeta. It is one of the most revered books of the Hindus and the advice given and the arguments put forward by Krishna in the Geeta are invaluable assets for the whole of humanity at all times. The book narrates stories from the life of Krishna, starting from his miraculous birth through his naughty childhood, heroic youth, and profound teachings to humanity in the form of the Bhagavad Geeta and Uddhava Geeta, and his final ascendance to Vaikunttha.