Krishna, the yug purush

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This is the story of the most enigmatic man of the era; the man who, despite being a mortal, was superhuman in every way.
Krishna was a visionary who could see into the future, and tried in his own way to make it better, accepting what he could not change. A brilliant strategist, he manipulated people to achieve the end goal—yet never for the wrong reasons. The powers he exhibited are in all of us; only we are not aware of them and have no idea how to activate or harness them.
This book reveals how Krishna directed his immense powers to make the earth a better place to live in for future generations. He stood for love, friendship and harmony, yet did not hesitate to destroy, if it meant the destruction of evil. The ninety-nine sons of Dhritrashtra have been equated with the many faces of corruption, and when corruption reaches its peak, there is born a person like Krishna, who uses every means at his disposal to snuff it out.
That is why he is the Yug Purush—one who stands out, and above, everyone else.
About the author
Savita Singh, an MPhil in psychology from Delhi University and a war widow, has been writing since 1979 and has more than 400 published articles, short stories and poems to her credit. These include sixteen books, ranging from children’s literature and romance to war and terrorism.

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