This book is the saga of a legendary woman who took the trail of life with utmost guts and left behind a legacy to be learned. She inadvertently depicted the powers of feminism through her life by fighting for her rights and equality in about 3139 B.C. She is a mystifying woman with a powerful voice, a voice that I’ve not heard but could perceive through the way she lived. If Mahabharata was an intricately woven saga of hatred and love, bloodshed and noble thoughts, courage and cowardice, victory and defeat then Krsnaa Panchali is it’s shinning jewel, casting the shadow of her towering personality. Her relationship with Krishna was truly an epitome of unconditional love and friendship, and of undying faith and immortal adoration. This is a narration about Krsnaa by Krishna who stood by her through thick and thin.