The Almighty God, manifest himself on Earth to protect the saints and innocents as well as to destroy the wicked. In fact, in all the ages, and in every religion God has been manifesting himself with a purpose. In Dwapara Age, Lord Krishna, the very incarnation of God, appeared in Aryabarta with a view to destroying Kansa, the cruel king, and the unjust Kauravas. The great noble deeds of Lord Krishna has been instrumental in the creation of folktales, music, art, literature, and mythology. Thus, Lord Krishna has become an integral part of our life, our culture, and our civilization. He is conveniently used as the central point of reference of values, philosophy, and religion in India.