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In the Lost City of Sri Krishna
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Foreword by Sri Bhakti Yog Swamiji

Introduction
Dwarakanatha, the Lord of Dwaraka

1 Dwarakadhish

2 The Wedding

3 Badarikashrama

4 The Kurus

5 Draupadi Swayamvara

6 The Abduction of Rukmini

7 Satyabhama and Jambavati

8 The Grand Elopement

9 Krishna's Wives

10 Sons of Krishna

11 Various Episodes

12 Indraprastha

13 Jarasandha

14 Rajasuya

15 Salva

16 Pandavas

17 Kamyaka

18 Dwaitavana

19 Dwaraka

20 The Himalayas

21 Duryodhana

22 Trials

23 Matsya

24 The Cattle Rustlers

25 Upaplavya

26 Ambassador to the Kurus

27 Radheya

28 Preparations for War

29 The Mahabharata War

30 Succeeding Days of Battle

31 Bhishma

32 Abhimanyu

33 Drona

34 Aswatthama

35 Karna

36 Suyodhana

37 Drauni

38 The Dowager Queens

39 Devavrata

40 Parikshit

41 Vidura

42 Yadavas

43 Uddhava

44 Purushottama

Glossary of Sanskrit Terms

Index

About the Author

Mataji Devi Vanamali has written several books on the gods of the Hindu pantheon, including Shakti, Hanuman, Shiva, The Complete Life of Krishna, and The Complete Life of Rama, as well as translating the Bhagavad Gita. She is the founder and president of Vanamali Gita Yoga Ashram Trust, dedicated to sharing the wisdom of Sanatana Dharma and charitable service to children. She lives at the Vanamali ashram in Rishikesh, northern India.

Reviews

"Vanamali transports the reader to Lord Krishna's heavenly kingdom of Dwaraka. Her devotion invites the reader to make a leap in consciousness and to join her on an ecstatic pilgrimage to the heart of Mother India's legendary wisdom." * Arvind Bruce Burger, author of Esoteric Anatomy: The Body as Consciousness *
"In the Lost City of Sri Krishna is an enthralling journey from India's leading female mystic. Vanamali's intricate accounts of higher Vedic civilizations and culture will entertain and satisfy not only students of yoga but all those interested in the secrets of India, which only adept mystics can reveal." * Nischala Cryer, author of The Four Stages of Yoga and cofounder of Ananda University *
"This inspired book by Vanamali not only brings to life the events at the time when Sri Krishna ruled over Dwaraka but also imparts profound wisdom and uplifts spiritually. It lovingly connects us to one of the main pillars of India's great tradition, Sri Krishna." * Maria Wirth, writer/researcher of India's heritage and spiritual traditions *
"Which of us has not imagined ourself as a character in His great play? In In the Lost City of Sri Krishna the author envisions herself as a direct witness to Lord Krishna's sojourn in Dwaraka. In doing so she masterfully transports the reader into that time, giving each of us a personal glimpse of what it may have been like to walk beside Him." * Nitya Menon, LL.M., diplomat and international lawyer *
"Using data from archeological and astronomical studies as well as maritime explorations, Vanamali builds a strong case that Lord Krishna and his life-narrative are not simply a part of Indian mythology, but they constitute an indisputable part of India's rich and varied history. Bravo." * Vatsala Sperling, MS, PhD, PDHom, CCH, RSHom, author of Arjuna *

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