The plot involves different pieces of the seal which must be brought together to solve the puzzle. Each part of the seal is in the possession of four different people who are descendants of Yadava tribes. The tribes are Saini, BoJaraJ, Varshney and Chhedi. The author narrates a detailed version of the post-Mahabharatha history through the protagonist, a distinguished professor of history, who himself happens to be a lineal descendant of Krishna being from Saini tribe of Punjab. The book also contains the author's version of the Krishna Avatar at the start of each chapter from the birth to the death of Vishnu's 8th Avatar.
Research[edlt] Sanghi stated that he "wanted to do a story in connection with the Mahabharata, but not retelling of the epic which has already been done" and undertook a month's research, saying that he "had to be extremely cautious In dealing with this topic as we put a premium on personal belief and faith" He chose Krishna as one of the book's themes because Krishna is a "perfectly grey See also Portal Icon Novels portal Ashwln sanghl The Rozabal Line Chanakya's Chant References Jump up to: a b "Ashwin's The Krishna key' is for thriller addicts".