Krishna is a paradox. While events connected with Krishna find a place in Geography, Krishna does not find a place in History. Historicity today demands evidence from archaeology and geography. If Krishna is historical, then He must have walked this earth. Where did He live? What did He leave behind? Seas and deserts are good preservers of ruins. Unaccessible and untouched by man, ruins safely submerged in the sea or buried in the sands can tell tales of the people and the times they were in use. This book uncovers the footprints left behind by Krishna to logically establish Him in history.