“The Hari clan” is an ancient Indian epic poem in 3 books, considered an attachment to the “Mahabharata”. The first and third books of the poem set forth the most important Hindu myths about the creation, origin of gods and demons, the legendary kings of the Sun and Moon dynasties, earthly incarnations for the salvation of the world of the god Vishnu, or Hari, in the guise of a boar, a lion man and a dwarf, etc., The second book tells about the most cherished incarnation of Vishnu-Hari as Krishna
In the city of Mathura reigns cruel demon-asura Kansa. He is predicted to die by the hand of the eighth son of his cousin Devaki, the wife of the king of the Yadavas of Vasudeva, and so he imprisons Devaki and Vasudeva in prison, and kills the first six sons as soon
The deeds of Krishna, and even more his beauty, cheerful disposition, skill in dancing and playing the pipe, attract the hearts of young shepherds to him, and in the forest of Vrndavana, their cheers are constantly heard when Krishna starts playing games with them, they hear their passionate confessions when he surrenders to them with love, and their grievous complaints when he leaves them.
Soon, Mathura is informed that King Vidarbhi Bhishmaq is going to marry his daughter Rukmini for the Tsar Chedi Shishupala. Meanwhile, Krsna and Rukmini have long been secretly in love with each other, and in Krishna’s appointed wedding day, Krishna takes the bride in his chariot. Sisupala, Jarasandha, brother Rukmini Rukman persecute Krsna, trying to return Rukmini, but Krishna and Balarama put them to flight. The wedding of Krishna and Rukmini is celebrated in the newly built Krishna new capital of Yadavs – Dvaraka. From Rukmini Krishna has ten sons, and later sixteen thousand other wives give birth to him many thousands more children. For many years, Krishna lives happily in Dvaraka and continues to destroy the asuric demons, thereby fulfilling his divine mission on earth. Among the demons killed by him, the most powerful were Naraka. stole the earrings from the mother of the gods Aditi, and Nikumbha, who possessed the magical gift of reincarnation. Krishna is ready to destroy also the thousand-thousand-king Asuras of Banu, but that is protected by the god Shiva, who comes to the aid of Bana and himself enters into a duel with Krsna. The duel is ended by the supreme god Brahma, he appears on the battlefield and reveals the great truth that Shiva and Krishna, the incarnation of Vishnu, are ultimately consubstantial.