'Krishna Gopeshvara' is first part of a trilogy on Lord Krishna. It covers the life events of Lord Krishna from roughly Kansa's capture of the Mathura throne, Krishna's birth to Kansa's killing. It is written in the genre of historical fiction. Krishna and Kansa are not presented as some extra-terrestrial beings, but as human beings pursuing the narratives according to their understanding of the world around them. The script is presented as a clash of two narratives - one the dharmic narrative symbolized by Krishna, and a totalitarian narrative symbolized by Kansa. In order to achieve this, I have carefully rationalized all the life events. Things that look impossible to an ordinary person have been portrayed as events that would be entirely possible. The only assumption that has been made is that Krishna was a highly gifted young man.