Thirty-six years after the Mahabharat war and ruling Hastinapur, Yudhishtir arrives at the Swarglok. In Swarglok, he is always sad and depressed. He considers himself responsible for the war, which took a toll of about four million people. He talks to Shri Krishna, who disagrees with him and tries to console him. Yudhishtir wants to know who, then, is responsible for the war, and why no one made any effort to avoid it. He is in a great dilemma.
Shri Krishna arranges a meeting between everyone involved in the Mahabharat war and explains their perspectives, their intentions, their motives, their actions and their mistakes.
Finally, Shri Krishna recounts the story of the Mahabharat to resolve Yudhishtir’s Dilemma.