Krishna was said to be an incarnation of Vishnu, the God of preservation. His purpose, in this human form, was to kill the evil King Kansa who had demon blood running through his veins. The underlining notion of good overcoming evil in this story is celebrated by Hindus worldwide. TrueTube has provided engaging, creative resources which break down this detailed story into easily digestible content. With an animated film and an interactive activity, your students are bound to be engaged with these compact resources. It would be as if they were watching a fun cartoon at home, without realising they’re actually learning a valuable part of their religious education. This film and interactive activity are a perfect tool to use at the beginning of the lesson, sparking the imagination and intrigue of your students. You could perhaps inform the class that they will be tested on the names of key characters after the film through an interactive game, which is bound to make them pay close attention. This is just one resource out of many TrueTube has to offer on Hinduism, all of which tackle the religion from different angles. Such a complex subject can be difficult to condense into a teaching resource, but I believe TrueTube has successfully captured that colourful, intricate essence which is emphasised in all aspects of this vibrant religion.