Part 3 begins with explanation of Bhagwata Puran, the pastime stories of Lord Krishna.
The flavor of comparing myths of Sanatan Dharma with Greek mythology continues to flow in this part also.
On various occasions, Miteiya compares Moses of Torah with Lord Krishna and uses the paintings and sculptures of Michelangelo to strengthen his views. As per Miteiya, Krishna is symbol of “Supreme Impermeance”. Miteiya says that Krishna can only be understood if one attempts to understand his eight major wives. Decoding of each of the wives of Krishna is done in this section.
In the further section, all the lost cities of mythology are explained as “Ajna Chakra”. Book slowly moves towards Lord Vishnu and his seven reincarnations. In depth study about Shiva is mentioned and a reference is made towards “Tantra”. The rift between Vishnuism and Shivaism is explained in this section.
Book further moves to decoding of “Buddhism”. It talks about various avatars and reincarnations of Buddha to connect the underlying teachings with ongoing perpetual religion. Miteiya believes that Buddha is the planet nearest to Sun. while decoding Buddhism; he makes remarks regarding Buddha being a brainchild of Sage Kapila. Miteiya also speaks about various Tirthankars of Jainism and brings out a principle difference between Paraswanath and Mahaveer. At this stage, Miteiya speaks about Avadhut Geeta and suggests that teaching of Avadhut Geeta was major reason for confrontation.
The major portion of Part 3 is “Buddhism”, wherein myths are decoded in sequential manner to maintain the linearity of the story. Miteiya compares life of Buddha with myths in Ramayana.
The major attraction of this Part could be answers to 14 unanswered questions of Buddhism. Miteiya also gives discourse upon 5 major arena namely Mahayanasutralamkarakarika, Dharmadharmatmavibhaga, Madhyantavibhagakarika, Abhismayalankara and Yougacarabhumisastra.