The Princess In Black (An unheard story of Mughals )
by Upendra Dharmadhikari & Changali Anand
The Taj Mahal is going to be blown off and with it the visiting ex-President of USA. Or so has been impeccably planned by Major Salim Khan, an undercover ISI operative. The only clue that the intelligence agencies have is the enigmatic Object No. 27, a rare Mughal relic that they don’t have much information about. History Professor Narayan Shastri, along with the best men from Indian Intelligence, try to unlock the code. And then there is Saima, the mysterious beauty who found Object No 27 in the first place. She and Professor Shastri travel through the annals of a history rich with deceit – bloody battles of conquests; the satin veil of treachery; and even the elegant, imperious walls built of red sandstone and white marble – to know more of the impending attack and each other more deeply. Can they stop Major Khan from unleashing his act of terror on the marble monument of love? Precious hands of time are ticking away: Tick. Tick. Tick.
About The Author
After spending eleven years in a corporate mechanical culture, the childhood love for comics and history became overpowering. It was this love that made Upendra Dharmadhikari a story teller. A compulsive writer whose first love is cinema, Changali Anand has written animated film and TV serial scripts, ads and themed newsletters for lifestyle and entertainment.