Set in India in 1648, Guards at the Taj introduces two young Imperial Guards, Humayun and Babur, as they stand watch in front of the city walls. New to their roles and just recently out of training, they have been assigned the less-than-exciting dawn watch” leaving them plenty of time for discussion about the great Tajmahalwhich they have heard much about, but have never seen until now. According to rumor, Shah Jahan has issued a royal decree that anyone who took part in the building of this majestic city within a city” must have their hands chopped off, so as to ensure that nothing so beautiful as the Tajmahal shall ever be built again.” Humayun and Babur
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|Size: ||955 KB|
|Publisher: ||Soft Skull Press|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9781619028555 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|