The Teenage Diary of Jahanara

The Teenage Diary of Jahanara

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ISBN: 9789388874106 Category: Product ID: 81883

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It is 1626, and Jahanara is in Mandu, central India. Her father, Prince Khurram—who will later become Emperor Shah Jahan—has fallen out of favour with Emperor Jahangir, and now lives in the Deccan with his wife Arjamand Bano and their five children. As events unfold around her, Jahanara records them in her diary—her father’s reaction to his exile; Empress Nur Jahan’s demand that Jahanara’s brothers be sent to her court as hostages; the conspiracies in faraway Agra and Lahore as Jahangir slides into ill-health; and her own growth as a sensitive writer and poet. Then one day, her father rides away to capture the Mughal throne, paving the way for Jahanara to return to her beloved Agra.
This fictional diary recreates the drama of ambition, intrigue and loyalty that marked the Mughal empire at the height of its glory. As young Jahanara witnesses her father’s rise to the throne, she also contemplates the incredible cruelty that men inflict on each other, and the love and tenderness that will finally redeem all. Gripping and lyrical, The Teenage Diary of Jahanara brings to life a time we only read about in history books.

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Country of Origin

India

Delivery Time

Ships within 7 working days

Format

Paperback

Language

English

Number of Pages

208

Subject

Children’s Book

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