A noble queen: a romance of Indian history

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Asian Educational Services, 1986 - Biography & Autobiography - 486 pages
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Novelized account of Sultana Cānd Bībī, d. 1600, queen of Ahmednagar, now in Maharashtra.

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this book is very nice and has many thing to tell about our mother land grand queen CHAND BIBI of Ahmednagar author has given a nice mixture of fiction and non-fiction of the Noble Queen. This book has given me a lot to study about the living style about the people of her kingdom. Meadows Taylor has beautifully described about how the Noble Queen fought fearlessly fought with the Mughals. This book is very fantastic to read and beautifully describing the Beautiful, Courageous lady of the Motherland India. Reviewed by Master Romit Patel  

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A griping novel of Sultana Chand Bibi. The dowager queen of Ahmednagar,who fought against the might of the mughal Emperor Akbar in 1600 A.D. she was among a few women of Indian history of valor and bravery.Chand Sultana Who bravely faught the sons of Akbar. Prince Murad and Prince Daniel who laied siege to the Ahmednagar fort. A few women from annals of Indian history have shown such courage to take on the might of the mughal empire.Meadows Taylor has recreated a superb romance of Indian history. A enjoyable reading
Reviewed by Crison Coutinho.
 

Contents

BOOK I
1
A NIGHTS VIGIL
17
THE PRIESTS OF MOODGUL
25
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