Diary From The Missing Plane

Diary From The Missing Plane

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The flight finally landed. I was on the aisle seat, and most of the windows were closed. I tried to take a glimpse of the ground. I couldn’t. The landing was terrible. It seemed as if the runway was full of potholes. Almost all the passengers started abusing words towards the airline and the pilots.The plane finally landed. I was on the aisle seat, and most of the windows were closed. I tried to take a glimpse of the ground. I couldn’t. The landing was terrible. It seemed as if the runway was full of potholes. Almost all the passengers started abusing words towards the airline and the pilots. It seemed some trainee pilot was landing the plane for the first time in his life, and that too without any guidance. We could never imagine that the runway would be rough. When the flight finally stopped, it seemed as if the runway suddenly came to an end and the pilot had to apply sudden break. The runway was utterly dark. There was no light from the sky also. I tried to figure out. I thought, maybe the flight has entered inside a shade immediately after landing as I could figure out there was something like a roof. Why the aircraft landed in an unknown place? Is it an act of terrorists? If so, where are they? Why can’t all the hi-tech surveillances systems detect the aircraft which has already landed somewhere on planet earth?
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Seven Lives Together-The Mughal Warrior

Seven Lives Together-The Mughal Warrior

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The book shows an Australian couple’s journey through the cycle of lives and deaths from 16th Century onwards. They fell in love while participating in the hunter game. The monk who performed their wedding ceremony blessed them to continue their marital journey for at least seven lives. Will they be really remain together in their long journey through centuries?By 1595, Mughal ruler Akbar was the Emperor of India in the golden period of its history. Suraj, the Rajput warrior of Mughal Army is the son of Purujit; one of Akbar’s trusted generals. He along with his sister Aditi goes to spend the holidays in the farm house of Ashfaq Khan, Puru’s deputy on the outskirts of Ghana jungle near Agra. Ashfaq’s sons Ayaaz and Kareem and daughter Saira team up with them for various warrior games between the boys and the girls including sword fighting and hunting game. All these happens when both fathers; Puru and Ashfaq are busy in fighting against the rebel son of Akbar; crown prince Saleem. Saleem falls in love with an exceptionally beautiful dance girl Anarkali (Pomegranate Blossom) against the wishes of Akbar. Saleem revolts against Akbar. Rebel is suppressed and Anarkali is buried alive as per Akbar’s decision. Puru is killed on the unconfirmed allegation that his secret plan helps Anarkali escape live burial. Suraj sails to Portuguese controlled city Hooghly through River Yamuna and Ganga to escape from Mughal wrath. He sets up a goal to find out the truth about Anarkali, the only truth to prove his father’s innocence. To achieve this he travels to Goa and makes relations with Portuguese.Did Anarkali change her name to Mehr to hide her identity? If Mehr is not Anarkali then why did Prince Saleem kill her husband and married her? Can the mysterious monk help him to achieve his goals or divert his goals completely?Suraj’s journey through his first life with her love is full of adventure, romance and suspense. The novel takes through the early phases of Portuguese colonialism in India besides showing a realistic picture of Mughal period of two famous Mughal rulers; Akbar and Jahangir. Anarkali is a real and famous dance girl of this period and still draws considerable interest.
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