Himalayan Passage Jean Smith

ISBN: 9780595499236

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196 pages


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Himalayan Passage  by  Jean Smith

Himalayan Passage by Jean Smith
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As a sixteenth century Himalayan mountain girl, Tara knew a husband would be chosen for her. One day, Mughals riding sleek Arabian horses arrived seeking a woman prophesized to be one of the sultans wives. Fear and excitement mingle in Taras heartMoreAs a sixteenth century Himalayan mountain girl, Tara knew a husband would be chosen for her. One day, Mughals riding sleek Arabian horses arrived seeking a woman prophesized to be one of the sultans wives.

Fear and excitement mingle in Taras heart as she realizes she is the chosen one. Tara is taken to live in sultan Ibrahims desert fortress. Since assuming power at eighteen, Ibrahim had established a vast empire where the arts flourished and religious tolerance meant peace.

There, Tara joins Ibrahims wives, each representing a region and religion, and quickly grows to love the exotic people and their rituals. Ibrahim is consumed by Taras beauty and passion, and she quickly becomes his exclusive nightly companion. Taras intelligence bonds her to Ibrahims very first wife, Kiren.

Together, Tara and Kiren serve Ibrahim, Tara as his lover and Kiren as his political advisor. As jealousy simmers among Ibrahims wives, a southern governor, Bhaji, builds power by encouraging Hindu nationalism against Ibrahims empire. Working against both time and karma, Tara, Kiren, and Ibrahim must devise a strategy to confront the tide of unrest. The task seems insurmountable as culture, religion, and ethnic politics collide in this riveting story of love, faith, and karmic tragedy.



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