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Beyond the Three Seas: Travellers´ Tales from Mughal India
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Beyond the Three Seas: Travellers´ Tales from Mughal India
by Michael H.Fisher
Many of the European travellers that visited Mughal India left behind enthralling accounts of their experiences. Beyond the Three Seas is a collection of the best of these writings, starting from the mid fifteenth century and spanning two hundred years. There are stories of hunting with the emperor Akbar and his blindfolded panthers; of being stripped penniless in Surat and fleeing from angry villagers in Bengal in the middle of the night; descriptions of the Mughal roadside sarais, trying paan for the first time and of the lax morals of Indian women. The travellers themselves could not be more different: from the god-fearing, petulant Russian, Afanasy Nikitin to the Portuguese Father Antonio Monserrate desperately trying to convert Akbar to the plucky eighteen-year-old Venetian Niccolao Manucci who finds himself a patron in Dara Shukoh. Full of colour, detail and the occasional tall story, rarely has Mughal India been brought so vividly and fascinatingly alive.
Sights Unseen
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Sights Unseen
by Kaye Gibbons

SIGHTS UNSEEN is an unforgettable tale of unconditional love---and of a Southern family's desperate search for normalcy in the midst of madness. It is the story of Maggie, "the Barnes woman with all the problems"...and Hattie, a child struggling to find a place for herself in her damaged mother's heart.

The Wild Geese And The Water
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The Wild Geese And The Water
by Osho
The Wild Geese and the Water may come as a shock to some people - to those who live their lives in accordance with the precepts and principles laid down centuries ago in the name of the so-called great religions. In his many answers to seekers and visitors alike in this book, Osho exposes the hypocrisies of all these establishments, and espouses instead a true religiousness, free of all doctrine and dogma, offering hope for a new humanity, and for the world's crushing problems. Illustrating his answers with many anecdotes of famous historical figures, and stories of everyday life combined with an outrageous wit, Osho guides us toward the path and practice of meditation, of living wholly in the present moment.