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    Shadow Princess Taj Mahal Trilogy #3 Indu SundaresanCritically acclaimed author Indu Sundaresan picks up where she left off in The Twentieth Wife and The Feast of Roses returning to seventeenth century India as two princesses struggle for supremacy of their father’s kingdomTrapped in the shadow of the magnificent tomb t

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    Hand down it really isn't your typical Bollywood romance Shadow Princess is the final book of Indu Sundaresan's Ta

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    This was a huge letdown in comparison Second part was really almost awesomeI don’t know why the author skipped a whole damn generation and moved to the story of Shah Jahan’s children but this wasn’t as interesting as the first two parts It strikes like an odd one out in the trilogy This seemed like the summary of first two books and little addition of new plot It is discreet that it does justify the title – “T

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    I LOVED The Twentieth Wife and I thought The Feast of Roses was good but Shadow Princess was just slow It skips a generation and picks up when Empress Mumtaz Mahal dies in childbirth her husband Emperor Shah Jahan decides to build the Taj Mahal for her and their eldest daughter Jahanara becomes Shah Jahan's trusted conf

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    I just finished reading Shadow Princess the third book in Sundaresan's series about the women of Mughal India Unlike the Feast of Roses which should be preceded in reading by the Twentieth Wife this one stands on its ownIt begins wi

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    The Moghul emperors are still bloodthirsty and entirely ruthless; they control a uarter of the world’s population and have wealth beyond imagining But this is the final flowering of a doomed empire and while Shah Jahan mourns his dead wife and obsesses over the Taj Mahal her monument his son Aurangzeb is planning to take his father’s throne by any means necessaryCritically acclaimed author Indu Sundaresan p

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    I finished reading Shadow Princess today which also marks the completion of Taj Mahal TrilogyWhen I started reading the first book The Twentieth Wife I instantly fell in love with Indu Surdaresan's art of story telling that how beautifully she

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    Shadow Princess is set in the Mughal Empire at the eve of Mumtaz Mahal's death The novel uickly delves into Shah Jahan's despair unusu

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    For lovers of historical fiction nothing is better than a book that has you immersed in the storyline and engages all of your five senses so that when you look up from reading it takes you a couple of seconds to re orient to your current surroundings Shadow Princess by Indu Sundaresan was just that book for me When Shadow Princess opens we are transported to 17th century India as the Mumtaz Muhal the much beloved wife o

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    Although the book is third in the series of three I have no problem in the reading It begins with the death of Mumtaz upon the birth of her 14th child in 19 years of marriage Even opium could not alleviate the struggle she was under

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To the throne These royal sisters are in competition for everything power over the harem their father’s affection still focused on his dead wife and the future of their country Unfortunately only one of them can succeed And despite their best efforts to affect the future their schemes are eclipsed both during their l. I just finished reading Shadow Princess the third book in Sundaresan s series about the women of Mughal India Unlike the Feast of Roses which should be preceded in reading by the Twentieth Wife this one stands on its ownIt begins with the death of Mumtaz Mahal the woman for whom the Taj Mahal was built and ends with her husband s death In between the life of their eldest daughter Jahanara is told with love and historical accuracy Part history part travelogue and part fiction Sundaresan weaves the smells sights and sounds of India into the human stories of larger than life historical charactersWhen I read Sundaresan s novels I feel the heat on my skin the cool breeze wafting through marble halls and smell the cool smell of apples or the warm scent of naan She writes a fairytale world of jewels and elephants wars and stone monuments but it s not a fairytale The best part about getting lost in this wo

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The daughters of Emperor Jahangir Jahanara and Roshanara plot and scheme against one another in an attempt to gain power over their father’s harem As royal princesses they are confined in the imperial harem and not allowed to marry However this does not stop them from having illicit affairs or plotting the next heir. Hand down it really isn t your typical Bollywood romance Shadow Princess is the final book of Indu Sundaresan s Taj Mahal trilogy This time the heroine is Jahanara Begum the first born daughter of Shah Jahan and his beloved ueen consort Mumtaz MahalThe love story between Shah Jahan and Mumtaz Mahal emperor and empress of the Mughal Empire needs no introduction since this romance has been immortalized by the Taj Mahal the white marble mausoleum Shah Jahan built for his wife But what is a lot less famous is the stories of the royal couple s children 4 sons and 3 daughters and how Mumtaz s death affected the royal family and the fate of the royal couple s children especially Jahanara Begum s The author revealed the tale of Princess Jahanara and the unusual position she had been placed in after her mother s death the 17 years old Jahanara inherited half of her mother s fortune and the statue of Padshah

Summary ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Indu Sundaresan

Ives and in posterity as they live in the shadow of the greatest monument in Indian history the Taj MahalWith a flair and enthusiasm for history and culture Sundaresan creates a story full of rich details that brings the reader deep into the world of the lives of Indian women and their struggles for power and conseuenc. For lovers of historical fiction nothing is better than a book that has you immersed in the storyline and engages all of your five senses so that when you look up from reading it takes you a couple of seconds to re orient to your current surroundings Shadow Princess by Indu Sundaresan was just that book for me When Shadow Princess opens we are transported to 17th century India as the Mumtaz Muhal the much beloved wife of the Emperor is about to give birth to her 14th child Also in the room with her are her two teen aged daughters Jahangir17 and Roshanara 14 As the birth process continues it appears Mumtaz Muhal may not survive and she reaches out for Jahangir neglecting Roshanara who also rushes to her mother s side But despite the best of care available Mumtaz Muhal dies leaving behind four sons two older daughters a newborn girl child and an inconsolable husband But when the Emperor is finally co