A magnificent romantic/historical/adventure novel set in India at the time of mutiny . The Far Pavilions is a story of 19th Century India, when the thin patina of. M M Kaye The Far Pavilions Book Fi. Topics fiction. Collectionopensource. LanguageEnglish. Book. IdentifierMMKayeTheFarPavilionsBookFi. Read "The Far Pavilions" by M. M. Kaye available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first download. This sweeping epic set in 19th-century.
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At the age of 11, Ashton uncovers a murderous conspiracy against Lalji and learns he himself will be killed for interfering with the plot.
Promising Anjuli he will return for her one-day, he and Sita escape the palace with assistance from friends Sita and Ashok have made within the palace over the years, and flee from Gulkote. The ailing Sita dies en route, but not before revealing to Ash his true parentage and entrusting him with the letters and money his father gave her before his death.
Ashok makes his way to the military division Sita instructed him about, and they recognise him; now known by his English name, Ashton is turned over to English authorities and sent to England for a formal education and military training.
He quickly finds that his sense of place is torn between his new-found status as Ashton, an English " sahib ", and Ashok, the native Indian boy he once believed he was. After going AWOL in Afghanistan to restore the honour of his soldiers, penalized for losing weapons to border raiders Ash is suspended from The Guides and sent to escort a royal wedding party across India.
The party is in fact from the former kingdom of Gulkote, now known as Karidkote after merging with a neighbouring princedom, and Anjuli and her sister Shushila are the princesses to be married. Also in the wedding party is Anjuli's younger brother, the prince Jhoti.
To the burning plains and snow-capped mountains of this great, humming continent, M. Kaye brings her exceptional gifts of storytelling and meticulous historical accuracy, plus her insight into the human heart.
Rip-roaring, heart-tugging, flag-flying, hair-raising, hoof-beating Kaye was born and grew up in Simla, India. Her grandfather, father, brother and husband all served the Raj.
Kaye won worldwide fame for The Far Pavilions, which became a best-seller on publication in She also wrote a series of detective novels, including Death in Kashmir and Death in Zanzibar, and an autobiography, published in three volumes, collectively entitled Share of Summer: For the latest books, recommendations, offers and more.
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Puffin Ladybird. What follows is an account of the first phase of the Second Afghan War , culminating in the September uprising that killed the English envoy in Kabul.
This part of the story is told mostly from the perspective of Ash's best friend Walter "Wally" Hamilton. After the uprising in Kabul, Ash and Anjuli set out in search of a paradise in the Himalayas — "the far pavilions" — free of prejudice where they can live out their lives in peace. It was HBO's first mini series. The current DVD release split each of these parts into two, creating 6 parts each of about 50 minutes, added a credit section at the newly created break in each part, and in addition removed the titlecard names of the original parts.
A theatrical edit of the series, entitled Blade of Steel , ran minutes, cutting half the story. Carl Davis composed the score, which is a much-sought collector's item. Much of the film was shot in the precincts of Samode Palace.
A stage musical adaptation was produced by Michael E. Ward, with music was composed by Philip Henderson. It was broadcast in twenty minute episodes between 31 January and 25 February , and repeated on Radio Four Extra in July and August My Dashboard Get Published.
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