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About the Book : The Taj Mahal is the tangible form of love. It had stood perfectly enduring the centuries showing generations that pure love can withstand all storms. This is the story of Khurram and Arjumand. How a boy and girl transformed into a power couple and re-shaped the history of India. Their love, just like the Taj, endured despite separation, power struggle, wars, and politics and in the end, even death. It seemed to have transcended the living realm and gone beyond to heaven. Shahjahan erected in marble the fabric of his love and no matter what the obstacles they always remained together. In his final days, Shahjahan was imprisoned by his son Aurangzeb in a fort overlooking the Taj Mahal and yet the call of his love remained the blood in his veins and his soul met his wife when he was buried beside her after his death
About the Author : Pravin Anand is Block Development Officer (BDO) in UP Government. He was born and brought up in Kanpur. After his MBA he chose to work in Government Services as and Excise Inspector. His love for writing continues after his two stories in ‘Mukta’ (1993) and ‘Meri Saheli’ (1995). He writes articles for newspapers in Hindi and also on Hub pages, Bukisa and on Google Blogs. He has published two books before - I Love You More Than Anyone Else and Mars, Love and Breakup.
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The cover of the book looks good and attractive. It's definitely indicates what's story hold in the book. But its more romantic story.
I yet to visit tajmahal but, I know story behind taj mahal and experience through movies. This story is well descriptive by author. Book come under historical fiction. A love story of khurram and arjunmand.
The language is simply and lucid. The characters are well developed and described. You will feel comfortable while reading this. The story include power, lover politics, and at the end death of couple. You can relate some part of story.
In a nutshell a good one.
About the book: This is the story of Khurram and Arjumand. How a boy and girl transformed into a power couple and re-shaped the history of India. Their love, just like the Taj, endured despite separation, power struggle, wars, and politics and in the end, even death. .
My Thoughts💞: When it comes to historical fiction, I be more curious to read the book. I am a big fan of historical love stories & I just am flabbergasted by how people managed a love relationship at that period. This is a book which talks about such an intense love story of that time. It's such a pleasure to revisit that Era just through words. The author has portrayed a beautiful love story along with history & fiction, love & humour.♥
The book is just 250 pages but it took longer to complete it because at times I felt dragged. Yet, I liked it as a whole piece. The cover could definitely be more artistic.
♥What I liked?
The authors take on such a beautiful love story, he well maintained the characters. Also, didn't changed the historical content. For me the language felt very easy & this book also perfectly suits for beginners. The language also was very heart touching & full of emotions at times. The book is a light read, along with an emotional & romantic twist. I will recommend it people who wanna read light romance & love history along with it.
What I didn't like?
♥I felt dragged at places, the narration felt weak, the historical essence didn't had any effect on me. Yet, it's a good book.
Like majority of us know the story of taj mahal and the love between them.
The book focuses on power, love and lifestyle.
The concept is interesting and narration lucid but the plot composition is boring... For me it was... I won't admire the great character sketch because this is a common thing... Which we can just search on internet of just see few episodes of history tv or discovery...
If you are doing nothing and want to read something historical... It's okay to read such book... But I wasn't able to find any purpose which makes me read it again and say that yes it was worthy to read it... Always when I read something like this i f expect to learn something new... There are few things told which I didn't knew earlier but the ratio is 3 to 10.so my rating is 3.2 for the book.
This romantic historical fiction is the love story of two characters Of Mughal era Khurram & Arjumand and how these two young lovers transformed into mature love legends during the course of time.
They fought for each other, loved each other and died loving each other, which made their souls live forever.
The story is good but the execution or writing is boring it could have been better to give the reader the Mughal vibes. The language is simple and understanding. U think this book is more suitable for beginners or new readers who want to read romance or historical fiction. I have read and studied Mughal literature, so I found this book average. It didn’t leave a long lasting impression on me.