Songs of Stone by Sujata S. Sabnis

Songs of Stone by Sujata S. Sabnis is a thrilling saga of passionate love, intrigue, and deception set in 17th century Mughal India.

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Kidnapped and sent to Jahangir’s harem, Nilofer is desperate to escape. Trapped between the sexual games of the harem and the ruthless enmity of the chief eunuch Behroze, her only hope is Jagat, an ordinary stonemason, and her childhood sweetheart. Driven by his deep love for Nilofer, Jagat is ready to risk his life to rescue his beloved. But can his sharp mind and courage outwit the intrigues of the mighty court of Emperor Jahangir? And then there is the viciously vengeful Behroze, who is determined to destroy Nilofer…

Will Nilofer and Jagat manage to break away from the murky, unforgiving world of the royal harem?

Set in the backdrop of the birth and creation of the TajMahal, Songs of Stone is the love story of Nilofer and Jagat, a tale that over the last three hundred and fifty years, has been lost in the folds of time. And yet, it lives on, secretly hidden inside an ancient mansion in Agra, biding its time, awaiting discovery.

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About the Author

A passionate writer, Sujata S. Sabnis has worked as a journalist with The Indian Express, Pune. She also used to write a weekly column for Mid-Day, Pune. Two of her earlier novels are Silent Whispers and A Twist in Destiny. Sujata lives in Pune with her husband, two kids, and her dog, Sammy.

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