Phiroz Madon's The Third Prince - Romance of the Mughals
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The Third Prince

Book-reading and discussion of life

in the amazing Mughal era

Nov 8th 6:30 pm (wine & samosas) 7:00 pm reading

Misha Nicole, 303 Bowery, (between Houston & 1st), NYC.

In 1603, a peasant girl travels to Agra to learn how to become a concubine. She has in her possession a strange, beautiful jewel, and a document…

“...extremely interesting and well-written adventure story.” 

- Afternoon Despatch & Courier

“If history interests you, this fiction is a must read.” - New Woman

Join author Phiroz Madon in a discussion of life on the streets of Agra in the early 1600s.

Mughal Facts
• The Emperor Jahangir’s Twelve Decrees anticipated the US Constitution by 150 years
• Akbar’s “Hindustan” was the world’s largest economic powerhouse. It brought about the greatest fusion of religions and cultures in history
• In 1615 the world’s most powerful woman was the beautiful Mughal queen, Nur Jahan

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