Rau - The Great Love Story of Bajirao Mastani

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Pan Macmillan, Oct 20, 2016 - Fiction
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When Shrimant Bajirao Peshwa, feared by even the mighty Mughals, hears the exquisite Mastani sing, the passion that sparks between them grows quickly
into a raging fire.

The Peshwa defies his orthodox Brahmin heritage, declaring his love openly for the half-Muslim dancer, in the face of fierce opposition. A man way ahead of his time, Bajirao causes outrage when he marries Mastani, bringing her into his home as his second wife.

N.S. Inamdar's timeless tale, that has inspired both film and television, brings alive the romance, intrigue and valour of the eighteenth-century Maratha empire. This irresistible novel is one of India's favourite love stories.

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Born in a village in Maharashtra's Satara district, N.S. Inamdar (1923-2002) was one of India's foremost Marathi novelists, with a writing career spanning over five decades. He is the author of sixteen historical novels and an autobiography.

Vikrant Pande has translated Ranjit Desai's Raja Ravi Varma, Milind Bokil's Shala and N.S. Inamdar's Shahenshah. He has worked for over twenty-fi ve years with various multinational companies and is currently heading TeamLease Skills University at Vadodara.

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