Brothers at War (Empire of the Moghul, Book 2) by Alex Rutherford

By Alex Rutherford

The second one spell binding installment in Alex Rutherford's Empire of the Moghul sequence. 1530, Agra, Northern India. Humayun, the newly-crowned moment Moghul Emperor, is a lucky guy. His father, Babur, has bequeathed him wealth, glory and an empire which stretches 1000 miles south from the Khyber go; he needs to now construct on his legacy, and make the Moghuls helpful in their forebear, Tamburlaine. yet, unbeknownst to him, Humayun is already in grave possibility. His half-brothers are plotting opposed to him; they doubt that he has the energy, the need, the brutality had to command the Moghul armies and cause them to still-greater glories. might be they're correct. quickly Humayun should be locked in a bad conflict: not just for his crown, not just for his existence, yet for the life of the very empire itself. (less)

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Baba love you, too,’ he said. He meant it – I could feel it. To be loved: That was not the same as to love. I had never let myself be loved before, I realised. And I was so grateful that I merely wept more. It was all I could do. Baba then proceeded to basically deliver a summary of my life and a breakdown of my personality in machine-gun bursts that had me reeling, nodding humbly, speechless. ’ It seemed to be his way of reassuring me that there was nothing he did not know about me, and that none of it bothered him.

He had died in 1918. Someone once told me a story that appeared to confirm this. M. K. Raman was ninety-seven when I met him. He’d been an ardent devotee of Shirdi Sai Baba, one of those who’d personally heard the holy man announce his next incarnation. p65 42 3/12/2002, 12:42 PM ‘I AM ALWAYS WITH YOU’ out for Puttaparthi. He did not really believe he’d find any truth to the outlandish claim. When they first met and before either had spoken a word, Sathya Sai Baba waved his hand and materialised two coins for M.

Besides preaching universal brotherhood and religious unity, Sathya Sai Baba and the huge organisation that gradually evolved around him embarked on a programme of building schools, colleges, and hospitals that spans the subcontinent today. His legion of critics, however, maintain that his real intention is to found a new religion with himself as God. I personally could never see this. In a selfpublished book called Lord of the Air, an American ex-devotee claimed Baba was Satan incarnate and fed on the love of those he trapped with his lies.

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