The Moghul Exile, by Farzana Moon
Humayun is the second Moghul emperor of India. The intrigues of his brothers and Afghani lords compel him to seek exile in Persia, while his brother Kamran rules Kabul, keeping Humayun’s young son Akbar hostage.
Humayun is welcomed by the Persian king and in gratitude he present his precious diamond Koh-i-Noor to the Persian monarch. With the help of Persian troops, Humayun conquers Kabul and loses it twice, but finally frees it from the yolk of his brother, returning to India to reclaim his lost empire. Within a couple of years the Venus of his fortunes fades as he falls from the steps of his balcony while watching Venus in the sky.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Farzana Moon is a historian and a playwright. All of her scholarly books on Moghul History are accepted to be adapted for documentaries. She has Masters in Education and well versed in Moghul History and Islamic literature. Her first published book on Islam is, Prophet Muhammad The First Sufi of Islam, the second one is No Islam But Islam.