Peacock of Taj Mahal by Violetta R. Hildahl

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Peacock of Taj Mahal is an enchanting fairy tale with a flavour of India and South Africa. It is a story of values, morals, and the one sacred thing that we all value most- our families.

When an Indian King decides to trade in his daughter, Princess Supna for a magical singing peacock, he places a bounty on his daughter's hand in marriage and proclaims that whoever brings him a singing bird shall have his daughter for a bride. As Prince Singh Bangladesh sets out on a journey to fulfill the king's wishes and find him the one bird that can replace his daughter Supna's voice, he finds himself doing more than just saving the princess, but also saving the king from selfishness and greed. This story takes you on an adventure to one of the most famous mausoleum's in the world- the Taj Mahal and its beautiful gardens.

 

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Published April 26, 2011 by AuthorHouse. 28 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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