Series Editor: Dr. Pramod K. Nayar
These books are almost extinct. They have been revived by DC Books and Pramod K. Nayar to keep our history alive.
A pioneering effort by an Indian publisher!
Books suited for readers of all ages.
The books are beautifully packaged and made available at an affordable price.
The best way to learn more about history is through literature!
The ‘First War of Indian Independence’ or the ‘Mutiny’ was a turning point in the history of both India and Britain. Indians and Britons had their own perspectives on the events. A heroic struggle against the British or the conspiracy of disloyal natives? The six novels in the series, The ‘Mutiny’ Novels, from the 19th and early 20th century England capture the anger, anxiety and anguish of the crucial years, 1857–1858, when the Raj trembled in the face of the advancing sepoys, as the authors sought to understand the ‘uprising’ and their own roles in the making of native dissent.
These books will challenge the imagination and thinking of young readers by presenting the First War of Independence from a whole new perspective. The preface and introductions provide a clear understanding of the history and culture of the time.
A Brave Girl
In the Heart of the Storm
Lost in the Jungle
The Red Year