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Colour illustration of two robed figures one mounted on horse in front of mountain landscape with trees in foreground and The Story of Babur in white and gold stylised font above
Colour illustration of two robed figures one mounted on horse in front of mountain landscape with trees in foreground and The Story of Babur in white and gold stylised font above
Colour illustration of two robed figures one mounted on horse in front of mountain landscape with trees in foreground and The Story of Babur in white and gold stylised font above
Colour illustration of two robed figures one mounted on horse in front of mountain landscape with trees in foreground and The Story of Babur in white and gold stylised font above
Colour illustration of two robed figures one mounted on horse in front of mountain landscape with trees in foreground and The Story of Babur in white and gold stylised font above

The Story of Babur

Prince, Emperor, Sage

By (author) Anuradha
Illustrated by Jane Ray

£12.95

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  • The memoirs of Babur (1483–1530), founder of the mighty Mughal Empire, are an absorbing account of conquest and wise rule
  • Anuradha's lucid and lively retelling of the Baburnama will introduce this classic of world literature to a new generation of young readers
  • Published alongside an extensive programme promoting the rich cultural heritage of the Republic of Uzbekistan
  • Coincides with an exhibition on the Boburid dynasty of the Mughal Empire at the Smithsonian Institute
  • Available in English, Russian and Uzbek versions, as well as in Braille editions of all three languages
Full Description

The memoirs of Babur (1483–1530), descendant of Genghis Khan and Timur (Tamburlaine) and founder of the mighty Mughal Empire, enjoy worldwide renown as the first true autobiography in Islamic literature and an absorbing account of conquest and wise rule, composed by a man whose erudition and statecraft have elevated him to the status of a national hero in the countries of Central Asia. Babur’s narrative describes not only the battles that propelled him to power, but the people, flora and fauna of the lands he ruled – taking us from Samarkand to Kabul to northern India. Anuradha's lucid and lively retelling of the Baburnama will introduce this classic of world literature to a new generation of young readers, for whom the story of Babur will serve as both a thrilling adventure and an exemplary tale.

The Story of Babur: Prince, Emperor, Sage is published as the Republic of Uzbekistan undertakes an extensive programme of promoting and communicating its rich cultural heritage both within its own borders and to the rest of the world. The book’s publication will coincide with an exhibition on the Boburid dynasty of the Mughal Empire at the Smithsonian Institute, Washington DC. This new children’s edition will be available in English, Russian and Uzbek versions, as well as in Braille editions of all three languages.

For ages 7-11 years.

About the Author

Anuradha Sharma writes books for children in English and Nepali. Her works have been translated into many other languages including Gujarati, Kannada, Telugu, Danish and several local languages in South Africa. She has also been published in Braille. She has won the Bal Sahitya Bishesh Puraskar Award twice (2009, 2010). As well as writing stories for children, Anuradha is an editor and translator, and organises various story-writing workshops. Jane Ray has illustrated over 60 children's books, working with authors such as Michael Rosen, Carol Ann Duffy, Jeanette Winterson, Dianne Hofmeyr and Kevin Crossley-Holland.

Specifications
Publisher
Scala Arts & Heritage Publishers
ISBN
9781785513947
Published
8th Jun 2022
Binding
Hardback
Territory
World
Size
228 mm x 168 mm
Pages
176 Pages
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