Tanushree Poddar is a prize-winning writer who has written on diverse subjects ranging from travel and fiction to health, fitness and spirituality.
Nur Jahan ruled Hindustan from behind the Mughal throne for sixteen years. Her story is one of wonder and awe and she is the delight of historians and writers the world over. In this historical novel, Tanushree Poddar explores the life of her forgotten daughter, Laadli, who found herself trapped in the world of her ruthless and ambitious mother. A thrilling saga of the treachery, power struggle and decadence that was part of life in Mughal India, this is also the tragic story of a girl who, most reluctantly, is forced to become a princess in one of the most splendid courts in the world.