Vineet Bajpai Releases Yet Another Historical Fiction Book After Harappan Trilogy

Mastaan: The Fallen Patriot Delhi which is published by TreeShade books revolves around a story from the East India Company's era.

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The Harappa Trilogy famed Vineet Bajpai has penned down another historical fiction book- Mastaan: The Fallen Patriot Delhi. After the tremendous response on its trailer that was launched on Youtube earlier this month, the book has hit book stands and readers are as fascinated as they were with Harrapan Trilogy. 

Notably, very few people know that the Harappa Trilogy which consisted of Harappa, Kashi and Pralay weren't Bajpai's debut book. He had tried his hand on writing way back in 2004, when he released a business book- Build from Scratch followed by The Street To The Highway and The 30 Something CEO in 2011 and 2016 respectively. 

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An imperial monster masquerades as a mercantile company. From gunpowder to opium, the East India Company uses every weapon to bring an entire sub-continent to its knees. Even Tipu, the fearsome Tiger of Mysore, falls prey to British military might.
As a century of deceit and cruelty unfolds - the oppressed thirst for retribution.
Delhi is the first to drown in blood, as a violent sepoy uprising engulfs all of Hindustan. The seat of the crumbling Mughal empire emerges as the epicentre of the ghadar.
An unforgettable poet laments the destruction of his beloved city and a senile Badshah’s eyes gleam with unreal hope, as both sides of the Laal Qila witness terrifying bloodshed and historical battles.
And amidst all the cannon-roars, brutal duels, intoxicated mushairas, ravishing courtesans, haunted treasures and bloody battles – unfolds the immortal love-story of the magnificent Mastaan & the beautiful Fay.
Did one man really change the course of history’s greatest war for freedom?

You can check out the trailer- here

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