India Treasures: A Novel of Rajasthan and Northern India through the Ages

In this monumental work covering the sweep of Indian history, a search through a maze-like fortress for a Maharaja's legendary treasure weaves together tales of danger and romance, and of spiritual and artistic triumphs. "Worthington has wonderfully captured the mystique and adventure-soaked atmosphere of Rajasthan, with its golden forts and the awe-inspiring desert." --The Statesman, New Delhi More

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Published: Dec. 13, 2012
Words: 267,560
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301546008
About Gary Worthington

Gary Worthington's books include the award winning epic historical novels India Treasures, also published by Penguin India as The Mangarh Chronicles; and the companion sequel India Fortunes.

Along with a number of major authors, he is a monthly contributor to the Writing Historical Novels website at www.WritingHistoricalNovels.com . His articles have appeared in Traveler’s India magazine and elsewhere.

He and his wife Sandra have traveled widely on the Indian subcontinent and in many other countries of Asia, as well as in Europe. They are involved long term in funding the construction and operation of primary schools in remote areas of the Great Indian (Thar) Desert.

In his legal career, he has been a lawyer in private practice, a legal counsel for the Washington State House of Representatives, and a JAG officer in the U.S. Navy. Most recently he helped plan and develop the unique new Cama Beach State Park on a historic waterfront resort site formerly operated by his wife Sandra's family on Camano Island, Washington.

His wide range of interests include personal spiritual growth, graphic arts, the night sky, and reading; and issues such as international peace and economic justice, environmental preservation, and vegetarianism. He designed the home he and his wife live in, on a forested site near Olympia.

He and Sandra are currently involved in planning and developing The Cooper Point Wildlife and Botanical Preserve, with several green-built houses and a large natural area on a 39 acre site by their home.

His most recent book is Cama Beach: A Guide and A History: How a Unique State Park was Created from a Family Fishing Resort and a Native American Camping Site).

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