Hemant V. Jadhav


‘The Sanctuary’ is a fascinating tale of an army colonel’s son, Vikram, who devastated at parting company with his childhood sweetheart Jeevika, takes up occupancy of 150 acres of land bequeathed to him by his father. Little does he know the problems he is about to encounter as he takes up ownership of the land, and there are questions needing to be answered, not the least being: How did his father, not a gambling man, acquire such vast wealth that enabled him to purchase huge tracts of land? His search leads him to a long dead British army officer who fought in the Great Indian Mutiny of 1857. Who was this British officer? Why did he disappear? And what were the cen...

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