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Hanumantha Rao Vadayar

Hanumantha Rao Vadayar, spent over 80 years in India and presently lives in Sunnyvale, California, USA with his family.  Hailing from a farming family, Vadayar was a keen observer of agricultural activities. Of particular interest to him was sericulture.  A tiny worm less than the size of a mustard seed develops into the length and thickness of a cigarette in few days by feeding on mulberry leaves. Soon it starts to bring out a thread which is thinner than man's hair and weaves a shell around itself. Within days the worm is enveloped in a small ball full of silk threads - a cocoon. Traders Read More...

Gold Haul

Books by Hanumantha Rao Vadayar

The president of a prosperous country is faced with a financial problem to implement its welfare schemes. A young man is brought up strangely by wild animals and holds the country's economy at stake. Currency is based on gold reserves. The young man by chance finds Gold Haul in the form of threads woven by a special type of bird that only could be found in this forest.

He is granted extra muscle and mind power by a sage. He cannot be defeated by any mea

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