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A Vikram–Aditya Story: Ladakh Adventure

A Vikram–Aditya Story: Ladakh Adventure

Deepak Dalal
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On their visit to the Changthang plateau of Ladakh, Vikram and Aditya find themselves on the run along with Tsering, a young Tibetan boy they meet while camping on this grand yet barren frontier of India. Determined to protect Tsering from the mysterious band of men chasing him, the three boys traverse the majestic land beyond the Himalayas in search of answers.

Who is Tsering? Why is he being hunted with such fierce resolve? Follow Vikram and Aditya across the remote frozen plateau to the mountain city of Leh-through a land of startling contrasts and magnificent mountains-as a perilous game of hide-and-seek unfolds.

Journey to the roof of the world with an enthralling tale set in one of India’s most splendid destinations.

Imprint: India Penguin

Published: Sep/2020

ISBN: 9780143449386

Length : 176 Pages

MRP : ₹199.00

A Vikram–Aditya Story: Ladakh Adventure

Deepak Dalal

On their visit to the Changthang plateau of Ladakh, Vikram and Aditya find themselves on the run along with Tsering, a young Tibetan boy they meet while camping on this grand yet barren frontier of India. Determined to protect Tsering from the mysterious band of men chasing him, the three boys traverse the majestic land beyond the Himalayas in search of answers.

Who is Tsering? Why is he being hunted with such fierce resolve? Follow Vikram and Aditya across the remote frozen plateau to the mountain city of Leh-through a land of startling contrasts and magnificent mountains-as a perilous game of hide-and-seek unfolds.

Journey to the roof of the world with an enthralling tale set in one of India’s most splendid destinations.

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Deepak Dalal

Deepak Dalal gave up a career in chemical engineering to write stories for children. He lives in Pune with his wife, two daughters and several dogs and cats. He enjoys wildlife, nature and the outdoors. All his stories have a strong conservation theme. His earlier books in the VikramAditya adventure series are set in India's wilderness destinations. This is his fourth book in the Feather Tales series.

Krishna Bala Shenoi spends his days making things (mostly illustrations), procrastinating and exploring film. His artwork, spanning a variety of styles, has accompanied children's literature in books produced by esteemed publishing houses. He lives in Bangalore, where he plans to continue contributing to children's storytelling, imbuing his work with gentleness and a sense of wonder.

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