The far pavilions is an epic novel of british indian history by m m kaye published in 1978 which tells the story of an english officer during the british raj there are many parallels between this novel and rudyard kiplings kim that was published in 1900 the settings . After years basic virtue is flavor of this series a mixture between love story and fascinated india force of feelings and strong rules of a society magnificent images and precise acting it is an exercise to explore the nuances of impressions about india and it remains an inspired exercise in same measure it is a definition of east with the instruments of european vision slices of magic . The far pavilions is a saga its quite large set in india during the raj it is sympathetic to british and their loyal subjects sympathizers and presents an enlightening contrast to joseph conrads heart of darkness. The far pavilions is itself a himalayan achievement a book we hate to see come to an end it is a passionate triumphant story that excites us fills us with joy move us to tears satisfies us deeply and helps us remember just what it is we want most from a novel. Ive enjoyed the far pavilions since its original release as a television miniseries almost 30 years ago im intrigued by india the british raj and military history inherent and the associative romantic storyline between ash and juli that serves as one of the central threads to the film overall
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