The Bachelor Of Nahargarh- These are tough times, and tough times won’t pass easily.
Survival was the only thing that the pariah people of Puratthakkal valley cared about; it was the most brutal drought of that time, and the worst was not over yet.
When a ravenous tiger killed one of his bullocks, Chinappa, and his family’s survival was at stake. He cowardly left his family amidst the war and drought, a mistake that cost his family and his freedom.
Slave Hunters sold him to work in the notorious mines of Kalapani. The island was hell for slaves; over the top, the cruel owner of the Nicobar Mining Company, Jamrood Ellahi Baroodwala, was a sadistic evil.
The Kalapani Rebellion – Despite being a slave, Chinappa was living second to a king’s life in Kalapani Island, but things took an ugly turn when he committed a deadly mistake once again. He asked his master something that he shouldn’t have asked.
Now, his master wants him dead, slaves want him dead, and everyone wants him dead. Fell out of favor, Chinappa belonged to no one.
Time was running out of his hand. Once Mibaap would return, Chinappa would be fed to hungry dogs.
On the island where a slave distrusts a slave, can Chinappa unite all slaves to rebel against the evil master once he called his friend? Will he survive the odds? Will the rebellion against the Nicobar Mining Company succeed?