Published August 23, 2001 by Longman .
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This book tells the extraordinary story of how Indian magic descended from the realm of the gods to become part of daily ritual and popular entertainment across the globe.
Recounting tales of levitating Brahmins, resurrections, prophesying monkeys and "the most famous trick never performed," Empire of Enchantment vividly charts Indian magic's epic journey from street to the stage.3/5(1).
The story of Indian magic and its modern history, however, takes stranger twists and turns along the way, and Zubrzycki tells it with an magician’s penchant for Author: Vipin Krishna. The Puffin Book of Magical Indian Myths Hardcover – Decem by Anita Nair (Author)5/5(3).
This sumptuously illustrated book with its magical mix of history and travelogue will provide an unforgettable portrait of India. In this lavishly illustrated companion to his BBC TV series, Michael Wood weaves a spellbinding narrative out of year history of India/5(93).
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He used to leave his house, cross a zebra crossing when the. In searching for ancient texts on black magic in Sankskrit, you will have to look for the ones dealing with Vama Tantra.
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I have only read 2 of the books in the series so far but each story is a stand alone (no character cross over — so far) and the plots revolve around normal children discovering strange happenings in their neighborhoods – like magic trees or enchanted fudge from friendly neighbors who turn out to be witches.
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