Jay Khanna is a US army PTSD survivor, of the Middle East wars. He is working as a private eye, in NYC. He witnesses a gruesome event, and sights an old adversary, near the UN. He escapes to India, to get away from his recurring nightmares. In New Delhi he meets Noor, a modern Indian woman. They fall into an adventure in Humayun's tomb and discover the lost diary of a well-educated Sufi princess. Jahanara is the richest Shahzadi of the Mughal Empire, and the eldest daughter of the Emperor Shah Jahan and his Empress Mumtaz Mahal. They are aided by the eminent Professor Ansari, to research and translate, this invaluable manuscript. Dr. Ansari is an expert in Mughal History, at the University of Delhi, and Noor's father. The diary reveals that the learned and modern Dara Shikoh was trained, to inherit the richest empire in the world. He is rivaled by his three younger brothers, for gaining their sister's love, and father's favor. His chief rival seems to be the pious and orthodox third brother, Aurangzeb. What intrigues will the princess reveal, of the inner relationships of the Mughal Court, which ruled the most powerful Empire, in the world? Will Jay find answers to his own fears, in the history of Hindustan?