It is tough to be a famous junior, and more so when the senior happens to be Akbar, the Mughal-e-Azam. This was the tragedy of Jahangir. It was a personal tragedy in which neither Anarkali not Noor Jahan had any role, though popular stories associate these two women, more than anyone else with Jahangir. Jahangir's love for his father was deep and his admiration vast. The events described in this book are based on the memoirs of Akbar and Jahangir and other historical records.