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Falling Through Time

By Miki All Rights Reserved ©

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Blurb

A College trip to the pre-historic caves proves to lead to the Adventure of her lifetime. Join Sana as curisotity ends up causing her to travel back and forth through Indian history, getting a chance to meet Akbar and Birbal, the Mysterious Harappan Civilization dwellers, and more figures from both Histroy and Mythology. Will she ever find her way back to the 21st century? And when she does, will it be home?

Day 0: Wandering Caves

The trip so far had been nothing short of boring. Visiting the sites where ancient history had been made sounded like fun at the get-go, but as the days passed slowly and historical sites turned out to be nothing more than a collection of old artifacts. The disappointment tasted heavy on my tongue and I was looking forward to getting done with the last place and going home, for a nap that would hopefully restore my faith in museums. The bus pulled up to a series of caves and we all got off.

The teachers glared at us, reminding us sternly that groups of four were mandatory at all times. I looked around and found my friends, quickly joining them in their laughter and enthusiasm at the freedom that we were given at this site. We all grabbed a couple maps and a few of us brought bottles of water before stepping into the Elephanta caves.

As we moved from cave to cave, we clicked pictures, looked at the carvings, and eavesdropped on a couple English tours. It was amongst all the crazy fun that we were having that a particular cave caught my eye. I told the others I was going to grab a quick look and stepped into the cave.

And that’s where my crazy adventure began

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