An Indian Spy who came from freezing Tibet

December 26, 2017 By Thubten Samphel, hindustantimes

In Kim, Rudyard Kipling’s classic account of the Great Game played out between an expanding Tsarist Russian empire and the British Raj, Sarat Chandra Das makes a cameo appearance as Hurree Chunder Mukherjee, a spy for the British Raj. His mission was to gather intelligence about the isolated and mysterious kingdom located beyond the Himalayas, the mightiest mountain range that both protected the empire and obstructed its imperial reach.[Source]

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