Published in 1901, Rudyard Kipling's Kim is portrays the Indian people, culture, and religions during the British rule. The story concerns Kimball O' Hara, orphaned son of an Irish soldier stationed in India. Kim becomes the disciple of a Buddhist who is on a holy journey. Along the way, Kim is recognized by his father's regiment and is recruited by the British Army and thus involves in The Great Game.
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