Memoirs of a Rebel Princess
Written shortly before her death and based on the diaries that she kept throughout her life, this book documents the activities of a Muslim princess who rebelled against societal conventions to take an active public role, first, as heir-apparent and chief secretary to an Indian princely state, then as diplomat and dissident in independent Pakistan.
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