The empire of White Huns in 500 AD (Sixth Century ) had extended to vast areas of China, Western Parthia, Kashmir and Central India. White Huns were followers of Tengri religion but one of their powerful kings considered himself, to be endowed with special blessings of Lord Shiva and he started destroying Buddhist monasteries all over his empire and right up to present Allahabad. In a rare case of unity among Indian kings, the great Hun emperor was defeated in a famous war fought at Mandsaur (a city in Central India but part of erstwhile Gwalior State ) in year 532 AD. Even after defeat, by deceit and cleverness he managed to reach Kashmir and after few years in hiding, succeeded in becoming king of Kashmir and continued with his mission of obliteration. A rare work of fiction based on historical facts. A unique story, never told before.