Malik Ambar: African King in the Heart of India

In our new animated historical documentary, we will talk about Malik Ambar, who started his life in Ethiopia, was enslaved, brought to India, where he managed to become the prime minister of the Ahmednagar sultanate and the leader of the anti-Mughal resistance fighting against the likes of the emperors Akbar and Jahangir.

Two people, a young female violinist and an ex-priest who no longer believes in God, made a choice as they sailed to America from Australia. This caused them to be abandoned to Makta Island, where reportedly cannibals hold rituals. The young violinist and ex-priests struggle with their environment, each other ideas, feelings, and thoughts as they try to survive until another ship passes by the island within 6 months. 98,578 words

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