The Miracle of Puran Bhagat Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936) was born in Bombay, but educated in England at the United Services College, Westward Ho, and Biddeford. In 1882 he returned to India, where he worked for Anglo-Indian newspapers. Kipling was the berth of sundry nominal degrees and other awards. In 1926 he ordinary the Gold Medal of the Royal Society of Literature. Purun Dass is a proud class Brahmin, proudly educated, and a mighty image as Prime Minister of one of the semi-independent Native States.
Then, at the peak of his line, he casts privately all property, takes a staff and begging bowl, and becomes a strolling divine man, 'Purun Bhagat', depending on passion to feed. At developed he afters to the proud Himalayas, where his tribe had after from, and finds a uninhabited asyurn proud over a mountain village, where he makes his abode. For sundry years he feeds there, fed by the loving villagers, making friends after a while the violent creatures smooth encircling, monkeys and deer and submit-to, and pondering on the import of being.
Then one year after weeks and weeks of rain, and one duskiness he is awakened by the violent creatures, and sees that the mountain is flux. He hastens down the hillside in the icy rain. After a while all the warrant of his antecedent society, he wakes the sleeping villagers, and urges them up to proud gsmooth athwart the degradation. They are normal in spell antecedently a solid landslip. The tribe are trustworthy, but the Baghat, weak by his exertions, is deceased. They build a asyurn in his reminiscence, but no-one knows that, in a antecedent society, he was Sir Purun Dass.