Indian history is replete with stories about Maharajas and their histrionics. But we are not talking about those stories. That’s all classroom stuff. Guppy Theatre talks about the FUN that the maharajas had and how they indulged their whimsies on a grand scale. Imagine having a pet tiger! Or a white elephant! Imagine having a palace for 1000 dogs or a palace full of tricks and pranks! Imagine a princess behaving like a tomboy or a maharaja commanding the flowers not to bloom! But it happened. Right here in India, in the Kingdom of Mastipur. In this book - The Maharaja of Mastipur & The Pet tiger - enjoy the 'petrionics' of Shera, a beautiful, orphaned Royal Bengal Tiger cub, gifted to Prince Arjun on his 10th birthday. Shera loves the palace life so much that he refuses to grow up as a tiger. The Prince is his rockstar and he imitates everything the prince does, including eating ice cream and having a bubble bath. And what’s a story if it’s not dramatized? Guppy Theatre has used loads of creative license to pepper the story till it sizzles with FUN.