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Das indische Grabmal

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Das indische Grabmal
AuthorThea von Harbou
PublisherUllstein & Co
Publication date

Das indische Grabmal (German, 'The Indian Tomb') is a 1918 novel by the German writer Thea von Harbou. It tells the story of a German architect who is commissioned by an Indian maharajah to create a large monument, only to learn that it is meant for the maharajah's unfaithful lover, who will be buried alive as punishment. The novel has been adapted for film three times, and was not translated into English until 2016.


All three film adaptions are divided into two parts:[1]


  1. ^ Fuechtner, Veronika (2010). "The International Project of National(ist) Film: Franz Osten in India". In Rogowski, Christian (ed.). The Many Faces of Weimar Cinema: Rediscovering Germany's Filmic Legacy. Rochester, New York: Camden House Publishing. p. 171. ISBN 978-1-57113-429-5.

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