Noor Inayat Khan was a most remarkable woman. She was a beautiful Indian princess, children’s author, poet, accomplished musician, pacifist and spy, and one of the bravest women of World War II.
Khan was born in Moscow in 1914, the eldest child of an Indian father and an American mother. She coukld trace her royal heritage to Tipu Sultan, the 18th century ruler of the Kingdom of Mysore, while her mother was Ora Baker, half-sister of the American yogi, Pierre Bernard. Read more ›››