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Nain Singh Rawat’s Prayer Wheel
40043078 1 m

Origin

Nain Singh Rawat

Type

Prayer Wheel

Effects

Lets the user instinctively know their route and become a master of disguise and hiding

Downsides

Must place a stone down every 100 steps to continue working

Activation

Spinning

Collected by

Mitchells, Duke

Section

Colombus-1492PK

Aisle

80556-2943

Shelf

742689-2017-148

Date of Collection

July 13, 1945

[Source]


OriginEdit

Nain Singh Rawat was a pundit, an Indian native who explored the north of the colony for the British. At the time, the British were in a land grab race with Russia over central Asia. As foreigners were banned from parts such as Tibet, native surveyors were paid to explore the area.

Part of their job was to secretly record information. They did this with a modified rosary, which had 100 instead of the normal 108 beads. For every uniform 100 steps, they would leave a bead; the total would come out to 10,000 steps per rosary. Throughout their disguises as a monk or trader were hidden compartments that held their notes and navigational equipment. For some pundits like Rawat, he used a prayer wheel to hold his notes and pretend to be in a spiritual event, warding off curious travelers.

CollectionEdit

This artifact was originally found by Subhas Chandra Bose and was in his cache of artifacts. It was collected by agent Duke Mitchells on July 13th, 1945.

EffectsEdit

When spun, the user will know the path the need to take like an instinct. They will also become skilled at changing their appearance, hiding objects and warding off suspicion. If the user is to continue the effect, they must place a stone or small object on the ground every 100 steps.

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