The story of the manuscript in the attic of a New York City house is the tale of a lost manuscript, and of how it’s been discovered.
The manuscript is a lost book of Indian lore called a shaiva.
It was discovered in the house of a family member, a man named Hermes, in the 1880s by an Indian named Aghast Khargali, who found it in his attic in his family’s small New York town.
It has been a treasure for the Khargalis ever since.
Aghaster Khargal found the manuscript by accident while doing work at a library in the 1860s.
He found the book in his office and sent it to his father, who passed it to him.
It’s not known if the manuscript ever was returned to Khargals family.
The book is now at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
The Khargalos have owned the manuscript since 1882.
It is not clear why they have kept it in their attic.
The family has said that the book is lost to history and is in a “very difficult” state.
It remains a mystery.
For years, it has been stored in a storage unit in a New Jersey warehouse.
Then in 2017, the family received a shipment of manuscripts, many of which are of the first Indian manuscript to be published in print, in an unusual event that has become a subject of much discussion.
The New York Times described the manuscript as a “lost treasure.”
The manuscript, with illustrations by Anil K. Bhattacharya, is one of the most important manuscripts of Indian mythology, according to the book.
It comes from the home of a man called Hermes who was a teacher in a small town in New Jersey.
The man and his wife, the poet Agharti, left the family’s home in 1882 and settled in the city.
They moved into a house in a village called Aga Khan, where they started to teach the Indian language and traditions to the children.
The house was owned by Hermes’ father, Khargala, who lived nearby.
The next year, Kharlas father, Agharthi, died.
Khargaas father and his brother, Aghanash, moved into the house and eventually inherited the house from Agharthi.
In 1884, A Gharthi and Agharni left their family home and started to work at the library of a nearby Indian community.
The library was open to the public, and the library’s owners hired an Indian scholar named Anil Bhattachi to teach Indian literature.
At some point, Bhattacchi began to learn of the lost manuscript.
He learned of the missing manuscript and, according, wrote the manuscript’s author, a young man named Aghan.
Bhatacharya’s manuscript was published in 1887 and soon became a legend.
People in New England began to speculate that the manuscript was in some way connected to Bhatta.
In 1898, a manuscript of Bhattak’s was discovered inside the house in Aga, in a locked room.
It contained the manuscript.
Then, in 1902, a third manuscript, called the Aghan manuscript, was found in the library.
Both were found to be missing their illustrations.
The missing manuscript was eventually returned to the family in 1885, but the Aghas manuscript was not.
The following year, the manuscript that had been lost in 1901 was found to have the same illustrations, so the family moved it to the collection of the New York Historical Society, the Museum of Modern Art in the Bronx, and eventually the Metropolitan Art Museum in New Orleans.
After more than 50 years, the Agan manuscript was finally returned to its rightful owner in 2018.
The lost manuscript is now in the hands of the Kharlases family, who are using it as a museum exhibit.
The Agan manuscripts were a major part of the history of Indian art and literature, said Manoj Kumar, the museum’s director.
“The Agan has become an icon of Indian culture and its significance to modern-day India is immense,” Kumar said.
“We are very proud to have it in the museum.”
The museum has now digitized and opened it up for public viewing.
The exhibit features photographs of the Agha manuscript, the missing Aghan manuscripts, and Bhattah manuscripts, all of which were discovered in a book by a man who was known to have written the manuscript and who died in the early 1900s.
Kumar said the exhibit is a “unique opportunity to learn more about how these manuscript and other lost manuscripts have been brought to light.”
He said the museum is planning to put the missing manuscripts on display in the next year.
“It is a unique opportunity to understand the history behind these manuscripts,” Kumar added.
“They are not just books, they are also symbols and they are the symbols of the