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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 From when he was born till the age of 6 he would go with his sister and his nanny around the markets. But when he turned 6 his mother sent him to a foster family in england to get an education. Born in Bombay, India on 12/30/1865. He loved India very much. It was his favorite place. Rudyard Kipling Well he was with his foster family he was abused. Until one day when a guest came to the house and saw how terrible he was. The guest called kiplings mother to let her know what was happening. Kiplings mother got there as fast as she could and got him out. Attended United Services college at westward ho at the age of 12At age 16 he moved to Lahore, India to work with his family on the Civil and Military Gazette and the PioneerLater in life he went back to India and fell in love all over again with the country. Kipling became friends with Balestier and got to know his sister Carrie. The two appeared to be just friends, during christmas he received an urgent cable from Carrie. Balestier his friend had died suddenly. Kipling rushed back to india and within eight days Carrie and Kipling got married.Became a Teacher of Architectural ScriptureAccepted a Nobel Peace prize for literature in 1907Kipling Died in 1936Rest in Pace Rudyard Kipling Where Kipling spent most of his time in India By the Hoof of the Wild Goat uptossed From the cliff where she lay in the Sun Fell the Stone To the Tarn where the daylight is lost, So she fell from the light of the Sun And alone! Now the fall was ordained from the first With the Goat and the Cliff and the Tarn, But the Stone Knows only her life is accursed As she sinks from the light of the Sun And alone! Oh Thou Who hast builded the World, Oh Thou Who hast lighted the Sun, Oh Thou Who hast darkened the Tarn, Judge Thou The sin of the Stone that was hurled By the goat from the light of the Sun, As she sinks in the mire of the Tarn, Even now--even now--even now! Kiplings most well known poem "By the hoof of the Goat"
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