Masks of Nyarlathotep
From the Tea House:
This work is amateurishly printed and bound; approximately a sixteenmo; 5 ¼” wide by 6 ¾” high; unnumbered, but at least several hundred pages. The cover is a black painted wooden board and the paper is irregularly cut. The text, in Hindi, is sometimes blurry and suggests the work was hastily printed and assembled. Also stamped in a brown ink onto the first page is an odd symbol: a circle with three curved lines extending from the bottom and two paired outward facing right angles on the top. There are no other illustrations. Pencil annotations (also in Hindi) are clustered at certain points in the text.