The Travel Gods Must Be Crazy By Sudha Mahalingam

Travel Gods Must be crazy are author Sudha Mahalingam’s part travelogue and part memoirs. I had the opportunity to travel with Sudha during one...
The Shooting Star by Shivya Nath

The Shooting Star: A Girl, Her Backpack and the World by Shivya Nath

It is not easy to review books by authors you know well. I have known Shivya Nath since she started blogging. Have off and...
The Hippie Trail – A history by Sharif Gemie & Brian Ireland

The Hippie Trail – A history by Sharif Gemie & Brian Ireland

The Hippie Trail is an analysis of the most famous and probably most unique traveler’s trail that has a personality of its own. Living...
Vagabonding – An Uncommon Guide to the Art of Long Term World Travel by Rolf Potts

Vagabonding – Art of Long-Term World Travel by Rolf Potts

I must admit I had never heard of Rolf Potts despite being a travel blogger for so many years. I picked up this book...
Chasing the Monk's Shadow by Mishi Saran

Chasing the Monk’s Shadow by Mishi Saran

Chasing the Monk's Shadow by Mishi Saran is a very difficult book for me to review. For this is a book that I would...
Amritsar to Lahore by Stephen Alter

Amritsar to Lahore by Stephen Alter

Amritsar to Lahore is a book that covers the longest short distance between two marquee cities of Punjab as it was. Amritsar the city...
The First Indian by Dilip Donde

The First Indian by Dilip Donde – Solo Circumnavigation

The first Indian by Dilip Donde is the story of the first Indian solo circumnavigation under sail. It is surprising that with thousands of years...
The Kangra Valley Train by Premola Ghose, Ram Rahman

The Kangra Valley Train by Premola Ghose, Ram Rahman

The Kangra Valley Train by Premola Ghose is an illustrated book. A book that talks about a subject through multiple mediums – text, pictures...
Monkeys, Motorcycles, and Misadventures

Monkeys, Motorcycles, and Misadventures by Harsha

Monkeys, Motorcycles, and Misadventures by Harsha are the tale of three friends who decide to walk on this well known yet practically unknown journey...
Book Review - Empires of the Indus

Empires of the Indus by Alice Albinia

Empires of the Indus had been on my reading list for a very long time. I read Leela’s Book by Alice Albinia earlier. Mahabharat has inspired...

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