Ganga: A Journey down the Ganges River

Ganga: A Journey down the Ganges River by Julian Crandall Hollick

Ganga: A Journey down the Ganges River book was published about 5 years back. My first instinct is to call it an old book....
Delhi 14 Historic Walks by Swapna Liddle

Delhi 14 Historic Walks by Swapna Liddle

Delhi 14 Historic Walks is a book that I would have wanted to write. Based on my experiences of walking around the Indian cities...
Kathmandu by Thomas Bell

Kathmandu by Thomas Bell – Book Review

Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal is an intriguing place - an ancient city wrapped in a lot of mythology, where Hinduism and Buddhism co-exist...

Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert

Why is it that when you read a bestseller, more often than not, you are disappointed? This book Eat, Pray, Love also is not...
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...
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...
Travelling In, Travelling Out Ed by Namita Gokhale

Travelling In, Travelling Out Ed by Namita Gokhale

Travel can mean so many things to so many people. It essentially means getting out of your surroundings - internal or external. And stepping...
The Masque of Africa by V S Naipaul

The Masque of Africa by V S Naipaul

After having read many contemporary writers, I was expecting some heavy stuff from the noble laureate. But I swam in the simple flow that...

The Global Soul by Pico Iyer

I have had this book The Global Soul for a few years now. And now that I have read it. I feel I am...