Book Review - Empires of the Indus

Empires of the Indus by Alice Albinia

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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...
The Red Rucksack by Ben J. West

The Red Rucksack by Ben J. West – Book Review

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The Red Rucksack is a travelogue that tells the story of a pharmacist who gives up his running business to travel solo around the...
Book Review Buddha in Central Asia by Sunita Dwivedi

Buddha in Central Asia by Sunita Dwivedi

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The author of Buddha in Central Asia Sunita Dwivedi was born in Kushinagar. The city where Buddha attained Mahaparinirvana. She goes to central Asia...
Sahara A Journey of Love, Loss and Survival by Paula Constant

Sahara A Journey of Love, Loss and Survival by Paula Constant

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Sahara by Paula Constant is a sequel to her first book Slow Journey South. In the first book, she wrote about her walk from...
Becoming a Mountain by Stephen Alter

Becoming a Mountain by Stephen Alter

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Himalayas - the aura that name generates is nothing compared to what the mountain and its various ranges can do to the ones who...
Kathmandu by Thomas Bell

Kathmandu by Thomas Bell – Book Review

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Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal is an intriguing place - an ancient city wrapped in a lot of mythology, where Hinduism and Buddhism co-exist...
Travelling In, Travelling Out Ed by Namita Gokhale

Travelling In, Travelling Out Ed by Namita Gokhale

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Travel can mean so many things to so many people. It essentially means getting out of your surroundings - internal or external. And stepping...
Bucket List of a Traveloholic by Sarika Pandit

Bucket List of a Traveloholic by Sarika Pandit

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I have been writing a travel blog for a decade now. And I must admit I have not read much of either travel blogs...
A Strange kind of Paradise by Sam Miller

A Strange kind of Paradise by Sam Miller

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India is a mystery - even to people who are born and brought up here. So the foreigners who come here are totally lost...
Delhi Mostly Harmless Elizabeth Chatterjee

Delhi Mostly Harmless by Elizabeth Chatterjee

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Participant Observer is a technique in anthropology, where the researcher becomes a part of the community or society he or she is studying. They...

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