Peep Peep Don’t Sleep by Ajay Jain

Peep Peep Don’t Sleep by Ajay Jain

Peep Peep Don’t Sleep is a collection of road signs in the Indian Himalayas. Primarily in and around Ladakh, Himachal Pradesh, and Uttarakhand has...
Around India in 80 Trains by Monisha Rajesh

Around India in 80 Trains by Monisha Rajesh

Trains are fascinating almost everywhere across the world. But Indian trains are special. They are the world in themselves. A small little universe on...
Dar Dar Gange by Abhay Mishra and Pankaj Ramendu

Dar Dar Gange by Abhay Mishra and Pankaj Ramendu

Another Bibliophile recommended this book Dar Dar Gange to me. And I immediately picked it up, as it was one of the very few...
Highway 39 by Sudeep Chakravarti

Highway 39 by Sudeep Chakravarti

A journalist takes Highway 39 that runs from Assam to Manipur via Nagaland. A region that is like a black hole to most of...
Delhi 101 by Ajay Jain

Delhi 101 by Ajay Jain – Book Review

Ajay Jain, a well-known travel writer and the founder of India’s first Travel Café Kunzum writes about Delhi. His hometown, a city that he...
India’s Legendary East Coast by P K De

India’s Legendary East Coast by P K De

The author was a photo officer with Ministry of Tourism, The government of India. Today I am sure a lot of people would envy...
Chai Chai by Bishwanath Ghosh

Chai Chai by Bishwanath Ghosh – Book Review

Chai Chai is the first book by the author of Tamarind City. And you can see that the author Bishwanath Ghosh has grown in his...
In the Hot Unconscious by Charles Foster

In the Hot Unconscious by Charles Foster

Westerners in India, in search of the meaning of life, ashram hopping, jostling with the crowds, taking notes and most of the times still...
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....
Tamarind City by Bishwanath Ghosh

Tamarind City by Bishwanath Ghosh

Chennai, a city that has been the true South India for me. And probably for most North Indians like me. Both because of its...