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Amritsar to Lahore by Stephen Alter

Amritsar to Lahore by Stephen Alter

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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...

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