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  • Nanda Deviby Hugh Thomson

    Orion 2010; Not Available

    The story of an amazing journey to one of the remotest, most mysterious places on earth Until 1934 the Nanda Devi Sanctuary had never been visited by human beings. Surrounded by 20,000 foot peaks which effectively seal off the mountain at their centre it is virtually impenetrable. But in 1934 Eric Shipton and Bill Tilman solved the problem... more...

  • A South Indian Journeyby Michael Wood

    Penguin Books Ltd 2007; US$ 15.98

    Inspired by a temple astrologer (who had accurately predicted his marriage and the birth of his two daughters), the writer and broadcaster Michael Wood travelled on a magical journey through south-east India. more...

  • The Customs of the Kingdoms of Indiaby Marco Polo

    Penguin Books Ltd 2007; US$ 7.98

    As Marco Polo (1254-1324) returned home across the Indian Ocean, after years in the service of Genghis Khan, he picked up a fabulous array of stories from sailors and merchants, about the peoples of the region, some reliable, some wholly implausible, but all fascinating. Great Journeys allows readers to travel both around the planet and back... more...

  • Hindoo Holidayby J.R. Ackerley; Eliot Weinberger

    New York Review Books 2012; US$ 17.95

    In the 1920s, the young J. R. Ackerley spent several months in India as the personal secretary to the maharajah of a small Indian principality. In his journals, Ackerley recorded the Maharajah?s fantastically eccentric habits and riddling conversations, and the odd shambling day-to-day life of his court. Hindoo Holiday is an intimate and very... more...

  • Magic Busby Rory MacLean

    Penguin Books Ltd 2007; US$ 15.98

    In the 1960s hundreds of thousands of young Westerners, inspired by Kerouac and the Beatles, blazed the 'hippie trail' overland from Istanbul to Kathmandu in search of enlightenment and a bit of cheap dope. Since the Summer of Love, the countries that offered so much to these dreamers have confronted the full force of modernity and transformed... more...

  • Hall of a Thousand Columnsby Tim Mackintosh-Smith; Martin Yeoman

    Hodder & Stoughton 2011; US$ 16.20

    All the best armchair travellers are sceptics. Those of the fourteenth century were no exception: for them, there were lies, damned lies, and Ibn Battutah's India. Born in 1304, Ibn Battutah left his native Tangier as a young scholar of law; over the course of the thirty years that followed he visited most of the known world between Morocco... more...

  • Hall of a Thousand Columnsby Tim Mackintosh-Smith; Martin Yeoman

    Hodder & Stoughton 2011; Not Available

    All the best armchair travellers are sceptics. Those of the fourteenth century were no exception: for them, there were lies, damned lies, and Ibn Battutah's India. Born in 1304, Ibn Battutah left his native Tangier as a young scholar of law; over the course of the thirty years that followed he visited most of the known world between Morocco... more...

  • India's Unending Journeyby Mark Tully

    Ebury Publishing 2012; US$ 15.98

    Sir Mark Tully is one of the world's leading writers and broadcasters on India, and the presenter of the much loved radio programme 'Something Understood'. In this fascinating and timely work, he reveals the profound impact India has had on his life and beliefs, and what we can all learn from this rapidly changing nation. Through interviews and... more...

  • Chasing The Monsoonby Alexander Frater

    Pan Macmillan 2011; US$ 9.67

    The fascinating and revealing story of Frater's journey through India in pursuit of the astonishing Indian summer monsoon. more...

  • Chasing the Monsoonby Alexander Frater

    Pan Macmillan UK 2005; US$ 11.81

    On the 20th May the Indian summer monsoon will begin to envelop the country in two great wet arms, one coming from the east, the other from the west. They are united over central India around the 10th July, a date that can be calculated to within seven or eight days. Frater follows the monsoon, staying sometimes behind it, sometimes in front of it,... more...