TRAVEL BOOKS ON INDIA
I have listed a selection of Indian travel books available through Amazon.co.uk. If you wish to order any of the books, please click on the book images to order via Amazon.co.uk.
TRAVEL BOOKS COVERING THE WHOLE OF INDIA
The Footprint India Handbook (updated annually) at over 1400 pages is in my opinion a very comprehensive and quite accurate travel book on India
covering many of the smaller places of interest in addition to the mainstream sights and places. Includes sectional maps of India and a small selection of photographs.
Lonely Planet's 2015 revised pan India guide contains all the essential information for travelling in India. My scoring for the book 4/5
TRAVEL BOOKS COVERING GOA
TRAVEL BOOKS COVERING THE HIMALAYAN REGION
- Himalayan Mysteries >>
- This wonderfully illustrated large size coffee table book entwines the reader in the mystery and magic surrounded by the Himalayas. Published December 1, 2004.
TRAVEL BOOKS COVERING RAJASTHAN
TRAVEL BOOKS COVERING SIKKIM
- This book, published in 2001, gives information about Sikkim through many aspects. A special section of this generously illustrated guide is dedicated to the various trek routes including the Dzongri/Goecha La and Green Lakes treks.
TRAVEL BOOKS COVERING SOUTH INDIA
- Covers the states of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka, Andra Pradesh, Goa and the city of Mumbai (Maharashtra).
Published January 1, 2005
CULTURAL AND HISTORICAL BOOKS
- Calcutta: A Cultural and Literary History.
A pleasingly different type of book on Kolkata giving bountiful information on the city's past, culture and atmosphere. I strongly recommend this book to anyone interested in this fascinating and cultural capital city of India.
RAGHUBIR SINGH'S PHOTOGRAPHY
- The Grand Trunk Road: A Passage Through...
- The Grand Trunk Road (GT), or National Highway 2, is India's oldest highway linking (or in theory anyway) Calcutta and Kabul covering a distance of some 2 600 km's. Cities lying on the route include Varanasi, Delhi, Amritsar continuing across the border to Lahore and finally through Peshawar and the famous Khyber Pass to Kabul.
- Calcutta >>