India

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Lonely Planet Publications, 2005 - Travel - 1140 pages
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the longest running and best selling guide to India Indian lead author Sarina Singh, eight years with Lonely Planet, has a greater insight into Indian society, culture and languages than any guidebook author detailed itinerary maps guide you around the main sights and highlights of the North, the South, and off the beaten track much more to draw the reader in and excite them about their trip: an all-new eight-page colour Highlights section, Getting Started section, and itineraries with maps improved, state-by-state coverage of festivals and activities like trekking, rafting, yoga courses and Ayurvedic massage there are over 32,000 Hindu gods and goddesses (and more created every day) India boasts 18 official languages, 200 recognized languages and countless dialects India's population increases each year by more than the entire population of Australia

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Review: India (Lonely Planet Country Guide)

User Review  - Grace Hardy - Goodreads

People who say to do it without the guidebook are either incredibly brave or flat out crazy! I couldn't have tackled India without this on a first visit! Yes there are occasional inaccuracies but ... Read full review

Review: India (Lonely Planet Country Guide)

User Review  - Savannah Darling - Goodreads

I've used Lonely Planet for everywhere I've traveled, and so far I don't think you can go wrong their travel guides. I'm looking forward to putting this knowledge to good use in India early next year. Read full review

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Singh is a passionate world traveller. She has a business degree from Melbourne.

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