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Lonely Planet Publications, 2005 - Travel - 1140 pages
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Remarkable, bewildering, totally irresistible - India offers a million different experiences, all at once, all the time. If you seek spiritual enlightenment, the thrill of scaling the mighty Himalaya, or the buzz of a modern hypermetropolis - or if you just want to lie on a tropical beach and count cows - discover the sensory overload that is India with this topselling guide. Book jacket.

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Review: Lonely Planet: 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

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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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