Footprint India

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Footprint, 2004 - Travel - 1407 pages
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From the freezing heights of the Himalaya to the warm waters of the Andaman Sea, this title offers a comprehensive and authorative guide to this fascinating land. Maharajas' palaces to rustic beaches and 1001 ways to get off the beaten track together with insights into Indian culture.

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About the author (2004)

Robert Bradnock is an international authority on India. He was born there in 1943 and went back overland in 1966 as a research student at Cambridge to live in South India for a year. That journey was the first of many visits living and working throughout the sub-continent. He is head of the department of geography at the University of London's world famous School of Oriental and African Studies.

A Bengali by birth, Roma was brought up in Calcutta where she graduated in English. Roma's Hindi and Bengali and Robert's basic Tamil see them through even remote corners comfortably.

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