Nainital: The Land of Trumpet and Song ; Based on J.M. Clay's Book on Nainital

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Abhinav Publications, Jan 1, 1999 - Naini Tal (India : District) - 207 pages
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A Gem In Perfect Setting, This Charming Lake Resorts With Its Graceful Willows Encircling The Emerald Mountain Lake. During The Day, The City With Brightly Coloured Villas, Bungalows, Ponies, Rickshaws And Sailboats Beckons The Visitors To Discovers The Town In The Special Way. And As The Sun Sinks Behind The Mountains, The Hill Station Turns Into An Enchanting, Alluring Fairyland. The Lake, Reflecting The Rows Of Lights Dancing In The Water, Weaves A Mysterious Fantasy. That Is How Is Nainital - The Lake Town. There Are Few Hill Stations In India, Which Cater To Such A Wide Variety Of Tastes As Nainital - Famed For Its Scenic Beauty, Sung In Lore And Legend. Nainital Stands By Itself, For It Is An Ideal Resort For All Types Of Holidaymakers The Serious, The Curious And The Pleasure Seeking. Perhaps, Of No Other Hill Station Can It Be Said That India'S Cultural Unity In Diversity Is Not A Mere Slogan But A Living Reality.The Book Has Been Thoughtfully And Beautifully Illustrated By Anup Shah, The Internationally Recognised Nature Photographers.

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If you intend to buy this book for the historical photography of a beautiful place,you will not be disappointed. If it is unbiased history of Nainital you are looking for, this is not the book for you. Funny how the British-babu hangover has not dissipated for the author even after five decades (that is when it was published) of independence. 

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