Indian Himalaya: a Lonely Planet travel survival kit

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Lonely Planet, Sep 1, 1996 - Travel - 458 pages
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The vast Indian Himalaya, 'abode of the gods', has been an inspiration and retreat for travellers from Mahatma Gandhi to the Beatles. This guide offers extensive coverage of the region, from the remote Buddhist monasteries of the high Himalaya to the decrepit grandeur of the hill stations of the British Raj.

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Contents

FACTS ABOUT THE REGION
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Flora Fauna
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Government Politics
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Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Greenway caught his first tropical disease in 1985 and has had the travel bug ever since. Gratefully plucked from the blandness and security of the Australian Public Service, he is now a full-time traveller and writer.

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