South India

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Lonely Planet, 2005 - Travel - 540 pages
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the longest running and best selling guide to South India we have extensive coverage of Goa and Kerala, it's not all sun, sand and full moon parties, this guide also features top tips on South Indian cuisine, arts and culture superior maps, listings and practical information South Indians are far more likely to be vegetarians than North Indians, no tandoori chicken or vindaloo curries here Kerala is the only Indian state governed by the Communist Party of India perhaps coincidentally, Kerala enjoys the nations highest literacy rates and lowest disease rates Kerala's state language is Malayalam, which is a palindrome and they are far more likely to speak English than Hindi

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Harding was born in Melbourne, Australia. He spent three years backpacking in Europe and Southeast Asia. In 1996 he joined Lonely Planet as an editor and now works full time as a writer.

Horton is a writer and photographer who travels extensively.

Author Simon Richmond lives in Japan, is an anime expert and co-authors the award-winning "Rough Guide to Japan

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