India Handbook

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McGraw-Hill/Contemporary, 2000 - India - 1408 pages
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This award-winning series is packed with up to 1,700 pages of up-to-date, in-depth travel information and fascinating background details, including highlights of every town and site, money-saving tips, health precautions, and anecdotes on local history, culture, and customs.
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Contents

Section 1
683
Section 2
714
Section 3
715

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About the author (2000)

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.

Bradnock was born and raised in India. After graduating she worked as a librarian. She now writes Footprint's Sri Lanka and Goa Handbooks.

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