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Here&Rsquo;S A Quiz. If You Answer All The Questions Right, You Do Not Need This Book.
A) India&Nbsp; B) Brazil&Nbsp;&Nbsp; C) Portugal&Nbsp; D) Brighton&Nbsp;
&Nbsp;A) Patna&Nbsp; B) Thiruvananthapuram&Nbsp;&Nbsp; C) Panjim&Nbsp; D) Diu
3. Mamola Bai Ruled From This City, For Almost Fifty Years. Of Course, She Did It In Purdah, But She Ruled It Nevertheless.
Okay, So You Need This Book.
In This Book You Will Find A Lot Of Info On Twelve Indian Cities. There Is Also Some Fun Stuff Like A Begum Slapping A British Officer, A Dead Body Swinging About And Telling The Future, A Man Who Made Art Out Of Stuff People Threw Away, And A Bowl Of Boiled Beans.
And If That&Rsquo;S Not Enough, Then There&Rsquo;S A Whole Bunch Of Writers Who Have Written About Their Favourite Cities. Thank You, And Here Come The Names In Alphabetical Order: Alexander Frater, Amit Chaudhuri, Amitava Kumar, Anita Nair, Ashok Vajpeyi, C.S. Lakshmi, H. Masud Taj, Kaumudi Marathe, Kynpham Sing Nongkynrih, Nayantara Sahgal, Vinod Mehta, William Dalrymple.
Ha. Like We&Rsquo;Re Going To Give You The Answers. If You Want To Know What They Are, You Buy A Book, Read It And Find Out.
Warning: You Will Develop Itchy Feet After Reading This Book. Do Not Wash With Antiseptic. Just Plan Your Next Holiday To One Of These Cities And Explore It With This Book In Hand.
Age Group: 12+
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