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Lonely Planet, 2007 - Travel - 1236 pages
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India doesn't even have to try - it will bowl you out with its head-reeling mix of cultures, its fast-swelling cities, its still-visible history and its thousands of different landscapes. Get on a train - the quintessential Indian experience - and chug your way past apple blossom and snowy peaks, fort-scattered deserts, tropical beaches and eerie salt plains. This guide includes - over 250 detailed, grid-referenced maps; new activities chapter covers festivals and activities like language classes, yoga courses and Ayurvedic massage; colour highlights section with reader and author experiences; improved coverage of Delhi accommodation.

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Lonely planet is corrupted guide book in srinagar Region because last 10 year there is nothing new updated , even the hotels
For like us Backpacker travel like to stay in dorm room but there is the guide book mention Humza guesthouse where we have to sleep in show room

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About the author (2007)

Singh is a passionate world traveller. She has a business degree from Melbourne.

Bindloss has a degree in Biology and has been a mural painter, sculptor and rock climbing tutor.

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