Frommer's India

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John Wiley & Sons, Mar 4, 2008 - Travel - 628 pages
Frommer's. The best trips start here.

Experience a place the way the locals do. Enjoy the best it has to offer.

Expert advice on seeing the splendors of India with ease.

Outspoken opinions on what's worth your time and what's not.

Exact prices, so you can plan the perfect trip whatever your budget.

Off-the-beaten-path experiences and undiscovered gems, plus new takes on top attractions.

Frommer's India title is your personal tour guide to the colorful streets of Mumbai and bustling markets of Goa, to the natural wonders of the Cardamom Hills and the ancient treasures of Agra. Our book is the perfect marriage of practical information such as extensive hotel, dining, and attractions reviews with cultural information to give you the full picture of this exotic, up-and-coming destination. Also included are detailed maps, suggested itneraries to ensure you get the most out of your visit, and insider information on the best spas, temples, and the very best of India's wildlife. Go to, and learn more about India.

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About the author (2008)

Pippa de Bruyn is an award-winning journalist, travel writer (author of Frommer’s South Africa), and freelance editor.

Niloufer Venkatraman has a doctoral degree in anthropology from Temple University in Philadelphia. She has traveled widely since the age of 9, and has always been as awed by other places and cultures as her own. A resident of her native Mumbai, she has worked as lecturer in sociology and anthropology, giving up the bureaucratic Indian academic scene in 2001 to turn her attention to working as a freelance writer and editor.

Shonar Joshi is a writer by profession and explorer by heart. A strict believer in the art of drifting, she has dabbled with environmental television reporting, filmmaking, script writing, farming. and traveling—mostly in India, Nepal, and Sri Lanka. Her book Of Past Dawns and Future Noons is a testament to the passion with which she regards India and its rich ancient past, present, and future.

Dr. Keith Bain has a doctoral degree in cinema. When he’s not traveling the world in search of fantastic experiences, he spends his time writing and lecturing about film, media, theater, and contemporary culture.

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