Lonely Planet India

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Lonely Planet Publications, Sep 15, 2010 - Travel
Lonely Planet is the expert on India. Our 13th edition eases you through the spicy diversity of India - from the thrilling bustle of Delhi's bazaars, to the laid-back beaches of Goa, the serene beauty of Himalayan Sikkim, and the majesty of Jaisalmer's ancient fort.
Lonely Planet guides are written by experts who get to the heart of every destination they visit. This fully updated edition is packed with accurate, practical and honest advice, designed to give you the information you need to make the most of your trip.
In This Guide:
Bonus activities chapter detailing camel treks, watersports and yoga
Tasty color feature reveals the best local food
Festive special section on India's most magical celebrations

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My points for lonely planets is poor for jammu and kashmir valley because nothing new updated, the same attraction , the same hotels from last 5 year they recommending the same
if the lonely
guide book editor are not affording the authors its better to hire local person voluntarily
all the travels not prefer to stay in crowed area of srinagar , at raj bagh area there is amazing backpacker hotels , which we can effort, and keep away our self from the touts in valley
to updated something new about the jammu and kashmir

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About the author (2010)

After finishing a business degree in Melbourne, Sarina bought a one-way ticket to India where she completed a corporate traineeship with the Sheraton. She later swapped hotels for newspapers, working as a freelance journalist and foreign correspondent. After four years in India, Sarina returned to Australia, pursued postgraduate journalism qualifications and wrote/directed Beyond the Royal Veil, a television documentary about contemporary Indian 'royalty'. She has worked on almost 20 Lonely Planet books including Rajasthan and Pakistan & the Karakoram Highway. She has also contributed to various international publications such as the Sunday Times and National Geographic Traveler and is the author of Polo in India. As well as Delhi, Sarina wrote most of the front chapters and Directory and Transport.

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