Book Size: 5" x 7.75"

Pages: 288

Format: Paperback

ISBN: 9781566564458

Imprint: Interlink Books

Edition: 5

Illustrations: b&w illustrations , maps

Release date: 01/03/11

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A Traveller's History of India

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"Excellent...like others from the same stable, it provides a useful grounding for those whose curiosity exceeds the time available for research."-The London Evening Standard

About this book

For the traveler, India is both an inspiration and a challenge. The sheer wealth of Indian culture has fascinated generations of visitors. A Traveller's History of India covers the whole scope of India's past and present history and allows the reader to make sense of what they see in a way that no other guide book can.

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About the author

SinhaRaja Tammita-Delgoda is a Fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and has lectured and written extensively on India.

Reviews

"Excellent...like others from the same stable, it provides a useful grounding for those whose curiosity exceeds the time available for research."-The London Evening Standard * "An invaluable supplement to any guidebook about India, A Traveller's History of India-enjoyable reading on its own-allows visitors to make sense of their experience of a many-layered culture." -Small Press

Additional information

Author

Tammita-Delgoda, Sinharaja

Edition

5

Inprint

Interlink Books

Pages

288

Type

PB

Illustrations

b&w illustrations , maps

Release date

01/03/11

Author Home

India

Format

5" x 7.75"

Reviews

"Excellent…like others from the same stable , it provides a useful grounding for those whose curiosity exceeds the time available for research."-The London Evening Standard * "An invaluable supplement to any guidebook about India , A Traveller's History of India-enjoyable reading on its own-allows visitors to make sense of their experience of a many-layered culture." -Small Press

MainReview

"Excellent…like others from the same stable, it provides a useful grounding for those whose curiosity exceeds the time available for research."-The London Evening Standard