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Best Travel Selling e-Books of All Time Written by Indian Author

If you like to roam in a country like India, you will never finish all India. Because along with such a big country, you have included so much story and history inside it, exploring it as if it is impossible. So, if you want to explore in India, then before traveling on the journey, it is very important to know about the history of that place. If you take some history together while traveling on the comb, then its fun is something else. So before exploring India, it is good to read and carry some important books.

And out of that, one more thing becomes a little innovative. This is such a thing that you can explore with you anywhere. In which you will not need to hire a tourist guide. A book is a medium in which you can read a book electronically.

Comes to your mobile with just one download click. After that, you will get to know about the tourism and travel fundamentals of India and sometimes India.

So, if you plan to visit Next, then you can read the books given below.

 

Best Travel Selling eBooks of All Time

1. Lonely Planet Best of India (Travel Guide)


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Lonely Planet’s Best of India is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Marvel at the intricate floral designs on the Taj Mahal, float along Kerala’s backwaters as the sun sinks behind whispering palms, and dive into the teeming bazaars, mighty fortresses and fine dining of Jaipur – all with your trusted travel companion. Discover the best of India and begin your journey now!

2. Indians: A Brief History of A Civilization


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Indian civilization is an idea, a reality, an enigma. In this riveting book, Namit Arora takes us on an unforgettable journey through 5000 years of history, reimagining in rich detail the social and cultural moorings of Indians through the ages. Drawing on credible sources, he discovers what inspired and shaped them: their political upheavals and rivalries, customs and vocations, and a variety of unusual festivals. Arora makes a stop at six iconic places — the Harappan city of Dholavira, the Ikshvaku capital at Nagarjunakonda, the Buddhist centre of learning at Nalanda, enigmatic Khajuraho, Vijayanagar at Hampi, and historic Varanasi — enlivening the narrative with vivid descriptions, local stories and evocative photographs. Punctuating this are chronicles of famous travellers who visited India — including Megasthenes, Xuanzang, Alberuni and Marco Polo — whose dramatic and idiosyncratic tales conceal surprising insights about our land.

3. Lonely Planet Trekking in the Nepal Himalaya


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Lonely Planet Trekking in the Nepal Himalaya is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Tour through the hidden backstreet courtyards and temples of Kathmandu, explore the base of the world’s highest mountain and learn everything you need to know to trek through this incredible region -all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of the Nepal Himalaya and begin your journey now!

4. Lonely Planet India (Travel Guide) (Country Guide)


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Lonely Planet’s India is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Marvel at the intricate floral designs on the Taj Mahal, watch the setting sun cast a rosy glow over the otherworldly landscape of Hampi, and listen to monks chanting in the shadow of the mighty Himalaya in Ladakh – all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of India and begin your journey now!

5. Unforgettable Places to See Before You Die


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Life is short. Take yourself to places you’ll never forget.

We owe it to ourselves to see as much of this beautiful world as possible. This is for people that want to see ancient monuments, extraordinary scenery, endangered wildlife, inspiring cultures, architecture and art – places that give us the chance to grow and expand our horizons. Unforgettable Places to See Before You Die is the first title in an exciting international bestselling series of books that will help you search out essential sights and experiences around the world.

6. The Best Things in Life are Free (Lonely Planet)


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Lonely Planet’s The Best Things in Life are Free is packed full of money-saving tips, tricks and recommendations for the best-value sights and experiences around the world. From parks, museums and exercise classes that are free, to insider ideas on food and experiences offered at great value, this book features over 60 major cities around the world and promises to help any traveller on a budget to make the most of their trip.

7. Bhagwaan ke Pakwaan


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The rice beer bellies of a Christian village in Meghalaya; food fed to departed Zoroastrian souls; a Kolkata-based Jewish community in decline; Tibetan monks who first serve Preta, the hungry ghost; and fifty-six-course feasts of the Jagannath temple-these are the stories in Bhagwan Ke Pakwaan (or, food of the gods), a cookbook-cum-travelogue exploring the connection between food and faith through the communities of India. There are legends and lore, angsty perspectives, tangential anecdotes, a couple of life lessons and a whole lot of food.

8. Early Sunrise, Early Sunset: Tales of a Solo Woman Traveler Across North East and East India


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Priyanka Rastogi is a fervent explorer backed with rich experience in travel and tourism Industry from the grassroots level. As an author of ‘Early Sunrise, Early Sunset’, Priyanka opens up three treasure boxes to you, the readers.

The first box reveals the beauty of the rising North East India, the seven sisters along with states of Sikkim, West Bengal, Odisha, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Bihar – inside and out. The first-hand experience of the author highlights the exquisiteness of these states that lies in the simplicity of people, tribal richness and biodiversity through her short yet rooted trips.

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