National Geographic Traveler: India brings the land of sovereignty to every explorer and traveler in exquisite pictures, approachable guide tours, alluring sidebars and important insider tips. Extraordinary tours and not-to-miss lists, for example, a rickshaw ride through Old Delhi or a drive through provincial Mumbai, furnish a cozy impression of everyday life. Lesser-known information of the nation are likewise uncovered, in addition to handy data as getting to a certain destination and getting around, where to stay and social and recreational musts to capitalize on your visit.This flawlessly delineated guide deftly escorts readers to India’s most mainstream destinations -the Taj Mahal, the pink sandstone city of Jaipur and the water palaces of Udaipur, to name a couple. This guidebook covers the nation in full, from the capital city of Delhi to the most distant ranges of the subcontinent, incorporating Rajasthan, the Deccan, Goa and the Himalayas. A far reaching audit of the nation’s boundless history and rich society leads the book, while point by point sidebars throughout dive into India’s complete self – investigating a myriad of themes such as Indian spices, the concept of marriage in India, palace hotels and Mahatma Gandhi.Louis Nicholson’s National Geographic Traveler: India includes three-dimensional floor plans and nitty gritty architectural design drawings, in addition to key provincial and neighborhood maps and handy information on the most proficient method to get around the country. Hand picked accommodation and restaurants and specific recreational as well.
About the Author
Born on 1st May, 1954, Louise Nicholson is an author, lecturer and a British arts journalist. She graduated from the University of Edinburgh with a MA honours degree in History of Art in 1976. She has written 26 books, based mostly on India and London and also writes for the Apollo art magazine. in 2010, she won the National Association of Professional Women award. Nicholson also has been a guest lecturer for National Geographic, National Trust of America, Fellows of Contemporary Art of Los Angeles and Young Presidents’ Organization.