Set in contemporary India, A Burning is the story of three unforgettable characters, all dreaming of a better future, whose lives are changed for ever when they become caught up in the devastating aftermath of a terrorist attack.
This easy-to-use identification guide to the 280 bird species most commonly seen in India includes high quality photographs from one of India’s top nature photographers accompanied by detailed species descriptions.
Adela Quested has come to the Indian town of Chandrapore to marry. Together with her elderly companion Mrs Moore, they befriend the charming Dr Aziz, who offers to show them the Marabar Caves.
Monisha Rajesh turns to a map of the Indian Railways and takes a page out of Jules Verne's classic tale, embarking on a very modern adventure around India.
A rollercoaster ride through a land of chaos and contradiction with a woman on a mission to save her soul, her love life – and her sanity. Australian author.
Berlitz Pocket Guide Delhi combines lively text with vivid full-colour photography to highlight the very best that this fascinating city has to offer.
Hindi For Your Trip is the perfect travel companion thanks to its downloadable audio format and portable booklet.
Compact, clear, and packed with key words and phrases to help conversation, this pocket-sized Hindi phrasebook is a trusty travel companion.
This soft-laminated folded map of India North features maps of: India North (1:3 000 000 / 1 cm = 30 km); Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Jaipur, Agra, Varanasi, Amritsar, Jodhpur, and Udaipur (all at 1:30 000 / 1 cm = 300 m); and Bodhgaya (1:15 000).
Bradt’s Kashmir makes the ideal companion whether you want to white-water raft on the Indus River, relax on a houseboat or explore Buddhist culture at shrines up and down the region.
Explore exciting new recipes from the streets of India’s four biggest cities: Mumbai, Kolkata, Delhi and Chennai.
William Dalrymple brings his entertaining style to bear on the history, art and architecture of Delhi. From the mutiny of 1857 through to partition, all amid the bustle of contemporary Delhi, this is both a scholarly history and an entertaining traveller’