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Essential India Travel Guide: Travel Tips And Practical Information by [Sharma, Shalu]
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  • File Size: 5158 KB
  • Print Length: 176 pages
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  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00J2EI19W
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars 26 customer reviews
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As a keen traveller I am a sucker for a good guide and as a lover of Indian food I have always wanted to travel to India.

This guide is a great place to start researching your trip to India from sights to see, how to keep children occupied, common Hindi phrases etc. Also discussed is the matter of pre-travel checks such as immunisations.

All in all a great guide to India and it has certainly kept my desire to visit the country burning!
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I want to go to India so bad! I love the food and the people are so friendly, I would love to visit the country in person! This book is extensive! It cover everything you could possible want / need to know about traveling or visiting India including all the different states, best sightseeing spots, their culture, things to bring with you to India...I could go on and on! I thoroughly enjoyed this book and really hope I get to use it to its full advantage by visiting Indian SOON!
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I bought this book inspire of some bad reviews. To be honest, don't listen to the bad reviews - they don't know what they're talking about.
This book has the basic essential information that I haven't found in any other book about travelling to India.
I know a fair bit about India now, but I probably wouldn't have found the Indian railway website on my own without this book and there are some very basic info, which, I would probably overlooked too. The author has included some basic phrases and greetings in Hindu, so I might be able to say "hello" by the time I get there next year.
And the author has included her website/email address, so if you need extra help, you can always email her for advice. I will be taking this book with me, as I won't remember all the info and it will give me something to read on the plane.
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Bought this book as a guide for my trip to India. There is not much information about India which I was experiencing to see in a travel guide. If you want to buy a travel guide then this is not a right book.
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Not very up to date having just been there
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Too basic in content I'm afraid.
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Very disappointed with this guide.

This book is just a cobbled together hash of supposed 'tips' on how not to be robbed, acquire a stomach bug etc. All of it is just common sense or information that could easily be obtained with a little research elsewhere. There are some sections about Indian religion and culture but nothing you wouldn't find in a real travel guide.

You would not need to have visited India to write a book like this, that says it all really.

If you want to know about actual places in India and what you might find when you get there, this book is not for you.
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THIS BOOK IS A COMPLETE WASTE OF MONEY....DO NOT BUY IT unless you really do need an idiots guide and haven't travelled outside the uk in the last 30 years. This really is the worst travel guide I have ever purchased and I have quite a collection. The writing is big, not necessarily a bad thing, but bearing in mind only pages 21 to 47 (big writing and pictures) refers to places to go in India, it really is a waste of paper stating the obvious. An idiots guide is an under statement. I now know!!! To drink bottled water .....and drink it at intervals, take out travel insurance and ask hotel reception for location of a doctor, take sunglasses, wear a hat, wear light clothes, wear sun screen, places to shop.....malls and streets. The idiots guide just goes on and on but one classic I should mention......do wear antiperspirant! While this book really is an idiots guide, it would appear that I am in fact an idiot for buying it and am no wiser on India than I was before this purchase. Looks as if I'll have to revert back to the reliable Berlitz guide which will actually tell me things I can't guess.
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