13th Edition / September 2009
1,244 pp / 28 pp colour / 256 maps
Next edition due: September 2011
India doesn't even have to try: it will bowl you out with its head-reeling mix of cultures, its fast-swelling cities, its still-visible history and its thousands of different landscapes. Get on a train - the quintessential Indian experience - and chug your way past apple blossom and snowy peaks, fort-scattered deserts, tropical beaches and eerie salt plains.
- 250 detailed and easy-to-use maps
- Bonus activities chapter details camel treks, water sports and yoga
- Full-colour sections of India?s highlights and best local food
- Special section on India?s biggest events
Tips for finding the best accommodation in India
In India, Rajasthan is known as the Land of Kings. Traveller highlights include Udaipur, the 'Venice of the East' which houses the world's biggest turban; Jaisalmer's ancient fort which is still a working city and Pushkar's annual camel fair with people and camels as far as the eye can see. But it's the Karni Mata Temple in Deshnok where they honour the kaba rats, that might take your breath away.
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