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Postcards from Thailand: Ayutthaya

 Postcards from Thailand: Ayutthaya

About the E-Book:  If you are in Thailand, you could choose to skip any attraction but not the ancient city of Ayutthaya. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, fully deserving of its status, it was the Thai capital for 417 years.

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The Wild Elephants of India and Nepal

E-Book: The WIld Elephants of India and Nepal

About the E-Book: 

Personally, elephants are one of my favourite animals.

They always have been, but they truly won my heart when they put on an unbelievable show in the Manas National Park in the north-eastern state of Assam of India. 

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Ladakh: The Buddhist Festivals

E-Book: Ladakh - The Buddhist Festivals

About the E-Book: Ladakh, located in the high altitude Himalayas in northern India, is the sacred land of Buddhists. Staying isolated from the rest of the world for a good part of the year has enabled Ladakhis to preserve and practice their religion like they have for centuries. And it shows in the Buddhist festivals, annual events at most monasteries. Come, enjoy glimpses of these unique traditions.

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Download the e-book from any of the following sources. More formats coming soon.

* FREE PDF
* Lulu (PDF) – Coming Soon
* Magzter (PDF) – Coming Soon
* iTunes (Interactive iBook) – Download, and add to iPad / iPhone through iBooks / iTunes
* iTunes (Interactive iBook) – Direct from Apple (Might not be available in some countries)
* iTunes (ePub) – Coming Soon
* Kindle (.mobi) – Coming Soon
* ePub (for most reading devices) – Coming Soon

Ladakh: The Buddhist Circuit

Ladakh - The Buddhist Circuit

About the E-Book: You have to hand it to the Buddhists. For centuries they have gone about practicing and preserving their religion, not diluting its essence over generations, and continuing to command the respect and veneration of the followers of this faith. Their art and architecture has been admirable throughout – and they managed to perch their installations on sites you can barely trudge up to. Modern day builders cannot emulate these. Go on the Buddhist circuit in Ladakh in India to feel all this for yourself.

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Download the e-book from any of the following sources. More formats coming soon.

* FREE PDF
* Lulu (PDF) – Coming Soon
* Magzter (PDF) – Coming Soon
* iTunes (Interactive iBook) – Download, and add to iPad / iPhone through iBooks / iTunes
* iTunes (Interactive iBook) – Direct from Apple (Might not be available in some countries)
* iTunes (ePub) – Coming Soon
* Kindle (.mobi) – Coming Soon
* ePub (for most reading devices) – Coming Soon

iBook Interactive – Download Directly from the iTunes store – http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/ladakh-the-buddhist-circuit/id539198279?ls=1(Note: This may not work in some countries including India due to Apple’s policies – but try anyway)

Postcards from Kashmir

Postcards from Kashmir: E-Book by Kunzum About the E-Book: There is something royal about Kashmir. You can feel it in the air, especially in Srinagar, its summer capital. And why not? If the Mughal emperors could make the long arduous journey centuries back to Srinagar for their pleasures, they must have had good reason to. In many ways, the state has lost a lot in the over two decades of political disturbances. Fortunately though, it still retains more than enough charm for the traveller. Come, join us in the journey.

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