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Land Of The Dawn Lit Mountains

Author : Antonia Bolingbroke-Kent
ISBN : 9781471156571
Genre : Travel
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**SHORTLISTED FOR ADVENTURE TRAVEL BOOK OF THE YEAR, 2018 EDWARD STANFORD AWARD** A thrilling and dangerous adventure through Arunachal Pradesh, one of the world's least explored places. 'A fabulously thrilling journey through a beguiling land' Joanna Lumley 'With tremendous verve and determination Antonia plunges through an extraordinary world. Thank heavens she survived to tell this vivid and thoughtful tale' Ted Simon, author of Jupiter's Travels 'A tale of delight and exuberance - and one I'd thoroughly recommend. Bolingbroke-Kent proves a great travelling companion - compassionate, spirited and with a sharp eye for human oddity' Benedict Allen, author of Edge of Blue Heaven and Into the Abyss 'A transformative journey that gripped me from the very first page' Alastair Humphreys, author of The Boy Who Biked the World and Microadventures 'Remote, mountainous and forbidding, here shamans still fly through the night, hidden valleys conceal portals to other worlds, yetis leave footprints in the snow, spirits and demons abound, and the gods are appeased by the blood of sacrificed beasts' A mountainous state clinging to the far north-eastern corner of India, Arunachal Pradesh - meaning 'land of the dawn-lit mountains' - has remained uniquely isolated. Steeped in myth and mystery, not since pith-helmeted explorers went in search of the fabled 'Falls of the Brahmaputra' has an outsider dared to traverse it. Antonia Bolingbroke-Kent sets out to chronicle this forgotten corner of Asia. Travelling some 2,000 miles she encounters shamans, lamas, hunters, opium farmers, fantastic tribal festivals and little-known stories from the Second World War. In the process, she discovers a world and a way of living that are on the cusp of changing forever. 'A beautifully written, exciting and revealing book that harks back to a golden age of travel writing' Lois Pryce, author of Revolutionary Ride
Category: Travel

Discovery Of North East India

Author : Suresh Kant Sharma
ISBN : 8183240364
Genre : India, Northeastern
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Category: India, Northeastern

The Ashes Of Time

Author : Peter Knyte
ISBN : 9781912367078
Genre : Fiction
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The vastness of India holds many secrets. Some so ancient even their names are lost... With only an ancient set of cryptic directions as a guide, and the murderous Order of Icarus trying to find them, our group of adventurers must decide what to do next. If they break cover from where they have been hiding in Turkey it won’t take long before their enemies begin their pursuit. But the only map they have to follow is so ancient the world it once described may no longer exist. There can be no going back, and no shortcuts to find what they seek. Perhaps only the strange dreams and visions that visit them on the sound of distant drums can help them reach their goal. _________________________ To find out what happens, read The Ashes of Time, the third and final installment in the Flames of Time trilogy.
Category: Fiction

Energy And Power In North East India

Author : Subhadeep Bhattacharjee
ISBN : 818324338X
Genre : Electric power consumption
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Chifely with reference to Tripura, India.
Category: Electric power consumption

Himalayan Heritage

Author : J. P. Singh Rana
ISBN : 8175330260
Genre : Himalaya Mountains Region
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In this book the author has come out with an explanation of the age old Socio-culture-Religious, processes of the traditional life style of people who still have formidable beliefs in their kinship and social organization/status. This book has drawn attention to what have in the past been more or less back-waters of the literary main-stream, save for some actions in Gazetteers or in the books left behind by foreign travellers during the British regime, which is still pretty much an unbeaten track for others.
Category: Himalaya Mountains Region


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ISBN : UVA:X001776564
Genre : Arunāchal Pradesh (India)
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Category: Arunāchal Pradesh (India)

India Who S Who

Author :
ISBN : UOM:39015068891772
Genre : India
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Category: India

Zonal Road Atlas Of India

Author : TTK Healthcare Limited. Printing Division
ISBN : UOM:39015059120785
Genre : Atlases
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The Land Of Seven Sisters

Author : J. P. Saikia
ISBN : UOM:39015027764664
Genre : India, Northeastern
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On the social life and customs of the people of the northeastern region of India.
Category: India, Northeastern

Dynamics Of Political Process

Author : B. Satapathy
ISBN : UOM:39015024979703
Genre : Arunāchal Pradesh (India)
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Category: Arunāchal Pradesh (India)

Important Bird Areas In India

Author : Asad Rafi Rahmani
ISBN : UOM:39015062443794
Genre : Nature
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Edited by the Bombay Natural History Society, this book is the result of five years' exhaustive work by the BNHS. The data, which form the core of the book, have been collected by more than 1,000 people: many hundreds of professiona and amateur ornithologists, birdwatchers, conservationists, forest officials, and others interested in birds. It is the most detailed publication ever produced on the subject of birds or conservation and it uncovers, analyzes and assesses all of the evidence, presenting it together with all the sources. The study has given a detailed analysis of sites that have been identified for bird conservation in India on the basis of globally accepted criteria. Each bird area is introduced with maps, analysis, avifauna section with tables of threatened species present, and a brief description of threatened birds, which have important habitats in the relevant states. The study shows that out of 465 important birds in India, 191 wildlife sanctuaries have been idenfitied as IBAs, 52 are national parks, 23 are tiger reserves, while 198 are not officially protected.
Category: Nature

Lands Of Lost Borders

Author : Kate Harris
ISBN : 9780062839312
Genre : Travel
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"Lands of Lost Borders carried me up into a state of openness and excitement I haven’t felt for years. It’s a modern classic." —Pico Iyer A brilliant, fierce writer makes her debut with this enthralling travelogue and memoir of her journey by bicycle along the Silk Road—an illuminating and thought-provoking fusion of The Places in Between, Lab Girl, and Wild that dares us to challenge the limits we place on ourselves and the natural world. As a teenager, Kate Harris realized that the career she craved—to be an explorer, equal parts swashbuckler and metaphysician—had gone extinct. From what she could tell of the world from small-town Ontario, the likes of Marco Polo and Magellan had mapped the whole earth; there was nothing left to be discovered. Looking beyond this planet, she decided to become a scientist and go to Mars. In between studying at Oxford and MIT, Harris set off by bicycle down the fabled Silk Road with her childhood friend Mel. Pedaling mile upon mile in some of the remotest places on earth, she realized that an explorer, in any day and age, is the kind of person who refuses to live between the lines. Forget charting maps, naming peaks: what she yearned for was the feeling of soaring completely out of bounds. The farther she traveled, the closer she came to a world as wild as she felt within. Lands of Lost Borders is the chronicle of Harris’s odyssey and an exploration of the importance of breaking the boundaries we set ourselves; an examination of the stories borders tell, and the restrictions they place on nature and humanity; and a meditation on the existential need to explore—the essential longing to discover what in the universe we are doing here. Like Rebecca Solnit and Pico Iyer, Kate Harris offers a travel account at once exuberant and reflective, wry and rapturous. Lands of Lost Borders explores the nature of limits and the wildness of the self that can never fully be mapped. Weaving adventure and philosophy with the history of science and exploration, Lands of Lost Borders celebrates our connection as humans to the natural world, and ultimately to each other—a belonging that transcends any fences or stories that may divide us.
Category: Travel