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A comprehensive guide to India

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Brought to you by Outlook Traveller people, this is a very comprehensive travel guide on India. It covers whole of India – from the popular tourist destinations to the less-visited corners. Every detail is provided, be it maps, hotels, restaurants, major points to cover, tips, and how to reach.

Welcome to the first comprehensive India travel guide by the leading travel guide publisher of India:

Your exhaustive guide to India with over 350 destinations: cities, hill stations, beauty spots, heritage sites, wildlife sanctuaries, trekking circuits, adventure hotspots, beaches, backwaters, places of pilgrimage, resorts and retreats…

Special features on India’s history, culture, natural features, cuisines, legendary personalities and specialities of the regions covered

Presenting a portrait of India, ideal for travellers and armchair readers

Based on the first-hand experiences of our writers

India is the seventh largest country in the world. Its population is one billion (one thousand million), making it the second most populous country after China. It is more than three times the population of the United States though its area is only about one-third. It is the largest democracy in the world.

The distance from India’s southern tip to its northernmost point is 3214 kms. Its distance from east to west is 2933 kms. It has 7,516 kms of coastline on three bodies of water: the Arabian sea off its western coast, the Indian Ocean to the south and the Bay of Bengal on its eastern side.

India is mainly an agricultural country, though it also has a large iron and steel industry and produces every type of manufactured goods. In the last few years India has gotten more and more involved in information technology and every year over 100,000 software professionals leave India to work in other countries, mainly the United States.

The two main religions are Hinduism (80%) and the Muslim religion (10%) but there are also small numbers of Buddhists, Christians, Sikhs, Parsees and Jains.

There are 25 states, six union territories and the National Capitol Territory (Delhi) in the Republic of India.

Welcome to the first comprehensive India travel guide by the leading travel guide publisher of India:

• Your exhaustive guide to India with over 350 destinations: cities, hill stations, beauty spots, heritage sites, wildlife sanctuaries, trekking circuits, adventure hotspots, beaches, backwaters, places of pilgrimage, resorts and retreats…

• Special features on India’s history, culture, natural features, cuisines, legendary personalities and specialities of the regions covered

• Presenting a portrait of India, ideal for travellers and armchair readers

• Based on the first-hand experiences of our writers

• Information on places to stay (across all budgets), places to eat, shopping, how to reach by air, rail and road, STD codes, tourist offices, best weather to go…

• Sightseeing info: entry fees, timings, phone numbers, websites…

• 40 route and tourist guides that map your journey to your destination

• 132 pages of hotel listings, plus tourist offices and travel agents India at a glance in a handy pull

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