Rickshaws, Rajas and Roti

An India Travel Guide and Memoir
Narrated by: Brie Anna Faye
Length: 3 hrs and 39 mins
Categories: Travel & Tourism, Asia
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Publisher's Summary

India, the land of rickshaws, rajas, roti, and more. It's both a wonderful and in some cases, challenging and stressful country to visit. In spite of some harrowing experiences there, India occupies a place near to my heart. I wrote this book to help foreign tourists to India have a safe and enjoyable trip that is so wonderful that they'll have a deep desire to return to India, either physically, or through fond memories of the journey.

This book is different than most India travel guides in that while it includes some information on places to stay and things to do and see, it focuses more on how to thoroughly enjoy the trip, how to stay safe, and how to enjoy the deeper cultural aspects of India that may be missed by most tourists.

©2015, 2017 Rebecca Livermore (P)2017 Rebecca Livermore

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  • 01-18-19

Rubbish utter garbage if you prefer the American.

I don’t wish to know what I can get at MacDonald’s in India One reason someone might go to India is to escape McDonald’s and Pizza Hut Chapters on India’s religions from someone who just doesn’t know anything about India or spirituality other than from a safe born again Christian world. Lesson on how to cross a busy Indian road Trying to fill pages with what is crap. Go to India live,it smell it, taste,it touch it, my your bum burn a bit. But you will love it if you read this book you will be come mad enough to write your first and only review to date.

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