Mountains, Radio Waves and a Love Letter by Shinji Yoshikawa

Shinji Yoshikawa takes readers on a journey to the remote Evergreen Ranch in Chiapas, Mexico. Through his introspective writing, Yoshikawa invites readers to reflect on the importance of modern-day amenities and infrastructure in our lives, and whether true joy and fulfillment can be found in the simplicity of nature.

Journey to the West by Devanath Thenabadu

Devanath’s memoir is not just a travelogue of seeing places, but includes ongoing philosophical meanderings, both about his own experiences and the wider human variety. His intellectual explorations are bolstered by his gift for language, which elevates this book to new heights.

Indian Stories: Images and Thoughts by Ravi Valluri

It is an utter delight from beginning to end. A smorgasbord of historical people and places, facts, festivals and parties, pilgrimages and ancient texts. It is also full of touching examples of everyday life - as Ravi Valluri explores with a kindly eye, the nooks and crannies of India and its people.
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Book Review: Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer

Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer is a non-fiction account of the life of Christopher McCandless, a young man who, upon graduating from college in 1990, gave away all his money and took up a life of wandering the country, mostly in the western and southwestern states.

Book Review: Grit Gravel and Gear by Dhruv Bogra

Title: Grit Gravel and GearAuthor: Dhruv BograGenre: Adventure/Travel, Non-FictionPublisher: The Write placeLanguage: EnglishNarration Type: First person narration by Author Dhruv Bogra.  Book Summary: Grit Gravel and Gear Twenty-two...

Book Review: Dream Beyond Shadows by Kartikeya Ladha

Title: Dream Beyond Shadows Author: Kartikeya Ladha Genre: Travel, Non Fiction First Publication: 2018 Language: English  Book Summary: Dream Beyond ShadowsSeated on a chair with a pair of eyes fixed at...

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