A useful family guide I read my local libraryâs copyThis 624-page book â what would have been the 7th printed edition of November 2019, but is now the 1st reformatted print edition – is a colourful and informative guide to the Asian subcontinent of India.It has all the usual features, including excellent maps and diagrams. There are excellent colour photographs breaking up the text columns, so you can see what you are looking for. It is a handy up-to-date guidebook and is ideal for planning…
Hefty guide which still lacks detail away from key tourist hotspots This is the first ‘new’ edition of DK’s India Eyewitness guide book. From 2018 DK have been releasing re-envisaged guides which use non-glossy lighter-weigh paper, more flimsy covers, an increase in the use of photographs and, from my viewpoint, fewer drawn building cross-cuts and streetscapes. I’m not a great fan of the new layout but more positively the books are certainly lighter and easier to carry and much of the text has been re-written. As a result these books are less of an incremental…
Useful for planning and in the field Iâm writing this review having visited India twice. This latest iteration of the DK Guide to India is produced in a new format running to around 620 pages using an updated framework designed to discover and experience India. Thereâs a handy fold-out map of India inside the rear cover.The first main section of the book is âDiscover Indiaâ(Welcome; Reasons to Love India; Exploring/getting to know India; Itineraries/India your way; the Indian year and a Brief History).The…
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