Paul Stump was born in London and has been a writer, journalist, and broadcaster for 15 years. Specializing in popular culture, he has written for—and made appearances on—BBC radio and TV, as well as contributing articles on travel, the arts, sports, and comedy to Harpers and Queen, Uncut, The New Statesman, The Guardian, and many other prestigious publications. He is currently writing a novel and divides his time between London, south Wales, and northern France.
India: Secrets of the Tigerby Paul Stump
India: a land of dazzling diversity, a subcontinent of dramatic extremes—from the Himalayas in the north to the Indian Ocean in the South, from lush valleys to sere deserts, from idyllic beaches to chaotic city streets. A land of contrasts and contradictions, where millions of pilgrims bathe and bury their dead in the sacred waters of the Ganges. A land of elaborate festivals and religious ceremonies in the poorest of villages. A land of serenity and frenzy—the Taj Mahal and the teeming urban crowds; the classical arts of ancient civilizations and the cutting-edge films of Bollywood. There are many ways of becoming acquainted with this vast and bewitching land—but few as delightful or memorable as the images in this beautiful book.
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My kids in US. This book help them to understand about the India.