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Postcards from India: India’s Hidden Gems Tell their Stories by Sinjana Ghosh

With each chapter, I was on a beautiful journey to the place described in it. The unique factor of the book is the narration, it’s a letter from the place. It’s like the place is calling you to visit it, it’s so mesmerizing.

I have already visited havelock island but the chapter on swaraj dweep made me nostalgic and now I wish to go back there again.

It’s not a travelogue book but can be kept handy if you wish to visit the places mentioned. There is a comprehensive to-do list for each place.

My personal favorite chapter is about Rameshwaram and it has ignited flames in my mind to plan a trip there soon.

Available on Amazon in Kindle Edition and Paperback.

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