My favourite travel books from around the world

This post is updated as and when I read a new book. If you have any suggestions, feel free to write to me at edwina1401@gmail.com

Let’s begin then…

Around India in 80 trains ~ Funny and Witty. This inspires me from time to time to get out and travel. A brilliant insight into the Indian railways and its routes across India. I’m excited to take up some of these journeys myself. Someday soon! | Buy now

Branding India: An Incredible Story | Buy now

Eat, Pray, Love ~ A good read in parts. The Italy is super fun. India is drab. Bali onward it picks up again. Slightly exaggerated narrative | Buy now

Maximum City: Bombay Lost and Found | Buy now

Strange Men Strange Place | Buy now

Holy Cow: An Indian Adventure ~ Written by a foreigner for the foreigners. If I keep my patriotism aside, it’s a fun read though | Buy now

The Alchemist | Buy now

The Argumentative Indian: Writings on Indian History, Culture and Identity | Buy now

No Full Stops in India ~  One could look at this book as time travel. Of the 10 essays, I most enjoyed The Kumbh Mela, The Rewriting of the Ramayan and The Deorala Sati | Buy now

Butter Chicken in Ludhiana: Travels in Small Town India ~ I ended up adding a few towns from here to my bucketlist | Buy now

Delhi is not far | Buy now


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Edwina D'souza

Read write watch, 2 left hands and feet, recluse, gazer and occasionally suffer from wanderlust syndrome!!

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