BOOK REVIEW: Wanderings through the Garhwal Himalaya

Wandering Through the Garhwal Himalaya’ makes excellent reading for those, “large-hearted sons of the soil, who, down the ages, have yoked the hills together, through thick and thin, good times and bad times, have laughed at the thunder and mocked the skies, have left for the plains only to return, again and again, to the call of the mountains.’

BOOK REVIEW: Wanderings through the Garhwal Himalaya

Book reviewed by T.S. Bakshi | November 24, 2017 Author Ganesh Saili’s readers have something to celebrate about, his latest book ‘Wanderings through the Garhwal Himalaya,’ just hit the stands, five years after ‘Gupp and Gossip,’ ‘Mussoorie Years,’ and  ‘The Letters of a Mussoorie Merchant’ by Niyogi Books were released.  Saili’s latest book is a nostalgic blend of photography and essays written over […]

From Assam’s tea gardens to the mesmerizing Himalayas, Ruskin Bond’s book is an unfolding mystery!

From Assam’s tea gardens to the mesmerizing Himalayas, Ruskin Bond’s book is an unfolding mystery!

–Review by Shweta Raj Kanwar ‘Journey down the Years’ is a Nature lover’s delight. From the very first chapter till the very last, the reader is taken on Ruskin Bond’s Wonderland- to put it right. However, as simple and predictable as it may sound given the fact that Ruskin Bond is seen presenting his own […]