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The Bengal Obituary Booklet By The Indiaman Magazine
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The Bengal Obituary. A Record of monumental inscriptions of the British in India. 437 pages including a 27 page alphabetical surname index. Originally published in 1851.
The Bengal Obituary Booklet By The Indiaman Magazine
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The Bengal Obituary. A Record of monumental inscriptions of the British in India. 437 pages including a 27 page alphabetical surname index. Originally published in 1851.
Dust & Jewels By Roxana Cazan
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This is a book of poems about women and identity, and portrays the search for fulfillment, inner life, and human relationships. The geographical coordinates of this project begin in Eastern Europe,... More > take a sharp turn into the Middle East, and spin further towards India.< Less
The Indian Hundi By James F Frayne
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Hundis refer to financial instruments which evolved on the Indian sub-continent and appear to have been in use there from at least the sixteenth century. They were used in trade and credit... More > transactions and, as such, were used as remittance instruments for the purpose of transfer of funds from one place to another. In the days of the Princely States and the British Raj these hundis served as Travellers Cheques. What makes hundis so interesting is the sheer variety of them and the uses to which they were put. As a safety precaution, moreover, they were usually written in an elaborate script which only bankers knew how to read and write. They are still used in India today, even though the resources of modern banking are available for most commercial transactions.< Less
On My Way By David Draper & Clayton Joseph Scott
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Collected writings of Clayton Joseph Scott Di Chiro during his travels in India,southeast Asia, and the Middle East, 2008.
Old Men Ought to be Explorers By Eric James
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In 1972, Canon Eric James made a six-month journey, visiting friends and Christian communities across much of Africa, the Indian sub-continent, the Pacific, Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong. His... More > journal provides a fascinating insight into life in that part of the world some 35 years ago.< Less
The Letter Book to You and Someone It is not a Secret By Dr. Alfred C. T. Kangolle
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This book is giving out issues that were thought to be secrets. It is no more a secrets to Indians, Pakistanis, Thailand people, Japanese and many others.
The Thoroughly Great Escape By Donna Nelson
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In 1979, Texas-native Donna Nelson traveled to the Himalayas—a region that had only been open to Westerners for two years. She was truly a pilgrim exploring a new world. Ms. Nelson traveled... More > East on several more journeys, returned to the States and embarked on a popular lecture series to discuss what she saw, learned about the culture, and most importantly what she felt. A Thoroughly Great Escape is a memoir from that time period, showcasing Nelson’s fascinating photos and personal commentary. The luminous beauty of the Himalayas contrasted with teaming cities and colliding cultures is the subject of this book.< Less
The Other Railway Children By David Maidment
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As the direct result of a life-changing encounter with a young streetchild in Bombay Churchgate station in 1989, David Maidment set about finding out how to help such exploited and vulnerable... More > children, leading to his founding of the Railway Children charity in 1995. David reflects in this book on that journey and the way the initial idea grew into what is currently a £3million a year turn-over charity working through many partners with street and runaway children in India, East Africa and in the United Kingdom. The book, as well as being a very personal account of his experience, seeks to identify the reasons why the charity has been so successful and the lessons learned on the way. All royalties from this book will be donated to the Railway Children charity< Less
The Voyages and Adventures of Vasco da Gama By George Makepeace Towle
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Vasco da Gama, born at Sines, a small seaport of Portugal, of a noble family, discovered the route to the East Indies by sea—a discovery of the greatest importance, not only in regard to... More > commerce, but to the civilization and political relations or Europe, and which laid the foundation of the commercial power of Portugal in the Indian seas.< Less

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