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Andaman Islands In Wonderland

By: Tilak Ranjan Bera(Author)
232 pages, colour photos, colour maps
Publisher: Niyogi Books
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This fascinating book takes the reader on a journey to the Andaman Islands, a captivating archipelago that has been shrouded in mystery because of its geographical distance from the mainland of India. The author, in his unique style and lucid manner, reveals the natural, cultural and human wealth of these islands through his personal experiences, extensive studies and explorations of the region for over 25 years. The Andaman Islands: In Wonderland captures the various moods of the terrain and its rich heritage in different seasons. It contains detailed descriptions of the disastrous effects of the tsunami that took place on 26 December 2004. Its exclusive photographs and meticulous presentation make the book a collector's choice.

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By: Tilak Ranjan Bera(Author)
232 pages, colour photos, colour maps
Publisher: Niyogi Books
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