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Gyan History of Darjeeling And The Sikkim Himalaya

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Gyan History of Darjeeling And The Sikkim Himalaya

Darjeeling and Sikkim Himalaya, with their sublime snowy ranges and the tabulous Kanchenjungha, have no parallel in their physical charm and the mountaineering challenges it offer. Explorer and writer K.C. Bhanja has depicted the land and the people, the legends and expeditions, the religions and rituals of the region in authentic colours. He has delved deep into the mystique if the Himalayas, bringing out yet unknown historical facts and figures, including the expeditions by brave men who came here for the love of adventure and opened the virgin territory for others to see and enjoy. The mountains and lakes, streams and rivers, glaciers and avalanches, fauna and flora, monasteries and lamas, yaks and yatis come alive in his description. The book includes a lengthy account of Tibet, the forbidden land, and the numerous mysteries it contains. This includes the holy peak and lake, Kailas and Mansarovar. The first-hand account gathered by the author makes the narrative authentic as well as fascinating. For any tourist in the region it is an information-packed handbook.

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Brand / Publisher Gyan Books
Return Policy 30 Days
Book Type Text Books
ISBN 9788121204415
Author K.C. Bhanja
Language English
Subject History
Pages 306
Binding Hardback


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Gyan a leading publisher, publishes scholarly books on humanities, social science, information technology, education, defence, encyclopaedia, political science, anthropology, art, biography, history, music, environment, philosophy etc. Gyan is committed to academic books of high potential, in order to flow knowledge from India to the whole world. A world wide network stablished in 1984 , Gyan has come a long way, with over 2500 titles published so far. 

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