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Which are the five best guide books to read before visiting India?
A good guide book is the best friend of a traveller who wishes to visit India. But choosing the
best guide book to prepare your tailor made tour to India is a hard job. In fact today you
have a large choice of them in market. We suggest you to go first in a libarary and analyse all
the contents of these guide books for your best suit. These guide books as the best friend
during your travel, with all the information in one place. So be careful before buying one.
Here we have come up with some best travel guide books for your Indian holidays.
1. Lonely Planet India
It is the most popular of all travel guidebooks; Lonely Planet India allures you
with its simply designed yet intriguing covers. The detailed sections on each
state of the country, major cities and other getaways, cultural and historical
information, do’s and don’ts for travelers unfamiliar with local tradition and
customs, safety information for women, and of course hotels, transport, visas
and currency related information as well. The maps in the book are accurate
and very useful, especially for first time travellers. Lonely Planet also has
region and state specific guidebooks which give you more detailed information about a
particular part of the country.
2. The Rough Guide to India
Rough Guides, Mark Ellingham’s contribution to the travel world is another
popular travel content treasure. History and culture is examined and explained
at a deeper level for those interested, and tells you why you should visit a
particular site. The usual information regarding accommodation, transport and
dining is accurate and adequate, and the maps are quite easy to use.
3. DK Eyewitness Travel India
Pretty illustrations and colourful maps are given in this. Dorling Kindersley
Publishing has made sure that the lavish illustrations, 3D aerial views, and even
floor plans of sites you want to visit, make this book a great companion while
travelling in India. Overall it’s a great guidebook to have with you while
4. Frommer’s India
This guide book is best suitable for those who don’t worry about their budget. It
is aimed at those who look at slightly higher end hotels and travel itineraries
without too much of a budget constraint, one of the useful features of this book
is that it has discussions and suggestions that will help you decide what you may
and may not want to do. The maps are not the best, so unless you have a prebooked car with a local driver who knows the roads, this guidebook may not be
your best option.