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Flipkart Official Review
There are very few travelogues out there that make you laugh. Also, there are very few travelogues which are ironic and comic and also explore humanity – all rolled into one. Srinath Perur’s book is all of that and more. It is an account of a conducted tour of the country – the idea to be on a tour with strangers and then to encounter strangers is indeed fascinating.
Perur’s book is of ten places in the country – each with its own heritage and culture. The writing is crisp and often explores the dichotomy of human behaviour. Perur looks at the country and its people the way they are and makes no bones about it.
Travel writing calls for a lot of detailing, which Srinath excels at in his book. “If it’s Monday, It Must Be Madurai” is a frank account of the country and its people. A read for the bus or the train journey, that is long pending
This is a delightful read which is a travelogue about ten tours conducted in India. It gives a view about India’s tourist and travelers, their experiences and a portrait of India. It is an entertaining and sometimes comical read.
Summary of the book
This book gives you a hint on what it is like to travel for adventure, lust and God. It is full of rich and wonderful experiences like: hanging onto the back of a camel in the Thar, rediscovering music on the trail of Kabir, the joining of thousands of people from across the nation on an ancient pilgrimage in Maharashtra and crossing root bridges near Cherrapunji. The book is not just about the places, but also the nature of travel as it is done today. The picture taking and the mini buses packed with tourists who go hopping from one temple to another, or those who like to have mind-blowing experiences in faraway lands.
About the Author
Srinath Perur is a writer who lives in Bangalore. His writings on travel, science and books have appeared in various magazines.
Fun read about fellow Indians
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