Books / "The India Travelogue", from Álvaro Enterría

The 11th is Edition of an essential book to learn the ins and outs of the India. Based on his deep knowledge of the country and his experience of everyday life in Indian society, the author has written this guide, a true small encyclopedia where the fundamentals and roots of Indian civilization are exposed and the functioning of society, covering practically all aspects of Indian culture. Edit: Olañeta. Price: €24

India Travelogue

This book tries to answer in depth to the thousands of questions that make travelers, who are suddenly immersed in a complex and variegated world whose keys do not understand.

The traveler who lands on the India for the first time usually receive input a very strong impression. You will be dipped quickly in a boundless exuberance that his mind can not cover. Too many things to be able to analyze them, and all coexisting in the midst of apparent chaos without order or concert.

The richness of the Indian subcontinent challenges and exceeds any explanation or easy generalization. The India does not conform to Western schemes and escapes any classification. However, Indian society has a strong organization and a very coherent culture, and many of the actions that are incomprehensible to the newcomer back have very clear reasons.

This book aims to clearing the way for understanding of this huge country, home to a civilization that dates back without breaks until the age a little. In the various sections of the book ("history '," Religion', "society '," art ', "State ' and ' travel '" "" "" ") the author explains the principles and concepts by which even his people is governed. Offering a wealth of information on many aspects of the India, this is without doubt the most comprehensive book published in Spanish about this little understood country. Although in principle designed to accompany people travelling to the India, this book will be read with enjoyment by everyone who is interested in this country.

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By • 21 mar, 2016 • section: Books and CDs