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Travel & holiday
So much travel to do, such little time. Not to mention the agonizing decision making process of where to go and what to do.
This is where the Kunzum Travel List comes handy. It is a compilation of great holiday ideas for you to choose from. From all across India, Nepal and the rest of the subcontinent. Experiences you will cherish, and remember for a lifetime. Evoking envy amongst your friends and family.
All travelogues are based on personal experiences of the author. Peppered with anecdotes and photographs, the author wants to inspire, not just inform. The book wants to transport you on a holiday twice - once, when you read it, and again when you live it for yourself.
Just go, and have a great time travelling.
About the series: The Kunzum Travel List is a series of compilations of great holiday ideas, each volume covering 25. Watch out for updates on http://kunzum.com/travellist.
About the Author
Ajay Jain is a full time writer, journalist and photographer based in New Delhi in India. He is not limited in his medium of expression, equally comfortable writing for newspapers and magazines, as well as his own books and blogs. He pursues his passion for travel writing by being on the road as much as he can.
Some of his other travel books include Peep Peep Don't Sleep (a travelogue of funny road signs and advertisements), Delhi 101 (where he covers 101 surprising ways to discover Delhi) and Postcards from Ladakh (a pictorial travelogue on Ladakh). His non-travel books include Let?s Connect: Using LinkedIn to Get Ahead at Work (a management guide to using the world?s foremost professional networking site, LinkedIn.com) and Don't Feel Stupid at 60 (on how to lead one?s life so there are no regrets in one?s later years).
He has worked for and written columns for national publications in India including The Hindustan Times, Mint, Financial, Indian Management (Business Standard), Outlook Business, Deccan Herald, Mumbai Mirror (Times of India), Discover India, Swagat, Asian Age and Rediff.com. He has also edited a youth newspaper, The Campus Paper.
Prior to taking up writing, he has worked in the Information Technology and Sports Management sectors. He holds degrees in Mechanical Engineering (Delhi College of Engineering, 1992), Management (Fore School of Management, 1994) and Journalism (Cardiff University, UK, 2002). His schooling was at St. Columba's School in New Delhi.