Book Review: Temples in Maharashtra, by Lalitha Balasubramanian

I am not very fond of travelogues, but some do make for interesting reading. The author of this book, Lalitha Balasubramanian, had written a travelogue that featured some of the temples of Kerala. I liked reading that, and thus decided to pick up this book too, the author’s next offering. I loved the cover art too.

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Book Review: Kerala – The Divine Destination, by Lalitha Balasubramanian

‘That’s the thing about books. They let you travel without moving your feet.’
~Jhumpa Lahiri~

At times, there’s nothing more relaxing than traveling. The heart gets tired of seeing the same things over and over again, and wishes to explore the unseen, hear the unheard and experience something new. Someone who is stuck in the city for most days of the week may prefer to venture out of it, and seek the sounds of nature, or the calmness of a village. Of course, there are occasions where one would seek out the warmth and familiarity of an old, treasured memory.

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