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  1. 5 out of 5

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    I wish there was an option for zero rating.. there's not... hence this one star given with a heavy heart. Anyone equipped with half the common sense of a five year old and a mobile with Google translator or even an old fashioned Hindi to English dictionary will be able to travel to India much easier than with the "valuable" aid provided by this book . Not worth the 400 odd rupees I made a dear friend spend on it..actually not even worth quarter of the amount. I wish there was an option for zero rating.. there's not... hence this one star given with a heavy heart. Anyone equipped with half the common sense of a five year old and a mobile with Google translator or even an old fashioned Hindi to English dictionary will be able to travel to India much easier than with the "valuable" aid provided by this book . Not worth the 400 odd rupees I made a dear friend spend on it..actually not even worth quarter of the amount.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jaideep Khanduja

    http://pebbleinthestillwaters.blogspo... Book Review: India Travel Survival Guide For Women by Shalu Sharma:A Sincere Effort For A Severe Cause India Travel Survival Guide for Women by Shalu Sharma is a sincere and serious attempt by a woman write for all women who travel or intend to travel in India. India is one of the most versatile country in terms of caste, regionalism, culture, traditions and religion. You will face different set of problems in different cities. For women, India is still a n http://pebbleinthestillwaters.blogspo... Book Review: India Travel Survival Guide For Women by Shalu Sharma:A Sincere Effort For A Severe Cause India Travel Survival Guide for Women by Shalu Sharma is a sincere and serious attempt by a woman write for all women who travel or intend to travel in India. India is one of the most versatile country in terms of caste, regionalism, culture, traditions and religion. You will face different set of problems in different cities. For women, India is still a not very safe and secured place to roam around specially during night, and in isolated locations. As far as cover of India Travel Survival Guide for Women by Shalu Sharma is concerned - it is quite catchy, fitting perfectly well with the topic and provides a good amount of hint right away what are the intentions of the writer. So if you are a woman who is coming to India for the first time or umpteenth time, or if you are a woman in India and have some known women who keep visiting the country; or if you are someone who cares for women specially those who are coming from other countries with a complete trust; then this book is for you for your own enlightenment or to guide others for whom you care. India Travel Survival Guide for Women by Shalu Sharma talks about extremities and mostly are based on the reality of life in the country. Definitely there are serious areas of concern that need attention from administration and government agencies and are lingering on for years now with no focused attention. There are 24 chapters - each one is unique and quite informative. The book has been written with real cases and data that cannot be denied and are quite sensitive to bring shame to the nation. India has many religious and pious cities & tourist places - but it is shameful that many of the heinous crimes against foreigner women tourists have happened in these places. Overall India Travel Survival Guide for Women by Shalu Sharma is a must read to get your grey cells shaken and getting acquainted with the real facts that are too harsh and insulting. Before this cancer spreads to a third degree in the country, a collective and focused attention is required to get the slate neat and clean once for all so that even a young woman never thinks twice for travelling in the country at any moment of time and to any place.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Susanne Leist

    Before I read this book, I had no idea how unsafe it is for a woman to travel alone in India. I don't travel alone and unfortunately, I don't get to travel too often. But this book has opened my eyes. TV and movies don't accurately depict what life is like in India. India is a beautiful country, but women are still not respected as they should be. If I ever get to visit to India, I will definitely bring this book along with me. It has many useful tips. Before I read this book, I had no idea how unsafe it is for a woman to travel alone in India. I don't travel alone and unfortunately, I don't get to travel too often. But this book has opened my eyes. TV and movies don't accurately depict what life is like in India. India is a beautiful country, but women are still not respected as they should be. If I ever get to visit to India, I will definitely bring this book along with me. It has many useful tips.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Courtney

    Some helpful advice (esp. how to use squat toilets!) but also a lot of filler where she's just repeating cases of tourists getting raped or terrorist actions. I understand it's good to talk about these cases but it was just like 2 or 3 pages where she would just list cases with no connection to the rest of the text. Also she repeated a lot of these cases later in the book like she had not stated them already. Advice is good, especially if you are totally new to traveling in a poor, non-Western c Some helpful advice (esp. how to use squat toilets!) but also a lot of filler where she's just repeating cases of tourists getting raped or terrorist actions. I understand it's good to talk about these cases but it was just like 2 or 3 pages where she would just list cases with no connection to the rest of the text. Also she repeated a lot of these cases later in the book like she had not stated them already. Advice is good, especially if you are totally new to traveling in a poor, non-Western country. Unfortunately I think the people that need to read this most are the ones least likely to even look into travel advice. Do I regret buying it? No, it was cheap, so worth the money, and I like that it was self-published. It just was kind of redundant to read at times. Good thing it was short.

  5. 4 out of 5

    P.S. Winn

    I really loved this books no nonsense approach to the problems in India and I like the common sense approach to good traveling tips no matter where you are going. Great job

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