Inspiring Quotes from Postcards from India
Hello! This is the 17th post in my series for #BlogchatterA2Z 2022. Coming up with relevant lists every day is tough, to match it with letter is tougher. And because I’m working hard folks, I just wanted to steal this opportunity to shamelessly promote my book to you. If you have not read my debut book yet, here are the top 5 inspiring quotes from my book. I just hope you enjoy reading this… and you enjoy this enough to go ahead and try the book! 😉
This excerpt is from the postcard from Dhanushkodi. The story of Dhanushkodi, the ghost town of India is so inspiring. It’s a story of resilience and community spirit.
This excerpt is from the postcard from Ecchegaon. The picturesque hamlet in the hills is talking about the Ramitey viewpoint here.
Havelock Islands, also known as the Swaraj Dweep is the largest and most popular island in Ritchie’s Archipelago. Radhanagar Beach in Havelock is one of the best beaches in India as well as in the world. No wonder Havelock proudly gushes about her crown jewel here.
Lachung is a hidden gem in Sikkim. It was the highlight of my trip to Sikkim. This excerpt is where Lachung introduces Herself with utmost honesty. She sounds proud, but words don’t do justice to Her impeccable beauty.
I am really fascinated by this information about Virupaksha Temple. This excerpt is from the postcard from Pattadakal, the historic land of the majestic Chalukyas.
To know more about these beautiful, offbeat gems of India, and read these interesting letters, buy my book on Amazon or Notionpress.
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If you liked these quotes share it with your friends and let them know about the book. Thank you for your time. I’ll see you soon with another listicle.
Hi Sinjana, Good teaser. I think I should take some tips from you when I plan my holiday next. I so want to go to Kanyakumari and see the Dhanushkodi. Unfortunately, my partner is not much interested in travel and hence most of the times, I’m stuck.
Thank you so much. I have been out of travel scenes for a long time due to my pregnancy and few other events. But I’ve travlled extensively enough in south to guide you on any trip.
I remember reading your book. The style of your narration keeps readers hooked till end. And what I really liked is your choice of places. Exotic yet from remote India. Wishing you all the best for your future endeavors.
Thank you so much Swarnali!