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Alumni Travel Reading 2018-2019: South India

History

Wildlife Conservation

Tiger in Sundarbans Tiger Reserve. Image by Dibyendu Ash. Courtesy of commons.wikimedia.org.

Ranthambore National Park

Indian Cusine

India: Splendors of the South

Mysore Palace. Image by Jean-Pierre Dalbéra. Obtained on flickr with a Creative Commons license.

Bibliographer

Selected and Annotated By:
Pushkar Sohoni
Former Penn Libraries Specialist for South Asia

Revised By: Kelsey LeClair
Penn Dental Library 

For more information about this and other Penn excursions, please visit the Penn Alumni Travel Web site.

Delhi

Akshardham, Delhi. Courtesy of commons.wikimedia.org.

"Man-Eaters..."

Thrillers about tigers in India are by a colonial-era hunter and later conservationist, Jim Corbett, who wrote a series of books, the titles of which start as ‘Man-Eaters of ….’

Mumbai

Kabini River

Elephants by the Kabini River. Image by Anne Roberts. Obtained on flickr with a Creative Commons license.

Mysore Palace

Gates of the Maharaja Palace. Image by Mircea. Obtained on flickr with a Creative Commons license.

Sri Lanka

Other books of interest