Nagpur Darshan

60.00

The city of Nagpur is at the centre of India the subcontinent. The information about the places for tourism surrounding Nagpur is presented in this book. This is the very first book in this field about Nagpur tourism. It includes 16 maps in colour. The traveler can travel with it without any human guide.

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The city of Nagpur is at the centre of India the subcontinent. The information about the places for tourism surrounding Nagpur is presented in this book. This is the very first book in this field about Nagpur tourism. It includes 16 maps in colour. The traveler can travel with it without any human guide.

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Weight 100 kg
Dimensions 21.5 × 14 cm
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