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  • Sale! A Slow Boat Down the Ganges

    A Slow Boat Down the Ganges

     500.00

    One man decides to raise awareness about pollution in India’s holiest river, the Ganges by canoeing down from Haridwar to Kolkata making this the first time a canoe has made this journey. A SLOW BOAT DOWN THE GANGES is a story about the expedition, a first hand, first person account of the journey, which apart from being an endurance adventure, turned out to be a pilgrimage down a river that sustains about 500 million people living on its basin.

    This book makes for fascinating reading, bringing to life each day, each paddlestroke, each trial and tribulation, each moment of success, the frustrations and the jubilation, that was intrinsic to a journey down one of the world’s greatest rivers.

    Currently the book is available in India only because of the prohibitive shipping cost to courier it overseas. Till such time as it is not available on Amazon stores globally, sorry about that. The Kindle edition is available though … click here.

  • A Slow Boat Down the Ganges

     300.00

    This is the story of an incredibly beautiful, enlightening, meditative, therapeutic, not to mention physically and emotionally demanding paddle from Haridwar to Kolkata. This is the first time anyone has paddled a canoe down the Ganges. The experience was extraordinary and I got to meet some incredible people along the way, and witness the diversity that exists along the Ganges, and changes as one goes downstream. I hope you have a good read.

  • A Slow Boat Down the Ganges

    A Slow Boat Down the Ganges (pdf)

     299.00

    One man decides to raise awareness about pollution in India’s holiest river, the Ganges by canoeing down from Haridwar to Kolkata making this the first time a canoe has made this journey. A SLOW BOAT DOWN THE GANGES is a story about the expedition, a first hand, first person account of the journey, which apart from being an endurance adventure, turned out to be a pilgrimage down a river that sustains about 500 million people living on its basin.

    This book makes for fascinating reading, bringing to life each day, each paddlestroke, each trial and tribulation, each moment of success, the frustrations and the jubilation, that was intrinsic to a journey down one of the world’s greatest rivers.