Title:Building Bridges to the Third World: Memories of Nepal 1950 - 1992
Publisher:Book Faith India
Subject:Business / Economics | Anthropology/ Sociology | Science | Nepal Anthropology | Nepal Non-Fiction | Nepal Economy | Non Fiction | Social Science | Development | South Asia | Economics | Biography
Remarks:contains B&W Photographs.
Size:188 x 251 mm
This book is a fascinating account of Nepal. In this book, the author has described about each and every facts of Nepal including its natural beauty, political history, lifestyle and many more. In this book, he has succeeded drawing on a wealth of exciting personal experiences and adventures in depicting the opening of the country in the years following 1950. He has a particular knack for describing what many tourists find so fascinating about Nepal, its grandiose natural beauty, its unique cultural treasures and above all the engaging peoples of the Himalaya with their cheerfulness of soul. In a stirring and entertaining manner, the author also describes about the political problems of the small country sandwiched between two heavily armed and extremely powerful neighbors. He depicts how Nepal has up to now mastered this dangerous political balancing act as a small independent state. This book provides not only exciting but also informative reading of Nepal.