click here to return to the Verandah Books home page
click here to view our Kipling book list
click here to use our search engine
click here to learn how to order one of our books
click here to return to the Verandah Books home page
click here to view our Kipling book list
click here to use our search engine
click here to learn how to order one of our books
         
           
           
  Select a topic to view a list of related books
from our India and South Asia selection
   
           
  Topic    
       
  sort by   -  items per page  
           
           
  Topic : Indian Himalaya 101 results found, showing page 1 of 1  
       
    Ali, Salim.   INDIAN HILL BIRDS. £18.00    
         188pp. Illustrated in colour on 64 plates painted by G.M.Henry. Covers 300 species most likely to be seen `by the hot-weather visitor to the hill-stations of India - Himalayan as well as peninsular.'   Near-fine in like dw. An outstanding copy.   1981 Third impression, Oxford University Press, India.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Ali, Salim.   INDIAN HILL BIRDS. £18.00    
         188pp. Illustrated in colour on 64 plates painted by G.M.Henry. Covers 300 species most likely to be seen `by the hot-weather visitor to the hill-stations of India - Himalayan as well as peninsular.'   Near-fine in like dw. An outstanding copy.   1979 Second impression, Oxford University Press, India.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Archer, W.G.   GARHWAL PAINTING. £22.00    
         24pp. 4to. Card covers. 10 colour plates tipped-in. Faber Gallery of Oriental Art.   Near-fine.   1957 Second impression, Faber & Faber.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Archer, W.G.   VISIONS OF COURTLY INDIA. £25.00    
      The Archer Collection of Pahari Miniatures.   156pp. 4to. Card covers. Catalogue of 80 paintings, each illustrated, 12 in colour.   Very good. Extremities rubbed.   1976 International Exhibitions Foundation, Washington.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Baker, J.Mark.   THE KUHLS OF KANGRA. £12.00    
      Community-Managed Irrigation in the Western Himalaya.   271pp. Index. Water-management in a social and political context.   Fine in fine dw.   2005 University of Washington Press, Seattle.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Banerjee, N   THE HIMALAYAS. £21.00    
      In and Across.   162pp. 38 b/w photographs. A rich young Bengali (he uses planes to reach the start of pilgrimages) describes the day by day routes to Kailas, Kedarnath, Armanath and Saroda as experienced by Hindu pilgrims. Much about routes, little about religion.   Very good in chipped dw.   1937 The New Book Stall, Calcutta.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Barr, Pat and Desmond, Ray.   SIMLA. £32.00    
      A Hill Station in British India.   108pp. 4to landscape. 46pp text and 59pp of plates of photographs of 19th century Simla. Essay on 'Photography in nineteenth-century India'.   Fine in very good dw. An excellent copy.   1979 Reprint, The Scolar Press.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Barr, Pat and Desmond, Ray.   SIMLA. £45.00    
      A Hill Station in British India.   108pp. 4to landscape. 46pp text and 59pp of plates of photographs of 19th century Simla.   Fine in near-fine dw. A lovely copy.   1978 First edition, The Scolar Press.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Berreman, Gerald D.   HINDUS OF THE HIMALAYAS. £14.00    
         430pp. Index. Study of the Pahari people of Garhwal.   Fine.   1963 First edition, University of California Press.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Bhasin, Raj.   SIMLA £16.00    
      The Summer Capital of British India.   253pp. Index. 19 b/w illustrations and a map. A account of the history and literature.   Fine.   1992 First edition, Viking, India.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Boardman, Peter.   THE SHINING MOUNTAIN. £14.00    
      Two Men on Changabang's West Wall.   192pp. Index. 12 photographs in colour and 15 in b/w.   Fine in very good dw with one short tear and a very little edge-rubbing.   1978 First edition, Hodder.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Bonington, Chris et al.   CHANGABANG. £25.00    
         118pp. 4 colour plates and black and white photographs. Account of the successful 1974 Garhwal expedition with contributions from six of the members - Bonington, Boysen, Hankinson, Haston, Sandhu and Scott.   Fine in fine dw. A lovely copy.   1975 First edition, Heinemann.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Braham, Trevor.   HIMALAYAN ODYSSEY. £8.00    
         243pp. Index. Climbing and exploring from Sikkim to the Hindu Kush. With 32 photographs and 14 maps. Paperback facsimile of 1974 original.   Fine.   1978 Diadem.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Braham, Trevor.   HIMALAYAN ODYSSEY. £5.00    
         243pp. Index. Climbing and exploring from Sikkim to the Hindu Kush. With 32 photographs and 14 maps. Paperback facsimile of 1974 original.   Very good.   1978 Diadem.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Child, Greg.   THIN AIR. £32.00    
      Encounters in the Himalayas.   192pp. 36 colour photographs. 20 b/w photographs woth routes marked in red. Foreword by Doug Scott. Expeditions to Karakoram and Garhwal 1981-1986. Signed by Child and Scott on the title page.   Fine in fine dw.   1988 First edition, Patrick Stephens.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Child, Greg.   OVER THE EDGE £5.00    
      A True Story of Kidnap and Escape in the Mountains of Central Asia.   284pp. 12 b/w photographs. Climbers captured on the mountain by Islamic militants.   Fine in fine dw.   2002 First edition, Piatkus.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Clay, J.M., Deputy Commissioner (introduces).   NAINI TAL. £35.00    
      A Historical and Descriptive Account 1927.   105pp with coloured folding panorama of the view from Cheena Hill identifying the distant peaks. 6 photographs   Very good. A very few worm holes not affecting the text.   1928 First edition, Allahabad.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Cleverly, Barbara.   RAGTIME IN SIMLA. £10.00    
         287pp. Murder mystery set in Simla of 1922.   Fine in fine dw.   2002 First edition, Constable.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Corbett, Jim.   MAN-EATERS OF KUMAON. £21.00    
         212pp.   Near-fine. Inscription.   1946 First edition, Oxford University Press.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Corbett, Jim.   MAN-EATERS OF KUMAON. £10.00    
         212pp.   Very good. Edges spotted.   1946 Oxford University Press and The Book Society.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Corbett, Jim.   MAN-EATERS OF KUMAON £10.00    
         252pp. Illustrated by Raymond Sheppard.   Very good.   1952 First thus, Oxford University Press.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Corbett, Jim.   MAN-EATERS OF KUMAON. £12.00    
         212pp. 4 photographs.   Very good in very good dw.   1946 Oxford University Press and The Book Society.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Corbett, Jim.   MAN-EATERS OF KUMAON. £10.00    
         212pp.   Near-fine.   1950 second impression, Oxford University Press.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Corbett, Jim.   MAN-EATERS OF KUMAON. £10.00    
         218pp. 13 (rather smudgy) photographs. A superb copy of the Indian paperback edition.   Very good indeed.   1963 Reprint, Oxford University Press, Calcutta.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Corbett, Jim.   MAN-EATERS OF KUMAON. £22.00    
         212pp.   Very good indeed. Owner's name.   1946 First UK edition, Oxford University Press.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Cumming, Constance F.Gordon.   FROM THE HEBRIDES TO THE HIMALAYAS. £350.00    
      A Sketch of Eighteen Months' Wanderings in Western Isles and Eastern Highlands.   In 2 vols. 376 and 364pp. 16 and 30 engraved illustrations from the author's drawings. In excellent 19th century bindings with leather spines and corners and marbled endpapers.   Very good indeed.   1876 First edition, Sampson Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Fisher, Margaret W. et al.   HIMALAYAN BATTLEGROUND. £10.00    
      Sino-Indian Rivalry in Ladakh.   205pp. Index. Places the war of 1962 in a historical context.   Internally very good but boards rubbed and marked.   1963 First Praeger, New York.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Ganguli, Shayam.   DOON REDISCOVERED. £10.00    
         273pp. Index. Photographs in colour and b/w. History of Dehra Doon.   There are a few blank pages in the appendices. Otherwise fine in fine dw.   2009 First edition, Rupa & Co., New Delhi.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Ghosh, Anandamayee.   THE BHOTIAS IN INDIAN HIMALAYAS. £10.00    
      A Socio-Linguistic Approach.   215pp. Index. 8 b/w photographs.   Very good in very good dw.   2007 B.R.Publishing, Delhi.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Green, Imogen Lycett.   GRANDMOTHER'S FOOTSTEPS. £10.00    
      A Journey in Search of Penelope Betjeman.   361pp. 13 b/w photographs. Travels through India to the Kulu Valley where Penelope Betjeman died in 1986.   Fine in fine dw.   1994 First edition, Macmillan.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Hardy, Justine.   THE OCHRE BORDER. £10.00    
      A Journey through the Tibetan Frontierlands.   191pp. 4 colour photos and 16 in b/w. From Manali into Spiti through the Parvati and Pin valleys.   Fine in fine dw.   1995 First edition, Constable.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Harvey, Andrew.   A JOURNEY IN LADAKH. £14.00    
         236pp. Travel writing by poet and novelist born in India.   Very good indeed in like dustwrapper.   1983 First edition, Cape.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Harvey, Andrew.   A JOURNEY IN LADAKH. £14.00    
         236pp. Travel writing by poet and novelist born in India. He is drawn to lama in Buddhist monastery.   Fine in fine dw.   1983 First edition, Cape.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Holmes, Peter.   MOUNTAINS AND A MONASTERY. £6.00    
         191pp. Folding map. Index. 23 b/w photographs. Travel and climbing in Spiti.   Very good in chipped dw.   1958 First edition, Bles.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Holmes, Peter.   MOUNTAINS AND A MONASTERY. £15.00    
         191pp. Folding map. Index. 23 b/w photographs. Travel and climbing in Spiti.   Near-fine in like dw. An outstanding copy.   1958 First edition, Bles.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Institution of Military Engineers.   HISTORY OF THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS, INDIAN ARMY 1947-1972 £40.00    
         510pp. Index. 21 maps. 56 b/w photographs. 55pp chapter on the Border Roads Organisation.   Fine in fine dw.   1980 First edition, Palit & Palit, New Delhi.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Kala, D.C.   FREDERICK WILSON. £12.00    
      'Hulson Sahib' of Garhwal.   206pp. 9 illustrations mainly in colour. Biography of 19th century soldier, entrepreneur and ornithologist.   Fine in fine dw.   2006 First edition, Ravi Dayal, Delhi.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Keay, John.   WHEN MEN AND MOUNTAINS MEET. £12.00    
      The Explorers of the Western Himalayas 1820-1875.   277pp. Index. 20 b/w photographs.   Fine in fine dw. Owner's name.   1981 Reprint, Murray.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Keay, John.   WHEN MEN AND MOUNTAINS MEET. £16.00    
      The Explorers of the Western Himalayas 1820-1875.   277pp. Index. 20 b/w photographs.   Fine in fine dw.   1981 Reprint, Murray.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Khosla, G.D.   HIMALAYAN CIRCUIT. £13.00    
      The Story of a Journey in the Inner Himalayas.   233pp. 24 b/w photographs. Travels in Kulu, Spiti and Lahoul. ICS judge on circuit describes the road to Spiti over the Kunzum La, the Spiti and Pin valleys.   Very good indeed.   1956 First edition, Macmillan.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Khosla, G.D.   HIMALAYAN CIRCUIT. £14.00    
      The Story of a Journey in the Inner Himalayas.   233pp. 24 b/w photographs. Travels in Kulu, Spiti and Lahoul. ICS judge on circuit describes the road to Spiti over the Kunzum La, the Spiti and Pin valleys.   Very good in chipped dw.   1956 First edition, Macmillan.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Lal, Prem Hari Har.   THE DOON VALLEY DOWN THE AGES. £10.00    
         283pp. Card covers. Folding map. 12 b/w photographs.   Very good indeed.   1993 Interprint, New Delhi.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Majumdar, D.N.   HIMALAYAN POLYANDRY. £13.00    
      Structure, Functioning and Culture Change. A Field-Study of Jaunsar-Bawar.   389pp. Index.19 b/w photographs. 4 maps and 5 charts. Ex-public library copy.   Very good in very good dw. A clean, bright copy.   1962 First edition, Asia Publishing House.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Mason, Philip.   A SHAFT OF SUNLIGHT. £10.00    
      Memories of a Varied Life.   240pp. Index. His ICS career including service as Deputy Commisioner in Garhwal.   Fine in fine dw.   1978 First edition, Andre Deutsch.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    McLeish, Alexander.   THE FRONTIER PEOPLES OF INDIA. £31.00    
      A Missionary Survey.   202pp. Index. 7 b/w photographs. 4 detailed folding maps with all missions located. A detailed survey of missionary activity from Baluchistan to Bhutan. Appendix listing mission stations of all Christian denominations. Ex-college library.   Very good indeed.   1931 First edition, World Dominion Press.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Mehta, Soli and Kapadia, Harish.   EXPLORING THE HIDDEN HIMALAYA. £10.00    
         172pp. Index. 14 maps. Photographs in colour and b/w. Published for the Himalayan Club Diamond Jubilee. A survey of little climbed 6 and 7000 metre peaks in the Indian Himalaya.   Fine in fine dw.   1990 First edition, Hodder & Stoughton.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Mehta, Soli and Kapadia, Harish.   EXPLORING THE HIDDEN HIMALAYA. £5.00    
         190pp. Index. 14 maps. 40 photographs in b/w. First published for the Himalayan Club Diamond Jubilee. A survey of little climbed 6 and 7000 metre peaks in the Indian Himalaya. Card covers.   Fine.   1998 Second revised and updated edition, Indus, New Delhi.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Morgan, Andrew (edits).   MUSSOORIE MERCHANT. £18.00    
      The Indian Letters of Mauger Fitzhugh Monk 1828-1849.   183pp. Card covers. 14 illustrations and a sketch map. Schoolmaster, hotelier and businessman   Fine.   2006 First edition, Pagoda Tree Press, Bath.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Murphy, Dervla.   TIBETAN FOOTHOLD. £14.00    
         206pp. Index. 26 b/w photographs. With the Tibetans in exile in India at Dharamsala. Her second book.   Very good in very good dw.   1966 First edition, John Murray.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Noble, Christina.   AT HOME IN THE HIMALAYAS. £12.00    
         210pp. 24 photographs. Life in Manali running a trekking business.   Fine in fine dw.   1991 First edition, Collins.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Noble, Christina.   OVER THE HIGH PASSES. £14.00    
      A Year in the Himalayas with the Migratory Gaddi Shepherds.   208pp. 18 b/w photographs. Endpaper maps. Travels in Kulu and Lahoul from her Manali base.   Fine in fine dw.   1987 First edition, Collins.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Norberg-Hodge, Helena.   ANCIENT FUTURES. £10.00    
      Learning from Ladakh.   204pp. Index. Paperback. B/w photographs.   Fine.   1992 Rider.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Pallis, Marco.   PEAKS AND LAMAS. £10.00    
         428pp. Climbing and Buddhist culture in Ladakh, Spiti and Sikkim. Chapter on climb of Satopanth by Colin Kirkus. 95 fine black and white photographs.   Very good. Boards a little marked. Inscription.   1946 Fourth edition Cassell.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Pallis, Marco.   PEAKS AND LAMAS. £12.00    
         428pp. Climbing and Buddhist culture in Ladakh, Spiti and Sikkim. Chapter on climb of Satopanth by Colin Kirkus. 95 fine black and white photographs.   Very good. Boards a little marked.   1946 Fourth edition Cassell.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Patterson, George N.   PEKING VERSUS DELHI. £16.00    
         310pp. Index. 4 maps. Frontier disputes in the Himalayas leading to the war of 1962.   Fine in fine dw.   1963 First edition, Faber.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Peissel, Michel.   ZANSKAR £13.00    
      The Hidden Kingdom.   205pp. Index. 36 colour photographs and 3 maps.   Very good in very good dw. Top edge dusty.   1979 First edition, Collins.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Peissel, Michel.   THE ANTS' GOLD. £10.00    
      The Discovery of the Greek Eldorado in the Himalayas. The Minaro people of Ladakh on the upper Indus.   180pp. Index. 11 b/w photographs.   Fine in fine dw.   1984 First edition, Harvill Press.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Peissel, Michel.   ZANSKAR. £5.00    
      The Hidden Kingdom.   205pp. Index. 20 b/w photographs. Bookclub edition.   Fine in fine dw.   1980 Readers Union..
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Peissel, Michel.   ZANSKAR £16.00    
      The Hidden Kingdom.   205pp. Index. 36 colour photographs and 3 maps.   Fine in fine dw.   1979 First edition, Collins.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Polunin, Oleg and Stainton, Adam.   FLOWERS OF THE HIMALAYAS. £16.00    
         518pp with 365 drawings and 690 colour photographs. Card covers.   Very good.   2001 Reprint, Oxford University Press, Delhi.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Polunin, Oleg and Stainton, Adam.   FLOWERS OF THE HIMALAYAS. £27.00    
         518pp with 365 drawings and 690 colour photographs.   Fine in fine dw.   1985 Reprint, Oxford University Press, Delhi.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Polunin, Oleg and Stainton, Adam.   CONCISE FLOWERS OF THE HIMALAYA. £28.00    
         283pp with 315 drawings and 996 colour photographs.   Fine in near-fine dw.   1987 First edition, Oxford University Press, Delhi.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Polunin, Oleg and Stainton, Adam.   FLOWERS OF THE HIMALAYA and FLOWERS OF THE HIMALAYA: A SUPPLEMENT. £45.00    
         In 2 vols. 518pp with 365 drawings and 690 colour photographs, 86pp with over 600 new colour photographs.   Fine in fine dustwrappers.   1988 Reprint and First edition, Oxford University Press, Delhi.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Randhawa, M.S.   KANGRA PAINTINGS OF THE BHAGAVATA PURANA. £31.00    
         99pp. 4to. 20 illustrations in colour tipped-in. 10 in b/w.   Fine.   1960 First National Museum of India.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Randhawa, M.S.   KANGRA VALLEY PAINTINGS. £25.00    
         18pp + 40 tissue-guarded colour plates. 4to. Map. In plain buff binding with illustration from pictorial wrapper loosely inserted with compliments slip.   Fine. A very attractive copy.   1954 First edition, Publications Division, Government of India.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Randhawa, M.S.   BASOHLI PAINTING £31.00    
         125pp. 4to. 38 tipped-in colour plates. 4to. Map.   Fine in worn dw with illustration removed.   1959 First edition, Publications Division, Government of India.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Randhawa, M.S.   KANGRA PAINTINGS OF THE BIHARI SAT SAI. £31.00    
         87pp. Index. 4to. 19 illustrations in colour tipped-in. 20 in b/w.   Fine.   1966 First edition, National Museum of India.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Randhawa, M.S.   INDIAN MINIATURE PAINTING £13.00    
         128pp. 80 illustrations in colour.   Fine in fine dw.   1981 Roli Books, New Delhi.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Randhawa, M.S.   BASOHLI PAINTING £27.00    
         125pp. 4to. 38 tipped-in colour plates. 4to. Map.   Very good. Cloth a little grubby.   1959 First edition, Publications Division, Government of India.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Rankin, Sir Reginald.   A TOUR IN THE HIMALAYAS AND BEYOND. £40.00    
         297pp. A nicely observed daily journal of a trek in 1898 from Simla to Srinagar.   Very good indeed. Bookplate.   1930 First edition, The Bodley Head.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Rayner, Hugh (edits)   VIEWS IN KULU AND SPITI. £25.00    
      Frith's Photo-Pictures - India Series.   xvii + 17pp. 4to landscape. Card covers. With 45 full page b/w photographs taken in 1870..   Fine.   2011 Pagoda Tree Press, Bath.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Rizvi, Janet,   LADAKH. £10.00    
      Crossroads of High Asia.   224pp. Excellent account of history, topography and ethos. Paperback edition.   Fine.   1989 Reprint, Oxford University Press, India.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Rizvi, Janet,   LADAKH. £14.00    
      Crossroads of High Asia.   224pp. Index. 32 illustrations in colour and b/w. Excellent account of history, topography and ethos.   Fine in very good dw.   1983 First, Oxford University Press, Delhi.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Rizvi, Janet.   TRANS-HIMALAYAN CARAVANS. £16.00    
      Merchant Princes and Peasant Traders in Ladakh.   359pp. Index. Colour photographs and endpaper maps.   Fine in fine dw.   1999 First, Oxford University Press, New Delhi.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Roskelly, John.   NANDA DEVI. £5.00    
      The Tragic Expedition.   240pp. B/w photographs. Unsoeld's 1976 expedition when his daughter, named after the mountain, was lost.   Fine in dw with faded spine panel.   1987 Second impression, US edition, Stackpole.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Rutledge, Dom Denys.   IN SEARCH OF A YOGI. £5.00    
      Himalayan Pilgrimage.   321pp. Index. Benedictine monk seeks enlightenment in Banares and Rishikesh.   Very good.   1962 First edition, Routledge.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Sanan, Deepak and Swadi, Dhanu.   EXPLORING KINNAUR AND SPITI IN THE TRANS-HIMALAYA. £16.00    
         336pp. B/w photographs. Many sketch maps. Routes, treks and passes.   Near-fine in like dw.   1998 First, Indus, New Delhi.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Sax, William S.   DANCING THE SELF. £10.00    
      Personhood and Performance in the Pandav Lila of Garhwal.   224pp. Index. Card covers. Fieldwork observing performances of the Mahabharata in dance and drama.   Fine.   2002 Oxford University Press, New York.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Sharma, Kamal Prashad and Sethi, Surender Mohan.   COSTUMES AND ORNAMENTS OF CHAMBA. £16.00    
         140pp. Index. 90 illustrations mainly in colour.   Very good in very good dw.   1997 First edition, Indus Publishing Company, New Delhi.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Shipton, Eric.   NANDA DEVI. £45.00    
         310pp. 27 tissue-guarded full-page b/w plates. Endpaper sketch map.   Very good. A very bright copy.   1936 Second impression, Hodder & Stoughton.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Singh, Hashmat and Das Pallav.   TREKKING IN THE HIMALAYAS. £5.00    
         160pp. 4to. Excellent trekking maps in colour and many colour photographs. Covers Sikkim, Nepal and India.   Fine in fine dw.   2002 First edition, Silverdale Books.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Smythe, F.S.   KAMET CONQUERED. £18.00    
         420pp. Index. 59 b/w photographs and 2 maps. The first ascent.   Very good indeed.   1932 First edition, Gollancz.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Smythe, F.S.   THE VALLEY OF FLOWERS. £25.00    
         322pp. Index. Folding map. With 16 tissue-guarded colour photographs. Climbing, botany and exploration in Garhwal.   Very good indeed. Owner's name.   1938 First edition, Hodder & Stoughton.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Smythe, F.S.   THE VALLEY OF FLOWERS. £15.00    
         322pp. Index. Folding map. With 16 tissue-guarded colour photographs. Climbing, botany and exploration in Garhwal.   Very good. Extremities a little rubbed. Owner's name from 1938.   1938 First edition, Hodder & Stoughton.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Stockley, Lt.-Col. C.H.   STALKING IN THE HIMALAYAS AND NORTHERN INDIA. £85.00    
         254pp. Index. 37 b/w photographs. Emphasis on photography.   Very good in the original blue cloth.   1936 First edition, Herbert Jenkins.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Stockley, Lt.-Col. C.H.   STALKING IN THE HIMALAYAS AND NORTHERN INDIA. £45.00    
         254pp. Index. 37 b/w photographs. Emphasis on photography. Poor attempt to remover private library label from verso of front endpaper.   Internally very good but boards and spine rubbed and marked.   1936 First edition, Herbert Jenkins.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Thomson, Hugh.   NANDA DEVI. £5.00    
      A Journey to the Last Sancuary.   125pp. Index. 45 photographs in colour and b/w. A climbing history of the mountain and account of his own expedition.   Fine in fine dw.   2004 First edition, Weidenfeld & Nicolson.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Tilman, H.W.   THE ASCENT OF NANDA DEVI. £12.00    
         235pp. 35 plates. Index. Pictorial boards. Otherwise the same as the first edition.   Corners rubbed. Otherwise very good.   1937 Readers Union.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Tilman, H.W.   THE ASCENT OF NANDA DEVI. £35.00    
         235pp. 35 plates. Index. Identical to UK edition.   Very good indeed. A tight, clean copy.   1937 First edition US, Macmillan, New York.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Tilman, H.W.   THE ASCENT OF NANDA DEVI. £36.00    
         235pp. 35 plates. Index.   Very good indeed. Owner's name. Slight rubbing to head and foot of spine but a very nice copy.   1937 First edition, Cambridge University Press.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Tilman, H.W.   THE ASCENT OF NANDA DEVI. £24.00    
         235pp. 35 plates. Index.   Boards and spine rubbed. Internally very good. Owner's name.   1937 First edition, Cambridge University Press.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Tolia, R.S.   BRITISH KUMAUN - GARHWAL. £22.00    
      An Administrative History of a Non-Regulation Hill Province.   In 2 vols. 116pp, 266pp. Account of the work of Gardner, Traill, Batten and the British administration of the19th century.   Fine in fine dustwrappers.   1996 First edition, Almora.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Tyagi, Nutan.   HILL RESORTS OF U.P. HIMALAYA. £10.00    
      A Geographical Study.   312pp. Index. Maps and tables.   Very good in very good dw.   1991 First edition, Indus, New Delhi.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Vernede, R.V.   THE COLLECTOR'S BAG. £18.00    
         267pp. Short stories written by ICS officer posted to Garhwal 1941-46. Mostly about the local hill people.   Fine in fine dw.   1992 First edition, Colin Smythe, Gerrard's Cross.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Walton, H.G.   GARHWAL: A GAZETTEER. £28.00    
      Volume XXXVI of the District Gazetters of the United Provinces of Agra and Oudh.   303pp + statistical appendix and index. Folding map in colour (detached and splitting at the folds). In the original green cloth.   Binding slack.   1921 Reprint Government Press, Allahabad.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Weir, Thomas.   THE ULTIMATE MOUNTAINS. £10.00    
      An Account of Four Month's Mountain Exploring in the Central Himalaya.   98pp. 77 black and white photographs and 4 maps. A circuit of the Nanda Devi range.   Very good.   1953 First edition, Cassell.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Williams, G.R.C.   MEMOIR OF DEHRA DOON. £22.00    
         332 + cvii pp. 23 appendices. Facsimile reprint of 1873 original edition.   Fine in fine dw.   1992 Dehra Dun.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Wilson, Andrew.   ABODE OF SNOW. £5.00    
      Observations on a Journey from Chinese Tibet to the Indian Caucasus, through the Upper Valleys of the Himalaya.   396pp. From Simla up the Sutlej to Spiti, Lahoul, Zanskar and Kashmir. Then to Peshawar via Swat. Paperback facsimile of 1875 original.   Fine.   1993 Moyer Bell.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Wollaston, Nicholas.   HANDLES OF CHANCE. £5.00    
      A Journey from the Solomon Islands to Istanbul.   256pp. 24 b/w photographs. A climbing season in Lahul, visits to Bihar, Orissa and Swat.   Very good indeed.   1956 First edition, Cape.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Woodman, Dorothy.   HIMALAYAN FRONTIERS. £5.00    
      A Political Review of British, Chinese, Indian and Russian Rivalries.   423pp. Index. An authoratitive account of disputes and diplomacy up to the Sino-Indian War. Ex-public library copy.   Very good in very good dw.   1969 First edition, Cresset Press.
click here to add this book to your list
   
    Woodman, Dorothy.   HIMALAYAN FRONTIERS. £25.00    
      A Political Review of British, Chinese, Indian and Russian Rivalries.   423pp. Index. An authoratitive account of disputes and diplomacy up to the Sino-Indian War.   Fine in very good dw.   1969 First edition, Cresset Press.
click here to add this book to your list
   
           
  101 results found, showing page 1 of 1  
   
  Site last updated Saturday 2nd December 2017  
           
    Alternatively, follow one of these links to view an associated list of books...    
           
    Afghanistan Ancient India    
    Anglo-Indians Anthropology    
    Art and Architecture Bangladesh    
    Bengal Bhutan & Sikkim    
    Bibliography Bombay    
    Botany and gardens Buddhism    
    Burma Calcutta    
    Cemeteries Ceylon    
    Chinese Central Asia Delhi    
    Fabrics, textiles, costume Food and cookery    
    Gandhi Guidebooks    
    Gurkhas Himalayan mountaineering    
    Hinduism Hon. East India Company    
    Hyderabad Imperialism    
    Indian Civil & Political Services India in Fiction    
    Indian Forest Service Indian Himalaya    
    Indian Mutiny Indian National Army    
    Indian Railways      
    Kashmir Lucknow    
    Madras Military    
    Missions Mount Everest    
    Mountaineering Nagas and Nagaland    
    Nationalism & Independence The Nehru Family    
    Nepal North-East India    
    North-West Frontier Pakistan    
    Partition Persia    
    Photography Police & the Law    
    Princely India Punjab    
    Rajasthan      
    Regimental Histories Russian Central Asia    
    Sea & Voyages Shikar & Wildlife    
      Sikhs    
    South East Asia South India    
    Tagore Tea    
    Trade & Economics The Islamic World    
    The Marathas The Mughals    
    The Viceroys Tibet    
    Tipu & the Mysore Wars Women in India    
    World War Two      

 

       
  Verandah Books - India and South Asia Topics - Kipling
Search - Ordering - Recent Acquisitions