Journeys Through Rajasthan
About the Author
Amrita Kumar hails from Todgarh in the remote highlands of Rajasthan, a village named after James Tod, the historian, whom her ancestors played host to in the early nineteenth century. Kumar's wanderings through Rajasthan were the inspiration behind her novel, Damage, published by Harper Collins in 2009. She is also the co-editor of Lest We Forget, a book of essays on the Gujarat riots, published by World Report in 2002. She has been vice-president and senior editor of Osian's Literary Agency, the managing editor of Encyclopaedia Britannica, associate editor at Penguin India and the editor-in-chief of Roli Books. She has also worked as a copy-writer.
Aman Nath is a historian and co-author of thirteen illustrated books on art, history, architecture, corporate biography and photography, two of which have won national awards. He is involved in the restoration of India's unlisted architectural ruins, now run as the Neemrana 'non-hotel- Hotels', which have won awards from UNESCO, the Indian travel trade industry and national awards.
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