What are you reading in this lockdown?


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I dont think a physical book will get delievered in this lockdown.
Try 'An Indian Summer' by Alex Von Tunzelman. It's a well written history of India's events leading to the independence.


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I am checking BCMT mostly.
Many threads have better information and written in a lot baeter manner.
Try YouTube or online web only for travel stories.
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Travel/Adventure/ Wildlife Related Documentaries

1. I Am Alive ( youtube )
2. Meru
3. Against the Wild (You tube)
4. Seven years in Tibet
5. Into the Wild
6. ALIVE (1993 )
7. The Kalka Shimla Railway (youtube)
8.BBC FOUR - Indian hill railways ( youtube )
9. The kangra valley railway ( youtube )
10. Alaska (You tube)
11. Where the hell is Matt (youtube)
12 K2 The killer Summit (YouTube)
13 Beyond the edge (YouTube)
14 Our Planet (Best Nature/Wildlife series in 4k) Netflix
15 Earth - One Amazing Day (not as good as 14 but well worth our time) on Netflix
16. Air crash Investigations, on Nat Geo. Episodes available on YouTube also.
17. The mountain between us (Movie)
18. 127 Hours
19. Cliffhanger
20. Vertical limit
21. The unsung, documentary on the life at bhadraa, Youtube
22. Everest - Netflix.
23. The secret life of Walter Mitty
24. Into the mind
25. Art of flight (snowboarding)
26. Free Solo 2018 (producer by Jimmy Chin of Meru)
27. The Dawn Wall 2017
28. Symphony on Skis (snowboarding)
29. The Fourth Phase 2016 (snowboarding)
30. Further 2014 (snowboarding)
31. Higher 2014 (snowboarding)
32. Jabardast - You Tube
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These are list of ALL my travelogues:-

Distance is not a true measurement for true love of a father ,
MahendraGiri- Odisha ,

Dream > Explore > Discover =Zanskar & Ladakh Bike Ride, June 2014 ,
Ride to NEHAsthan,
Deomali -highest peak of Odisha & Duduma Waterfalls ,
S 3 |Sohra, Sandakphu & Sikkim


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