Indian dreams

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Indian dreams (ru. Индийские сны) — a book by the Russian traveler Viktor Pinchuk, who visited several continents, practicing non-standard methods.

The literary work in the genre of travel notes tells the story of the author’s two-week trip to India.

General information[edit | edit source]

  • Year of publication: 2020.
  • Number of pages: 40.
  • Illustrations: the author.
  • Color of illustrations: black and white.
  • Color tab: 4 pages (7 photos).
  • Language of publication: Russian.
  • Genre: journalism, travel essays.
  • Topics: country studies.
  • Continents: Asia.
  • Style: artistic publicism.
  • Designed: for a wide range of readers.
  • Where published: Simferopol.
  • Additional data: ISBN 978-5-9909912-5-5.

Quote[edit | edit source]

Now, when there are fifty-plus countries behind, the second independent (without the help of travel agencies) trip abroad is perceived by me differently: two weeks — a trifle against the background of half-yearly hobo tours. But if the first step had not been taken, there would have been no continuation... The choice is not accidental: there are places on the map of the world that every traveler should visit... Mug and bowl — in a backpack, mess of hopes, expectations and uncertainty — in the head. Forward!

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Links[edit | edit source]

  • "Edition card in the Russian State Library". (in Russian). Retrieved April 23, 2023.