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Title: Angel Tracks In The Himalayas
Author: Gary Shepherd
Year of Publication: 2009
Publisher: Xulon Press
Language: English
The book contains a collection of short stories by an avid traveler which he documented on request of is daughter. He recounts his experiences in Magar villages of Nepal Himalayas, his Magar friends and their history and beliefs.
Title: Bringing Progress to Paradise
Author: Jeff Rasley
Year of Publication: 2010
Publisher: Conari Press
Language: English
During a climbing expedition in 2008, Jeff Rasley trekked to a remote valley in Nepal to find a village called Basa. The author describes the journey of his transformation from an adventurer to a philanthropist and an account of his stay at Basa.  
Title: Buddhist Himalayas: People, Faith and Nature
Author: Matthieu Ricard, Olivier Follmi
Year of Publication: 2008
Publisher: Thames & Hudson Ltd
Language: English
The book presents a collection of photographs of the majestic Himalayas and the Buddhist people of the region. The photographs are supplemented by contributions from eminent specialists, who discuss the faith, culture, politics and traditions of the Himalayas.
Title: Fearless on Everest
Author: Julie Summers
Year of Publication: 2008
Publisher: Rockbuy Ltd
Language: English
Mallory and Irvine's death near the summit of Mount Everest in 1924 has always been a mystery. Were they the first to reach the summit of Everest nearly 30 years before Hillary and Tenzing? A biography of mountaineer Irvine, the book presents the story of the fearless young adventurer, one of the greatest mountaineering legends.
Title: First across the Roof of the World
Author: Graeme Dingle; Peter Hillary
Year of Publication: 1982
Publisher: Blackwell Publishing
Language: English
The book narrates the story of the first-ever traverse on foot of the Himalayas - 5000 km from Sikkim to Pakistan. The authors visited places normally inaccessible to the outside world, where the way of life has remained unchanged for centuries.