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Title: The Way of the White Clouds
Author: Lama Anagarika Govinda
Year of Publication: 2005
Publisher: Overlook Press and Indiana University
Language: English
A devoted Buddhist and a spokesman for Tibetan culture, the author was one of the last foreigners to travel through Tibet before the Chinese invasion. One of the 20th century's classic spiritual autobiographies, the book gives a spectacular account of exploration and discovery, and a sensitive and lucid interpretation of Tibetan traditions.
Title: Tibet: Culture on Edge
Author: Phil Borges
Year of Publication: 2011
Publisher: Rizzoli
Language: English
The Author has not only captured the beauty of the Tibetan landscapes but also the endangered people, and their cultural background. With the help of photographs and stories, he puts across the dramatic changes and developments that have taken place in the beautiful land of Tibet.  
Title: Unknown Himalayas
Author: Himanshu Joshi
Year of Publication: -
Publisher: Roli Books Pvt Ltd
Language: English
The book, supported by vibrant illustrations, describes a journey through the high Himalayas, with an attempt to capture diversity and mystic beauty of the Himalayas. From snow-covered cold desert of Ladakh, Kashmir valley, to Himachal and Uttarakhand, the journey moves on to Sikkim, and Arunachal. The odyssey continues outside India, to Nepal, Bhutan and mystic Tibet.
Title: View From The Summit
Author: Sir Edmund Hillary
Year of Publication: 2000
Publisher: Corgi
Language: English
In this candid autobiography, Sir Hillary looks back towards his 1953 landmark expedition, as well as his other remarkable explorations. The author shares his dreams of wild adventures, his early climbs, personal tragedies, and emergence as a world statesman and an unlikely diplomat.