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Right to Passage: Travels through India, Pakistan and Iran

by Zeeshan khan SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd
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Pbk 404 pages
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The book is a journey through a part of the world that has had a tremendous influence on the spiritual, philosophical and material development of human civilisation from as long ago as the 4th millennium BC.

Full Chakra: Patna, Bodh Gaya
East is East: Rajgir, Nalanda, back to Patna
Golden Temples, Iron Walls: Delhi, Amritsar, Harmandir Sahib and the Sikhs, Wagah and entering Pakistan, back to Delhi
The Shoulders of Giants: Lahore, Taxila
Crosshairs across Worlds: Back in Lahore, Islamabad, Peshawar, Multan, Quetta
New Familiar Faces: Quetta Airport, Zahedan to Kerman, Rayen, Mashhad
Nothing in my Cloak but God: Neyshabur, Tus
Rise and Rise Again: Yazd, Esfahan, Kashan
A Gate for All Nations: Shiraz, Takht-e Jamshid
Never Too Old: Ahvaz, Chogha Zanbil, Shush, Tehran, Tabriz

[This book] is interesting, informative in many ways. It is not a mere travelogue. It is more than that. The author tries exploring historical, spiritual places on the way and connects it with the similar places in other countries…. He did lot of research on historical cities of India, Pakistan and Iran. The cities were selected on the basis of their significance, relevance in the history. The book is full of cultural, historical, religious references…the book is enjoyable to read.

Zeeshan Khan is a journalist, currently working in communications with the International Organisation for Migration. He was born in the UK and raised in Bangladesh, but spent a part of his childhood in Mauritius. He studied in Canada and Australia and worked in Europe before returning to Bangladesh, where he currently resides. He is passionate about history, religions, cultures and languages, and has an active interest in mysticism, particularly in Sufism. He is also interested in international and current affairs and writes about these for a living as a journalist. Zeeshan is obsessed with overland travel. His other pursuits include sports, photography, reading and appreciating music.