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With the Virus playing havoc with life, business, education and pretty much everything else, travel is yet another casualty, and more so leisure travel. So what do people with the travel itch do?

The next best thing – pick up a good travel book and immerse themselves in it’s pages. And if the author has a way with words and is able to weave images of the places she writes about, then the reader will surely be taken on a journey, right from the comfort of his armchair.

Jyoti Jha is one such author who can definitely spin words and create magic. Her travel book – Around the world through my lens – is a visual delight and takes readers to some amazing places around the globe. Beautiful descriptions, pictures to go with them and detailed explanations of places she has visited, with touches of personal details and experiences, this book is a veritable treasure for travel lovers.

My personal favourites – maybe because I visited these places and so find them familiar – happened to be Stratford upon Avon. Shakespeare’s birth place and the place he returned to be buried in after his death, this little market town is a major tourist attraction.

My all time favourite – London – has a whole chapter devoted to it and boy am I happy! With a 5-year stint in this city, Jyoti is the perfect authority on this vibrant city and all the attractions that it has to offer to the visitors.

Until the world eases up, dive into the book and live the journeys of the author as she writes about some well known and some off beat destinations. Make the most of the times and indulge into some armchair travel. See the world through Jyoti Jha’s lens.

The book is available on Amazon at this link https://www.amazon.in/dp/B08DV6F5MM

The author blogs at her site – My views My reviews at this link https://myviewsandreviews.in/author/jyoti/

5 thoughts on “Around the world through my lens – A review

  1. Jyoti Jha says:

    A heartfelt gratitude Radhika ❤ for bringing out the essence of the book so beautifully. I am so glad you found the book interesting and could connect to it 🤗😊
    Thankyou for such wonderful praises. Means a lot ❤🙏

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Pleasure’s all mine Jyoti. Wishing you all the very best ! 😊

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Ravish Mani says:

    Liked the review, Radhika. It’s simple, straight, & short. Regarding the book, it’s indeed what you said. I like the personal touches in the book.

    Liked by 2 people

    1. So glad you liked it Ravish. 😊

      Liked by 1 person

    2. Jyoti Jha says:

      Ravish, Thankyou so much 😊🙏


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