Across the Roof of the World by P T Etherton
The book constitutes, an account of a Trans-Asiatic journey of nearly four thousand miles which started from India through Kashmir, Gilgit, Hunza, and over the Pamirs (the roof of the world), thence through Chinese Tartary, Mongolia, and Siberia, to the Trans-Siberian Railway, An expedition of this nature cannot but be interesting and instructive from whatever point of view it is regarded since it affords some of the finest shooting in the world, leads amongst strange and fascinating tubes of nomads, and takes one through countries which ancient associations have invested with a halo of romance, and have, more particularly in recent years, given rise to questions of deep political import.
Publisher - Gulshan Books
|Book Name||Across the Roof of the World|
|Author||P T Etherton|