In any kind of publishing, they say the public is the ultimate judge. If that is the case, then it certainly looks like our philosophy and approach has hit the spot. In the short time since our official launch (February 2007) with the publication of ‘Love Bangalore’, locals, expats and international visitors alike have discovered Love.
Our current titles are Love Bengaluru -2nd edition, Love Delhi – 2nd ed, Love Mumbai – 3rd edition and in January 2010 we have released Love Jaipur, Rajasthan. More cities are currently being researched for publication in 2010/11.
What are some of our first Love Addicts saying?…
I never but never bother to write complementary emails to people that have had a brilliant idea. Thank you… all the information the book provides exactly the pitch I was looking for and have never found before or since. if you decide to do one on Madrid, (where I live) just let me know. I could return the favour. Thanks again.
This is the first time that I write to an author, but I want to congratulate you to your wonderful book Love Delhi!…….. One last look at the book shelf before heading to the register my sight stopped at something very bright and pink! It was wrapped in foil. No hint what is was about. It screamed for getting unwrapped. I fell in love immediately! So, thank you, thank you, thank you: for sharing with me the existence of Baljit Malik, what an interesting person he seems to be! I truly hope I will have the chance to stay at his place Merkha Lutyens for a few days. How did you know that I rather want to explore some local art galleries than some global shops (best avoided)? For sure I will stop by at Asha Chopra’ gallery to find out more about Thakalis and of cause I can’t leave India without a pashmina, maybe from Monal Weaves?!
Thanks to the Museum of Natural History in New York City I found your fantastic guides to India.My husband and I are traveling to India for the first time this February for forty days! Thank You for the beautiful guides. From the delicious feel of the paper pages to the sexy little sacks they arrive in. They are small little treasures of India to keep with your memories of a trip we are looking forward to. You are a writer of my heart because finding little gems of places are a part of traveling that I adore and seek out. Thanks again. Fondly ….
I am a life traveller not a world traveller but I have fallen in lust with your beautiful books. The presentation and the paper are exquisite.
Thank you for creating such a beautiful guidebook for Mumbai. I am a frequent visitor to Mumbai as my husband’s business often brings us to Mumbai. Some of your suggestions were familiar to me but many were new for me. The guide is so well done and beautifully designed. I keep it on me at all times like a security blanket!
Your Mumbai book is gorgeous in every way. It even smells lovely.
Wow ….I’m captivated! Please put me on your e-mail list
“It looks, and feels, like a book of secrets. And so it is: all the savvy insider knowledge a traveller craves is here.” Weekend Australian
“The ultimate guide for the discerning vagabond. A chic way to discover the hidden gems of cities across India.” Vogue
“Love stories – A guide pretty enough to give as a gift” Conde Nast Traveller
“Strikingly different, refreshingly intimate and beautifully designed” Travel & Leisure
“For the discerning traveller who wants authenticity in style” The Times of India
“Reading the book is like being chaperoned by a good friend” Longitude
ANIL (BENGALURU/DEUTSCHE BANK) Impressed with the over-all approach in making this cute little book… I have been giving away these books as souvenirs to all my foreign delegates, global clients and friends.
PETER (SINGAPORE/WILKHAHN ASIA PACIFIC) The perfect ‘thank you’ gift — given to selected clients to celebrate our company’s growth in the Asia Pacific region.