Spotlighting Inner Trek by Mohna Ranga Rao

Two years ago this week I was due to fly to India for a 28 day tour. Funnily enough that didn’t happen. Today, however, I’m delighted to be able to feature a book that can be a bit of compensation! My thanks to Rachel of Rachel’s Random Resources for inviting me to participate in this blog tour for Inner Trek: A Reluctant Pilgrim in the Himalayas by Mohna Ranga Rao . I’m only sorry I wasn’t able to fit in a review. Let me tell you all about it:

Inner Trek: A Reluctant Pilgrim in the Himalayas

After being threatened by a Bangalore mob boss, retired Indian businessman in Mohan Ranga Rao makes a vow: if he somehow gets out of the situation, he will thank the gods by going on Kailash Mansarova, a holy mountain pilgrimage in Tibet.

What starts out as merely a challenging high-altitude trek soon becomes a life-changing adventure.

With a blend of humour, honesty and keen insight, Mohan journeys toward a deeper understanding of the world around him.

A memoir of a road less travelled and a true story of self-discovery at 18,000 feet.

Inner Trek: A Reluctant Pilgrim in the Himalayas is available for purchase on Amazon UK and Amazon US.

About Mohan Ranga Rao

Mohan Ranga Rao is an accomplished businessman, an avid traveller and a generous philanthropist. He has visited over thirty different countries and is drawn to places of natural beauty and physically-challenging trails. Mohan lives in Mysore with his wife Mamatha. They have two adult children. He plays tennis daily, takes frequent hikes and reads anything from scotch labels to quantum physics to Vedanta.

You can find Mohan on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @mohanrangarao. There’s further information on the Inner Trek website and with these other bloggers:

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