If you're reading this, I may have (temporarily at least) tamed Firefox and its woes. So let's look at some pretty books I've stumbled across. They're from Penguin's Indian arm, and that company has done their damnedest to hide them on their website. They're named the Evergreens, and they're designed as the Subcontinental answer to the various Great Ideas/Journeys/Food series Penguin UK has produced over the last few years. Like the Great ideas, the cover designs have been limited to a palette of black and orange.
I'm going to try to get hold of some of these--before postage, they work out to about $2 Australian each. However, even in this day and age, though, ordering books from India is not the easiest thing. It can have its rewards: one bookshop sent my parcel of books wrapped in muslin and sealed with wax, which had a pleasantly vibe of antiquity to it that you don't normally get when you order stuff online.