Delhi Book Fair
Venue Pragati Maidan, New Delhi
Organized By India Trade Promotion Organization (ITPO)
Highlights Has on display all types of as books, magazines, maps, teaching aids and computer software
Delhi Book FairDelhi Book Fair is an annual fair, organized by the India Trade Promotion Organization (ITPO) at Pragati Maidan. From all types of books to different magazines to maps to teaching aids and computer software, it exhibits a wide range of items. At the Book Fair of Delhi, you can expect to get all the books that have been recently published, that to at discounted prices. Also, if you want to buy even the rarest of books, then the Delhi Book Fair is the place to be.
Along with New Delhi, ITPO organizes such book fairs at Calcutta and Chennai (Madras) also. One of the major motives behind these book fairs is to promote reading among people as well as to showcase the advances that are being made in the book industry. Delhi Book Fair not only provides a wonderful platform for the book lovers and the student community, but also gives an opportunity to the Book publishing industry to interact with them.
Publishers from various parts of India, as well as abroad, come to take part in this Book Fair. Separate pavilions are allotted to different publishers, with their size depending upon the status of a particular publishing house. Apart from the Indian publishers, publishing houses from Pakistan, Iran, United Kingdom, U.S.A, France, Germany and Bangladesh are the main participants. One can find books in almost all the languages of the world at the Delhi Book Fair.
The most popular foreign language books are those in Persian, Arabic, French, German and Spanish. Apart from the usual Hindi, English and Urdu books, there are books on the regional languages of India too, like Bangla, Tamil, Punjabi, Telugu and Malayalam, etc. One can find books on any topic here, right from Politics to International Studies to Philosophy to Sports to Art and Literature. To avail of discounts on books, visit the fair during its end days.
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