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New Delhi World Bookfair 2020: It is that time of year in New Delhi when all the book lovers of city swarm around Delhi’s Pragati Maidan to participate in the annual ‘World Book Fair’. New Delhi book fair is themed around the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. Book fair is considered to be a much sought-after platform for both bibliophiles and publishers. Books from Indian authors as well as acclaimed authors from abroad are available in the fair. The awesome news that we have for you is- there are many stalls who are giving away 3 great English Novels at Just Rs 100.
The oldest Bookfair after Kolkata was inaugurated by former President of India V V Giri in 1972. The theme set for this year’s book fair is ‘Gandhi: The Writers’ Writer’. It is aimed to highlight the influence of Mahatma Gandhi on Indian literature and a few renowned authors in the country and abroad. It is also intended to focus on the aspects of Mahatma Gandhi as a writer, publisher, journalist, editor and communicator whose voice touched a million hearts.
Celebrating 150 years of Mahatma Gandhi at New Delhi World Book Fair
The World Bookfair has dedicated a section of Hall 7 at World Book Fair 2020 to Mahatma Gandhi’s life and his work towards building our nation to commemorate Bapu’s 150th birth anniversary.
Go to a day trip to the World Book Fair that is on till this weekend – January 12. It’s a little piece of heaven for all the book lovers, especially for kids and those people who have become bibliophiles recently.
Urdu, Hindi, and other vernacular languages have a designated spot at the World Book Fair each year. Apart from the paperbacks, there are super deals on coffee table books and hardbound books as well at the fair. You can meet authors who are releasing their work in all formats including the audiobooks, the next big thing.
If you want to impress your Instagram followers, go and get yourself a shot at the beautiful artwork at Book Fair. The entrance to the stall dedicated to the works of Mahatma Gandhi features an LED silhouette of his portrait, cut-out of him working a charkha (spinning wheel), books layered outside the Hachette stall, a wall full of open books and talks at Harper Collins corner.
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