The Delhi Book Fair is currently being held at New Delhi’s Pragati Maidan, which started from December 25, 2010 and will conclude on January 2, 2011. One of India’s premiere exhibition venue, the 16th Delhi Book Fair is being held in Hall No. 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 & 12 A (air-conditioned) in Pragati Maidan. The Delhi Book Fair is the biggest book fair in the Afro-Asian Region and attracts numerous exhibitors from India as well as abroad. If you belong to the book publishing industry then don’t wait any further. You just need to hurry up and try to get business class discounts to Delhi so that you may reach by cheap business class flights to Delhi
to attend the fair which is already on.
Establishing itself as a gateway to the Indian book publishing industry, the Delhi Book Fair has become a much awaited exposition offering a sales platform and a meeting place for publishers, book sellers, authors, translators and book lovers of all age groups. This fair is must-see for you if you have a passion for books. You can also fulfill your desire by booking business class seats to Delhi
and flying discounted business class to Delhi.
The Indian book publishing industry has grown phenomenally over the past few years. Currently, the book market for educational and non-educational books is worth Rs. 130,000 million approximately. In fact, India ranks third in the publication of English books, after the USA and the UK. India is believed to be the only country in the world that publishes books in 37 languages. Around 100,000 new titles are published every year out of which approximately one-third are in the English language. Delhi Book Fair provides an exciting platform for exhibitors who usually buy business class tickets to Delhi and travel air business class to Delhi to showcase their new titles and increase their business prospects.
At present, the Indian book publishing industry is booming with over 16,000 publishers and 30,000 bookshops. There are multi-national publishing companies as well such as Harper Collins, Oxford University Press, Rutledge Harvard, Macmillan, Picador, Penguin, Hachette, Random House etc., who, along with Indian publishers, bring about 70,000 titles per annum. Besides being the nerve-centre of Indian publishing industry, Delhi is also one of the few cities in the world that claims itself to be both ancient and modern. It is an ever-expanding metropolis with a cultural mosaic and a confluence of different religions. When you purchase business tickets to Delhi and travel cheap business class to Delhi to attend the Delhi Book Fair, you will also get the opportunity to visit many places of historical interests here.