New Delhi World Book Fair 2014 #Visited!

Finally, after so many years :’), I visited the New Delhi World Book Fair (NDWBF). I cannot even begin to describe how good I felt. I went all alone so I also had the pleasure to browse at my own pace, leisurely, which is so relaxing and therapeutic always, I am sure you would all agree?

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One thing I realized today is that Children books always attract us, or is it just me? (This is something I would really want to know) I feel extremely attracted towards them, and still want to buy them and read them. I just let “better sense” prevail. Anyhow, here are some random pictures from the book fair, did not click a lot. Oh, by the way, the kids toys were really nice. Loved them! 😛

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Take care and keep smiling! 🙂

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4 thoughts on “New Delhi World Book Fair 2014 #Visited!

  1. I visited Book Fair while working in Delhi in 2012, but it was late and most of the book stalls were closed. However, was lucky enough to visit comics con in the same year and bought a handful of chacha chaudary, billu n pinki comics……so you are not alone, there are many of us like that 🙂

  2. I totally agree about being able to browse at leisure if you go alone. When I am let loose at a book store, I can spend an entire day with the books 🙂 And I love childrens’ books too. I read them whenever I can lay my hands on one.

    • I know! It is so relaxing, in fact, beyond relaxing 😀 also, I not only like reading children books, i also like those children books which have huge pictures and just a line or two on every page 😉

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