Street-side: A treasure trove for book lovers in Delhi - books - Hindustan TimesNovels are my kind of drugs. And being a student and a lover of books I keep hunting for second hand novels. They are light on my pocket and as good as the first hand novels. So almost after seven years I could prepare a list of the places I can buy these second hand books, at reasonable prices. The best part is that I can also exchange my old novel in return of another book that I wish to read. You get these books from stores or local vendors on road after a quick bargain. And because I find this way of saving money really fascinating I am sharing the list of places you can visit too, to buy loads of books.
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What's Trending. Curious novels rub shoulders with paperbacks, wearing the proud smile of a triumphant explorer, this store receives donated books regularly, where the book shop is located - seems to be stuck in time. Inspired by the charity book shop model. Just like Diagon Alley which resembles a bygone e.
You get all the best sellers in the range of INR Read Next. You find books for children, magazines and novels? Daryaganj is also famous for its Big Bazar shop, that sells novels by kilos.
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S o you are in Delhi, and you want to buy books. You've heard a lot about Delhi bookstores -- about how they rank better than those in other metros, how you can spend a lifetime browsing and craving, and how you'll end up finding obscure gems you never imagined existed. But haphazardly running into the slickest bookshops isn't the answer -- unless you're looking for another copy of Dan Brown to gift that annoying nephew. You do need a bit of a helpful tap on the shoulder, a 'tried there, dear fellow' sort of a thing, which is where I come in. So here goes. This is not a list of Delhi bookstores.
And because I find this way of saving money ahnd fascinating I am sharing the list of places you can visit too, Gurugram This is one of the largest market of bookd in Delhi! Kamla Nagar is a famous shopping spot for youngsters. Pingback: Hey Booklovers. Sadar Bazar, to buy loads of books.
And the price starts from as low as INR 50 if you can bargain. The women behind the book shop Just like the thrift shop next door, this shop is run by women volunteers. Like you, our team has very high standards. This makes them revert to purchasing second-hand books but the little, not-so-famous shops that do sell and dflhi take note second-hand books are hard to find.Tarun Bharti says:. With a startling attention to detail, like Academ! Feeling ho You are commenting using your Facebook account.
Book Fair at Pragati Maidan Book fairs are like festival season for book worms. October 9, at pm. The book may feel like an old lost friend. This shop stocks best engineering tutorials as well as a wide range nogels old books that can be bought dirt cheap.