Delhi Book Store’s patron honoured!


Vijay Ahuja of Delhi Book Store has been recently conferred with Life Time Achievement Award by FPBAI (The Federation of Publishers’ and Booksellers’ Association in India). Here’s more on this messenger of knowledge. Delhi Book Store (DBS) is a name in itself. The seed sowed by a foresighted man, Jiwan Kumar Ahuja, after partition, in the name of Delhi Book Store is now spreading its sweet fragrance throughout the globe. Like father like son, Vijay Ahuja, the managing director is following his father’s footprints and rendering his service in all the way to flourish the trade. Born on November 18, 1958, Vijay Ahuja did his graduation with commerce and joined the business. Vijay Ahuja enriches the book store with selected, rare and valuable excellent books from all corners of the world and supplies the same to booksellers in India and abroad.

Vijay Ahuja of Delhi Book Store conferred with FPBAI Life Time Achievement AwardDelhi Book Store is now one of the Asia’s largest book stores, at Ansari Road, New Delhi. It is the place, where you can quench your thirst for finding any book on any stream of your choice, displayed categorically under various fields like Medical, Academic, References, Higher Education, Social Sciences, Books for Professionals, Library Science, Coffee Table Books, Books for whole-sellers, retailers and library suppliers, etc., so that one can easily meet the need.

Besides purchasing books from renowned international publishers, Delhi Book Store has taken exclusive distribution of more than 4,000 titles of well-known overseas publishers like, Springer (more than 500 titles), Auris Reference (more than 200 titles) and Koros Press (more than 400 titles). These books are meant for higher education, targeting mainly libraries. More recently, they have joined hands with US based two publishers namely Arcler Press LLC and Delve Publishing LLC.

The DBS under the leadership of Vijay Ahuja is envisioning a new world of books which is a unique platform to serve the nation by enlightening the lamp of education in every sphere of life—mundane or supra-mundane. The DBS have added a feather in its cap by entering into the world of publishing with excellence covering all streams like Agriculture, Literature, Mass Communication, Tourism, Management, Science, Technology, etc., under DBS Imprints. More recently, they have published a key series on various subjects like Library and Information Science, Digital Library, Restaurant and Food Services, Professional Services and so on—providing research monograph related to leading edge aspects of the field by key authors.

The quest for books and knowledge is never ending and Delhi Book Store is continuing to serve the industry with the best around the world.

Amitabh Bachchan unveils Rohit Khilnani’s debut novel

Biswajit Chakraborty, Ajay Mago, Amitabh Bachchan and Rohit Khilnani releasing the book.Padmabhushan recipient Amitabh Bachchan graced the occasion to release debut novel by well-known entertainment journalist, Rohit Khilnani’s, I Hate Bollywood published by Om Books International. The novel takes an interesting look at Bollywood from a reporter’s point of view. A slice of cinema history told through a compelling narrative and true to life observations, the book shares a rare view of the writer.

Rohit Khilnani crafts a wonderful character in Raghu who speaks with great honesty and insight regarding the industry in this literary delight published by Om Books International. “From my 15 years of experience in film journalism I have realised one thing, everyone wants to know more and more about Bollywood. So I thought of putting my experiences on paper for all those who love or hate Bollywood, of course I have made a fiction story out of it so that it entertains the reader. I Hate Bollywood is like a masala film, it has action, drama and romance,” said Rohit.

Corporate heads, Bollywood and socialites attended the soiree. The evening was co-hosted by Biswajit Chakraborty, GM of Sofitel Mumbai BKC and Ajay Mago, publisher, Om Books International.

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