AISECT Publications Unveils its Literary Treasures at the 51st World Book Fair in New Delhi

AISECT Publications Unveils its Literary Treasures at the 51st World Book Fair in New Delhi

Delhi, February 9, 2024: AISECT Publications, a leading force in education and publishing, proudly announces its participation in the highly anticipated 51st World Book Fair set to enchant book lovers from February 10th to 18th, 2024, at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. As anticipation mounts for this literary extravaganza AISECT Publications invites all creators and enthusiasts to Hall No. 2, Stall No. 3, where a showcase of literary excellence awaits.

This World Book Fair is poised to be an extraordinary affair, featuring innovative initiatives and record-breaking endeavours aimed at captivating audiences of all ages. With the theme “Multilingual India: A Living Tradition,” the fair celebrates linguistic diversity and cultural exchange. With over 1500 publishers from India and abroad participating, the visitors can immerse themselves in a treasure trove of literature spanning 22 Indian languages and foreign tongues. From the theme pavilion to the children’s corner and author’s enclave, the fair offers something for everyone.

In a groundbreaking move, a dedicated B2B zone will debut at the fair facilitating fruitful business engagements and fostering collaboration within the publishing industry. Highlighting the spirit of innovation the National Book Trust (NBT) sets the stage for record-breaking feats, exemplified by its recent achievement at the Pune Book Fair where the word “India” was crafted using 18 thousand books, earning a place in the Guinness Book of World Records.

AISECT Publications is proud to present a diverse array of literature at the upcoming World Book Fair. Their offerings encompass a wide spectrum, including children’s literature, science, art literature and culture insights. Among the highlights are magazines covering various genres, a rich anthology spanning two centuries of science poems, a treasury of science fiction, and a compendium of stories showcasing writers from across the nation such as Katha Desh, Katha Madhya Pradesh, and Katha Bhopal along with an extensive series of stories. The catalogue extends to encompass popular science books from Vishwarang and Rabindranath Tagore University, among others, making the selection valuable for libraries, research students, colleges, and universities. Furthermore, AISECT Publication is also bringing a variety of services to facilitate book publishing.

Speaking about the event, Santosh Choubey- Chairman AISECT Group said “Through literature, we cultivate the seeds of wisdom by engaging with the diverse perspectives and insights offered by authors from various backgrounds and cultures. Literature serves as a medium through which we explore human experiences, emotions and ideas, gaining valuable insights into ourselves and the world around us. Moreover, literature nurtures the essence of cultural exchange by bridging gaps between different communities and fostering understanding and empathy. As we delve into the works of writers from different regions and linguistic backgrounds, we gain a deeper appreciation for the rich tapestry of human cultures and traditions. At the World Book Fair, readers converge to explore literary treasures, fostering a global community of learners and dreamers”.

Storytelling programs, reading marathons, and cultural showcases will echo the call for literary excellence and cultural celebration championed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

AISECT Publications cordially invites everyone to embark on a journey of discovery and enlightenment at the 51st World Book Fair to celebrate the power of words to inspire, educate, and unite. This year, the world’s largest book fair will highlight the National Education Policy 2020’s emphasis on enhancing children’s language skills. This will be achieved by concentrating on the advancement of ‘listening, speaking, writing, and reading.

This year, the premier focus of the world’s largest book fair will underscore the National Education Policy 2020’s commitment on enhancing children’s language skills. This will be achieved by concentrating on the advancement of ‘listening, speaking, writing, and reading.

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