Delhi Book Fair (DBF) to go digital

2020 edition promises a virtual treat for book lovers

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Delhi Book Fair (DBF) to go digital

India Trade Promotion Organization, in association with the Federation of Indian Publishers (FIP), will organize the digital edition of the Delhi Book Fair (DBF) on 30 and 31 October 2020. Book Fairs make a significant contribution in promotion the habit of reading among readers of all ages. Delhi Book Fair has made a pivotal contribution in promoting this hobby and is recognized as the most prominent book extravaganza awaited by book lovers from across the city. DBF offers a vast selection of the choicest Indian books on a variety of subjects.


The fair offers a niche platform for B2B transactions and is the hotspot for networking and buying and selling of publishing as well as translation rights. It also offers multifarious retailing opportunities for book lovers and visitors. The DBF also puts together conferences, seminars, panel discussions, buyer-seller meets, book releases, book readings, author interactions, and other literary interactions for book lovers.

This year the fair is going to be a virtual event with over 100 exhibitors, authors and publishers bringing more than 5000 books right to your doorstep. The DBF offers discounts on books and related merchandise, conducts interactive webinars, and provides a global marketplace for the publishing industry in this virtual edition.

The key highlights of the 2020 digital edition include panel discussions and webinars on trending topics of 2020 by authors and publishers; a plethora of creative competitions by POGO and Cartoon Network for junior bookworms; and essay and painting contests by participating schools.

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