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British Council of Library's Book Week
The British Council Library
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Flowers Framed! From consumer research in export marketing to making artistic photo frames,
Hetal Merchant
has come a long way.

Young at Heart - Nurturing the Creative Talent in children
Author Deepak Dalal loves writing for children
Tinkle, Tinkle TV Star! Very soon, Kalia, Ramu, Shamu and Chamataka of Tinkle comics fame will hold audiences captive on the television screen.
Scholastic India - A children's publishing and media company
Candle Art - Two entrepreneurs, Anjum and Sienna, offer their expertise in candle making.
 
 
Rediscovering India - Chetana, started in 1946 by a small band of dedicated intellectuals, promotes Vedantic ideals and propagates India's universal spiritual heritage.
 
 
Royal Book House: If it is in print, Royal's the word for it
"No computer or television can replace good old books" - Rayasam Sharma, Jaico Publishing House
"I will do anything for books:" R Sriram, Crossword's happening CEO
Granth: Goregaon's Bookstore
Lotus House Books - The bookstore that targets the upmarket literate book buyer.
The Strand Book Stall - A Name to Trust.
Crossword, one of the most happening bookstores in Mumbai
 
Poor handling, inferior paper quality and environment conditions can send your books to the grave even before they reach adolescence. A little regular care can keep your books looking younger as they grow older.