Sunday Book Bazar


The booksellers are impressively informed and nicely-prepared. the entirety that a book lover or student is no longer jointly extraordinary may want to desire to discover or as a minimum glance through – dictionaries, NCERT books, second-hand books with lovable writings alongside the margins, mills and you name it. even though you would possibly have to virtually work to discover a specific ebook, 

if you are just on a go-to, the variety will trap you into shopping for lots more than you deliberate to. We need to inform you right here that the price can be a quarter of the marketplace price in case you good buy even though we can’t promise the shortage of dog-ears. So, get all your lacking Batman titles here. pick from books on the artwork, technology, self-help, pictures, tour, and the works; there’s something for all of us who walks down the chaotic and congested sidewalk. And if you don’t find anything in your liking, you could purchase paper. It’s 20 bucks a kg and constantly comes in on hand. whilst: every Sunday, from 10 am till late evening at 6 pm. 
Vice President of the Society.

Delhi has had a long association with the vendors of Daryaganj Book Bazaar. In 2005, the vendors of the Bazaar approached SEWA for assistance nearly 250 vendors of this historic book market had been struggling against several attempts by the MCD to displace them. SEWA adopted an innovative strategy for this market, whereby it appealed to the market’s consumers, the book lovers of Delhi who frequented the bazaar. On 25th June 2005, SEWA brought the issue to the public by contacting journalists who aired the situation live. Since the publication and public outcry by book lovers across Delhi, Book Bazaar remains secure. After the media campaign, SEWA assisted the vendors in registering a Welfare Association with the Delhi government to ensure their legitimacy and secure legal rights that would protect them from the threat of eviction. In 2011, again the police did not allow the market to function, giving reasons for traffic congestion and theft. The next day, SEWA liaised with the DC and the Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) who, after being persuaded of its great value, said the market could resume. Besides taking up the cause of these vendors to the higher authorities whenever needed, SEWA also guides the market committee in functioning. Now, the MCD charges the vendors weekly teh bazari (fees) and the market is allowed to run smoothly. In 2015, SEWA Delhi again assisted the vendors in renewing their registration. The launch of this website is a promising stage in the further development of this historic market, and SEWA Delhi will continue to support the Book Bazar in years to come. Now the Sunday Book Bazar  is shifted to Mahila Haat Asaf Ali Road, Opposite to Delite Cinema, New Delhi-110 002