If You Haven’t Visited These 6 Bookstores In Delhi You Aren’t A True Bibliophile

If You Haven’t Visited These 6 Bookstores In Delhi You Aren’t A True Bibliophile

Nothing can bring us joy like the smell of new books!

If like us you are someone who loves to drown themselves in bundles of books then these 6 bookstores in Delhi are your go-to spots! If you haven’t visited these 6 bookstores in Delhi, you aren’t a true bibliophile.

Bahrisons Booksellers
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One of the oldest bookstores in Delhi, they have got everything a book-lover could dream of!  From all the hard-to-find-books to best coffee table selections, they have a lot to offer and now with a new outlet in DLF Place, Saket we don’t need to travel all the way to Khan Market.

Books N More
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If you have young kids and are looking for a bookstore which has something for you and the kids, then this is the perfect place. Bribe the kids with a toy of their choice and you can look for a good read in peace.

Om Book Store
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This place again is a haven for book lovers. They have books ranging from all genres, be it fiction, biographies, autobiographies, poetry, or children’s books. This bookstore has got it all. You name it, they have it!

New Book Land
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Janpath houses the first ever outlet of the Midland Book Store named the New Book Land. Nestled under a huge peepal tree on the Janpath Road, this quaint little shop has been there since 1988. The store has a collection of books in various categories and the best part they offer 20% discount, which should be a good enough reason for you to head to Janpath.

Full Circle Bookstore
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If you are in Khan Market you have to check out the Full Circle Book Store. Located right below Café Turtle, this one is the perfect hangout spot for book lovers. While you are at it don’t forget to try the Greek Salad Sandwich at Café Turtle.

Chapter 101

This quaint little bookstore in South Point Mall, Gurugram, is a home away from home for all bookworms. This place is filled with rare collectibles and first edition books, along with the best creations of Ernest Hemingway.

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