Indore's Bibliophiles are in for a treat at the Load The Box fair, hosted by the Kitablovers

This book exhibition will be accepting cards, in case you'd want to go cashless and you can even sell your old books while snagging some amazing discounts here.

These days, there are mostly two kinds of bibliophiles; the ones who pick up random books with a cup of tea by their side for the sake of their Instagram post and then there's the other kind- the ones who believe in sniffing every page to excite their senses before delving into the story. These book-nerds ACTUALLY read for the pleasures of it and if you can relate to this, then surely you're on our team! Thus, if you're in Indore this month, we'd recommend you to check the Load The Box fair being organised by Kitablovers, from the 19th till the 22nd of November.

Load The Box; Pay for the box & load it with books!

Being held at the Surbhi Garden with no entry fee, Load The Box book exhibition is all we could ever ask for and more! The rules are simple- just pay up one time for all the books you can fit into a box. There are three different box sizes for your book shopping haul; The Money Saver at ₹999 (fits in 10-13 books), The Wealth Box at ₹1,499 (fits in 17-20 books) and The Treasure Box at ₹2,499 (fits in 30-33 books).

But do note, these are just estimates- you can fit in as many books as you want to, provided that the box should close flat. This book exhibition will be accepting cards, in case you'd want to go cashless and you can even sell your old books while snagging some amazing discounts.

Here you can expect books like the collected works of Shakespeare, autobiography of Adolf Hitler, Harry Potter series and works of renowned authors such as J. K. Rowling, Agatha Christie, Ruskin Bond, Jeffrey Archer, Ken Follett, Obama, Orhan Pamuk, Khalid Hosseini, Stephen Covey and so on, amidst an expansive list.

Knock Knock

This book fair is absolutely unmissable to say the least and if you have even a bit of an interest in reading, then we would suggest you pay a visit here. Just being in the presence of so manyyy books is reason enough to step out and we CANNOT WAIT to fill up our shelves., yet again.

Venue: Surbhi Garden Agra Bombay Rd, Near Pakiza & C21 Mall, LIG Colony, Indore

Timings: 10AM - 9PM, 19-22 November

For more information, contact (+91) 8860525525

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