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AMC shifts annual book fair to November

DNAHM120218 | 4/17/2018 | Author : Gargi Raval | WC :334 | Art & Culture



There's big news for Ahmedabad's book lovers! The seventh edition of the Ahmedabad Book Fair organised by the civic body will be held in winter from this year instead of May. It is likely to be held in November during the World Heritage Week.
"We have changed the dates of annual book fair. Instead of May, it is going to be held in November," said Mayor Gautam Shah. The civic body is planning to host the annual book fair from November 19 to November 25.
Winter is the time when major book fairs take place across India. However, Ahmedabad was one of the few cities which used to have its book fair during summer months. "Such fairs across country are being held during winter season and keeping that in mi
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