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Richa S Jul 19
So happy to visit a bookstore after long. Ended up buying books despite all resolutions of going only digital. 🤷🏻‍♀️
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Kitab Khana Jul 18
R.V. Desai’s novel, ‘Divyachakshu’ is a fascinating story chronicling the role of freedom fighters in India. The narrative intertwines the non-violence resistance, secularism, female empowerment, and untouchability. Pick up this novel at
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Kitab Khana Jul 19
Hang out at the Arts Adda with Falguni Desai today at at 5:30 pm. If you can’t make it, do tune into the live stream on facebook by
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Kitab Khana Jul 16
Author Faraaz Kazi dropped by to sign his newly launched novel ‘Meant to be Together’. The book is a tale of love, friendship, courage, determination and above all, hope. Pick up a copy of this popular romance novel from
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Kitab Khana Jul 18
Check out our in the Fiction and Non-Fiction section at . Make your way to the store this and grab your next read! Let us know as a comment below what are on your list.
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Kitab Khana Jul 13
Always wondered what goes into the making of a great art festival? Find out about ‘The Kabir Festival Story’ from Falguni Desai — festival organiser, lawyer and self-professed seeker at on Friday, July 19 at 5:30 pm. RSVP at
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Kitab Khana Jul 13
Debutant author Manu Dhawan visited today. He will be releasing his novel ‘The Unprodigal’ tomorrow. The novel beautifully depicts the intergenerational dynamics of son, father and grandfather. The book is available at Kitab Khana. Get your copy today!
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Kitab Khana Jul 14
': Life, Death, and Hope in a Mumbai Undercity' is a work of by Katherine Boo, who went into the slums of Annawadi in Mumbai to record the lives of the city’s marginal inhabitants. Get your copy of this compelling read, from .
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Kitab Khana Jul 12
'Chitralekha' by is a unique creation not only in Hindi but in Indian Literature — with its unique story construction. The ambience is aristocratic, but the basic elements of the story are based on the folktale format. get your copy at
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Kitab Khana Jul 7
Do you love a beautiful shelf of books? Do you spend hours arranging and rearranging your books? We all have our own unique ways of organizing our bookshelves whether it’s by colour or genre or just our favourites. Thank you Chandan for sharing your at .
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Kitab Khana Jul 17
Introducing children to books and reading is such a rewarding experience. Check out our at to spend time creating memories with your child. Thank you for sharing with us your outing with your little one!
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Indian Novels Collective Jan 12
At ‘Readings and Conversations about Marathi, Gujarati & Konkani Novels’ hosted at in April last year, Editor of ‘Art India magazine’ expressed his thoughts on translations. Here’s his perception of languages in the process of .
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Ashu Tosh Jun 2
At , Mumbai. Apart from being a fantastic book store, italian food here is recommended not only by me, but by as well!!
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Kitab Khana Jul 13
'Stories for Boys Who Dare to Be Different' by Ben Brooks is must-read for every boy, to inspire them to be true to themselves in the face of adversity. Pick up your copy from soon!
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Darshana Khiani 🧁📚 Dec 31
No trip is complete without a visit to the bookstore.
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Sujata Parashar Mar 19
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Kitab Khana Jul 5
Our featured children’s author this week is Newbery-winner Kate DiCamillo. She is a master storyteller who creates characters that dance off the pages and plots that never fail to engage and delight . Find her books exclusively at
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Avinash Marwari Mar 25
I love books. These are undemanding, knowledgeable and faithful friends😀
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Kitab Khana Jul 7
Go on an adventure through Namaste Mumbai, by Rachana Chandaria - Mamania and Kavita Bafana. Explore the food at Chowpatty, dance on the streets, and whiz in a taxi. The city comes alive through colourful illustrations by Sandhya Prabhat. Get your at .
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Kitab Khana Jul 15
In ‘The Story of the Timepiece: A Collection of Short Stories’, award-winning writer S.K. Pottekkat beautifully blends elements of  romanticism and realism. The collection has been from by Venugopal Menon and you can now get a copy of it at
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