For those who love books, there’s nothing quite liking having a lot more books. And the wait is over, now that Penguin Random House India is going to launch their first ever classics festival in India. Also Read - Walking Librarian: This 64-Yr-Old Kerala Woman Walks 4 km Everyday For Doorstep Delivery of Books

The dates are here: it’s starting November 1 and will go on for exactly a month. The fun part though is that it’s not restricted to one particular city in the country. It’s a multi-city book festival covering five cities – Delhi, Mumbai, Bangaluru, Chennai and Kolkata. Also Read - Dubai-Based Indian Boy Reads 20 Books in Just One Hour, Sets New Record

The purpose of the festival is to celebrate timeless classics that have never been made available to the readers before. In case you’re wondering about where exactly to find them in the cities, here goes: Also Read - Kolkata Launches its First Boat Library for Children with Over 500 Books

Delhi: Head to the popular bookstore Full Circle’s outlets in Khan Market, Greater Kailash-2 and Nizamuddin

Mumbai: The Penguin Classics Festival will be hosted by Kitab Khana in the maximum city

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Thank you @worldofmumbai for the #shoutout and @ditsonthego for the lovely picture. We hope you enjoyed your visit! #Repost – Kitab Khana, Fort, Mumbai A famous and legendary book store with a cafe. Fiction, non-fiction, poetry, best-sellers any book you are looking for will be here on the racks waiting for you. Also,the coffee, Tea and hot chocolate served here is amazing!! A book and a coffee, what else can you ask for!😎 🔰Location: 45, Ground Flora Fountain Somaiya Bhavan, 47, Mahatma Gandhi Road, Fort, Mumbai – 400001 #kitabkhana #kitabkhanamumbai #mumbaisfavourite #bookstore #bookshop #bookstoresofmumbai #readersparadise #comeexplore #discoverreading #livetoread #lovetoread #bookworm #readerslife #readerforlife

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Bengaluru: Blossoms Bookstores at MG Road

Kolkata: Starmark Bookstores across the city

Chennai: Starmark Bookstores across the city

Going by the festival’s tagline “There Is One For Everyone”, book lovers of all ages can expect to find something for themselves. It’ll be accompanied by special sales, where one can also find interesting merchandise, especially designed for the festival.

There’ll be a large collection of books from Penguin Classics, Penguin Modern Classics, Vintage Classics, Everyman Library, Bantam Classics, books by Murty Classical Library of India, Puffin Classics and Vintage Children Classics. The initiative taken by Penguin Random House India is definitely going to take the reading game a notch higher in the country.