Oxford Bookstore

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Marcus Tullus Cicero had famouslynn remarked, “A home without books is a body without soul.†Indeed, to nnhelp enrich the readerly experience, a visit to the nearest bookshop, nnnamely the Oxford Bookstore is absolutely essential. The various nnoutlets, spread as they are all over the country, offer a vast nnassortment of titles along with choicest music merchandise, tasteful nngift and novelty items, an innovative event space, a restful Cha Bar nnzone and Internet facilities.


The ambient experience is one of nndelectable warmth and comfort, thereby ensuring a pleasurable reading nnexperience. The stores are often frequented by renowned personalities nnfrom various occupational spheres such as Amartya Sen; the late Satyajitnn Ray; Amitav Ghosh; Salman Rushdie; Sir V.S.Naipaul; Gunter Grass; nnVikram Seth; Paritosh Sen; Narayan Murty; Rajmata Gayatri Devi; Ravi nnShankar; Shyam Benegal; Amitabh and Jaya Bachchan; and A.R.Rahman, to nnname a few. The Prince and Princess of Thailand and the royal families nnof Japan and Bhutan are among Oxford's illustrious foreign guests, as nnare other visiting dignitaries and diplomats. Here, generations of book nnlovers have enjoyed browsing through works known and unknown. Oxford's nnclientele includes professionals, students, tourists, businessmen, nnhousewives, young children just learning their ABCs and retired nnprofessors who seek to endlessly expand their knowledge horizon. They nnhave marveled at the prompt and eager assistance provided by a nndedicated, dynamic team that works tirelessly to make certain the nncontinued success of Oxford Bookstore.

Calcutta has always been a city of books,nn and Oxford Bookstore has been a part of its life and times since 1920. nnOxford now enjoys a respected presence countrywide and has extended nnoperations to Mumbai, Bangalore, Goa, New Delhi, Chennai and nnBhubaneswar. The opening of outlets in conformity with two retail nnformats – Oxford Express and Franchisee models has also met with great nnsuccess.

Launched in September 22, 2000 nnwww.oxfordbookstore.com, India’s largest book web store provides the nnonline presence. It boasts of over half a million of book and music nntitles, bringing to the devoted bookworms a continuously updated nnselection of Indian and foreign titles at special Indian prices.

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