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Published on Fri, Mar 09, 2012 at 16:54 HRS
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Oxford Bookstore, Mumbai

Oxford Bookstore, Mumbai

The Space
Located on the ground floor of Apeejay House at Mumbai’s posh Church Gate is Oxford Bookstore Mumbai, plush, state of the art, brimming with fresh energy and over 50,000 titles. The Store is also close to the Prince of Wales Museum with easy access to the city’s commercial nerve center, Nariman Point. Apart from the wide collection of books, the Mumbai Store’s other attraction is the contemporary tea bar - Cha Bar covered by a translucent dome that filters in daylight into the 70-seater restaurant.


The Shelves
The Mumbai store brings to the city an enviable selection of books offering over 100,000 titles. Key players in the

industry like Penguin India, Oxford University press, Harper Collins are well represented and are prominent international publishing giants. World's largest publisher of Art books Thames and Hudson (UK), have joined hands exclusively with Oxford to bring the latest titles to the discerning book lovers of India.

The magazine section at Oxford Bookstore, Mumbai is one of the finest and best stocked in the country. This section is extremely popular and contains Indian, British and American publications on politics, economics, architecture, fashion, sports and a host of other subjects.

Cha Bar
The Cha Barat Oxford Bookstore Mumbai, predominantly set on a white backdrop and incorporated with natural textures of each material- wood, steel, glass, aluminium, onyx offers more than 60 types of tea selected from renowned gardens in India and overseas. This magnificent restaurant is extremely popular among the youth as well as celebrities.


Gifts, reading-related items as well as a range of beautiful stationary are all available here. Oxford Bookstore Mumbai promotes a range of exquisite eco-friendly products, tribal artifacts and recycled paper gifts here.


Oxford Bookstore, Mumbai takes pride in being one of the few outlets in the country that have hosted Book launches, Book Readings, Signings and lively interactive sessions with established literary gurus, as well as aspiring writers from India and abroad. In Mumbai, internationally renowned writers like Amitav Ghosh and Amit Chaudhury have released their latest titles here. Other celebrated launches include philosopher Ram Ray Bhaskar’s book on Meta-reality; eminent poet and filmmaker Gulzar’s latest offerings; Release of Dome Over India – The Rashtrapati Bhavan – a modern documentation of the icon of India’s sovereignty; Unveiling of Bollywood – Popular Indian Cinema by award winning actress Rekha. Poetry reading evening, panel discussion on adoption in India – all have attracted booklovers.


Address - Apeejay House, 3 Dinsha Vachha Road, Churchgate, Mumbai 400 020
Phone - +91.22.6636 4477
Fax - +91.22.2202 9967
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