In view of the rapid popularity of Ramakrishna Vivekananda Vedanta Literature, the Ramakrishna Mission has set up six stalls at the International Kolkata Book Fair. Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture, Galle Park has opened a stall (409) at the Boimela Prangan Trade Fair in Central Park, Salt Lake. Advaita Ashrama (199), Udbodhan (451), Sri Sarada Math (201), Narendrapur Ramakrishna Mission (261), Sarisha Ramakrishna Mission (383) are stalls. In 2021-2022, RKM can say that he spent Rs 1.3 crore to publish the book.
Officials from the Publishers and Booksellers Guild said 20 publishers from the UK, US, France, Italy, Japan, Argentina, Australia, Cuba and Mexico attended the fair. 70 publishers from Bangladesh participated in the fair. 4 February is observed as Bangladeshi Diva.
A seminar and cultural program will take place on the day. Children’s Day on February 5th is celebrated in honor of Skuma his ray where the immortal creation Avoltabol celebrates his 100th anniversary. Ray is famous for his nonsense rhymes. Thousands of people, mostly young people, visited the fair on its first day.
The fair runs from noon to 8pm. Transport Minister Snehashis Chakraborty said more public and private buses were in operation to ferry book-lovers across the city and neighboring districts. People are using the newly opened metro service from Sealdah. We are getting off at Carnamoe to go to the fairgrounds.
Guild officials are expecting more visitors this year. They said that in 2022 he expects Rs 2.4 crore worth of books to be sold and that amount will increase this year.