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Story hosts interactive session with author Amish

Story hosts interactive session with author Amish

India Blooms News Service | 06 Aug 2015, 06:35 pm
Kolkata, Aug 5 (IBNS): Story, a lifestyle destination in Kolkata hosted an interactive session with author Amish Tripathi on Saturday at its flagship store.

The author of 'The Shiva Trilogy' and 'Scion of Ikshvaku' was in STORY for book signing and also an interactive session with the readers. 

He shared his perspective on mythological stories, about his college days at IIM and his love for the City of Joy.

Amish's latest book 'Scion of Ikshavaku' had hit the shelves earlier this year in the month of June. 

The author goes around the 'Ram Rajya' in this book, after completing the fictional trilogy on 'Shiva' in 2013.

Story is an initiative by the Primarc Group. It is Eastern India’s largest standalone book store covering an area of 15000 sq feet.

Story has a massive collection of books of all genres and a dedicated floor for children. Through innovative technology and outstanding customer service Story provides more than 50000 titles. The best basket of collectible pens and writing accessories is available in the Pen & Ink section. 

The art street section offers art material and accessories, gift it! section has bountiful of special gift items, greetings section boasts of a wide range of all reasons greeting cards whereas the paper shop & amp; stationery section has a comprehensive range of house paper and stationery materials of different kinds.

Primarc Group is a diversified dominant position in the retail & realty sector in Eastern India. Primarc owns and operates over 45 stores across various formats across East India. 

Story hosts interactive session with author Amish

India Blooms News Service
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