A Book Fair
Fair is always a matter of amusement. But a book fair is much more than just an enjoyment. It is also the fair of knowledge and, probably, the noblest of all fairs. It is the fair of concurrence of the writers, publishers and the book lovers. Different organizations or government agencies arrange book fair on different occasions. Different publishers and book-sellers adorn their respective stalls and pavilions in a festive manner. Books of different classes and tastes are displayed there. Visitors are interested to overlook the books rather than to buy them. Presence of writers and poets at different stalls creates a scene. Interested readers are seen crowding there for buying books and collecting autograph from their favorite writers. Apart from book stalls, stalls of food and drink and fancy goods are also available in the book fair. However, the aim of a book fair is to arouse curiosity among the mass about reading books and earning knowledge. New books as well as the writers are introduced through a book fair. To conclude, there is no alternative to a book fair to build up an educated and thoughtful nation.
Appearance is something absolute, but reality is not that way – everything is interdependent, not absolute. So that view is very helpful to maintain a peace of mind because the main destroyer of a peaceful mind is anger.
― Dalai Lama
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