launches E-Books in 5 Indian languages on Kindle Store

Amazon E-Books Kindle Store : The Amazon’s e-book reader is now announced that it has supported the content in five Indian languages . The store has announced the addition of thousands of digital books in almost all selected Indian languages. The largest digital selection of best sellers and hundreds of exclusive titles are free classic to its Kindle Book Store. However, the e-readers can now able to access the books on their Kindle eReaders and free Kindle apps for Android and iOS users. launches E-Books in 5 Indian languages on Kindle Store | Amazon E-Books Kindle Store
Amazon-E-Books-Kindle-Store launches E-Books in 5 Indian languages on Kindle Store | Amazon E-Books Kindle Store

According to the statements claimed by Sanjeev Jha Amazon Kindle Director (Content) said we are adding thousands of digital books in Hindi, Tamil, Marathi, Gujarati and Malayalam, including the largest digital selection of bestsellers, hundreds of exclusive titles and free classics to the Kindle Book Store. Kindle store Subscribers of Kindle Unlimited will also have access to the Indian language content. Kindle store already supports the languages like Chinese, German, French and Japanese.

The new language selection is in addition to over 3 million books that are already available in the Kindle Book Store.  We are bringing features like font size adjustment, ability to add notes and highlights, and automatically save and sync of your furthest page read across all your devices. According to industry reports, the print book market in India is estimated to be worth about $4 billion roughly Rs. 27,340 crores. India ranks third in English language publishing, after the US and the UK.
Books being offered: Among the titles being offered include bestseller books like Ravish Kumar’s “Ishq Mein Shahar Hona”, Manav Kaul’s “Theek Tumhare Peechhe” (Hindi); Sa.Na.Kannan’s “Rajaraja Chozhan” and Madhan’s “Vantharkal Ventrarkal” (Tamil); Shivaji Sawant’s “Mrutyunjay” and Vishnu Sakharam Khandekar’s “Yayati” (Marathi); Kaajal Oza Vaidya’s “Ek Bija Ne Gamta Rahiye” and Gunvant Shah’s “Bhagvan Ni Tapal” (Gujarati); K R Meera’s ‘Aarachar’ and Madhavikutty/Kamala Das’ Ente Katha’ (Malayalam).
The selection will also include translations of globally popular titles like Rhonda Byrne’s “The Secret”, and Robin Sharma’s “The Monk who sold his Ferrari” and exclusive titles like Satya Vyas’s “Banaras Talkies”, Madhanand’s “Ki.Mu.Ki.Pi”, Kaajal Oza Vaidya’s “Draupadi”.Stay Tuned to this page for more latest updates: Indiantalks .
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