Amazon India now offers Kindle e-books in 5 informal languages – Good E
December 4, 2016 - Kindle Unlimited
Amazon is focusing on India and has populated their Kindle bookstore with thousands of e-books in 5 informal languages. Users can now squeeze bestsellers and download giveaway samples in Hindi, Tamil, Marathi, Gujarati and Malayalam.
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“We are vehement to offer readers a largest digital preference of best sellers in 5 Indian languages. All we need is an Android or iOS device, or a Kindle eReader to get started. This is another step in a ongoing work to yield some-more choice and preference to Indian readers,” pronounced Rajiv Mehta, Kindle India Country Manager.
Here are some of a book titles for these languages that have been combined to a Kindle Book Store, “Ishq Mein Shahar Hona” by Ravish Kumar and “Theek Tumhare Peechhe” by Manav Kaul (Hindi), “Rajaraja Chozhan” by Sa. Na. Kannan, and “Vantharkal Ventrarkal” by Madhan (Tamil), “Mrutyunjay” by Shivaji Sawant and“Yayati” by Vishnu Sakharam Khandekar (Marathi), “Ek Bija Ne Gamta Rahiye” by Kaajal Oza Vaidya and “Bhagvan Ni Tapal” by Gunvant Shah (Gujarati), “Aarachar” by K R Meera and “Ente Katha” by Madhavakutty/Kamala Das (Malayalam).
The preference of books also embody translations of globally renouned titles like “The Secret” by Rhonda Byrne, “The Monk who sole his Ferrari” by Robin Sharma and contemporary best sellers like “The Secret of Nagas” by Amish Tripathi. Free classics like “Godan” by Munshi Premchand, “Parthiban Kanavu” by Kalki Krishnamurthy, “Deshbandhu Das” by Sane Guruji, “Thag” by Ramanlal Vasantlal Desai and “Chandalabhikshuki” by N. Kumaran Asan are also available.
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