Amazon Launches Kindle Store In India With Over a Million Books

Bangalore: The world’s biggest online bookseller Amazon had finally opened its services to the e-reader community of India by launching its Kindle Store, which offers over a million titles to Indian readers at marginal prices.
Amazon had also announced the launch of its latest generation e-reader, Kindle, across the country.
According to Amazon, “the India Kindle Store offers over one million books for India customers that are priced in Indian Rupees (INR), including 70 of 100 Nielsen Bestsellers, and has the ‘lowest prices of any e-bookstore in India’.”
The store will also carry titles from a range of Indian authors including Chetan Bhagat, Ashwin Sanghi, Ravinder Singh and Amish Tripathi. The store already started offering some exclusive titles from Indian authors. Moreover, with its Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP), Amazon plans to reach independent authors and publishers in the country.
With the help of KDP, the writers from other countries including U.S., the largest e-book market, will be able to market their books directly to Indian customers by offering it in the India Kindle Store.
By looking at the growth of international e-book market, Amazon is expecting the store to be filled quickly with self-published titles from authors across the country.

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