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Wildlife Week at PageTurners!

Taking steps to preserve and protect the wildlife and endangered species in India has never been more important. The only way to do this is to join hands and promote wildlife awareness, and work towards protecting these beautiful creatures so that future generations may hope to get a glimpse of their extraordinary ways of existence and survival.[ Feb 2011 ]

If you’re wondering where to begin, we at PageTurners have the answer!

Join us, from the 5th to 12th Feb 2011, for:

  • An exclusive collection of books on wildlife and nature
  • A selection of wildlife photography

12th February, 4.00pm
Featured Speaker: Sandesh Kadur, wildlife photgrapher/filmmaker on his book “Sahyadris”

5th February, 4.00pm
Featured Speaker: Mr. Ravi Chellam, Ph.D., Country Director, Wildlife Conservation Society-India Program
Title:Tales from lion country - Conservation status of Asiatic lions

Young Designers Bangalore meet at Pageturners
Date: 29th January 2011
Time: 4pm
Venue: PageTurners, MG Road

Inaugural Discussion: Messing with People's Heads
Featured Speaker: Amit Mirchandani
Amit brings a fresh new perspective to design that questions the reason behind why things are what they are. He believes the future can and should be something quite different. Something more sustainable, more peaceful and more beautiful. And he believes that Design is how this will be achieved!
[ Jan 2011 ]


PageTurners In association with Roli Books Brings You a Special Book (the first of its kind) on India: INDIA – 150 YEARS IN PHOTOGRAPHS – ALBUM
[ Jan 2011 ]

Our Past News

Wildlife Week at Pageturners   [ Feb 2011 ]

Young Designers Bangalore meet at PageTurners, 29th Jan 2011, 4pm
[ Jan 2011 ]

PageTurners participated in the first run of the play 'Nine Faces Of Being', an adaptation by Anita Nair of her book, 'The Mistress' at Jagriti   [ Jan 2011 ]

The BookClub started with a bang with 20 members and an evening with author Jahnavi Barua who joined us with a reading and discussion of her book, Next Door. Indeed an enjoyable evening spent in conversation about the book, its setting and her inspirations.      [ Jan 2011 ]

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