Today, when the entire world is in the state of lockdown, even in India, there is nationwide lockdown. People are imprisoned in their home,You are not able to meet your friends… but do you know that most of us have some true friends in our homes… whom you can meet whenever you want. These friends do not talk to you, but they definitely have answers to many questions related to your life. the World Book Day which is celebrated every year on 23 April, this time it has brought the message that you are your true companion ie Recognize the book, befriend them, read good books, believe it is many times better than spending time on your internet here.
Books are the best and most true friends of any person, who will encourage you in difficult times, bring a smile to your face, bring tears to your eyes and also give you information from all over the world.
On the occasion of World Book Day, I shall tell you some interesting stories of friendship between humans and books and will tell you how books have been influencing human civilization for years. I am sure after reading this blog your friendship with books will get much stronger.
According to the World Culture Score Index, people in India spend an average of 10 hours and 42 minutes a week reading books. The second is Thailand where people read books for an average of 9 hours and 24 minutes a week, while China is at number three in this case While people from developed countries like America, Germany, Britain and Italy are not much fond of reading books, their time spent on the net is much more.
So far, more than 150 million books have been published worldwide. If you are fond of reading books, you must have come across some popular words attached to this hobby
Bibliography-a list of the books of a specific author or publisher, or on a specific subject.
Bookmark something you put inside a book so that you can find the page you want
Bibliophilia or bibliophilism- is the love of books, One who love reading book.
Book worm- This word is used pejoratively , an individual who loves and frequently reads books.
The most expensive book sold in the world so far is Codex Leicester (Codex Lester). The book was written by the famous painter and writer Leonardo Da Vinci. Which was bought by industrialist Bill Gates for Rs 230 crores? Can you believe it.
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, a book written by noted author Mark Twain, is considered to be the first book written by Typewriter. It is said that America’s 26th President Theodore Roosevelt used to read a book every day on an average.
The most read book in the world is the Bible, which has sold nearly 400 million copies. The book at number two is named “Quotations from Chairman Mao Zedong. It has been read by nearly 82 million people so far. At number three is the book Harry Potter written by the British writer JK Rowling. So far, more than 400 million Copies Is sold out
On the occasion of World Book Day, you should visit those books which are lying in any corner of your house or are waiting in a closed cupboard covered with dust. It is said that books are man’s best friend, but in the era of the digital world, this friendship has become a bit neglected. In the new era, Smart Phones have become the closest friends of the people
Why not they should be as they claim they can make you visit the world around you with a touch of your finger, make all the information available. Whereas books are used to decorate the shelves of home glass.
It is said that a room without a book is like a body without a soul. So give good and positive books in your room. These books will never cheat you and no crisis will ever distract your mind
In the era of WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, time passes less with books. But during Lock Down, you should take the time to get into the habit of reading books once again, because during which Social Distancing has given you away from the world .. During that time, books are only for you, inside and outside the world. Can take
Even today, many people are fond of reading the book, but surprisingly it is that the number of book readers is less than those who buy the book. It is a strange paradox that people buy books but they do not have time to read. Some people also say that in the era of mobile phones and tabs, reading paper books has become a bit outdated.
But still World Book Day reminds us that you once again recognize your old friends, get close to them, and trust me, you will feel proud for this friendship