Letter writing about visiting to a book fair, writing format.

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LETTER-WRITING is an important channel of communication between people who are geographically distant from one another. In earlier times when the telephone and e-mail were not available, the only means of communication between people was through letters.
So, here I am going to show how you can write a letter. In this article, we will provide you with detailed information regarding the formal letter format about visiting to a book fair. Read on to know everything about formal letter format. Below I have given the full format of a letter, by following which you can write the letter and can apply for.

 

28B, College Street.

Calcutta-700 073

2.11.88

My dear Amal,

I received your letter yesterday. You wanted to know about the Calcutta Book Fair. This Fair has over the years grown into one of the most eagerly awaited cultural events in the city.

This is usually held in the maidan opposite Rabindra Sadan during the winter. This year I went there along with my two friends. The book fair was organised by the Book Sellers Guild; and publishers and book-sellers from all over the country took part in it. Hundreds of pavilions were erected and all sorts of books-fictions, text-books, children’s books, books on general study, reference books were displayed. The stalls were superb in artistic designs and all drew huge crowd. Children moved about merrily with small packs of books in their hands. Arrangements at the fair were also very good. Food and drinks were served from many stalls where the tired visitors halted for a rest. The entire area bore a festive look. We paid visit to almost all the stalls. We were simply absorbed in turning the pages of the books and felt like purchasing all of them. But limitations of our pocket did not permit that. After careful selection we bought a few ones. The book fair gave us a rare opportunity to assess the advancement made in publication of books in our country. It was a heartening scene to see thousands of people queueing up in a disciplined manner and pouring into the fair. Indeed book fairs have grown very popular and they have helped to create a sense of interest for books amongst the general mass. You must make it a point to visit it next time.

With love,

Bijoy

 

 

 

 

 

 

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