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Juggernaut Books to publish book based on ABP News' show 'Bharatvarsh'

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Juggernaut Books to publish book based on ABP News' show 'Bharatvarsh'

Juggernaut Books and ABP News has announced the forthcoming publication of a book based on ABP News’ popular TV show Bharatvarsh, hosted by actor Anupam Kher. 

The book, titled ‘AnupamKherPrastutKarte Hain–Bharatvarsha’ in Hindi, and ‘Bharatvarsha–Presented by AnupamKher‘in English, will be published in the first quarter of 2017 and will introduce key figures in the 5000-year old history of India who had a defining impact on the country. Brought to life through meticulous research by the ABP News team, these include Gautama Buddha, Chanakya, AshokaSamrat, AdiShankaracharya, Prithviraj Chauhan, Kabir, Akbar, MaharanaPratap and Dara Shikoh.

Renu Agal, Editor, Juggernaut Books said, “We are very excited to collaborate with ABP News and look forward to publishing the stories of these influential figures on the Juggernaut app and in print. This book fills the need for reader-friendly profiles of historical personalities who helped shape India. We also look forward to more such collaborations with ABP News in the future.”

“Ashok Venkatramani, CEO, ABP News Network said, “ABP News is happy to partner with Juggernaut Books to publish Bharatvarsha series in print and digital format. The extensive research on the show will certainly become a reference point for millions of readers who would wish to it refer at any point in time.”

Milind Khandekar, Managing Editor, ABP News said, “We are thought leaders in News Television industry, and the huge popularity of Bharatvarsh has proved it once again. We have done some path-breaking shows in past as well like Prandhanmantri, Ramrajya but for the first time we are getting our programming published. We are extremely happy to partner with Juggernaut Books to bring this series out in print and digital format. This initiative will certainly take the idea to larger audience.”


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