About EBD, the legacy
EBD (acronym for The English Book Depot®) is a major retail outlet. Our inherent strength in publishing has given us a niche in the distribution and wholesale of books. We are registered importer / exporter with the Government of India. EBD has reprint arrangements with many British / American publishers. Our specialised fields are - Military History, Earth Sciences, Environment and Forestry. The list includes important bestsellers like; Beautiful Garhwal (Ruskin Bond), Matter of Honour (Philip Mason), Victims of Environmental Crises (D.N. Tiwari), Forest Planning Process (C.P.Nautiyal), Campaign in Malaya (Maj. Gen.D.K.Palit).
Current Events guides for competitions and personality development, published by EBD, have sold over Three million copies !
TRADE NEWS - BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY FOR BOOKSELLERS
Our Current Events help books for competitions and personality development, are the password for success. The EBD Students Reprints, are perfect import substitutes and these important texts are prescribed in many Universities. The list also includes bestsellers: Jungle Warfare (J.P.Cross), Principles of Silviculture (Smith), Pakistan: Dimensions of Insecurity (Mahnaz Ispahani), Military Leadership (Taylor & Rosenbach), Oil Well Drilling Technology (McRay & Cole), SSB Interviews Guide, Guide to Public School Admission Tests and as many as 150 other titles.
Finally, our EBDMail (Mail Order Service) gives us a big market, so if you too have a product to sell, do send us the details and we promise to give you big returns.
PUBLISHERS - REPRINTS AND ORIGINAL WORKS
The English Book Depot® specializes in the fields of Military History & Warfare, Geology & Petroleum and Forestry & Environment. We are contributing our might in feeding the Indian student community and academic institutions with economy reprints of all publications important to them. It helps the student to own them as it also serves the purpose of the authors in disseminating their thoughts to a wider circle. Most of the books of foreign publishers cost more than an average Indian's pocket permits and hence the need for low cost reprints for the Indian sub-continent makes good business sense.
We are willing to do a joint venture and are keen to tie up with publishers from overseas for not only printing and publishing in India at the most competitive prices, but for exporting to the world too. India has a sizable English speaking academic community and the best of minds to help make it a major publishing and distribution centre for the entire world market. In the liberalized era, the technology constraints no longer exist and thus our print technology is keeping pace with the very best.