Goodbye Syndicate Book House… Now You Will Meet In Memories

Essence: This book house became history for thousands of fans with the lock down on Friday evening. However, before this there was an influx of book lovers throughout the day.

Founder Santosh Verma… – Photo : Amar Ujala

The 42-year journey of Syndicate Book House comes to an end with a golden past left behind. For thousands of fans, this book house became history with the lock down on Friday evening. However, before this there was an influx of book lovers throughout the day. Many people who came to give their last farewell could not even control their emotions and their eyes were filled with tears. There was an atmosphere of uneasiness among the people who had an emotional attachment to the Syndicate Book House after announcing its closure four days ago, it can be gauged from the fact that since then there has been a constant movement of this book house. Was. Within a few days, most of the stock on the book house was sold. Many people took the books from here as a last memento.

There was more movement of people on Friday. The people who came to fulfill the age-old relationship for the last time said goodbye to the book house in their own way. Somebody arrived with a bouquet for Santosh Verma, the owner of the book house, and someone made the last farewell memorable by cutting a cake here. The feelings of some people also spilled out in the form of tears.

Then tell that Syndicate Book House was established by Santosh Verma and her husband RG Verma in 1979. Over time, this book house made a place in the hearts of thousands of people not only in Bareilly but in all the surrounding cities. The syndicate used to have books from every major author along with the big names of literature.

Because of this, book lovers of every class used to reach here. It was also the favorite place of army officers. There was a separate section in the book house for them. There was also a section for children where free comics were also available for them to read. In the recent few years, after the advent of online mediums, the popularity of books decreased, then difficulties were also arising in front of the syndicate.

Emotional friendship was with Santosh Verma, the director of Palsyndicate Book House, during his studies in Bareilly College. There has probably been a month in 42 years when books have not been bought from the syndicate. The permanent closure of Syndicate Book House is an emotional moment. – Dr. Purnima Anil, former Head of the Department of English in Bareilly College

Soumya Santosh Verma’s behavior is more than the best books one could get at Syndicate Book House. When I first came to this book house to buy a book, there was not much information. Most of the books have been bought from here on the suggestion of Santosh Verma. – Purushottam Gangwar

I have been associated with Book House for many years. The books which were available here were not found anywhere else in the city. The closure of the syndicate is a big loss for the city. This book house will always be fresh in my memories. – Geeta Arora

Expansion The 42-year journey of Syndicate Book House comes to an end with leaving behind a golden past. For thousands of fans, this book house became history with the lock down on Friday evening. However, before this there was an influx of book lovers throughout the day. Many people who came to give their last farewell could not even control their emotions and their eyes were filled with tears.

There was an atmosphere of uneasiness among the people who had an emotional attachment to the Syndicate Book House after announcing its closure four days ago, it can be gauged from the fact that since then there has been a constant movement of this book house. Was. Within a few days, most of the stock on the book house was sold. Many people took books from here as a last memento.

There was more movement of people on Friday. The people who came to fulfill the age-old relationship for the last time said goodbye to the book house in their own way. Somebody arrived with a bouquet for Santosh Verma, the owner of the book house, and someone made the last farewell memorable by cutting a cake here. The feelings of some people also spilled out in the form of tears.

Then tell that Syndicate Book House was founded by Santosh Verma and her husband RG Verma in 1979. Over time, this book house made a place in the hearts of thousands of people not only in Bareilly but in all the surrounding cities. The syndicate used to have books from every major author along with the big names of literature.

Because of this, book lovers of every class used to reach here. It was also the favorite place of army officers. There was a separate section in the book house for them. There was also a section for children where free comics were also available for them to read. In the recent few years, after the advent of online mediums, when the popularity of books decreased, then difficulties were also arising in front of the syndicate.

The emotional moment was a friendship with the director of Syndicate Book House, Santosh Verma, during his studies in Bareilly College. There has probably been a month in 42 years when books have not been bought from the syndicate. The permanent closure of Syndicate Book House is an emotional moment. – Dr. Purnima Anil, former Head of the Department of English in Bareilly College
Soumya Santosh Verma’s behavior is more than the best books one could get at Syndicate Book House. When I first came to this book house to buy a book, there was not much information. Most of the books have been bought from here on the suggestion of Santosh Verma. – Purushottam Gangwar

I have been associated with Book House for many years. The books which were available here were not found anywhere else in the city. The closure of the syndicate is a big loss for the city. This book house will always be fresh in my memories. – Geeta Arora

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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