When the Indian-American community started to see an increase in book sales, its founder was left “shocked”

A man who began a book-selling business in India and moved to New York City in the 1970s had no idea that his community was seeing an influx of books in the stores he opened.

He was shocked when his book store sold out of the first six titles he started.

Nisha Chandra Singh had been a bookseller for more than 30 years and was a pioneer in the Indian American community when he founded his first store in 1968 in New York.

He had been on the verge of selling his books at the height of the Indian and Black nationalist movements, but the store became a target for anti-Black racism, he said.

The books he started selling were books by white writers, like James Baldwin and Upton Sinclair, and books by black authors, like Angela Davis and Maya Angelou.

Singh, who grew up in a middle-class New York neighborhood, was shocked to see the rise in book stores in the years after he opened his shop.

The community has been struggling for a long time, he added.

“I thought it was just a question of time before it started.”

Singh’s store was one of the only places where people could buy books from white authors and artists, and he became a symbol of the rise of Indian American literature in America.

His store became one of India’s largest booksellers and a cultural institution.

Today, India has more than 200 bookstores, with about 200 of them dedicated to books, according to the Booksellers Association of India.

In New York, the number of bookstores has doubled to about 700, according a book survey from the National Center for Book, Music and Cultural Affairs.

Singh was shocked that the community saw an increase of books as the years went by.

“It was a very shocking phenomenon to me.

The first six books that I sold were books from my own country,” Singh said.

“How could it be that a community of people who were born here can now buy books that are not even in the country that they came from?”

His store had about 100 books on its shelves and a shelf full of other books from around the world.

“We didn’t even have a shelf for the next book that we started selling,” Singh added.

Singhs books sold well.

But he wasn’t surprised by the increase in books, because “books have become a very important part of the culture in India.”

The increase in India’s book sales was driven by the rise and popularity of Hindi-language books, which are popular in the predominantly Muslim nation.

“If you look at books from the Middle East, the rise is much greater,” said Rajesh Ramesh, a professor at Harvard University who studies Indian culture.

Ramesh also points out that books from other countries are increasingly becoming popular.

“There’s a lot of interest in books in other cultures.

They’re also increasingly being bought in India.

And there’s more bookselling in India than in the United States,” he said, referring to the popularity of books at Indian bookstores.

According to Ramesho, the books that were sold in the first half of this century had mostly been Hindi-speaking books, and the second half of the century had more books from South Asian languages, such as Bengali, Gujarati, Malayalam and Tamil.

India’s growing bookstores also have a higher percentage of non-Hindi-speaking authors.

“The books from Pakistan, the book from Bangladesh, the Hindi books are coming out, too,” Rameshi said.

Indian books have also seen an increase over the past decade, as more people have moved to India.

“Indian books are really becoming a bigger market,” said Ramesha.

“And it’s also the first time when it’s been an Indian American generation that’s been buying books.”

But while the Indian community has seen an uptick in the number and popularity.

“As people have come to India, it’s really started to take off,” Radesh said.

“There’s definitely a need for more books in India, especially books by authors from South Asia, as well as books from African authors,” Rainsh added.

The bookstores have also become popular among younger generations of Indian Americans.

Rameshe added that books in Hindi have become popular as people are increasingly finding ways to speak English and also learning English.

“As more people in India have been exposed to English and learned English, books have become more popular,” he added, adding that books also became popular with children.

Rainsh believes that the rise has been driven by two factors.

First, the rising number of books being published.

“At the same time, there are a lot more books being written in India,” Rimesh said, adding, “A lot of books have been written by people who are living in India who are not necessarily living in New America.

It’s really interesting to see