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How much money was spent on the copy of the Constitution, the amount will leave you speechless.

Sagar Patel

By Sagar Patel

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In the last 3 months, 5 thousand copies of this edition of the Constitution have been sold.

During the Lok Sabha elections, the India Block under the leadership of Rahul Gandhi used the copy of the Constitution as a symbol. After which the Constitution and its book became the subject of discussion in the country again. The special thing is that its copy was seen by the leaders of the India Bloc during the elections and later all the MPs of the bloc were seen while taking oath. the Parlament. There was a tremendous increase in their sales. The special thing is that this copy of the Constitution is a pocket version. The publisher who published this version claims that thousands of copies have been sold in just three months. Let us also tell you how much this copy costs and how much money people have spent on this copy in the last three months.

How did the popularity of this book increase?

The black and red leather-bound book that opposition leaders waved in front of Parliament during the inaugural session of the 18th Lok Sabha was the country’s Constitution. Which is the pocket edition of the coat. Which is becoming quite popular nowadays. This book was widely used by the opposition in the elections. This edition was seen in the hands of many great leaders of the country, starting from Rahul Gandhi. This is the reason why the copy of the Constitution became popular again among the youth of the country. All opposition leaders took the oath in Parliament with this copy in hand.

5 thousand copies sold in three months

According to a report in the Times of India, the book has become iconic and its popularity has increased to such an extent that 5,000 copies have been sold in the last three months. The name of the publisher of this Coat Pocket Edition is Eastern Book Company i.e. EBC. Whose sales have seen a continuous increase. The Coat Pocket edition of the Constitution was first printed by EBC in 2009. There have been 16 editions since then. According to a report in the Times of India, EBC editor Sumeet Malik claims that he has sold 5,000 copies of the book in the last three months, which is equivalent to the total number sold in 2023.

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Demand remains constant

Malik told TOI that there is a lot of demand for our pocket edition of the Indian Constitution. The way new stocks are coming in, they are sold out immediately. As per the Indian Express report, the Congress had also bought four boxes full of copies for the first session of the 18th Lok Sabha. Malik also said in the media report that he had also gifted a copy of the book to Union Home Minister Amit Shah. The preface of the book written by former Attorney General KK Venugopalan states that this book may be small in size but it is very big in human dimensions. It also says that even if one does not have a lawyer to understand the ideas of our Constitution, one should hire one.

How much does a copy cost?

The price of this copy published by EBC is said to be Rs 895. There are 624 pages in this edition. The special thing is that EBC also has the right to publish this copy. Giving information, the owner of EBC said that he has the intellectual right to publish this copy. If you would like to order this copy online, you can order it by visiting the EBC webstore. Where the price of this edition is 10 percent less than the offline price i.e. Rs 806. This price is for the latest edition.

How much did people spend?

EBC has claimed that 5,000,000 copies have been sold in the last 3 months. If we assume that people bought the book offline, then Rs 44.75 lakh was spent on this copy in three months. On the other hand, suppose if everyone bought this copy online, they spent Rs 44 lakh. Which is considered a great thing.

Sagar Patel

Sagar Patel

I am Sagar Patel, specializing in business news reporting. With a keen focus on economic trends, market analysis, and corporate developments,

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