The concept of Human Library is about to make its way to Delhi on June 18 which will allow readers to borrow real people and learn from their life experiences through 30 minutes conversation.
This concept allows you to ask any number of questions.
Anybody can be a book, as long as they have interesting experience and stories to share.
Delhi will be the fourth city to host the Human Library after Indore, Hyderabad and Mumbai.
The first Human Library event in India was held at Indore in 2016 at IIM Indore Campus.
The concept of Human Library developed by Ronni Abergal in Copenhagen, Denmark in the year 2000.
The Human Library movement has expanded to around 80 countries so far.
According to Neha Singh book depot manager of the Delhi chapter the first event will showcase from 11 categories ranging from a recovering drug abuser, Buddhism practitioner and tea-seller turned author to female solo traveller, cancer survivors, bullying victim and a history chronicler