Indialogue Foundation is participating in New Delhi World Book Fair for past five years. It already became looked for stall by readers at Foreign Pavilion. This year Indialogue displayed more than 130 ranges of books in its colorful set up. Indialogue hopes to introduce Turkish writers work in India, a cultural exchange. The books are publication of its sister organizations Tughra Books and Blue Dome Press which are publishing houses in USA.
Human Resource Development Minister Smiriti Zubin Irani stopped over at Indialogue stall and was gifted a set of two books. A dozen of books introduced by Indialogue in India have found partnership and currently printed in India and sold well in marketplaces. And a half dozen of books are translated into Hindi and Urdu languages.
Blue Dome Press is established to publish scholarly and prestigious titles, primarily in the fields of interfaith dialogue, intercultural studies, art, and history. The mission of the Blue Dome is to promote and encourage works that contribute to common understanding and dialogue among different cultures, religions, and communities of the world. Blue Dome stands for the overarching sky, the protecting roof of our planet, the shelter of life that forsakes no individual, nation, or species. We picked the word “dome” instead of “sky” to show that we all live under the same roof, connected and destined to the same future. Considering that one of our publishing areas concern the studies of interfaith and intercultural dialogue, the use of “Blue Dome” shows our intention that we like to focus on connections between peoples and cultures, not separations.
Tughra Books (formerly The Light Publishing) is dedicated to producing high-quality publications that contribute to the proliferation of peace and common understanding throughout the world. Based in the US and with offices in Istanbul, Cairo, and Moscow, Tughra aims to introduce to the book industry publications with reliable information on this one of the major religions of the world. In doing so, Tughra Books hopes to make a contribution to peaceful co-existence in a globalized world through publications that foster common understanding and mutual respect.