Who doesn’t like to buy books at book fairs or even in a bookstore? But, due to the outbreak of the pandemic, our usual way of life has been disrupted. Although Amar Ekushey Book Fair 2021 was started and continues during lockdown too, but not safe to get there to buy books. If you are a book lover, no one can stop you from buying books in other ways. Buying books online is the only alternative way to avoid buying from a book fair or bookstore. Therefore, we have listed the bis the online book selling sites in Bangladesh in 2021.
Best Ecommerce Book Sites in Bangladesh
Rokomari is the pioneer of online book sales in Bangladesh. Founded in 2012, Rokomari has grown into one of the leading online bookstores. They have the largest collection of books from home and abroad.
You can buy books with just a few clicks from your computer or from your phone. They have mobile apps for Android and iOS.
The ordering process is very easy. You can simply select your book, provide your shipping address, and then select the payment methods. Rokomari offers cash on delivery as well as online payment. Once you have confirmed your order, they will send the books to your door in a few days with a delivery charge of Tk. 30 or even the next day if you choose express delivery for 100 taka.
You can also return the books you bought within three days if you don’t like them. Rokomari offers a wide category of books such as fiction to non-fiction, religion to history, children to adults, local to international, etc. Some books are also available in ebook format. However, you can also send books as gifts to your friends, family or loved ones.
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Although Daraz is a popular e-commerce site for everyday lifestyle products, it has a remarkable collection of books. Currently, Daraz has over 60,000 books from local and online publishers. It offers books on history, literature, fiction, non-fiction, religion, science, etc.
However, Daraz sells 100% authentic books. Therefore, you might not find the pirated books. The ordering process requires you to select the books first, then they will ask you for the address you intend to send, and they confirm the order. You will receive your books within 3 to 10 days with the 7 day return policy.
The payment method is online via digital wallets or credit / debit cards, and cash on delivery is also available.
BoiBazar has a large inventory of books online. They claimed to have millions of new books as well as old, out of print books. Usually, BoiBazar offers books from thousands of booksellers across the country.
Besides offering books of different categories, they also offer academic books as well as stationery products.
The best thing about BoiBazar is that they can even provide you with 15th century books. However, it is not certain that you will get these old books, but they are trying to find them for you. You can order online 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Like other online bookstores, BoiBazar also offers the same delivery process with the option of online payment and COD.
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BookShopBD is a great choice for academic books. You can get any type of academic books from Bangla medial or A level, from textbooks to questions, from engineering to medicine.
Anyone can order the book from anywhere in Bangladesh for just 50 taka. Besides academic books, it offers novels, literature and other books. They offer one day delivery within cities. The payment method includes bKash and cash on delivery. However, they do not offer credit or debit card payments.
BoiBoiBoi is an online university bookstore for English speaking students of the Cambridge and Edexcel program. In addition, you can also buy story books from their over 25,000 book collections.
Nevertheless, BoiBoiBoi offers stationery only for buyers in Chittagong. The best thing about BoiBoiBoi.com is that they offer free shipping to Dhaka, Chittagong, Rajshahi and Sylhet cities for orders over 1000 tk. They claim to offer the books at the lowest price.
You can order the book through their website as well as a Facebook page. Cash on delivery and prepayment are available.
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Wafilife only offers Islamic books online. You can purchase the Holy Quaran, books on hadith, Muslim history, and other related Islamic articles for children and adults. In addition, Wafilife Islamic books also sell toys for children.
They also run promotions every now and then, for example. Currently, Wafilife offers free premium bookmarks for Tk orders. 499+.
The ordering process is straightforward like other online bookstores in Bangladesh. You can choose to have home delivery or pick up at their physical store. Once your order is complete, Wafilife will call you for further confirmation and process the order. Currently, they only offer bKash and cash on delivery.
Eboighar is another online hub for academic books, especially for Medicine, BCS, and IELTS / Toefl.
Besides, they also sell Islamic books, medical tools and stationery. However, they also sell a limited number of novels and novels.
Eboighar ships ordered books in 1-3 business days for only 60 BDT in Dhaka city. They also deliver all over Bangladesh within 2-5 business days for 100 taka. The payment process is cash on delivery and bKash.
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BookHouseBD started operations with the aim of supplying a wide range of books from Bangladesh and abroad. It offers children’s books, law, competition, academic, medical and other books.
With the shipping cost of 50 taka, you can order any type of book at a reduced price. BookHouseBD does not currently offer cash on delivery. Instead, you can pay online through bKash, Rocket, Visa, and MasterCard.
Bangladesh is becoming digital every day. As a result, people are getting used to online shopping more and buying books online is not indifferent. If you want to buy books online without hassle, you can choose one of the websites mentioned above.
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