The Indian Book Depot (Map House) is a publishing house of impeccable reputation, build over eight decades of dedication and flawless service to our customers. We are one of the most recognized businesses in this domain today, not only in India but all over the world. We specialize in publishing of childrens books, cut and paste books, maps, charts, atlas and more. We also offer an extensive collection of books which are regularly updated.
Indian Book Depot (Map House) was established in Lahore (Pakistan) before independence, in 1936 by Late Shri Nawnit Rai Chawla. The business was shifted to Sadar Bazaar, Delhi post partition. Under the guidance of our founder, the organization grew and flourished pretty quickly and extensively. The reins of the business were handed over to Mr. Ram Kishan Chawla in 1962. The legacy of the founding-father was carried ahead proudly and successfully by the 2nd generation. A wide distribution network was setup in almost every part of the country during these years. Mr. Harish Chawla, the present owner and CEO took over the responsibilities of managing the business in 1985.
The Indian Book Depot (Map House) is a trusted resource of books and other associated items because we are highly professional in our approach towards our work and committed to delivering the best buying experience to our clients. We are sharply focused on providing quality service. It is the prime objective of our enterprise to ensure that clients get the best value for their money, every time they do business with us.
We are a customer-centric enterprise where everything is done to enhance customer experience. Our CEO, Harish Chawla, has steered the company to greater heights over the past few years with his unrivaled experience in the industry and innovative approach to business management. Despite the ever-growing competition, The Indian Book Depot (Map House) has managed to remain at the very top of the industry, solely on the strength of the support of our customers. Our enterprising CEO has been primarily responsible for establishing the impressive and extensive distribution network which now spreads across 28 states and 7 union territories in India.