Niyogi Books

Niyogi Books is an independent publishing house based in New Delhi, India, that focuses on illustrated non-fiction books across art, architecture, travel, history, food, and culture.[1][2] It was founded in 2004 by Bikash De Niyogi, and started off publishing coffee table books, but soon after expanded its remit to include general trade non-fiction and, more recently, fiction books.[3][4] Niyogi also published the English translation of Mai, a novel by Booker-winner Geetanjali Shree, in 2017.[5] In 2019, it launched 'Bahuvachan', an imprint dedicated to Hindi-language titles.[6] The noted art historian B.N. Goswamy has extensively published with Niyogi.[7][8][9] In May 2022, Niyogi announced its entry into publishing children's books.[10]

Niyogi Books
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Founded2004; 19 years ago (2004)
FounderBikash De Niyogi
Headquarters locationD78, Okhla Industrial Area, Phase 1 New Delhi India
DistributionIndia & Worldwide
Key people
  • Bikash De Niyogi
  • Trisha De Niyogi
Publication typesBooks


  1. ^ "This book traces Indian Railways' history, and the ingenious architecture of the stations". Architectural Digest India. 30 October 2022.
  2. ^ "Book brings to light multiple facets of painter Jamini Roy". 29 July 2022.
  3. ^ "Niyogi Books launches 3 new imprints - Times of India". The Times of India.
  4. ^ Quadri, Shireen. "Readership has increased not dwindled: Bikash De Niyogi".
  5. ^ Bent Over Backwards excerpts from Mai - Outlook India.
  6. ^ "Niyogi Books launches Hindi imprint". Press Trust of India. 13 January 2019 – via Business Standard.
  7. ^ "Words & figures: Rewriting the rules of book deals".
  8. ^ Khanna, Shailaja (29 January 2022). "Book Review | A family of talented Pahari painters memorialised". The Asian Age.
  9. ^ "Goswamys explore 19th-century Pahari paintings in book". 12 May 2022.
  10. ^ Mehrotra, Reya (17 July 2022). "On write track: Independent publishers talk about the shift in the Indian publishing industry". Financial Express. Retrieved 4 December 2022.