Lahore has its second hand book bazaars. Every Sunday, vendors would display the old books on The Mall near Anarkali and Neela Gumbund area. I would woke up early in the morning, would do a workout kind of nashhhhta (it would be blasphemous to use word breakfast in Lahore) and then stroll on The Mall for hours looking for books. I spotted a book, The Art of Advocacy by Tripathi, and bought it for Rs 200. The book turned out to be a gem.
Despite being published in 1960 and eating a lot of dust on foot paths and exchanging so many hands, it is still in pristine condition. The binding is tight and pages have not become victim to dog earring. I have read it half and found it really good.
The picture on the right shows stamp of the first owner.