The agreement was inked during the New Delhi World Book Fair, which was mounted from February 4 to 10, Press TV reported.
A number of Iranian publishers participated in the fair and introduced different books in various genres.
Iran's Cultural Fairs Institute offered over 600 books and software in the field of Iranology, children and young adults, and religion during the fair.
The 2013 New Delhi World Book Fair dedicated its Particular Mention to
Iran's Cultural Fairs Institute during a meeting held on the sidelines of the event.
India, as the world's third largest producer of books in English language, is planning to bring book export into its international trade priorities.