DEDICATED TO PIONEERS INCLUDING:
S. R. Ranganathan, P. N. Kaula, R. N. Sharma, J. F. Harvey, D. J. Foskett, J. P. Danton, M. M. Jackson, etc.
This Blogosphere has a slant towards India [a.k.a Indica, Indo, South-Asian, Oriental, Bharat, Hindustan, Asian-Indian (not American Indian)].
Promoting Multiculturalism in Libraries: Best Practices, Series One
Auckland City Libraries: Diwali
October to November "The Festival of Lights" is a Hindu celebration of the return of a prince to his country after fourteen years of banishment. His people celebrated by lighting lamps everywhere. Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth and prosperity, is also worshipped during this time.
Some books about Diwali are:
By Howard Marsh
By Kerena Marchant
By Mike Hirst
The Divali Story
By Anita Ganeri
Join in Diwali Celebrations at the Library
The Ironwood Branch of Richmond Public Library (Ontario, Canada) will be celebrating the Indian festival of Diwali with music, stories, games, Indian treats, and prize draws
Festival of Lights (Diwali) Celebration Aldergrove Library and the Aldergrove Kinsmen Community Centre will celebrate the Festival of Lights (Diwali) on ... Fraser Valley Regional Library, Abbotsford, BC, Canada
Richmond Public Library - Press Releases The library is co-sponsoring this Diwali celebration with SUCCESS (Richmond office), and the program will take place in English and Punjabi. ...
Diwali celebration in the library. All students will have a. chance to learn more about this important celebration.
Maple Ridge Library features a Diwali celebration at 6 pm, with friends and storytellers from the library's Punjabi storytime.
Eid/Diwali craft activities in Ipswich County Library, Suffolk County Council, UK.
Diversity Resources - Accommodation, Tolerance and Coexistence
Multifaith Resource Series - Religious Diversity in Society
'Versed': The Bulletin of the Office for Diversity
Internet Librarian Day 1: Using Ethnographic Methods to Know Your Users
Multiculturalism in Libraries
The Changing Culture of Libraries: How We Know Ourselves Through Our Libraries
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