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Saturday, April 12, 2014

AREA STUDIES RESOURCE CENTERS IN DELHI YOU'VE NEVER VISITED



The eye-catching rotunda at Jamia Hamdard Library











TWENTY LIBRARIES IN DELHI YOU'VE NEVER VISITED
DANIEL MAJCHROWICZ, Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, Harvard University. Published on October 11, 2013

Extract [info courtesy: http://sagarjournal.org/twentylibraries]
  1. MARWARI LIBRARY
  2. SHAH VALIULLAH LIBRARY
  3. FATEHPURI LIBRARY
  4. MAHMUDDIYAH LIBRARY, JAMI’AT ULAMA-I HIND
  5. MAULANA ABUL KALAM AZAD LIBRARY, AZAD BHAVAN
  6. DAYAL SINGH LIBRARY
  7. THE GHALIB INSTITUTE
  8. THE HARDAYAL LIBRARY
  9. JAMIA HAMDARD LIBRARY
  10. ZAKIR HUSAIN COLLEGE LIBRARY
  11. SAHITYA ACADEMY
  12.  DELHI UNIVERSITY CENTRAL LIBRARY
  13. DR. ZAKIR HUSAIN MEMORIAL LIBRARY, JAMI’A MILLIA ISLAMIA
  14.  SUBHAN BOOK SELLER
  15. IRANIAN CULTURE HOUSE LIBRARY AND NUR MICROFILM CENTER
  16. INDIA INTERNATIONAL CENTER
  17. URDU ACADEMY
  18. INDIA ISLAMIC CULTURAL CENTRE LIBRARY
  19. DELHI PUBLIC LIBRARY - OLD DELHI BRANCH
  20. INDIRA GANDHI NATIONAL CENTRE FOR THE ARTS

On the same shelf:
  • Is Hardayal library passing into history?
  • Libraries in India - National Developmental Perspectives: A saga of Fifty years since independence, by Mohamed Taher Amazon    
  • Islamic Studies in India : A survey of the human, institutional and documentary sources by Mohamed Taher Amazon.com    More books written / edited by: Dr. Mohamed Taher 
  • Dismal Delhi libraries force readers prefer books to multimedia and other modes of recreation: Survey India Today

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