Booklovers paradise is Pune city, which is the cultural hub of Maharashtra. The city is famous for its serene artistic vibe and rich intellectual culture. With more than 100 libraries in Pune, there is no shortage of books in the city. It is a beautiful blend of art and education. The city has some top-notch renowned educational institutions and a vast youth population. It’s a dream city for book lovers of any age. The city is home to both well-established authors and emerging writers. Take a look at some of the most popular libraries in Pune.
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Top three libraries in Pune
- Gyaan Adab: Located in the South Avenue of Kalyani Nagar. Gyaan Adab is a visual treat for book lovers. You can experience a plethora of books from Fictional, Literature, Poetic Books, Journals, to Magazines etc. You name it, and Gyaan Adab has it. The tagline of the library is ‘Celebrating Literature’. Book reading sessions are also conducted in Gyaan Adab. Overall the literary centres offer its reader, books in four different languages.
- The British Council Library: If you’re someone whose a voracious reader and loves to gain your knowledge about the art and culture of western countries alongside India. Then you should opt for membership in this library. It’s reportedly the favourite spot for college students, who can also enjoy computer facility in the library along with various other benefits by enrolling into the library membership. The library is popular all over India. The British Council library in Pune alone has a whopping 20,000 book collection. One can also find a humungous collection of audiobooks, DVD’S, Independent films etc.
- The Jagtap Model Library: This library is located in Aundh area of Pune. The ambience of the library is very soothing and relaxing. Thus, giving its readers a peaceful environment to read. A unique feature of this library is its unique combination of traditional touch with a modern twist. The library has a massive collection of more than 4,000 books. If you love reading books by Marathi authors on the history, art and culture of Maharashtra, then this is the place for you. Also, new books are added every month in the collection.
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