Collection of new Hindi books to be released at Swami Vivekananda Library

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Collection of new Hindi books to be released at Swami Vivekananda Library

Saturday, 19 January 2019 | Staff Reporter | Bhopal

A collection of new Hindi books will be released in Swami Vivekananda Library on Sunday. There will be a collection of 50 books on Mega Hindi Collection Library.

Library Manager Yatish Bhatele said that this collection includes Hindi translation books by, Paulo Coelho and Arundhati Roy and other authors have been included.

Some of the books include God of the ordinary things by Arundhati Roy, Adulti by Paulo Coehlo, It is the night of the world, by Pankaj Raga, Zindagi by Krishna Sobati, Saying truth, Sun ocean of Sun Valley by Shrilal Shukla, Chirag by Mirza Ghalib, Pattariaa by Bhishma Sahni, Popular stories of by Kamleshwar, Sarfaroshi Ki Tamannaa by Kuldeep Nair, Paki Nagme by Gulzar, Mere Baad by Rahat Indori, Katha Chanakya by Radhakrishnan Pillai and more.

Yatish Bhatele said that most of the books in this collection are translated books in Hindi. The library launches 4 to 5 collections every month in the library, he added. Yatish Bhatale said that most of the books in this collection include Hindi literature, biography, fiction and non-fiction.

Collections such as Movie DVD Collections, English Books Collections, New Magazine Collection, New Hindi Books Collections, Children Books Collection are included in the Library from time to time.

In the same way, the library takes suggestions from members for books, DVDs, magazines that have to be included in next collection.

Yatish Bhatele said that every month Hindi books are being added to the collection library.

He also said that every Sunday anew collection is launched.

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