Here separate room is there with the table and chair, so reader can read books here between the library timings.
The Library of this Institute was set up by Munishri Punyavijayji Maharaj. Munishri gifted the institute 10000 rare books and 2000 Pothies for the Library collection. (The collection is rich and related with various subjects) The collection is mainly related with History, Religions, Philosophy, Social Science, Culture, Science, Technology, Astrology, Astronomy, Ayurveda, Art, Architecture, Language and Literature, etc. The Library has other unique Collection of Catalogues of various Bhandars. ( Patan, Limbadi Poona, Baroda, Cambey, Koba, Madras, Jaipur etc.)
Now a days Library has approximate 60,000 Books and 8000 bound volumes of Research Journals. The Library has rich and rare collection in various subjects. The major subjects of the collection are specialised in Read More
Here OPAC catalogue is available, user do not need to search for the book in each and every cupboards, whatever book needed that needs to search in OPAC catalogue and it will show books' availability and cupboard number too. so that will be easy to find the books.
4-5 separate computer desk's are there from which we can search the books of our library and also if you cannot find the book here, we are providing internet facility so reader can identify on the world wide network, from where that book can be identified.
Reader can become member by paying nominal fee.
After that reader can take books at home for specific time period.
Any reader want to research on anything, our librarians are helping to them for research and guide them how to proceed.
Library statistics @ glance
The Institution also has a rich library of printed books. At present it has more than 60,000 books, out of which many books are rare, i.e. printed more than 100 years back and not reprinted so far. The Institution also has a rich library of printed books. At present it has more than 60,000 books, out of which many books are rare, i.e. printed more than 100 years back and not reprinted so far.