The public library of Udaipur in Rajasthan and readings in India



By nature I am a very curious being, especially when my camera and me are discovering new countries, like this time India. Through this passion I come across places which not a regular tourist would even pay attention to. This one day strolling through Udaipur reading the sign of a public library, well being a  bookworm and a former professional book seller back in Germany, no  choice to see this place, so  I took up the steps to this interesting spot.


As soon as I introduced myself in my professions, the manager of the library took pride of taking my through the isles of  the library.  A really impressive collection of books from all over the world. He made me sign into his visitor book as a special visitor from Obama Land !?


Readers at the library, welling to smile for me



The library files


I have seen numerous book stalls like this all over the cities of Rajastathan


Even reading the daily news paper


Books in temples..



A poem of the most admired poet of India, Rabindrath Tagore



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One Response to The public library of Udaipur in Rajasthan and readings in India

  1. Your readers might like to know that BBC Radio 4 has an informative 46-minute discussion about Rabindranath Tagore on a podcast series called “In Our Time” with a podcast date of May 6, 2015.

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