Fiction, Sufi Poetry Or Academic Papers: Bookworms, Check Out These Libraries In Gurgaon
If you’re an old-school reader and prefer browsing paperbacks on bookshelves to scrolling through web pages, then these libraries in Gurgaon are worth checking out. From customisable memberships to home-delivery options, these libraries will open up a whole world of titles – not restricted by keywords or WiFi.
BookPal has both an online and offline presence, with a wide range of books to choose from and an easy membership procedure. You can go to their physical stores scattered across Delhi NCR or order online and have books home-delivered.
We recommend making the trip to BookPal, though, so you can skip the line, pick out a book for yourself, and start reading it on the way back home.
Where: B19, Omaxe City Centre, Sector 49, Sohna Road
Contact: 0124 405 1219
Housing the biggest collection, and the widest range, of books in Gurgaon, Sahitya Kendra is an old public library which stores everything from academic papers to Sufi poetry. The membership process is quite simple and, for a Gurgaon local, this place is the best to go to for a quiet reading session.
The Community Library Project
A volunteer-based project, the Community Library Project welcomes people of all ages to get a membership and borrow books from their eclectic collection of English, Hindi, Urdu and Bengali books. If you want to free up some space, they also welcome donations of books, especially for young adults so that they can continue to encourage young children to read and deeply think about literature.
Where: Near Sikandarpur Metro Station