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Connemara LibraryThis Library was named after a former Governor of Madras Lord Connemara. It has a collection of over 600000 Books. This Library has a Hall of periodicals,reference room,IAS study centre,books in Indian Languages and a Braille Library.
Connemara Library,Pantheon Road, Adjacent to the Madras Museum and art Gallery Egmore Chennai - 600 008
Tel:+(91)-(44) 28193751.
George Town
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Max Mueller Bhavan LibraryMax Mueller Bhavan is named after the famous indologist, Friedrich Max Mueller and is a branch of the Goethe Institute, Munich, Germany. The Library aims at providing information on all matters pertaining to germany other than trade and commerce.The Library has a collection of over 8000 books and 300 audio visiul media.
Max Mueller Bhavan, No. 13, Khader Nawaz Khan Road, Chennai - 600 006
Tel:+(91)-(44) 826 1314Fax:+(91)-(44) 828 2565
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American Information Resource CentreThis is a library which provide an extensive information about United States of America. AIRC is a part of United States embassy and cosulate in chennai.It is a library which can give you morethan an information and knowledge.
American Information Resource Centre, United States Consulate, Gemini Circle, Chennai - 600 006
Tel:+(91)-(44) 827 3040 / 3020 / 3070Fax+(91)-(44) 828 4002.
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Madras Craft Foundation LibraryThis Library is in a converted Residential flat have a total of 2500 books in its treasure. You will find here books on the subjects like Folklore, Anthropology, Vasthu Shasthra, Museum studies, Temple Architecture, Sculpting etc. It is open on weekdays from 10.00 A.M to 5.00 P.M and 10.00 A.M to 1.00 P.M on Saturdays.
Madras Craft Foundation,6, Urur Olcott Road, Besant Nagar, Chennai - 600 090
Tel:+(91)-(44) 4462435
Roja Muthiah Research LibraryThe Roja Muthiah Research Library was founded in 1994 which provide materials for research and facilities for students of Tamil studies in a variety of fields like humanities, social sciences, and sciences. The Library's main objectives are to preserve, catalog, and expand the collection of Roja Muthiah, who during his lifetime amassed one of the world's finest private libraries of Tamil publications.
Roja Muthiah Research Library,3rd Cross Road, CPT Campus, Taramani, Chennai - 600 113
Tel:+(91)-(44) 22542551 / 22542552Fax: +(91)-(44) 22542552
British Council LibraryThe British Council Library a world of information and knowledge which offer a combination of online and offline products designed to provide with a holistic and comprehensive information service for recreational, professional, or reference needs. British Council Library offers books on Ecnomics,Engineering ,Information Technology,Law,Management etc..
British Council Library,British Deputy High Commission 737 Anna Salai, Chennai - 600 002
Tel:+(91)-(44) 42050600Fax:(91)-(44) 42050688
KK Nagar
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The Study-KFI LibraryThis unique Library has books on Krishnamurti's life and teaching,Apart from these, there are books on Philosophy, Psychology, Literature and Arts, Languages - both Indian and foreign journals. Most of the books are meant for reference, while some tapes and books are lent. The other thing which apart this library from other's is that you can stay while you are learning.
The Study,Krishnamurti Foundation of India, Vasanta Vihar, # 64, Greenways Road, Chennai - 600 028
Tel:+(91)-(44) 493 7803 / 7596.
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Thyagaraya Nagar
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Anna Nagar
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