Library

 
 
The Center maintains a reference library and multimedia center and is open to all Monday to Friday.  The Center offers comfortable facilities and for students and the general public to use.  Our collection features over 8,000 selected volumes and multimedia items in several languages on major aspects of Indian civilization. The Center is also used for small meetings and seminars (up to twenty persons).
 
Please note that this is a reference library and materials cannot be checked out.
 
Press here to access the India Library catalog.
 
Special Collections
The Center is privileged to host two special collections of materials relating to South Asian Languages and Linguistics. These collections feature the personal research libraries of distinguished world authorities in this field, namely, Professor William Bright of University of California, Los Angales, and Professors Braj Kachru and Yamuna Kachru of the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.  These libraries together constitute one of the most extensive and selective holdings on South Asian Linguistics and  are an invaluable resource for research in this area. 
 
 
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SPOT LIGHT

Fall 2014

Diwali Festival of Lights
Weds., Nov. 5, 2014
6 to 10 PM

Charles B. Wang Center
Pooja ceremony, Light procession, Dinner at Jasmine & Entertainment

Tickets
Pre-sale:  $10.99
Day of event:  $11.99


Plans Underway for Summer 2015

Study Abroad in Bangalore


Poetry reading

2014 Pulitzer Prize winner

Vijay Seshadri 

Tues., Sept. 23, 2014, 4 PM

The Poetry Center, Humanities 2nd floor  


The Dr. Krishna Gujavarty Seminar in Values and Leadership

Dr. Dilip V. Jeste

Positive Leadership:

Resilience, Optimism, and Wisdom

Thurs., Oct. 9, 2014, 4 PM

Charles B. Wang Center

Lecture Hall 1


 

   Challenge Exam



Scholarships


 

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