By TOM GILLION, Associated Press harvard libraries have been a favorite destination for writers, film makers, photographers, and others interested in the arts, but now they are home to the largest collection of works by the country’s most celebrated writers and artists.
The National Library of India says the library holds more than 2.4 million volumes and more than 1.5 million paintings and drawings.
They are housed in the library’s main building, known as the Indian Library, which opened in 1919.
The library is a joint venture between the federal government and the British Crown, which owns the rest of the library.
The museum has more than 5 million artifacts, and the collection includes a collection of ancient Indian and Chinese art.
The new collection includes paintings, sculptures, ceramics, pottery, wood, glass, ceramicware and other items.
There are about 1.6 million works of Indian and Buddhist art, according to the National Library.
The Indian Library is located at a time when India is in the midst of a political crisis.
The government is embroiled in a power struggle with the opposition Congress Party and is struggling to balance its economic and social development with the need to protect the intellectual heritage of its people.
The new collection is an attempt to restore some order to a space that was once an eyesore for a society that was a beacon of civilization for centuries.
India’s new collection of Indian art, known in Hindi as the “Dharma Library,” was unveiled in the Indian capital of New Delhi on Oct. 21, 2021.
The first phase of the project, known by the acronym “Dhanal Library,” is expected to cost $400 million and take five years to complete.