|1.|| Connemara (State Central) Public Library, Egmore, Madras, 600008, India.|
This library houses a vast collection of Gandhian literature. Established in 1896. Designated as deposit library from 1964 for all Indian publications, as well as those of the United Nations and UNESCO. Good for Gandhian material, especially older editions and works in Indian languages.
|2.|| Gandhi Smarak Sangrahalaya, Ahmedabad. Harijan Ashram, Ahmedabad, Gujarat
This library contains many Gandhian books, letters, journals, newspaper clippings and a vast amount of material from Mahadev Desai, Gandhi's secretary. The library is situated on the grounds of Gandhi's Harijan Ashram, and is a veritable mine of Gandhiana. The card catalog lists all the items. Also has good source material for Gandhi's South African days.
|3.|| Gandhi Smriti Library. Gandhi Smriti, Bhavnagar, Gujarat State, India.|
Some very rare and first editions of books on and by Gandhi (in English and Gujarati) can be found here. Many of the books are in poor condition due to inadequate facilities and also because much of the material was printed on poor quality paper. The catalog lists all books.
|4.|| Gujarat Vidyapith Grandhalalaya. Catalogue Of Non-Book Materials - 1984. Ahmedabad: Gujarat Vidyapith Grandhalaya, 1984. [ 4],119,5.|
Catalog of the holdings of Gujarat Vidyapith Library of non-book materials such as microfilm reels, photographs and 16 & 24 mm film strips. The library has on microfilm reels: Harijan Bandhu (Gujarati), Harijian Sevak (Hindi), Indian Opinion, Navajivan (Gujarati), Young, India, and all of Gandhi's journals. Gives a detailed list of photographs of Gandhi and other 16 & 24 mm film strips. Helpful list for researchers and scholars looking for Gandhian material.
|5.|| Gujarat Vidyapith Granthalaya. Gandhi Bhavan, Ashram Road, Ahmedabad,
380014, Gujarat State, India.|
The Gujarat Vidyapith Granthalaya, an institution for Gandhian studies, was established in 1920. In 1977, a Gandhi Studies Hall was added to house Gandhian literature in all languages. The Studies Hall now boasts more than