Where can you find information about Indian attractions?

Kala Nidhi Reference Library of Indira Gandhi National Center for the Arts (IGNCA), located in New Delhi, India, boasts an extensive collection of an assortment of resources focusing on the rich Indian art and cultural heritage. The collection comprises rare books, films, journals, music, photographs, sculptures, videos … Its Visual Library has scores of digital images of archaeological sites, life styles and paintings.

Both local and foreign citizens can refer the library for a nominal fee. One-week membership is complimentary. Monthly membership fee amounts to INR 100.00. Lifetime membership costs INR 5,000.00.

If recession is preventing you from exploring rich cultural heritage of India, browse through the digital images of the library. You need just an internet connection. It is free.


If you are planning to explore Indian cultural heritage, still browse through the digital library. It will help you in finalizing your itinerary. And, familiarize yourself with the culture.