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Indian Journal of Library and Information Science

Volume  5, Issue 3, October - December 2011, Pages 217-221


Review Article

Theological Libraries: Reminiscences of a Glorious Past
Anuradha V, A. K. Baradol
* Librarian, BITS Pilani K. K. Birla Goa Campus, Zuari Nagar, Goa, **A Professor and Chairman, DLIS, Mangalore University, Mangalore.
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This paper presents a brief overview of Theological libraries in Goa. The Theological libraries discussed here are the libraries that have a collection of documents related to any religion. There are many libraries in the State of Goa belonging to Christianity, Hinduism, Islamism and Sikhism. These libraries, unfortunately, are like isolated islands since the people at large are not aware about the potential these libraries hold. Some important Theological libraries are discussed, with emphasis on their collection.

Key Words: Theological Libraries, Collection Development, Seminary Libraries, Islamic Libraries.

Corresponding Author : Anuradha V