Book Kulture: Exploring Bookish Corners #1

Hello, Bookworms! I am starting a new series called Exploring Bookish Corners! I will be visiting libraries, local bookstores, and unique bookish places. I will share some information and my experience of those places. Once or twice a month you will see these posts on my blog as I have to hunt for these places.

My main reason for starting this series is that, as the technologies have advanced and we have varieties of mediums in which we can read and shop. Very few people visit libraries these days and a part of the population is also not aware of those local bookshops! Including some bookish-themed places, that are always so beautiful and aesthetic, you all will explore these places with me!

PS: This is not sponsored or not for any promotional purposes.

About The Book Kulture.

Book Kulture is not a reading library, but a library where you can issue books. They have a variety of children’s books and some adult fiction books. In the starting, they take 600 rupees which is refunded in the end and the monthly fee is 500 rupees where you can issue three books at a time. They have an entire collection of Geronimo Stilton, Dork Diaries, Tom Gates, Enid Blyton, Classics, and many more!

My Experience.

This was actually my second time visiting this place. They have been there for five years and three years back when I visited this place, it was an entirely different experience then vs now. They have renovated the place and it looks so beautiful and aesthetic now. Here are some pictures I clicked.

When I went to Book Kulture, I noticed that the collection had entirely changed. Three years ago, when I visited they had adult and young adult novels only. They had a very minimal collection of children’s books. But it is the complete opposite now. I asked about this to the owner and he said that teenagers and adults didn’t visit, children used to visit a lot so they shifted their collection entirely to children.

I didn’t take their subscription but explored their children’s collection. It felt nostalgic to see some old books that I used to read as a child. Overall a beautiful place with a great collection!

Let me know in the comments if you would like to see these kinds of posts on my blog!
Happy Reading!
Rabhya.

5 thoughts on “Book Kulture: Exploring Bookish Corners #1

  1. AHHH I LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS IDEA!!! It’s so so innovative!! AND OH MY GOSH THOSE PHOTOS ARE SO PRETTY!!! I love all the books hanging from the ceiling, it gives out such a magical effect💖💖
    Cannot wait to read more posts from this series!!💖💖💖

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  2. AHHHH ALL OF THE PHOTOS LOOK GORGEOUS AND I AM INSANELY EXCITED FOR MORE POSTS FROM THE SERIES!!!!!!! I AM COMPLETELY IN LOVE WITH THE IDEA NJKDWQDHDWGHVDH!! as someone who only ever visits the school library/public library/small bookstores I WOULD LOVE TO SEE ALL THE PICTURES AND GUSH OVER THEM!! SO. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THIS AND AM INCREDIBLY EXCITED FOR MORE OF THE POSTS!! OH AND DID I MENTION I LOVE THIS??

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