# of Public libraries by Kothar & religious books provide?

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# of Public libraries by Kothar & religious books provide?

Unread postby badrijanab on Thu Jun 28, 2012 3:06 pm

To Respected Kothar or their representative,

For increasing the religious knowledge of common mumineen -

Please advise how many public libraries have you build in past fifty to hundred to one fifty years time? MOST IMPORTANTLY, Please provide the catlogue of books that you offer in those public library for common Dawoodi Bohra mumin and mumina?

NOTE: PUBLIC = ONLY & ONLY DAWOODI BOHRA SHIA

Please list in grid format: (1) City Name, (2) Mumin Popluation, (3) Library (yes/no), if yes then names of religious books (or catlogue number) and give its details in foot note.

Thanks
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Re: # of Public libraries by Kothar & religious books provid

Unread postby MurtazaVds on Thu Jun 28, 2012 3:15 pm

just go and visit Mahad al Zahra
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Re: # of Public libraries by Kothar & religious books provid

Unread postby badrijanab on Thu Jun 28, 2012 3:35 pm

Mr. Murtaza Video,

Mahduz Zahra is NOT library. It is the institute to teach/make hafiz of Quran. They have some publication like fictional stories for kids, "Sakina and the noble desire", CD's of Quran in Arabic only, Mithi Shitabi, etc. It do not have even the basic book: Daimul Islam??????????????

Mr. Murtaza Video, please present your answer in the below TABULAR GRID FORMAT:

(I) CITY / VILLAGE NAME______________(II) POPULATION_____________________(III) LIBRARY (yes / no), if yes catelog index number
1. Baroda
2. Bhopal
3. Burhanpur
4. Bombay
5. Calcutta
6. Chennai
7. Udaipur
8. Indore
etc
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Re: # of Public libraries by Kothar & religious books provid

Unread postby MurtazaVds on Thu Jun 28, 2012 3:47 pm

Oye hoshiyar just go and watch at Mahad al Zahra you can find it there
yes Mahad al Zahra is for the reciting Quran and for Hifzul Quran
and there you can find out all sort of publication of Jamea or by the Kothar
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Re: # of Public libraries by Kothar & religious books provid

Unread postby badrijanab on Thu Jun 28, 2012 3:59 pm

MurtazaVds wrote:Oye hoshiyar just go and watch at Mahad al Zahra you can find it there
yes Mahad al Zahra is for the reciting Quran and for Hifzul Quran
and there you can find out all sort of publication of Jamea or by the Kothar


http://www.jameapublications.com or http://www.mahadalquran.com/maq/index.php?orderby=product_cdate&DescOrderBy=DESC&Itemid=1&option=com_virtuemart&page=shop.browse&category_id=0&manufacturer_id=0
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Re: # of Public libraries by Kothar & religious books provid

Unread postby rethink on Thu Jun 28, 2012 5:20 pm

badrijanab wrote:To Respected Kothar or their representative,

Badri Janab saheb,
What is Kothar according to you?
Does kothar include the current Dai
Does it include current Mansoos?
Please clarify whom Kothar includes & excludes from the Royal family.
Also your definition of "KOTHAR"
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Re: # of Public libraries by Kothar & religious books provid

Unread postby aliabbas_aa on Thu Jun 28, 2012 10:36 pm

there is an Islamic library (Islamic library and study center) in fatehgunj vadodara started by Br Abbas Tinwala an x-bohra has a very rich collection of Islamic books as well as Ismaili literature like daimul Islam and many others in english language.
you can mail ilsc@sify.com to know which ismaili books availaible
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