Mahant Sarveshwar Das Granthalaya The Mahant Sarveshwar Das Granthalaya, which is a library under the Culture & Archaeology, Department, has been given the status of the State Level Library. The library is being developed in the form of e-libraries. Apart from history, Archaeology, dance science, public administration,Hindi literature, journalism, tourism and computer etc. in this library there are books and gazetteers related to Hindi, English and Sanskrit literature. The facility of study room has been provided separately for students of students of competitive examinations in the library. The Library is being modernized by the National Library level. (Click for http://msdgranthalay.in)Library historyIn 1648, the necessity of a modernized museum was felt in Raipur town, located in the middle of the Chhattisgarh Department and the former State States.There was also the need to establish a library with a fully equipped museum in a scientific manner, which is useful for both scholars and students And where the accumulated knowledge of the ages got to be fiery;Because such institution has not only educational significance but it also contributes significantly to social and cultural development of the city and adjoining areas.The Queen of Nandgaon, Mrs. Jyotidevi, 50 thousand to build a library attached to the museum with the intention of keeping the memory of her late husband Mahant Sarveshwar Das intact. Rupee was donated and given. Mahant Sarveshwar Das Granthalaya has been established from this donation. The library has not been built in a separate building and it is presently located in the pelvis. Grant is received from the government every year for the operation of the museum. With the establishment of Mahant Sarveshwar Das Granthalaya, a major requirement has been met for the city of Raipur. This library has become very popular. It contains about 6000 books of Hindi, English, Sanskrit and other Indian languages. This collection is made by purchasing new books every year. Apart from this, almost forty-six newspapers and shares of Hindi, English, Marathi, Gujarati and Bangla languages are called. Twenty-five persons avail the benefit of daily newspapers. Doing research work and books in the library. There is a special arrangement for those who take advantage of more than 3,000 people per year.