Bengaluru to soon get ‘Hanging Library’ inspired by the Banyan Tree

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30-01-2024

    The B.R Ambedkar library will be further enhanced

    More than Rs 1 crore will be spent for this purpose

    10 acres in the 1210 acre campus will be dedicated for this library

A library resembling a swing will soon be unveiled by the Bengaluru University. This would be constructed with the Jnana Bharathi Campus. The B.R Ambedkar library which is already present will be further enhanced. More than Rs 1 crore will be spent for this purpose. 10 acres in the 1210 acre campus will be dedicated for this library. 

The design has been inspired by the Banyan tree. The prop roots of the Banyan tree will function as the swings. Digitalisation of the library will also take place. The idea is to create an environment conducive for studying around the Banyan  tree. The Miyawaki method popularised in Japan will be used for this project. This will also add to the greenery of the campus. A hanging library wherein the prop roots will be tied together to function as swings is how the modified library is envisioned to look like. The place has been designed to provide relaxation for the students in an outdoor setting amidst intense studies in the library. 

Bengaluru to soon get ‘Hanging Library’ inspired by the Banyan Tree

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    The B.R Ambedkar library will be further enhanced

    More than Rs 1 crore will be spent for this purpose

    10 acres in the 1210 acre campus will be dedicated for this library

A library resembling a swing will soon be unveiled by the Bengaluru University. This would be constructed with the Jnana Bharathi Campus. The B.R Ambedkar library which is already present will be further enhanced. More than Rs 1 crore will be spent for this purpose. 10 acres in the 1210 acre campus will be dedicated for this library. 

The design has been inspired by the Banyan tree. The prop roots of the Banyan tree will function as the swings. Digitalisation of the library will also take place. The idea is to create an environment conducive for studying around the Banyan  tree. The Miyawaki method popularised in Japan will be used for this project. This will also add to the greenery of the campus. A hanging library wherein the prop roots will be tied together to function as swings is how the modified library is envisioned to look like. The place has been designed to provide relaxation for the students in an outdoor setting amidst intense studies in the library. 

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