The British Council Library

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Age Group
6 to 15
Key Attractions
The kids' zone in the library, fully equipped with books and online resources, is for children between 6-14 years.
Visit Duration
1 to 2 Hours
Days & Timings
10:00 AM to 6:00 PM.
Closed on Sunday & National Holidays.
Tickets/Entry Fee
Young Learners’ Individual Membership (for young people aged between 6 and 15)
Not Allowed
Food & Water Facility
Yes- A cafeteria and an eating area are there in the premises. - Lot of other food joints and shopping arcades like Connaught Place in the vicinity.
Restroom Available
Differently-abled/Stroller friendly
- Wheelchairs are available at no charge.
- Lifts are available to all floors and there is a variety of seating throughout the venue.
- Ramps for wheelchair are available at the venue.

The British Council Library offers a wide array of books, journals, magazines and documents on British literature that is open to individual and corporate members. The range of collection varies from books on arts, culture, literature, history, the English language, fiction, non-fiction and social sciences and. Journals and periodicals are also available within the Library for reference purposes and borrowing too. The Library also has an electronic medium of viewing books, journals and newspapers including videos of seminars, conferences and plays. It is recommended to maintain a peaceful ambience while visiting the library.

Contact Person
R Vijay Shankar - Library Head
Contact No.
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Visit Us
British Council Division, British High Commission, 17 Kasturba Gandhi Marg, Connaught Place, New Delhi DL IN - 110001   Connaught Place   Nearest Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk/ Barakhamba Road Station (Blue Line)
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  • Paradise is in the heart of Delhi
    Apr 30,2014
    Paradise is my own euphemism for the British Council Library on KG Marg, in CP, Delhi. I remember being a member of this library since the early eighties when it was on Rafi Marg. Ah! yes, those were the days... I just had to walk up a flight of stairs and there I was right in the midst of a million... 
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