Bansa Community Library & Resource Centre

The Bansa Community Library believes all people should have access to books.
We are a low-cost, people’s initiative.
We are committed to the work of building the movement for a publicly owned, free library system that is accessible to all.

Bansa Community Library is proud to be a part of the Free Libraries Network.


We aim to provide support resources required for learners of all ages to pursue an education of their choice.


We are glad to receive Hindi, Urdu and English books, fiction and non-fiction.
See our Amazon wishlist.


We invite you to intern with us, whatever skills you bring in, we would be happy to have you on board with us..

Rural Library Movement

Bansa Community Library is the second library in the ‘Rural Library Movement’– an initiative to set up and sustain community-run libraries in the villages of India.
The first library under this initiative was established in Cheruia village (District Balia), and the third – and the most recent one – was set up
in Kalyanpur village (District Hardoi).
These libraries operation is locally managed by the community members and remotely supported by volunteers and patrons.

Student Leadership Council

Bansa Community Library imbibes a feeling of empowerment, strength and awareness among the children and the adults through the books that have always been everyone’s friends.


Support and help us build a sustainable library program that expands access to books
and promotes thinking through reading.