An experiential thing

We pride ourselves on the high quality of our services to JustBooks members. And when this is acknowledged – like in this blog post by Mr. Haja Sheriff, Frazer Town Library member – we are elated.

In general, the experience at Just Books was very good.

Just so we don’t get complacent, we are constantly raising the bar on our services; in fact, our members compel us to do so.  Like our ever growing member enrollments, our library network is now 10 branches and growing in strength.

There is no shortage of book lovers in Bangalore; neither is the reading habit anywhere close to dying, as detractors claim. Its our view that it had only been suppressed – like a seed planted in the earth which needed only a little moisture to rise forth.

As we expand & multiply, our mission remains the same – to get every reader a book and every book, a reader. We are confident that book lovers like Mr. Haja Sheriff will agree.

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3 thoughts on “An experiential thing

  1. I agree 🙂 totally.
    And I continue to be amazed at the level of innovation you bring to the library.. with automated checkout & returns. Now- that makes it world class… Keep it going.

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  2. The all new library with an impressive mission of finding a reader for every book and a book for every reader is probably long overdue for Bangalore East! With a good choice of books from both fiction & non fiction category, I’m sure Just Books on M.M. Road, will prove to be the “Rendezvous” sought after by both the young and the old alike!

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  3. The all new library with an impressive mission of finding a reader for every book and a book for every reader is probably long overdue for Bangalore East! With a reader-friendly ambiance, good choice of books from both fiction & non fiction category, pleasant staff and the convience of e-cards, I’m sure Just Books on M.M. Road, will prove to be the “Rendezvous” sought after by both the young and the old alike. My best wishes for the charming-entrepreneur couple Chitra & Ravi!

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