||LIBRARY HERALD , India
||Volume :- , Issue :- , Month :- Please Select , Year :- 1958
||Print ISSN :- 0024-2292 , Online ISSN :- 0976-2469
|Nature of Journal
||Emeritus Prof. C C Karisddappa Former Prof. Dean & Head Dharwad University, Dharwad, Karnataka, Prof. JP Singh Joorel Director INFLIBNET Centre, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, Prof. Pravakar Rath Senior Prof
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