Book nest set up for villagers in Kerala village: India

A post has been shared on Twitter regarding Book Village in the southern Indian state of Kerala, which has sparked a debate among netizens.

Consumers have liked it a lot and they are expressing different views in this regard. It is likely that you will have similar effects.

This post shared by Kerala Tourism Department on its official Twitter handle reads, Do you know of Kerala’s first Pasthaka (German) or Book Village which is called Promklum in the local language.

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Here are some of his pasta kodo or book nests. Book nests or book nests are a unique concept where in public book cases villagers are allowed to freely exchange or borrow books.

 The Kerala Tourism Department has also shared a video with him. The hashtag they have listed is based on World Literacy Day. 

Remember that September 8 is celebrated all over the world. He attributed the video in the caption to All India Radio.

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This video shows a man pulling a book out of a book.