Digital Library of India (DLI) is a digital collection of freely accessible rare books collected from various libraries in India. DLI started in early 2000 with the vision to archive all the significant literary, artistic and scientific works of mankind and to preserve digitally and make them available freely for every one over Internet for education, study, appreciation and for future generations. As a first step in realizing this vision, it is proposed to create the Digital Library with a free-to-read, searchable collection of one million books, predominantly in Indian languages.
Digital Library of India has currently 550,619 books available with 191,677,823 pages (191.657 Million). There are 200,542 books comprising of 56,458,745 pages of Indian languages available on DLI website. It is important to know users access behavior and their feedback that can help us to improve the effectiveness of these online systems and identify areas for improvement, ranging from user interface, functionality, and usage of resources itself. The DLI website is accessed worldwide and gets valuable feedbacks from users. The Indian Institute of Science has also been responding to several queries that arise from the users periodically. We need your feedback to improve the service and website look and feel. We will appriciate you if you can send your feedback to us at [link]([email protected])