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Kitsiri Malalogoda Collection

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EXCITING NEW COLLECTION

In 2017 Professor Kitsiri Malalgoda from The University of Auckland offered a research collection of Sinhalese books relating to Buddhism and Sri Lankan history to the Library. This has now been catalogued, and has been shelved according to LC classification and not as one “collection”. A full list of items is, available from this link, and books from the collection will appear in relevant search results. Article in Catapult LIANZA (Issue 111, Aug 2022) 

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