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12/3 GT Road,

Dear Joyee,

I hope you are in good health and high spirits. I am writing to you today with an important suggestion – one that I believe will greatly enhance your life and broaden your horizons. My dear friend, I urge you to visit the public library in our locality as frequently as possible. In this digital age, where information is just a click away, the significance of physical libraries might seem diminished. However, I wholeheartedly believe that a visit to the library can unlock a world of knowledge, imagination, and inspiration. Allow me to elaborate on the many reasons why I strongly advise you to make regular visits to our local public library.

The public library is a free resource for knowledge, learning and entertainment. It has so many benefits I think you would enjoy. You can read anything you want – fiction, non-fiction, classics, bestsellers – all for free. The library has a wide selection for all interests.
You can keep up with current affairs, explore your hobbies and learn new skills. You may find your next favourite hobby! I strongly recommend you make visiting it a regular habit. Let me know if you take my advice and find anything interesting at the library!

I hope you consider this and start making the most of that wonderful community resource.

Yours ever,

Joyee Joardar
C/O- Jogesh Joardar
PIN- 735122

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