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A catalogue of the Arabic manuscripts in the Salar Jang collection.
Salar Jung Museum. Library.
by Andhra Pradesh, Published by order of the Committee in Hyderabad
Written in English
|Other titles||Fihrist al-mashrūḥ lil-makhṭūṭāt al-ʻArabīyah.|
|Statement||Compiled by M. Nizamuddin. With a foreword by Nawab Mehdi Nawaz Jung Bahadur, chairman, Salar Jang Estate Committee.|
|Series||Salar Jung Museum publications ;, new ser. no. 3, etc.|
|Contributions||Niẓāmuʼd-Dīn, Muḥammad., Ashraf, Muhammad, 1907-|
|LC Classifications||Z6621.S1996 A73 1957|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1-6 >|
|LC Control Number||74171095|
A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library. ISBN Grateful acknowledgement is made to the Unitarian Historical Society to reprint The Manuscripts of William Shepherd, by Francis Nicholson and Ernest Axon, previously published in the Transactions of the Unitarian Historical Society, v. 2, no. 4, T he Minasian Collection of Persian and Arabic manuscripts consists of works related to the studies of theologians and scholars in centers of learning in Iran from the 16th through the 19th centuries. The manuscripts, which include both bound collections and single works, chiefly date from the 14th to the 17th centuries, and shed light on the social, religious, and political history of Iran.
The acquisition history of the collection reaches from the 17th century to the present day and the manuscripts reflect the interests of both scholars and book collectors. The oldest manuscripts are Qur'an fragments written on parchment in Kufi script, dating from the 9th century and the most recent manuscript is a collection of Sufi texts Author: Irmeli Perho. A Catalogue of Islamic Manuscripts. Search this site. Home. Contents. Image samples. Introduction. Sitemap. Home. This is an old catalogue of Islamic manuscripts, but it still attracts attention of scientific population. It is easy to search and find data about an unknown collection of .
There are over 30 metres of manuscripts in total. The collection is not yet catalogued online. See Mohammed Hukk, 'A descriptive catalogue of the Arabic and Persian manuscripts in Edinburgh University Library' (Edinburgh, ) and R. B. Serjeant, 'A handlist of the Arabic, Persian and Hindustani MSS. of New College, Edinburgh' (London, ). Muhammad Ashraf, A Concise Descriptive Catalogue of the Persian Manuscripts in the Salar Jang Museum and Library VI, Hyderabad, Badri Ātābāy, Fehrest-e .
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Volume 2 has title: A catalogue of the Arabic manuscripts in the Salar Jung Museum & Library; v. A concise descriptive catalogue of the Arabic manuscripts in the Salar Jung Museum and Library.
Volumes compiled by Muhammad Ashraf. Forty more Arabic scientific manuscripts go live in Qatar Digital Library; A small collection of Arabic manuscripts containing a number of Druze theological texts have also been fully digitised and are available in Digitised Manuscripts (search for Druze).
You can find also images relating to Arabic material in the British Library Images Online. Explore the Arabic manuscripts All of the Arabic manuscripts are available under a Creative Commons Attribution license; they can be freely downloaded and reused in any situation, so long as attribution is given to Wellcome Library.
Browse the manuscripts in the catalogue. Browse Wellcome Arabic Manuscripts Online. Our Arabic manuscripts collection includes more t works in o volumes. Details are to be found in a number of catalogues Newly catalogued Arabic manuscripts are included in the Library’s Explore Archives and Manuscripts.
Salar Jung Museum is one of the national museums of India and it has an excellent library with a rare collection of 8, manuscripts printed books. 40, of these books were collected by Mir Yousuf Ali Khan, Salar Jung III, and his ancestors. Salar Jung III was a great connoisseur and a bibliophile, a passion which persisted with him till the last.
Although the number of Arabic manuscripts held by the academy’s library is relatively small ( volumes containing a total of works), it is the largest in Hungary. The earliest manuscript in the collection, on horsemanship and veterinary science. This South Asian Studies Research Guide is a library tool to assist scholars and students at NYU in finding useful resources (in print and online) on South Asia.
Catalogue of the Arabic Manuscripts in the Salar Jang Collection (Hyderabad) Catalogue of Urdu Manuscripts at the Salar Jang Library (Hyderabad, Urdu) South Asia LibrarianAuthor: Aruna Pulipaka Magier.
It is a collection of Ahadith based on the known books of the subject. The MS. is divided into some chapters and facit., the book was in the Arabic course of the Madrasas, so have many marginal notes. () خصائص نبی اکرم ﷺ. Khasais Nabi Akram (pbuh) Size: 22x13cm; ff; ll The acquisition history of the collection reaches from the 17th century to the present day and the manuscripts reflect the interests of both scholars and book collectors.
The oldest manuscripts are Qur’an fragments written on parchment in Kufi script, dating from the 9th century and the most recent manuscript is a collection of Sufi texts. Manuscripts, Arabic -- Catalogs, Manuscripts -- Great Britain Catalogs Publisher London Printed by order of the Secretary of State for India in Council Collection gerstein; toronto Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor Gerstein - University of Toronto Language English Volume 1Pages: For a complete record of the Bodleian's Arabic manuscripts there is a separate card catalogue in the Charles Wendell David Reading Room.
This is a summary catalogue, in transliteration, which includes all the manuscripts described in the two printed catalogues and, in addition, entries for all Arabic manuscripts acquired subsequent to the publication of Nicoll/Pusey's catalogue of By Irmeli Perho3 volumes book set of pp., richly illustrated, hardcover This latest set of 3 volumes, cataloging the Arabic material at the Royal Library, Copenhagen, describes manuscripts including the latest acquisitions.
47 manuscripts are here. tion of Manuscripts has divided the task of a union catalog prepara-tion between three institutions as far as Arabic script manuscripts are concerned. Thus the Salar Jang Museum Library will work on the col-lections in southern Indian states and Maharashtra, whereas the Raza Library in Rampur, U.P.
will concentrate on northern states, while the. Foundation. The Bodleian Library's Islamic manuscript collection is one of the most important in Europe.
By the Library already owned a substantial number of Arabic manuscripts, along with a smaller holdings in Persian and Turkish, and these foundation collections remain the cornerstone of the Bodleian’s resources for the study of Islamic culture and scholarship.
This is a comprehensive listing of the holdings of the Royal Library, Copenhagen, on a series of Arabic manuscripts. It is the second volume cataloguing the Islamic material of the Royal Library, Copenhagen, and describes 94 manuscripts and 3 lithographed prints acquired early last century.
A catalogue of the Arabic manuscripts in the Salar Jang collection by Hyderabad (India) (Book) in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Catalogue of Oriental Manuscripts, Persian, Arabic, and Hindustani [National Library of Wales] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
This is a pre historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process.
Catalogue of two collections of Persian and Arabic manuscripts preserved in the India office library by Great Britain India Office. Library; Ross, E. Denison (Edward Denison), Sir, ; Browne, Edward Granville, Pages: Excerpt from Catalogue of the Arabic and Persian Manuscripts in the Library of the Calcutta Madrasah The Musulmans of India need new ideals of scholarship, if the name of maulavi is to regain the respect it once enjoyed.
I look forward to the day when India will boast of Author: Kamalu 'D.-Dîn Ahmad. SAD/12/,5,  `Abd Allahi b. Muhammad, al-Khalifa. Seventeen documents consisting of letters received from commanders and shaykhs, and copies of letters despatched, together with lists and dated documents were all written in and [ and ], between the Khalifa's defeat at Omdurman on 2 September and his death at Umm Dibaykarat in 24.
1 Catalogue of Publications. West Pakistan Government WES 2 National Gallery Trafalgar Square Catalogue National Gallery NAT 3 Punjab Public Library Classified Catalogue, Vol.I Labhu Ram Librarian RAM 4 Classified Catalogue of Book in The Punjab Public Library.
Classified CLA.The other manuscripts in the Oriental Institute collection have been acquired over the years through purchase and gift from various sources. Most of the Druse literature and the manuscripts in pocket size seem to have formed, at one time, part of the manuscript .Collection consists of manuscripts written in Arabic on paper and vellum ranging from the 7th century to the late 19th century.
Items include versions of the Koran and the Bible with commentaries, religious treatises, prayers, and prayer books. Literary writings are poems, proverbs, sayings, traditions, and biographical accounts.