2 edition of Iranian manuscripts in the Library of the Indian Office. found in the catalog.
Iranian manuscripts in the Library of the Indian Office.
Dhalla, Maneckji Nusservanji
Written in English
[From the Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, April, 1912]
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Robinson, B. W., Persian paintings in the India Office Library, a descriptive catalogue, London, Sotheby Parke Bernet, ; Schmitz, Barbara, and Desai, Ziyaud-Din A. Mughal and Persian paintings and illustrated manuscripts in the Raza Library, Rampur, , Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, ISBN Catalogue of the Sanskrit manuscripts in the library of the India Office by Great Britain India Office. Library, , Printed by order of the Secretary of State for India in Council edition.
Commissioned by the Indian government to prepare a descriptive catalogue of the Arabic manuscripts of the Library of India Office in London, Loth produced this reference work. A total of 1, manuscripts are covered in the catalogue. Aloys Sprenger’s description of poetry manuscripts in Lucknow (Catalogue of the Library of the King of Oudh, Calcutta, ) set an example for the cataloguing of Persian materials in .
The British Library has exciting news for researchers of Persian manuscripts. The previously unpublished descriptions for a projected third volume of the Catalogue of the India Office Library's Persian manuscript collection have been digitised and made available on the British Library's Digitised Manuscripts website. The catalogue was already well under. A collection of Persian and Arabic manuscripts in the national library of Iran is described in Fehrest-e Ketāb-ḵāna-ye Maʿāref (ḵaṭṭī) by ʿA. Āl-e Ṣāḥeb-Jawāher .
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Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Catalogue of Persian manuscripts in the library of the India Office Item Preview remove-circle Catalogue of Persian manuscripts in the library of the India Office by Great Britain India Office.
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Addeddate Identifier Identifier-ark. Catalogue of Persian manuscripts in the library of the India office., Volume 1. India Office Library, Hermann Ethé. Printed for the India office by H. Hart, - Reference.
0 Reviews. Most of these Persian manuscripts and lithographic books were procured for the Library in the s by Kirkor Minassian (), a renowned dealer in fine Islamic and Near Eastern arts. The Minassian acquisitions included treasures from the entire Middle East with rare books and manuscripts in Arabic, Persian, Turkish and Armenian languages.
Catalogue of the Tibetan manuscripts from Tun-huang in the India Office Library, by the late Louis de la ValleéPoussin, with an appendix on the Chinese manuscripts by Kazuo Enoki by India Office Library.
First published in 1 edition. About this Collection. The Library of Congress is home to a noteworthy collection of rare Persian language manuscripts, lithographic books and early imprints, as well as printed books, housed in the African and Middle Eastern Division (AMED) and the Rare Book and Special Collections Division.
Most of these Persian manuscripts and lithographic books were procured for the Library in the s by Kirkor Minassian.
These were mostly acquired or purchased from diplomats, travellers, and government officials, two major collections being those of Claudius James Rich () and Richard Johnson ().
The India Office collection also includes the residual Mughal Imperial Library dating from Many of the Persian manuscripts are copies of rare texts. A Central Library at Baroda with a nucleus collection of 88, volumes including the Maharaja’s private collection of 20, books was established with a full time Curator.
The Maharaja also established an Oriental Institute and Library with 6, printed books and 1, manuscripts in Sanskrit, Gujarati and other languages. I raniB ook is the first and best Iranian Online bookshop, supply, and great source of Persian (Farsi) books.
It's archive contains all you need New, Old, Rare & Used (With no difference).Here is the best place for presenting rare, old, new and precious titles to buy them through the earth biggest Persian online bookstore. Our collections include material held by the British Museum prior to and acquisitions made since then, as well as the collections of the India Office Library which were transferred to the British Library in Our Persian printed books and Persian manuscripts originate from all over the Persian-speaking world, and especially from Iran, Afghanistan, Central Asia and the Indian Subcontinent.
Oriental Manuscripts The Ancient India and Iran Trust has a small collection of oriental manuscripts, most of which were collected by Sir Harold Bailey in the late s and 40s. India Office Library. Catalogue of Persian manuscripts in the library of the India office. Oxford: Printed for the India Office by H.
Hart, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Hermann Ethé; India Office Library. The Book of Shah Jahan One of the most important works in the Library’s Persian collections is this manuscript known as the Pādishāh‘nāmah, a lso referred to as the Shāhjahān‘nāmah, which contains the history of the reign of Shah Jahan (reigned –), the Mughal ruler of India.
To wish you a Nowruz Pirouz, the library has made rare Persian manuscripts, lithographs, and books dating back to the 13th century available online for the first time. Most of these Persian manuscripts and lithographic books were procured for the Library in the s by Kirkor Minassian (), a renowned dealer in fine Islamic and Near Eastern arts.
The Minassian acquisitions included treasures from the entire Middle East with rare books and manuscripts in Arabic, Persian, Turkish and Armenian languages. The Princeton Digital Library of Islamic Manuscripts offers a selection of some 9, Arabic, Persian, and Ottoman Turkish volumes in the Manuscripts Division, located in the Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, at the Firestone Memorial Library.
The manuscripts date from the early centuries of Islam through the 19th century. British Library's Oriental and India Office Collections. Search the OIOC holdings. Quick search: Press to or press to.
Advanced search: Author: Title. Books written in the Library:1 copy 4. Books in trust: copies 5. Documents, lease contracts and endowment deeds registered n the library leaves 6. Inlaid book-rack granted to the library: 2 book-racks During the years befor (H.S), the library of Astan Quds Razavi enjoyed a constitution.
The original text is mentioned below as. In this post I want to present some features of three bound manuscripts from the India Office Records: IOR/R/15/1/, IOR/R/15/ and IOR/15/1/ CC. It is the largest library in the world outside Iran by number of items catalogued.
The library is a major research library, holding around 30 thousands items. In addition to books the library also keep manuscripts, journals, newspapers, magazines, sound and music recordings, videos, play-scripts, patents, databases, maps, stamps, prints, drawings.
The librarian in charge of the British Library's Persian and Iranian Section, Ursula Sims-Williams, wrote the letter on June 3, to the Dastur Dr Dhalla library.The Government of India purchased the manuscripts of the Royal Library in for the sum of 14, rupees.
After some 1, volumes had been sold, the remainder was transferred to the India Office The department of the British Government to which the Government of India reported between and The successor to the Court of Directors.The first prototype of a national library in Iran was the Library of Dar al-Funun College, established in Inanother library called the "Nation's Library" was inaugurated in Tehran.
The present National Library of Iran incorporates many different collections from older libraries, including many rare and valuable manuscripts.