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|Indian manuscripts in Dubai
Milli Gazette Online
Dubai: Jum’a Al-Majid Centre of Dubai, a cultural and heritage organisation, will feed and preserve approximately one hundred thousand rare manuscripts of India and about 15 million Urdu, Persian and Arabic documents into the computer. Most of these manuscripts and documents have been procured from South India which shed light on the culture and history of the country in different periods. This was stated by the head of studies and publication at the centre, Azizuddin ibn
For this purpose a 7-member team is working in India and will tour 45 towns and villages of South India. The Centre proposes to preserve in the computer as much ancient and rare documents and manuscripts of whole India as possible.
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