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Collections The collection of the Museum consists of Indian Art. Salar Jung Museum is one of the national museums of India and it has an excellent library with a rare collection of 8, manuscripts and 60, printed books. Salar Jung III was a great connoisseur and a bibliophile, a passion which persisted with him till the last.
The present Salar Jung Museum and library are a living testimony of his life long interest and devotion. The manuscripts collection in the library, which possesses unique specimens, is one of the richest in the world in terms of its quality.
It contains many gems of calligraphic art and ornate embellishment; items with gorgeous decoration and an artistic blending of colours with a profuse use of gold, mineral colours that lavishly used lapis lazuli for blue, pearl for white, shangraf for red and Zabarjad for green. Calligraphers, artists and book binders all did their best in showing their respective arts and have thus paid their tributes to the written word.
Manuscripts Collection The collection of manuscripts includes various media like parchment, textile, palm leaf, paper, glass, wood, and stone, different languages such as Arabic, Persian, Urdu, a few of Turkish, Dakhni, Pushtu, Hindi, Sanskrit, Telugu and Oriya and addresses more than eighty four subjects. The collection also includes more than one thousand five hundreds calligraphic panels and albums of miniature paintings of different schools. The manuscripts are related to an array of Indian religions including Islam, Hinduism, Christianity, Zoroastrianism etc.
These manuscripts are in various shapes, sizes and forms. It may be noted that there are only two miniature manuscripts copies of the Holy Ouran in the world, and while one of these in the Iran, the other is in the Salar Jung Museum and its size is 2. The museum also has a large Ouran which measures 60x30 cms. Some calligraphic panels are incised on glass, and the museum has manuscripts with excellent nail work. D In astronomy, the earliest work in on the preparation and use of globe 16th cent.
In natural history the noted works are Hayatul Haiwan. In the field of Philosophy, an encyclopedic work in the library is Rasiallkhwanus Safa 16th century. Manuscripts on Islamic theology that deal with Adiyah Prayers of Shiites and Sunnites, jurisprudence and Sufism also form a part of the collection.
The earliest codex of lexicon is Sahah by Abu Nasr A. Jaiul Qawayed is a rare codex in the subject of Syntax A. D and on the subject of etymology a commentary on As Shafia written during the period of Nizam II in one of the prized possessions of library. The most outstanding of these is Rauzatul Muhibbin, which contains twenty illustrations belonging to the Bukhara tradition and' was transcribed by the famous calligrapher Mir Ali Harvi.
D, in Arabic Naskh. On Tasawwuf Sufism , the most valuable and useful treatise is attributed to Bayazid Bustami, who transcribed it in AD. There are manuscripts on the subjects of art, science, divination, astrology, magic and archery. There is one codex on agriculture and a number of codices on precious and semi-precious stones. On the art of calligraphy the Museum has a number of manuscripts, in cookery there are two manuscripts entitled Dastur-e-Pukhtan-el Atamaah written for Shahjahan.
There is a codex on the preparation of perfumes too. The Museum also has the oldest medical encyclopedia transcribed in India. In veterinary sciences, the codex Mualaja-e-Janwaran is the earliest available manuscripts on the treatment of animals and is dedicated to Firuz Shah A.
There are certain autographed titles in the collection. The library also has a biography of Guru Nanak Janam Sakhi. The collection also has translations of important literary works For example, "The Ocean of Stories" is an English translation of Katha Sarit Sagara The library has a huge collection of books on history of the entire world.
Around 13, are in Urdu, 2, in Arabic, 3, in Persian and in Turkish. Many books are available on the history of the Deccan. Literary works of the classical poets of Urdu are available in the library in this section. The Museum has also published a rare copy of the Holy Quran which consists of only 30 folios with each line beginning with the first alphabet of Arabic, the alif. Research on parchment is also being conducted by the Museum's Manuscripts section.
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