Manuscripts Of Hindustani Academy Will Be Preserved Team Of Experts Leaves Varanasi To Prayagraj

News Desk, Amar Ujala, Varanasi Published by: Hari User Updated Tue, 17 Aug 2021 12:36 AM IST

Summary In two thousand manuscripts, about 22 thousand pages are related to various subjects of Sanskrit. The team will do photography and digitization of two thousand manuscripts of the academy.

Preparations have begun for the preservation of the manuscripts of the Hindustani Academy of Prayagraj. Indology Classics Input Society has been entrusted with this responsibility. On Monday, under the leadership of Dr. Santosh Dwivedi, the director of the organization, the team left for Prayagraj from Varanasi. The team will do photography and digitization of two thousand manuscripts of the academy. Dr. Santosh Dwivedi said that in two thousand manuscripts, about 22 thousand pages are related to various subjects of Sanskrit. Under the protection of these manuscripts, digitization, scripting, photography besides descriptive catalog will also be prepared. After the work of digitization is over, the work of transliteration of manuscripts will be done by Indology Society. This is likely to take time.

The team includes manuscript scholars Pt. Uday Shankar Dubey and Dr. Sanjeev Sharma among other experts. The technical team of the institution will continue to work for digitization by staying in Prayagraj. Told that after the completion of the work, its copy will be given to the academy free of cost. A copy will also be preserved with the institution, so that it can be used for research work. Earlier the organization has digitized thousands of manuscripts in Buldhana, Maharashtra.

Preparations have begun for the preservation of the manuscripts of the Hindustani Academy of Extension Prayagraj. Indology Classics Input Society has been entrusted with this responsibility. On Monday, the team under the leadership of Dr. Santosh Dwivedi, the director of the organization, left for Prayagraj from Varanasi. The team will do photography and digitization of two thousand manuscripts of the academy.

Dr. Santosh Dwivedi said that in two thousand manuscripts, about 22 thousand pages are related to various subjects of Sanskrit. Under the protection of these manuscripts, digitization, scripting, photography and descriptive catalog will also be prepared. After the work of digitization is over, the work of transliteration of manuscripts will be done by Indology Society. This is likely to take time.

The team includes manuscript scholars Pt. Uday Shankar Dubey and Dr. Sanjeev Sharma among other experts. The technical team of the institution will continue to work for digitization by staying in Prayagraj. Told that after the completion of the work, its copy will be given to the academy free of cost. A copy will also be preserved with the institution, so that it can be used for research work. Earlier the organization has digitized thousands of manuscripts in Buldhana, Maharashtra.

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