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  • Manuscripts collection - ASB - E-Corpus
    Bombay The Mumbai India Mumbai INDIA Language English Material Lang 1 Multiple languages Date XIVe XXe century Scope content The Society s holdings include over 3 000 manuscripts in Sanskrit Arabic Persian Urdu and Prakrit from all over India and Nepal They are mostly on paper but some are on palm leaf They include technical literature on linguistics medicine astronomy Jaina and other brahmanical literature in Sanskrit an appendix on Buddhist manuscripts Jaina literature and manuscripts in Gujarati Hindi and Marathi Apart from the variety of topics covered some of the manuscripts are distinguished for their fine calligraphy and paintings The latest addition to the manuscript collection is the entire work of Pu La Deshpande donated by him Geognames Mumbai other Bombay Mumbai Subject 090a Manuscripts 411 02 arabic 411 12 bengali script 411 14 brahmi 411 161 singhalais script 411 22 devanagari script 411 29 gujarati script 411 30 gumurkhi script 411 38 kannada script 411 56 nagari nepalese script 411 60 urdu script 411 63 persian script 411 79 tamil script 411 80 telugu script 411 83 tibetan script 411 86 udiya script Tags Hide tags Add an information Il n y a aucun tag pour cette notice

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  • Maps collection - ASBmaps - E-Corpus
    content Library of the Society has collection of nearly 1400 maps some of which date back to 18th century such as Map of West Coast part of Ceylon published by A Dalrymple There are maps published by Marine Survey Department of the Government of India Geognames Mumbai other Bombay Mumbai Subject 911 Historical geography historical atlases 912 graphic representation of earth atlas maps and plans 915 Asian geography SPE 2

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  • Manuscripts collection of the SEERI - MSER - E-Corpus
    Kottayam St Ephrem Ecumenical Research Institute Kottayam India Kottayam 686 001 INDIA Language English Material Lang 1 Malayalam Material Lang 2 Syriac Physical description on paper syriac some in garshuni malayalam scripts Scope content 50 manuscripts mainly from the Malankara Catholic Bischop s House de Tiruvalla Syro Manankare church Bibliography Briquel Chatonnet F et Desreumeaux A Catalogue des manuscrits conservés au Seeri Kottayam in le Museon Revue d Etudes Orientales Tome 110 fascicule 3 4 Louvain 1997 pp 383 456 acqinfo versement et dons Other finding aids Van der Ploeg J P M The Syriac manuscripts of St Thomas Christans Bangalore Dharmaram Publications 1983 Perczel Istvan Syriac manuscripts in India the present state of the cataloguing process in The Harp vol XV Kottayam Seeri 2002 pp 289 297 Geognames Inde other Kérala other Kottayam Kérala other Subject 090a Manuscripts 220 2 christian texts 411 78 syriac script 491 1 malayalam 492 syriaque Tags Hide tags Add an information Il n y a aucun tag pour cette notice Date created 08 03 2009 09 29 35 Last update 02 22 2012 17 47 08 accessrestrict on request userestrict on request Number of notices in branch 1 Available files 9 number of

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  • Manuscripts collection - askmss - E-Corpus
    47 000 approx The first accession of importance was a gift from the Seringapatam Committee 3 February 1808 being a selection from the Palace Library of Tipoo Sultan The Collection contains many old and rare works Special mention may be made of an illuminated manuscript of the Quran and old text of Gulistan and manuscripts of Padshanamah bearing an autograph of Emperor Shahjahan Similarly Surveyor General Colonel Mackenzie s collection

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  • Printed and rare books division - askbooks - E-Corpus
    catalog Notice types Printed Book Organization Kolkata Asiatic Society of Bengale The Kolkata India Kolkata 700 016 INDIA Language English Material Lang 1 Multiple languages Date XVe XXIe c Scope content Printed books are there in almost all the major languages of the world There are about 1 49 000 volumes particularly rich in works on Indology and Asiatic Lore and in standard philological and scientific serials The printed books in this department range in date from the latter half of the fifteenth century A D and one of its special features consists in the many items of rare works otherwise unavailable or scarcely available including books printed in India in the late 18th and early 19th centuries The total numbers of Journals are about 80 000 Geognames Calcutta other Kolkata Subject 090a Manuscripts Dewey000 Generalities Dewey100 Philosophy psychology Dewey200 Religion Dewey300 Social sciences Dewey400 Language and Writing systems Dewey500 Natural sciences mathematics Dewey600 Technology Applied sciences Dewey700 The arts Dewey800 Literature rhetoric Dewey900 Geography history SPE 1 Indian Europe historical textile trade SPE 2 Cartography Tags Hide tags Add an information Il n y a aucun tag pour cette notice Date created 08 03 2009 09 29 34 Last

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  • TAPI Collection of textiles - tapitextiles - E-Corpus
    West the Portuguese then the Dutch and lastly the English all came to the Indian shores primarily to participate in the flourishing trade which at that time was the domain of the Arabs They had no interest in the textiles except as a commodity to be bartered The textiles found in India were seen only a means to an end In was only later that they came to be valued in their own right The Portuguese established a trading port at Satgaon in Bengal in 1536 It was at Satgaon north of modern Kolkota that the earliest Indian textiles to be produced specifically for a western market were made These are beautifully embroidered quilts in a style something humbler to the kantha embroidery which exists today Embroideries of this kind were known in Portugal when four embroidered bed spreads of Bengal are listed in an inventory of gifts given by the Portuguese king Henry to the Sultan of Morocco Barnes etc 2002 The Portuguese were expelled from Bengal by the Mughal forces in 1632 and the dominant role in Indian trade passed on to the Dutch and British The Dutch had already monopolized the spice trade so the English East India company began by buying India textiles to be re exported for profit to the Middle east and northern Africa Muslins were required in the Islamic countries for turbans and sashes Then one enterprising Englishman had the far sight to send some fine cottons painted textiles back home By 1613 records show that the pintadoes were selling in London As trade increased the company was actually sending designs to India to be copied by the Indian painters The coastal areas of southeast India were the key areas for painted and dyed cottons that dominated the Indian textile trade with Europe The European market pieces or Chintz had an unique and highly individual style which bore very little resemblance to anything made in India for local consumption If they appeared exotic to the English consumers they were equally odd to the Indian craftsman who painted them It speaks highly of the ingenuity of the Indian artist and craftsman to adapt to the demands of these various markets with complete ease and control The overwhelming success of the Indian cloths in Europe was for two main reasons colour and cotton The Europe of the 17th century was clad entirely in wool and linen and the appeal of cotton was unmistakable it was light comfortable washable and cheap The colours of the cloths were no less attractive Indian chintz in Europe was first used as bed hangings and later as wall hangings The taste for Indian chintz furnishings reached its height in the late 17th century The popularity for chintz as clothing had also become a rage that it affected the local textile weavers in Britain There was even an act of parliament passed to ban the import of Indian cloth which did not help very much No prohibition was applied in Holland

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  • Collection of historical objects and documents - fmfsg - E-Corpus
    of objects from the tenure of the East India Company in Chennai including letters from Robert Clive Extract from Natasha Garyali Walking down the Colonial lane The Fort Museum has ten galleries in the first gallery are seen the arms and armour of the East India Company The second gallery gives a glimpse of the East India Company s ceremonial uniforms The sixth and the seventh gallery consist of letters and documents handwritten by Lord Robert Clive and Lord Cornwallis The documents carry their seal and signature The eighth gallery located on the third floor is known as the Indo French gallery and tells the saga of the French establishment in India Geognames Madras Chennai other Chennai St George Fort other Subject 940 23 european indian companies 940 23 1 exportation and importation of textiles 940 23 2 european trade factories 941 942 history of England 941 942 1 English East India Company 941 942 2 english private trade 944 history of France 944 1 French East India Company 944 2 french private trade 954 history of India South Asia after 647 AD 954 1 indian trade factories European textile export to India Indian textile export to Europe Reguations and

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  • Archives of Goa - archgoa - E-Corpus
    p V T Gune A Guide to the Collections of Records from the Goa Archives Panaji Panaji 1973 77 p Historical Archives of Goa Directorate of Archives Archaeology and Museum Panaji Goa 1992 6 p J N da Fonseca An Historical and Archaeological Sketch of the City of Goa Bombay 1887 reed Delhi 2006 S H K Mhamai ed Fourth Centenary Volume of the Goa Archives 1595 1995 Directorate of Archives and Archaeology Government of Goa Panaji Goa 2001 Geognames France other Goa other Inde other Portugal other Portugal Subject 946 9 history of Portugal 946 9 1 Portuguese East India Company 946 9 2 portuguese private trade 950 general history of Asia Far East 954 history of India South Asia after 647 AD Dewey200 Religion Dewey300 Social sciences Dewey400 Language and Writing systems Dewey700 The arts Dewey800 Literature rhetoric Dewey900 Geography history European textile export to India Indian textile export to Europe Reguations and organization of the textile trade SPE 1 Indian Europe historical textile trade SPE 2 Cartography Tags Hide tags Add an information Il n y a aucun tag pour cette notice Date created 08 03 2009 09 29 34 Last update 08 04 2009 18 16 24 accessrestrict on request userestrict on request Location of this notice within collections Display Location of this notice within collections Hide Goa Historical Archives of Goa HAG Goa State Museum and Archives Goa India collection Archives of Goa Ref archgoa series Civil administrative institutions Ref CAI series Trade Ref com series Legal files of Panaji Ponda Mapusa and Margao Ref leg fil series Legal proceedings Ref leg proc series Navy and Army Ref Nav arm series Religious and teaching institutions Ref RTI series Tax institutions tax incomes Ref Tax Inst file Archives of administrative court of Panaji Ref AACP file

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