Library & Archives

Libraries And Archives are engaged in the tangible activities of identifying, acquiring, preserving, and providing access to published information.

Museums &

Bhujang Ramrao Bobade

          The benefit of historic preservation come in many forms. The prime benefit of historical restoration is always education. It also includes both public and private benefits. Historic preservation safeguards a community’s heritage, making it available to future generations for civic enjoyment and educational activities. in addition, the conservation and maintenance of historic resources and seenic areas fosters civic beauty and bolsters community pride.

         But for Preservation and Fumigation Museums and individual collector thoughts that it is a very hard and costly process but now a days it is very easy and not so costly. The simple methods for different archaeological and aarchival artifacts here in this book we have mention about all simple and cheap methods. So, any one use it for to preserve Historical objects.

Manuscriptology &

Bhujang Ramrao Bobade

          This is a new book in this field which gives all details of Manuscriptology which is a important subject now a days for researchers. People thought that Manuscriptology is only for History and allied subjects but the real fact is that Manuscript is a basic and important documents for all subjects such as Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani, Yogshstra etc. Indian Manuscript tradition shows a wonderful continuity and its vastness surpasses that of any other country. Mss. were an object of high esteem. The offering of a manuscript was accepted as the best of gifts. The epics, Puranas and other sacred texts eulogies such gifts. Now in all over the world this is a important subject of study, which actually in India also before some decades but now in India there are now no researchers or writers available for writing on this topic. It will become more useful for new researchers who are interested in this field. 

Museum & Archives
Digital Networking

Bhujang Ramrao Bobade

          Indian is a treasure of Historical sources – some in Museums and some are scattered. But any researcher cannot get easily the data or sources which he need. In Our Everyday Lives, some terms and acronyms have become part of our common language. An historical time line shows thier appearance and some of the key events and discoveries leading up to today’s digital networks. This Book is a user friendly platform for Preservation the historical documents, accessing the digital assets; there is little use in digitizing material if people cannot locate what they need or access the assets to the full advantage and also Ensure all digital assets are labeled and stored in an efficient way, as you would with a physical archive collection. Everyone must add as much catalogue or contextual information as possible alongside the digital asset; this increasses visitor engagement. Finally. do lnlo neglect the archival storage of the original object in favor of the digital copy’ This Book continues today with members around the world sharing expertise in emerging technologies and their application in museum settings with prerseravation and sharing of most valuable information sources. This will be become a guideline for these all Museums and personal collectors.

Museums Archaeology &

– Bhujang R. Bobade

– Dr. Omshiva Ligade

           Preparation of materials designed for teaching / learning at different levels and suited to specific needs in one of the major areas of interest of the Institute. Basic research relating to the acquisition of archaeology and study of culture in its manifold psychosocial relations constitute another broad ranger of its interest. The publications include materials, produced by the members of the staff, Research Scholars and Directors. The Institute is proud of its association with scholars in their intellectual exploration of uncharted field of knowledge. if this monography fills a gap in the existing books seen and is found useful the efforts of this Institute would have been amply rewarded. From popular literature to folklore the discipline has made tremendous strides. It is an Irony that as folk materials are permitted to die out folklore studies and institutions multiply. Even in the study of folklore Indian data is tested against western models and institution insights based on indigenous experience are not developed. Beginning from folklore and folk life and introduction through growth of folklore theories, folklore and field work, the problem of meaning in folklore and growth of Indian folklore studies, this handbook tries to combine both theoretical and methodological perspectives. I hope that the book would be valuable to all researchers in the field.

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