Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Muhammad Hanif Siddiqui
Born: April 19, 1904 in Shikarpur.
B.A., D.J., College Karachi, L.L.B., Larkana.
Session Judge 1950, Secretary, Law Department Larkana, Secretary Legislative Assembly, Director Institute of Sindhology.
He established Sindh Academy which was renamed as Institute of Sindhology in 1964. His collection is rich on History, Archaeology and Biography.
Mumtaz Ali Mirza
Born November 29, 1940 in Hyderabad.
M.A. Sindhi Language.
Producer, Pakistan Television and Scholar, Director General of Culture and Tourism Department, Government of Sindh.
Wrote two sindhi books. One is collection of drama in sindhi.
He was a fan of Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai.
He had a good taste of music and was interested in loke Virsa, Local Music, Govt. of Pakistan awarded him Pride of Performance.
Catalogue of the personal collection of Mumtaz Ali Mirza has been compiled.
Dr. Nabi Bux Khan Baloch
Born: December 16, 1917 in Sanghar.
M.A. Arabic, LL.B., M.A. Education, Ph.D. Educaiton.
Dean, Education, Vice-chancellor University of Sindh, Chariman, Sindhi Language Authority.
MSS-710, Persian, Arabic, Urdu, Punjabi, Sindhi, Siraiki list prepared by Idrees Soomro.
Collection comprises books in all regional, national and international languages.
Rich in Manuscripts, Rare books and Periodicals published before partition.
Sheikh Muhammad Ibrahim Khalil
Born: December 24, 1900 in Karachi.
M.B.B.S. 1925 from Brand Graduate College.
Prof. Pharmacopeias. He represented Pakistan in WHO. He was a Sindhi and Urdu Poet.
Govt. Publication English
Urdu 23 Titles
Ibrahim Khalil was a medical Practitiioner, Psychologist but had a taste of poetry.
In Eleventh Sindhi Conference he was awarded title of Taj-ul-Shura.
His book Rahnuma-i-Shairi (Grammar of Poetry was publish third time as “Gulistan-e-Sukhan”.
He was President of Jamiyat-e-Shura of Sindh in 1946.
His collection is rich on periodicals, specially on Medicine, Psychiatry and Govt. publication before partition.
Zafar Hassan Syed
Born: August 14, 1937 in Hyderabad.
M.A. Geography from Sindh University.
He was a literary person, wrote stories, articles, worked as journalist.
First collection “Raheen-e-Qarz” published in 1981.
He issued a journal ARSI.
His collection is rich on periodicals and News Papers.
Books are mostly on Literature.
Born: 1878 in Shikarpur.
B.A., D.J. Sindh College in Karachi, 1919.
Head Master, Schools in Shikarpur, Kundiara, Principle College Shikarpur.
Member Royal Society of London.
There are 50 Manuscripts in the collection.
He wrote many books in Sindhi and English.
He edited “Sindhu” magazine.
His collection is rich in books published before 1900 and has books in Hindhi, Sanskrit languages also.
Books on comparative religions and literature are more than other subjects.
Born: 1887 in Braile, India.
He got Education in Agra & Braile and was attached to Wazir Hasan, Secretary Muslim League.
He was office Secretary Muslim League Office in 1914. Assistant Secretary Incharge of All India Muslim League Central Office.
He was handed over all Muslim League record by Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah. After his death record was transferred to National Archives of Paksitan.
Library remained with Khalid Shams-ul-Hasan, and Khalid added many books in it.
He published DAWN and Manshoor in 1941 and 1947.
not counted yet
It has a Manuscript “Dewan Fakir Muhammad Khan Goya”.
Kalam-e-Faiz, written by famous poet Faiz Ahmed Faiz.
Two albums with pictures and verses, original writings of Mulana Abul Kalam Azad and Sir Syed Ahmed Khan are there.
Letters of G.M. Syed to Jinnah.
This collection is very rich on literature, History and Freedom Movement of Pakistan.
Nabi Baksh Ghulam Muhammad Qazi
Born: 1923 Rohree.
B.A. Bombay University, 1944, M.A., 1946, M.A. Education, Ph.D., Germany, 1956.
He was Professor of Persian, Head of the Department, Sindh University, Prof. Persian, German, Director Institute of Languages, Registrar, Sindh University, Additional Secretary, Honorary Professor, Cambridge University, Chairman Sindhi Adabi Board.
Honoured J.C.M. Gold Medal for Persian, 1944. P.I.B. Gold Medal, 1946. Chancellors, Gold Medal, 1953.
This collection is rich on Islam, German Language and Literature.
Personal Archival Record consists of 64 files, Certificates, Degrees, Autodiaries, Letters, Address, Pictures, Invitation, Faxes and e-mails.
Oral Archival Records Lectures, Address, Series Lectures on Radio Pakistan.
22 Manuscripts of Persian are valuable and 75 letters also increase the value of collection.
Born: July-1926 in Madras.
A veteran scholar in freedom movement Quaid-e-Azam.
Founder Quaid-e-Azam Academy.
Founder Chairman, Journalism Department University of Karachi.
H.E.C. distinguished Professor.
Awarded the President of Pakistan on best book of Quaid-e-Azam
Awarded the President of Pakistan for his academic contribution over the past five decades and intellect expertise professor Mujahid AIZAZ-E-KAMAL FAZILAT in 2001 and Sitara-e-Imtiaz in 2006 by the Government of Pakistan.
2615 most important History on Tehreek-e-Pakistan (English & Urdu).
72 total rare books in English on All-India Muslim League.
45 rare books in urdu Freedom Movement on Pakistan.
1200 newspapers clippings most important as the Deccan Times, Comrade Weekly, The Morning News, The Dawn News, The Light, The Bombay chronicle weekly, The Star of India, The Observer Weekly, The Statesman etc.
24 Newspapers and articles they are most important on freedom movement on Pakistan.
Photos (A album of rare photograph of Tehrik-e-Pakistan).
His collection is rich on newspapers clipping, rare letters, newspapers articles and periodicals.
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