The Cohesion Between Libraries and Historical Research; A Case of Libraries Muslim’s Historiography in Sub-continent (A Historical Analysis)

Authors

  • Dr. Sohail Akhtar Sakhani Department of History, Ghazi University D.G. Khan.
  • Dr. Rashida Qazi Department of Urdu, Ghazi University D.G. Khan.
  • Dr. Mamuna Subhani Department of Urdu, GCUF

Keywords:

Libraries, history, historiography, qualitative, Research, Muslims, Ind-o-Pakistan.

Abstract

In the discipline of intelligentsia literature on various topic of research has been considered significant through ages while the best option to preserve the literature as a place of the documentary material i.e. books or other documents for research is library. In recent times, libraries have found a very high place in the field of historical research. This refers to a place where books are kept in an organized form by giving them a holistic form. By this we can also mean that the library is a collection of material that is helpful not only for study but also for research on various topics that can benefit everyone, including students, researchers and the general reader. The flourishing of knowledge is a reflection of full dedication to the pursuit of knowledge. Wherever knowledge is sought, blessings, blessings, good tidings and accomplishments are revealed. The establishment and existence of the library is very old in the history of the world, but from the time of Greece, the library gained a prominent place in the development of knowledge and literature. This research paper, in fact, clarifies and highlights the usefulness of libraries and historiography with books in the presence of modern scientific sources of innovation, as well as offers a historical analysis of the importance of books in this advanced age.

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Published

2022-06-27

How to Cite

Dr. Sohail Akhtar Sakhani, Dr. Rashida Qazi, & Dr. Mamuna Subhani. (2022). The Cohesion Between Libraries and Historical Research; A Case of Libraries Muslim’s Historiography in Sub-continent (A Historical Analysis). Al-Aijaz Research Journal of Islamic Studies & Humanities , 6(2), 18-28. Retrieved from https://arjish.com/index.php/arjish/article/view/534