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Welcome To raza Library

The Rampur Raza Library is a treasure house of Indo Islamic learning and arts which was setup by the erstwhile Rampur State which was founded by Nawab Faizullah Khan in 1774, who ruled the State up to 1794 and formed the nucleus of the library through his inherited collection of valuable manuscripts, historical documents, Mughal miniature paintings, books and other works of art kept in the Nawabs Toshakhana. He also substantially added to the collection by his acquisition. Nawab Muhammad Yusuf Ali Khan 'Nazim' a was literary person and a famous poet of Urdu and a disciple of celebrated poet Mirza Ghalib. He created a separate department of the library and shifted the collection to the newly constructed rooms of Kothi Genralie. The Nawab also invited well known calligraphers, illuminators and binders from Kashmir and other parts of India. The later Nawabs continued to enrich the collection.

Nawab Kalbe Ali Khan (1865-87) was a distinguished scholar and very much interested in collection of rare manuscripts, paintings, and commissioned connoisseur scholars to obtain rare manuscripts, paintings and other art objects and thus enormously enriched the library collection.


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From The Director's Desk

Prof. S.M. Azizuddin Husain It's not unusual for library director to be asked, "What makes Rampur Raza library special?" It happens often. For a student of history like me the key to the Rampur Raza library's special nature lies in the three aspects.

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Address: Hamid Manzil Qila Rampur  U.P. 244901, India

Telephone: 91-595-2325045, 2325346, 2327244  

Fax: 91-595-2340548  

Timings
It opens for public daily between 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. except on fridays and gazetted holidays.  

Please feel free to contact us at directorrazalibrary@gmail.com  

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