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         31. FAMILY & PRIVATE COLLECTIONS FROM1406 TILL NOW

            The family and Private Collections have been acquired by A.P. State Archives and Research Institute from different reputed families, private parties, institutions and Committees for scientific and perpetual preservation of the records.  The collections are  in Persian, Marathi, English, Telugu and Urdu languages.  

The detailed particulars of the Family and Private Collections are shown below:-

Sl. No. Name of the Collections Place Periodicity Remarks

1

Bhagyalaxmi

 Secunderabad

1873-1973

English (Committee Branch)

2

Damodara  Rao

Hyderabad

1948-1952

 

3

Durgabai Deshmukh

Hyderabad

1960-1961

 

4

Fareed Mirza

Hyderabad

 

 

5

Hyder

Hyderabad

1935

 

6

Jafar Ali Khan

Hyderabad

1875-1876

 

7

Laxmana Chari

Anantapur

1861-1862

 

8

Ramakrishna Murthy

Secunderabad

1974-1977

 

9

Raj Bahadur Gaur

Hyderabad

19459

 

10

Ananda Charyulu

 

1927-1928

Telugu  & English (Committee Section)

11

Gopala Krishna

 

1948-1960

 

12

Kotaiah, Pragada

 

1951-1972

 

13

Krishna K.B.

 

 

 

14

Rama Krishna Raju,

 

 

 

15

Ranga, N.G.

 

 

 

16

Raupa Rao

Anantapur

 

 

17

Ragavendra Rao

 Hyderabad

 

 

18

Seshacharyulu, P

Anantapur

1932

 

19

Subbarao, G.V.

Amalapuram

1924-1966

 

20

Vijayama.G

Vijayawada

 

 

21

Zolk Ggradhlaye Sarta

 Guntur

Institution (Committee Sections)

22

Sarasvatama Bhavan

Vijayawada

1941-45

 

Apparao, Gurajada

Vijayanagaram

1895-1914

Telugu (Committee Sections)

24

Bapat S.A

 

1976

 

25

Bujanga Rao

Ibrahimpatnam  R.R dist

 

 

26

 Jagapathi Babu

Guntur

1890

 

27

Jairaj (Ret)

Medak `

 

 

28

Kamaswamy

 

 

 

29

Krishna Rao

 

 

 

30

Krishnapa R.K.B

 

1842

 

31

Krishna Rao

 

 

 

32

Laxmanacharyulu

 Anantapur

 

 

33

Laxmipathi S

Mylavarm

 

 

34

Laxmikantha Raju Bahadur

Mogaltura

1813

 

35

Madhusudana Rao

 

 

 

36

Markandaiah Veeramdli

 Ongole

1971-76

 

37

Mohan Raju.V

 

 

 

38

Narsimha Chari

 

 

 

39

Narasimha Rao .M

 

 

 

40

 Narasingha Rao

 

1934-44

 

41

Narahimharao.MC

Hyderabad

 

 

42

Narasimha Charyulu

 Siddipet

 

 

43

Narayanappa,L.V

Anantapur

 

 

44       

Narayana Reddy J    

Pendyala R.R. Dist.

 

 

 

45

Punngya Sastri

Guntur

 

 

46

Prabhakara Reddy

Mukhalizgare  srikakulam dis

 

 

47

 Prataprudra Shatrucherle

 

 

 

48

Rachappa

 Amrad  R.R Dist.,

 

 

49

Raghav .C.S.V.

Anantapur

 

 

50

Ramechar

Anantapur

1926

 

51

 Iramacharyulu

Kadiri

 

 

52

Ramarad, J

Hyderabad

 

 

53

Rajandra

Perda

 

 

54

Sampath Kumar

Prakadana

 

 

55

Satyanarayana .K

Vijayawada

 

 

56

Satyanarayana.V

 

 

 

57

Sesha charyulu .P

Anantapur

1860-1932

 

58

Siva Rao D.V

Vijayawada

1883-1950

 

59

Somayajulu  Boddyam

Guntur

 

 

60

Sundara .V.L

 Boptla

 9120-53

 

61

Suryanarayan Murty Kanngt

 

 

 

62

Srinivasa Gupta

 Sadabirpet

 

 

63

 Srinivasa Rao

 Logapalli

 

 

64

Tirumalarao .P

Guntur

 

 

65

Vaikunthar Seth

 Waragal

 1339f

 

66

 Venkata Narayana

Anantapur

 

 

67

 Venkataya Sarma.P

 

 

 

68

Venkata Vadham

 

 

 

69

Venkataswarao B.H

 

 

 

70

Venkateshwara, D

Hyderabad

 

 

71

Venkatnarayanappa, L

 Anantapur

 

 

72

Narayana Reddy J

Pendyala R.R  Dist.,

 

 

73

Varada Chari

 Warangal

 

 

 

74

Alam Ali Khan

 

1938-1958

Telugu and Urdu (Committee Section)

75

Syed  Najamuddin

 

Urdu (Mughal Sections)

76

Aryeprathinidhi Sabha

Hyderabad

 

 

77

Bharathi Sahitya Samiti

 Korutla, karimnagar dis

 

 

78

Bjavanarayana Swamy

Ponnur, guntur dis

 

 

79

Dist. Chittoor Library

Guntur

1923-9138

 

80

Eswara Gachalayam

Kakinada

 

 

81

Gandhi M

 Vijayawada

 

 

82

Hindu College

Vijayawada

 

 

83

 Medak Collectorate

Sangareddy

 

 

84

Veerasalingam

Library

Kumndardti west godavari

 

 

85

Ragnath Singh

Hyderabad

1806-1842

 

86

Khawaja Banda Nawaz Collection

Gulbarga

1412-1687

 

87

Hussain-Ali-Yafai Collection

 

1534-1889

 

88

Ghiyas Siddiqi Collection

 

1562-1897

 

89

Sajjad Ali Collection

 

1599-1900

 

90

Shabbir Khan Collection

 

1599-1900

 

91

Mir Husain Ali Khan Collection

 

1607-1781

 

92

Hamid Siddiqi Collection

 

1646-1948

 

93

Mir Alauddin Collection

 

1666-1940

 

94

Hakim Nizamuddin Collection

 

1667-1678

 

95

Mir Alauddin Collection

 

1673-1780

 

96

Syed Asadullah Collection

 

1681-1901

 

97

Panchakki Collection

 

1712-1824

 

98

Harish Chandra Agarwal Collection  

 

1722-1821

 

99

Md. Sharif Collection

 

1759-1792

 

100

Hidayat Ali Khan Collection

 

1765-1805

 

101

Moinuddin Ali Khan Collection

 

1777-1896

 

102

Md. Hussain Ali Khan Collection

 

1792-1793

 

103

Md. Moinuddin Collection

 

1789-1800

 

104

Nooruddin Collection

 

1792-1907

 

105

B. Rama Krishna Raju Collection

 

1802-1882

 

106

Jafar Ali Khan Collection

 

1875-1876

 

107

S. Obul Reddy Collection

 

1945-1950

 

108

Salar Jung Collection

 

1800-1960

 

 

109. Sri Pingali Ventaka Rami Reddy, kotwal of Nizam the VII Hyderabad 1912-1956    &1926 Urdu & English
110 Prof. Modali Nagabhushana Sarma Telugu Dramas(20 CD's) Hyderabad 1890-1955 Telugu

Archival Legislation 

            The Department is vigorously pursuing with Government of Andhra Pradesh for an Archival enactment for effective management, administration and Preservation of public records in the state. The Government of India has already enacted The Public Records Act 1993. 

Access to Records

            Access to consult the records is open to all bonafide research scholars. Permission to consult the records is accorded on request with a letter of recommendation from their University or the Department. Foreign scholars are required to produce a letter of accreditation from the diplomatic representatives of their country in India. Records which are more than 30 years old are made available to the scholars in the Research room specially provided.

            The other schemes under active persuasion are Computerization of Records for easy access and consultation by the scholars, preparation of Finding Aids to serve as reference media, Training Programmes for updating the skills of the Archives personnel, continuation of Oral History and Video Recording of Vedas which are very useful for Research Scholars. Celebration of Archives Week annually to create Archival awareness among the public in general and students and academic commities in particular.

            A careful search in to the huge mass of record wealth in Archives covers subjects and items like social manners of the people and rulers of different periods, administrative arrangements and setup, its division, revenue and expenditure, coins and their exchange values, prices of commodities, weights and measure, administration of law and justice, area of land available, extent of cultivable and fallow lands, tanks, rivers, areas of  irrigation, village administration hierarchy, census of population, flora, fauna, Trade and Commerce and so on.

            The Andhra Pradesh State Archives and Research Institute is planning to introduce the Departmental website. Research scholars and  interested academicians all over the world are eagerly awaiting for a good day to come to consult and download the required original from the Archival holdings preserved in the A. P. State Archives from the Departmental website. 

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