Did you know that The Aga Khan Library, London, a world-class resource for Islamic studies, houses an invaluable collection of rare books, manuscripts, and artefacts produced in different regions of the Muslim realm?
Did you also know that in early November of 2019, The Aga Khan Library digitised its extensive special collections to offer a wide range of research materials on the history, politics, customs, and beliefs that have shaped the contemporary global Muslim community?
In 2019, the Aga Khan Library embarked on the development of the Digital Collections platform, a project intended to display, preserve and facilitate research in a selection of materials from its rare books collection. To date, the Aga Khan Library has been able to digitise and upload hundred of these valuable books.
Click link below to see the diverse (digitised) collections of rare books in the Aga Khan Library, London:
Digitising collections is a gradual process. Be sure to sign up to receive notification as more and more collections are being made available.