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The Vice-Chancellor of the university has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Mission to this effect. The Mission has identified the Manuscripts Library as being one of the three manuscripts libraries in the country having the largest collection of manuscripts in India. The library will be allotted Rs. 10 lakhs for identifying and archiving the manuscripts in Kerala.
The details thus collected will form part of a national database which will be published on the Mission's website. A university press note issued here said a Digital Heritage Archiving Centre is already functioning at the University of Kerala. Manuscript works such as `Saraswathi Kandabharanam' and `Chitra Ramayanam' have already been digitised.
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