The Sanskrit Academy has 71 publications and one manuscript catalogue to its credit. There are nearly 4000 manuscripts in the catalogue. In the year 2002, the Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, New Delhi, under the Ministry of H.R.D., recognized the Sanskrit Academy, Hyd., as Adarsh Shodh Sansthan. The Academy, which had limited staff earlier, is now working with a full-fledged staff aims at acquiring a separate M.S.S. wing for the purposes mentioned below:
- To collect manuscripts
- To publish rare Sanskrit books
- To seek copies of M.S. from various libraries
- And also, to collect the Sanskrit texts printed in Telugu Script some hundred years ago and Publish them in an order as required.
The Academy aims at purchasing the rare collections from the personal libraries of the renowned Sanskrit scholars and the manuscripts from the Sanskrit research institutions of the various parts of the country, which intend to sell them off. There are nearly lakhs of unpublished M.S. according to the sources from the NIM. The Academy proposes to acquire these M.S.S. and transform them into transliteration, soft copies and publish them. Being situated in the capital city of A.P. this Academy is of much use of the research scholars as well as seekers of Sanskrit knowledge.
LIST OF SANSKRIT MANUSCRIPTS
|Vedas and their Bhasyas||84|
|Nyaya and Vaisesika||185|