Rich Cultural Traditions to Be Preserved Through Digitization- A Task of Great Responsibility

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Anirban Dhar


The pros and downsides of using digital technology to preserve cultural artifacts are discussed in this study. Technology has been pioneering in the field of digitalization, allowing for the creation of digital manuscripts and e-books. Manuscripts and documents covering words and pictures are being digitized and archived using digital cameras & scanners as an entry point to the use of technology. Participation in the Next Generation requires an emphasis on cutting-edge digital technologies. The culture and tradition depicted in these manuscripts must be preserved together with the texts themselves. Physically preserving objects, texts, and artworks in past communities and libraries using ancient ways has limits. The inability to secure goods and the ease with which the general public may get access to them are two of the most prominent limitations. Chemical preservation procedures seldom capture the original orientation of papers and manuscripts. By digitizing priceless cultural heritage texts and manuscripts, we can readjust for these factors and smooth out many of the wrinkles. This study discusses how digitalization may be used to better conserve cultural objects in the future via the use of natural language processing and indexing.

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