Khuda Bakhsh Oriental Library is one of the country wide libraries of India, placed in Patna, Bihar. It became opened to public on 29 October 1891 by using Khan Bahadur Khuda Bakhsh with 4,000 manuscripts, of which he inherited 1,400 from his father Maulvi Mohammed Bakhsh. It is a self reliant business enterprise underneath Ministry of Culture, Government of India, and is governed by a Board with the Governor of Bihar as its ex officio Chairman, and is understood for its rare collection of Persian and Arabic manuscripts.
It additionally hosts artwork made during the Rajput and Mughal eras of India. In 1895, he becomes appointed Chief Justice of the High Court of Nizam's Kingdom. After staying there for almost 3 years, he again to Patna once more and commenced training. But soon he becomes affected by paralysis and he limited his pastime to the library only. Due to his contamination, he could not whole his activities. Rs.8000 to pay debt and library secretary and Rs. 200 had been sanctioned as pension. He could not recover from paralysis and died on August three, 1908.