South Asian Resource Access
on the Internet: A list of South Asia scholar directories, libraries, country information,
governments, and NGOs
Digital South Asia Library: Information about
contemporary and historical South Asia including full-text documents, statistical data,
electronic images, cartographic representations, and language instruction.
Murty Classical Library of India: This series from Harvard University Press includes classic Indic and Indo-Islamic literary works translated into English alongside the original text in such languages as Bangla, Hindi, Kannada, Marathi, Pali, Panjabi, Persian, Sanskrit, Sindhi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu. Printed copies of most of these works are held in Watzek Library.
Digital Dictionaries of South Asia: Searchable digital
dictionaries for each of the twenty-six modern literary languages of South Asia.
The Huntington Archive of
Buddhist and Asian Art: This image archive at Ohio State University contains forty years of field photography by John and Susan Huntington. It is devoted to providing pan-Asian documentation and resources for scholarly research about Buddhism and Asian civilization.
National Archives of India: The
repository of the non-current records of the Government of India holding them in trust
for the use of administrators and scholars. Originally the Imperial Record Department
founded in 1891 and transferred to New Delhi in 1926.
The British Library: A catalogue of thousands of documents
and scanned images of South Asia from the library's vast collections and the archives
of the India Office.
Early English Books Online (EEBO): Contains digital facsimile
page images of virtually every work printed in the British Isles and works in English printed elsewhere
from 1473-1700. Earliest English-language works on India.
Collections Online (ECCO): Over 180,000 titles (200,000 volumes) including books, pamphlets, essays,
Collection: This site contains hundreds of images of Mughal, Persian,
and Indian miniature paintings from the John Hay Library at Brown University.
Indian History Sourcebook: The
Mughal Empire, Western expansion, Indian nationalism, India since Independence, Pakistan
Islamic History Sourcebook: Sufism,
Islamic nationalism, Islam & liberal democracy, Islam & 19th-century European imperialism; maps
South Asian Literary Recordings: Managed
by the US Library of Congress office in New Delhi; contains literary recordings by prominent authors in
Harappa (#1): Hundreds of articles,
photos, lithographs and postcards of the Indus Valley Civilization
Harappa (#2): Educational website
with hundreds of articles, photos, lithographs, and postcards from
Manas: South Asian culture and
South Asian American Digital Archive: resources that
reflect the vast range of experiences of the South Asian diaspora in the United States and in
communities across the globe.
Gerritsen Collection: The largest online
resource for documents and primary sources relating to women's history (access only from LC server).
Historical maps of India: Contains
antique maps of British India; links to Internet sites related to British India
British Association for Cemeteries in South Asia
(BACSA): This UK organization raise funds to maintain British gravesites in South
Asia and is a valuable resource for family research and historians of British India