Electronic Resource page of UC-Berkeley.
A Comprehensive Buddhism Page.
The Internet History Sourcebooks are collections of public domain and copy-permitted historical texts presented cleanly (without advertising or excessive layout) for educational use. This site is maintained by Paul Halsall.
INDOLOGY consists of a computer network address in Liverpool, England, and a list of members maintained at that address. (Net experts know this as a "listserv" group, after the name used to operate such systems.) The way it works is that any message sent by a member to that address will automatically be re-distributed to all the other members. So it functions like a conference, where every member participates in a "broadcast" discussion. By the beginning of 1999 membership had grown to about six hundred members.
Internet Resources for South Asian Studies
Indology & Sanskrit Studies collected by Paolo Magnone, Professor of Sanskrit Language and Literature, Catholic University of Milan.
SARAI: South Asia Resource Access on the Internet
Sanskrit Home Page
Contains links to Sanskrit songs, short-stories, online Sanskrit dictionaries, a simple glossary, word games, subhashitas, publications of books, magazines and other educational resources published from various sources in India, Sambhaashana Sandeshah monthly Sanskrit magazine, Sanskrit sentences, A collection of commonly used Sanskrit sentences, Sanskrit online resources.
South Asia Net
Links to various aspects of South Asia. Includes the South Asia Search Engine.
South Asia Resource Access
Provided by the University of California, Berkeley.
Asian Studies WWW Virtual Library
Bibliotheque nationale de France
Digital South Asia Library (DSAL)
Index page for DSAL
Göttingen University Library
Heidelberg University Library
Library of Congress
Services for researchers
Online Computer Library Center (OCLC)
Oxford Indian Institute Library
A Department of the Bodleian Library, Oxford
The Library's notable strengths are its holdings in classical and modern literature, literary criticism, medicine, cinema and the related culture of printed works (such as song books), folklore, material by and about women, religion and philosophy, and numerous publications of historical value. The collection is comprised of more than 100,000 volumes of books, journals, and newspapers. In addition there are rich holdings of oleolithographs from Ravi Varma's workshop, nearly 30,000 journal abstracts and indexes, an enormous collection of clippings, drama notices, wedding invitations, business and family correspondence, and palm leaf manuscripts. Most of the publications date from the later half of the nineteenth century and the first half of the twentieth.
Tübingen University Library
University of Chicago
Library Information Service
Guide to major South Asian studies resources at the University of Chicago
University of Virginia Library-South Asia Resources