India and South Asia
Last updated December 2016
ACCESSIBLE from machines with IP addresses within the cam.ac.uk domain. For machines outside the University members may use their RAVEN password to login.This historical newspaper provides genealogists, researchers and scholars with online, easily-searchable first-hand accounts and unparalleled coverage of the politics, society and events of the time. Coverage: 1838 - 2007 incorporating the Bombay Times and Journal of Commerce and Bombay Times and Standardas well as the Times of India.
- Centre of South Asian Studies - Oral history archive
- Royal Commonwealth Society Collections - Cambridge University Library
- South Asian, Tibetan and South Asian Department
Digital South Asian Library
Contains images with descriptions from India & Afghanistan.
Contains online resources for Indiological scholarship. The site includes SARIT (search and retrieval of Indic texts; archive of Indic e-texts and Indiological software; an archive of articles, papers, and other writings prtinent to Indiological studies; list of external websites & resources of value to Indological research.
John Smith's Home Page
Contains a variety of texts, fonts and programms likely to be of interest to Indologists.
Sanskrit Manuscript Project, Cambridge
The intellectual and religious traditions of South Asia as seen through the Sanskrit manuscript collections of the University Library, Cambridge.
South Asia Resource Access on the Internet
A Columbia University site for modern and classical South Asian studies Includes image archive.
South Asia Through Official Eyes (SATOE)
Provides links to universities, libraries, government information and many useful internet resources.