The South Asia Open Archives Initiative (SAOA) seeks to create and maintain a collection of open access materials for the study of South Asia. This major collaborative initiative is aimed at addressing the current scarcity of digital resources pertinent to South Asian studies and at making collections more widely accessible both to North American scholars and to researchers elsewhere in the world.
Digital Colonial Documents from La Trobe University intendsto promote study of the rare seminal documents which were influential in the formation of the notions of nation, state and culture during the colonial period.
Digital Library of India is a digital collection of freely accessible rare books in all languages collected from various libraries in India.
GRETIL: Gottingen Register of Electronic Texts in Indian Languages especially in classical languages
Long Emergency: Media and Democracy in India is conceived as a series of oral history interviews documenting journalistic praxis around the time the the Indian emergency (1975-1977).
1947 Partition Archive: Survivors and their Memories at Stanford University is an open access preservation repository for oral history video interviews conducted through the 1947 Partition Archive Project.
SARIT ("Search and Retrieval of Indic Texts") provides Indologists with machine readable texts and digital instruments for philological research.
Tibetan and Himalayan Digital Library publishes multilingual studies, multimedia learning resources, and creative works concerned with the area's environments, cultures, and histories.
The Libraries support the open sharing and preservation of your scholarly process and output through the Texas ScholarWorks and Texas Data Repository. To learn more about those services, please feel free to ask or to explore existing resources there, such as the archive of the Hindi-Urdu Flagship and Hemispheres.
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