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Dear Reader,

(including all its subsidiary (and/or sister) pages on "coombs.anu.edu.au" server) has permanently ceased its publishing operations on Friday 21st January 2011.

All of the online resources reported here have been thoroughly checked at the time of their listing. However, it is possible that, with the with the passage of time, many of the originally reported materials might have been removed from the Internet, or changed their online address, or varied the scope and quality of their contents.

Fortunately, in several cases it is possible to access many of the older versions of the resources listed in the MONITOR. This can be easily done via the free services of the "The Internet Archive" http://web.archive.org/, a remarkable brainchild of Brewster Kahle, San Francisco, CA.

- with warm regards -

Editor, Dr T. Matthew Ciolek.

Canberra, 21 January 2011.

05 March 2009

Indology: Resources for Indological Scholarship


05 Mar 2009

indology.info, Cambridge, UK

"[Indology.info] functions as an adjunct to [the INDOLOGY discussion forum]."

Site contents:
* The INDOLOGY discussion forum [INDOLOGY--at--LISTSERV.LIV.AC.UK];
* The Scope and Guidelines of the INDOLOGY list;
* SARIT: Search and Retrieval of Indic Texts;
* FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions about INDOLOGY;
* E-texts / Software: an archive of Indic e-texts and Indological software (Introduction, Sanskrit, Pali and Prakrit, Other e-text projects, including digital repositories, Individual texts presented by scholars, Tamil, Tibetan, Electronic Indological Books and Journals);
* Papers: an archive of articles, papers, and other writings pertinent to Indological studies.
* Books: an information service detailing Indological books listed by Amazon;
* Links: a list of external websites and resources of value to Indological research (Online South Asian bibliographies, Academic projects in indology, Online Dictionaries and Thesauri, General, Digital Art and Manuscript Images, Online exhibitions, Learned Societies, Institutions' home pages, Electronic Journals, Multilingual software, text processing tools, fonts, etc., Indological publishers and bookshops, Library catalogues);
* John Smith's home page : a variety of texts, fonts and programs likely to be of interest to Indologists.

[A site, formerly at http://www.ucl.ac.uk/~ucgadkw/indology.html, is edited by Dominik WUJASTYK, University of London and International Institute of Asian Studies (IAS), Leiden - ed.]

URL http://indology.info/

Internet Archive http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://indology.info/

Link reported by: T. Matthew Ciolek (tmciolek--at--coombs.anu.edu.au)

* Resource type [news - documents - study - corporate info. - online guide]:
Study/Documents/Online Guide
* Publisher [academic - business - government - library/museum - NGO - other]:
* Scholarly usefulness [essential - v.useful - useful - interesting - marginal]:
* External links to the resource [over 3,000 - under 3,000 - under 1,000
- under 300 - under 100 - under 30]: under 1,000

Please note that the above details were correct on the day of their publication. To suggest an update, please email the site's editor at tmciolek@ciolek.com