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Welcome to the INDOLOGY.info / INDOLOGY.net website. This website is associated with the INDOLOGY online discussion forum for Classical South Asian studies that has existed since 1990 as a medium for exchange and debate by university-level scholars in Classical Indian Studies.
Subscribing to the Forum
If you wish to subscribe to the INDOLOGY forum, please first read the "Scope and Guidelines" that govern this forum. If you are eligible to join, according to the criteria described there, please follow the procedural instructions at:
Make sure you remember to send the Managing Committee a short CV as requested in the link above. We receive many applications without CV, and we are unable to process them further.
Personal enquiries concerning the INDOLOGY forum can be sent to INDOLOGY's governing committee at the address:
This website also contains the following:
SARIT: Search and Retrieval of Indic Texts.
E-texts / Software: an archive of Indic e-texts and Indological software.
Papers: an archive of articles, papers, and other writings pertinent to Indological studies.
Links: a list of external websites and resources of value to Indological research.
John Smith's home page, "Bombay": a variety of texts, fonts and programs likely to be of interest to Indologists, including the e-text of the critical edition of the Mahābhārata, distributed with the approval of the publishers, BORI.
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