christophe.vielle at UCLOUVAIN.BE
Fri Feb 15 09:36:47 EST 2008
Sorry for having not mentioned (or reminded) in the discussion the
following three on-going projects of Indological digital libraries at
http://dli.iiit.ac.in/ (searchable but... sometime it is easier to
find there a book through google than through their own search-tool)
>Thank you very much, dear Peter Wyzlic, for this very useful list you made.
>Some additional notes:
>- for Wilson's Mackenzie Collection it is in fact possible to choose
>between the two editions and various exemplars, cf.
>It could be interested to note these details
>- if we take the example of NALA AND DAMAYANTI AND OTHER POEMS
>translated by Henry Hart Milman (which is not in the list):
>in this case, it has also been converted into an e-text through the
>Project Gutenberg :
>and is also available in various formats through :
>Should these things be mentioned ?
>- what about such available .pdf (which is not really a scanned
>book, but a kind of second edition in electronic form of a
>previously printed book) - do you list them?.
>Ananda Wood, Knowledge before printing and after: The Indian
>Tradition in Changing Kerala
>- Of course, there is also the case of the pure (free) .pdf
>periodicals such as the NGMCP Newsletter
>- do you list also the digital works readable but not downloadable
>that can be found in various electronic library catalogues, such as
>the partial digital copy (vol. 1-6 + 12) of Hortus Malabaricus made
>by the the University Louis Pasteur in Strasbourg available at
>with best wishes,
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