The free indological collection

Valerie J Roebuck vjroebuck at BTINTERNET.COM
Fri Dec 16 07:21:11 UTC 2011

Thank you both for this, it looks very useful.

Valerie J Roebuck
Manchester, UK

On 15 Dec 2011, at 22:51, Davidson, Ronald wrote:

> As the site indicates, it is the collection of .pdf and other types of
> scans accumulated in to date, classified as those Indological
> in nature. 
> I use their .pdfs incessantly. Many otherwise difficult to obtain works
> can be found there, whether because they are an out of copyright Indian or
> European work, or for other reasons.  Between Google.books and
>, much of the Indological 19th century has been opened up for
> use in the last few years.
> Ronald Davidson
> Fairfield, CT 
> On 12/15/11 5:16 PM, "Herman Tull" <hermantull at GMAIL.COM> wrote:
>> I was just searching online for a text, and I came across "The Free
>> Indological Collection."
>> (  The number of texts
>> available seems impressive.
>> I had not heard of this project before, and I did not find information
>> of significance online about it.  Does anyone have any more
>> information on this project?
>> Thanks,
>> -- 
>> Herman Tull
>> Princeton, NJ

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