[INDOLOGY] Database of manuscripts digitized by National Manuscript Mission

Patrick Olivelle jpo at uts.cc.utexas.edu
Fri Nov 6 02:00:59 UTC 2015

Thank you so much for this very important database. You have done a great service. Now if we can only obtain actual manuscripts from NAMAMI we would be in a perfect world, like the Nepali manuscripts from the central archive. Thanks again.


On Nov 5, 2015, at 7:03 PM, dhaval patel <drdhaval2785 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Dear friends,
> Sorry for cross posting.
> I am attaching herewith a complete database of manuscripts digitized by http://namami.org/, which I received from them after a year long legal issue.
> I am thankful to National Manuscript for Manuscript to have provided this valuable data.
> Dropbox link - https://www.dropbox.com/s/9g703gcxqdl0vc5/Namami_Digitization.xlsx?dl=0.
> Total Manuscripts digitized - 2,10,573
> Total Manuscript repositories - 51
> Notes - 
> 1. Each record has the following fields
> Sr. No. ManusID Acc. No. Title Number of pages Script Repo Code Notes
> 2. Repository codes are placed in 'Abbrv' worksheet of the same file.
> 3. Because of different transliteration conventions used in base files, the transliteration is not uniform
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