Many thanks to all the colleagues who responded to my query on and off list.  I found the Mironov catalog of 1914, digitized on Dominik's homepage, particularly informative, even for scholars who struggle with Russian.  The brief history of the collections and other information posted on the Institute of Oriental Studies (English) website is also of considerable help.  I am again most appreciative of our wonderfully supportive community of scholars.  Every communication provided usable data.

Best wishes to all, 

On 3/28/14 7:05 AM, Dominik Wujastyk wrote:

On 27 March 2014 18:18, C.A. Formigatti <> wrote:
Dear Prof. Rocher,

I do not know if the catalogs listed in Janert's Annotated Bibliography of the Catalogues of Indian Manuscripts (nos. 150, 261-262 and 288-290) and in Biswas'Bibliographic Survey of Indian Manuscript Catalogues (nos. 0827-0828 and 0945-0947) are comprehensive, but maybe the might be helpful (maybe also the article by The Central Asian Manuscript Collection of the St. Petersburg Branch of the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences by M. I. Vorobyova Desyatovskaya and Jan Nattier).

​The first two MS catalogues (Biswas 0827 0828) are digitized in my collection.​


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