DSAL is a project of the Center for Research Libraries that provides digital references for research on South Asia . Find scholarly reference books, indexes, images, bibliographies, maps, and statistics.
Affiliated with the Digital South Asia Library, Digital Dictionaries of South Asia provides full-text digital dictionaries in numerous languages, including Pashto, Tamil, Telugu, Bengali, and Hindi.
The Tibetan Himalaya Digital Library provides computer users with information about Tibetan script input tools and software; the site includes downloads of Unicode input tools, instructions, and other useful links about Tibetan fonts.
Digital Himalaya is a project that strives to archive anthropological materials from the Himalayans, such as photographs, sound recordings, and field notes, in a digital medium that will allow both the preservation and wider dissemination of these resources.
These Hindi proficiency guidelines were published in 1990 in Foreign Language Annals (Vol. 23, 235-252), the official journal of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. No other proficiency guidelines have been developed for South Asian languages in the United States. Although these guidelines are for Hindi, in the absence of material specific to other South Asian languages, instructors may find them useful because of the underlying syntactic and semantic similarities between areal languages. The project to develop the Hindi Proficiency Guidelines was directed by Dr. Vijay Gambhir, University of Pennsylvania.
The South Asian Literary Recordings Project seeks to capture the voices of prominent South Asian poets, novelists, and playwrights as they read excerpts from their works; the site allows users to search for authors by language, read up on their works, and listen to digital audio recordings.