Uncover the history of South Asia as you've never seen it before
Discover this fascinating collection of 4.5 million pages of material gathered from across the Indian sub-continent. These documents were originally collected by the South Asian Research Foundation (SARF) with the objective of preserving Indian cultural heritage and span from 1700-1953. Explore digitized versions of books, journals and reports covering key historical events, such as the Calcutta riots of 1946 and The Indian Independence Movement.
This Archive covers a wide range of subject areas, including Art History, Anthropology, History, Education and Literature, and will give students and researchers access to an invaluable learning resource.
Here you can view a full list of events and themes covered, as well as information on the editorial board and how the resource supports learning and librarians.
After completing this short form you will receive a range of sample documents taken directly from the resource.
"This archival information which was lost to the people of India will come alive because of this project."
Kapil Sibal, Indian Minister of Communication and IT
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