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                                            1. Academy of Sanskrit Research, creator: Charles, Vinod A. M., subject: Religion and Philosophy, Hinduism, Literature, Linguistics, Old and middle Indo-Aryan languages, free keyword: Indology; Veda, abstract: The academy of Sanskrit Research was set up in Melkote in 1978 with the specific aim of promoting serious scholarship in Indian philosophy, particularly the Vedantic systems, by seeking to blend modern research methods with the traditional approach to these subjects. As an additional aim, the Academy also intends to embark on a systematic programme for making specific areas of Indian philosophy more accessible to the layman and in general promoting a serious awareness of our culture to all those who may be interested in it, but lack guidance in this respect. Thus the Academy intends to link the invaluable knowledge for suggesting ways and means of meeting the social and cultural challenges that are likely to increasingly dominate societies of the future., language: Sanskrit, English
                                            2. A comparative and etymological dictionary of the Nepali language, creator: Turner, Ralph L., subject: Linguistics, Modern Indo-European languages, free keyword: Online dictionary, abstract: This dictionary is the online version of the book "A comparative and etymological dictionary of the Nepali language" created by Ralph L. Turner in 1931. In order to display the full range of diacritics a Unicode font must be installed. No part of this publication may be stored, transmitted, retransmitted, lent, or reproduced in any form or medium without the permission of the School of Oriental and African Studies, London University., language: English, Nepali
                                            3. A comparative dictionary of Indo-Aryan languages, creator: Turner, Ralph L., subject: Linguistics, Modern Indo-European languages, free keyword: Online Dictionary, abstract: The online dictionary is created and published by the Digital South Asia Library. It is based upon Ralph L. Turner's "A comparative dictionary of Indo-Aryan languages", which was edited by J. C. Wright between 1969 and 1985. No part of this publication may be stored, transmitted, retransmitted, lent, or reproduced in any form or medium without the permission of the School of Oriental and African Studies, London University., language: English
                                            4. A dictionary, Hindustani and English, alternative title: With a copious index, fitting the work to serve, also, as a dictionary of English and Hindustani, creator: Shakespear, John, subject: Linguistics, Modern Indo-European languages, free keyword: Online Dictionary, abstract: The Online Dicitonary, published by the Digital South Asia Library in 2001, is based upon John Shakespear's "A dictionary, Hindustani and English: with a copious index, fitting the work to serve, also, as a dictionary of English and Hindustani", which was published in 1834 as the third edition. In order to display the non-roman characters a Unicode font must be installed., language: Hindi, English, Urdu
                                            5. A dictionary, Marathi and English, creator: Molesworth, James T., subject: Linguistics, Modern Indo-European languages, free keyword: Online Dictionary, abstract: This online dictionary is created and published by the Digital South Asia Library in 2002. The dictionary is based upon the print version of the book "A dictionary, Marathi and English", created by James T. Molesworth in 1857 as the second edition. In order to display the non-roman characters a Unicode font must be installed., language: English, Marathi
                                            6. A dictionary of the dialects spoken in the state of Jeypore, creator: Macalister, George, subject: Linguistics, Modern Indo-European languages, free keyword: Online Dictionary, abstract: In 2002 the Digital South Asia Library created and published an online version von George Macalister's "A dictionary of the dialects spoken in the state of Jeypore", which was published in 1898. In order to fully display the characters a Unicode font must be installed., language: Rajasthani, English
                                            7. A dictionary of the Kashmiri Language, creator: Grierson, George Abraham, subject: Linguistics, Modern Indo-European languages, free keyword: Kashmiri; Dictionary, abstract: "A dictionary of the Kashmiri language" was created by George Abraham Grierson and published by the Asiatic Society of Bengal in 1932. The online version was published by the Digital South Asia Library in 2002. The dictionary gives explanations of Kashmiri terms and includes Perso-Arabic, Devanagari and roman alphabets., language: Kashmiri, English
                                            8. A dictionary of Urdu, classical Hindi, and English, creator: Platts, John T., subject: Linguistics, Modern Indo-European languages, free keyword: Online Dictionary, abstract: This Online Dicitionary is based upon John Thompson Patts "A dictionary of Urdu, classical Hindi, and English"; published in 1884. The book includes Perso-Arabic, Devanagari and roman alphabets. In order to display the non-roman characters a Unicode font must be installed., language: Hindi, English, Urdu
                                            9. A Dravidian etymological dictionary, creator: Burrow, Thomas, subject: Linguistics, Dravidian languages, free keyword: Online Dictionary, abstract: This online dictionary, which was published by the Digital South Asia Library (DSAL) in 2002, is based upon the dictionary "A Dravidian etymological dictionary"; created by Thomas Burrow and Murray B. Emeneau in 1984. This presentation of A Dravidian etymological dictionary allows readers to search for all of the information in the indexes to the ink-print edition. Consequently, the indexes and concordance have not been included as separate text. No part of this publication may be stored, transmitted, retransmitted, lent, or reproduced in any form or medium without the permission of Oxford University Press., language: English
                                            10. Advanced Centre for Technical Development of Punjabi Language, Literature and Culture, alternative title: Punjabi University Patiala, subject: Education and Research, Universities, Scientific institutions, Customs, Literature, Linguistics, free keyword: Punjabi Studies, abstract: The Advanced Centre for Technical Development of Punjabi language, Literature and Culture was established in Feb. 2004 with the aim of conducting research and development in linguistic and computational aspects of Punjabi Language as well as Punjabi culture. Major objectives were to evolve technical solutions for Punjabi, to participate in standardization efforts in Punjabi, to promote and assist in content development for Punjabi and to preserve and promote Punjabi culture. Major activities are besides the development of core technologies for Punjabi, like translation tools for automatic translation from Punjabi to Hindi or a Punjabi Grammar Checker as well the digitisation of Basic Materials for Punjabi language f.e. dictionaries. The website also provides several online Punjabi teaching programmes and likes to be a common platform to a Punjabi cyber community., language: English
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