We have a 30 Day Trial to a new digital collection of books, journals, reports, government documents, and other print publications from South Asia. Strongest in its coverage of the 19th and 20th centuries. Most publications in English, with some Bengali and Sanskrit. Trial ends October 1st. Please send feedback on this digital collection to email@example.com .
Record series DO (Dominions Office) 133, DO 134, FO (Foreign Office) 371, and FCO (Foreign and Commonwealth Office) 37 from the British National Archives.
Digital collection of diaries, journals, official papers, letters, sketches, paintings, histories and literary works documenting the British presence in India.
Fully searchable, facsimile edition of the Times of India (1861-2001), and its preceding title the Bombay Times (1838-1861).
Now on trial through November. Use password welcome. Covers 1838-2001.
We are pleased to announce that the preliminary release for World Newspaper Archive – South Asian Newspapers is now available. Eventually this resource will include up to 400,000 pages of content published in South Asia between 1864 and 1922.
Currently accessible are nearly 7,000 issues (1869-1889) of the Madras Mail , one of the highest circulating English newspapers in southern India. Additional content, to be made accessible on a rolling basis, will include Amrita Bazar Patrika, The Leader, Tribune, the Ceylon Observer, and more.