The intellectual and religious traditions of South Asia revealed in Cambridge University’s Sanskrit manuscripts Project

By Emma Wilson-Shaw|May 27, 2014|History, Literature, Religions, South Asia|0 comments

In late 2011 Cambridge University Library began its AHRC funded project to survey, catalogue and digitize its collection of Sanskrit manuscripts. Since then 1500 manuscripts have been catalogued, including 150 in great detail (most of which are illuminated).  Significant items in the collection have been digitized and are available via the University’s digital library. Amongst the manuscripts are rare items on a wide range of subjects including, religion, philosophy, grammar,

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