Distributors

APD Singapore Pte Ltd.
Our southeast Asian distributor.

B.K. Norton
Our China distributor.

Brunswick Books
Our Canada distributor.

Combined Academic Publishers
Our European distributor.

Cranbury International
Our Latin American distributor.

Footprint Books
Our Australian distributor.

NYU Press
Our USA co-publisher.

Viva Books Private Limited
Our Indian distributor.

Reviews and Publicity

Bookforum
Literary news and reviews.

Jain Spirit
Quarterly periodical with a Jainist perspective.

Language In India
A monthly online journal devoted to the study of the languages spoken in the Indian sub-continent.

The Middle Stage
A blog about Indian and world literature, with a special interest in the classics.

The New Criterion
A monthly review of the arts and intellectual life

The Times Higher Education Supplement
Higher education jobs, news and books for university and college professionals in teaching and research.

Tricycle: The Buddhist Review
America's leading Buddhist magazine.

Resources

Gérard Huet's Sanskrit Site
The site offers various Sanskrit language tools, such as a hypertext dictionary, Sanskrit parser and declension and conjugation engines. It also offers an excellent portal for Sanskrit resources.

GRETIL - Göttingen Register of Electronic Texts in Indian Languages
GRETIL is intended as a cumulative register of the numerous download sites for electronic texts in Indian languages.

Indology
Index of internet resources for Indological scholarship and home of the Indology discussion list.

South Asia Internet Resources
From the University of Virginia Center for South Asian Studies.

The Gita Govinda: a Multimedia Presentation
In addition to an introductory discussion of the text, the site includes illustrations of the text, recitations of it, audio recordings of the songs, and video recordings of dances accompanying those songs.

Tim Lubin’s Digital Indic Texts and Recordings
Recitation of Kāvya Meters by Dr. H. V. Nagaraja Rao (ORI, Mysore), with anecdotes about Appayyadīkṣita. The site offers mp3 audio samples of Sanskrit metres recited by a native pundit. They include some of our current and future volumes (Bhartṛhari’s Śatakatraya, Kālidāsa’s Kumārasaṃbhava, Meghadūta and Raghuvaṃśa) and are an excellent tool for those who wish to become familiar with Sanskrit metre.

Our Colleagues

ast & red
Our current web developer.

OxfordML
The digital publishing and XML consultancy responsible for the corpus search facility on this site.

Sinisnap Design
Our former web designer and developer.

Text Encoding Initiative
An international standard for representing a variety of literary and linguistic texts for online research, teaching, and preservation.

Other Interests

Ārya Sanghāta Sūtra
A site dedicated to the Ārya Sanghāta Sūtra, a Mahāyāna Buddhist scripture. It contains translations in various modern languages.

Combinatorial jugglery in Sanskrit Poems
A page devoted to many contributions to combinatorics from Sanskrit poems. It shows various solutions to the "knights tour problem" - that of making a chess knight visit all squares of a chessboard exactly once. The solutions include both a prayer form in the Pādukāsahasra, as well as the earlier forms in the Haravijaya of Ratnākara (our future volume), and the Kāvyālaṅkāra of Rudraṭa.

J Clay Consulting
Information regarding our co-founder's work in the aviation industry.

Oxford Centre for Buddhist Studies
A project of The Society for the Wider Understanding of the Buddhist Tradition.

Sanskrit Knowledge Systems on the Eve of Colonialism
The Sanskrit Knowledge-Systems Project investigates the structure and social context of Sanskrit science and knowledge from 1550 to 1750.

The Sitayana by Nina Paley
An animated feature based on Sita's adventures in the Ramayana.

Blogs

rpollack.net
A blog on a wide variety of topics from education to literature. Contains a section on Sanskrit.

Sanskrit Literature
This blog is designed to be the forerunner of a fully-fledged Sanskrit literature forum.

Sārasvataṃ Cakṣuḥ
The results of a haphazard perusal of little known Sanskrit texts. For those who would rather read primary sources.

Contact

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