Tag Archives: Information about Indica et Buddhica

Indica et Buddhica offer Resources for Indologists and Buddhologists. This is an overview of the resources provided, as mentioned on the site itself:

1. Indica et Buddhica: http://indica-et-buddhica.org/ — provides resources for Indologists and Buddhologists; as the top level domain, this is the public portal or entrance to the site.
2. Lexica: Sanskrit, Tibetan and English: http://lexica.indica-et-buddhica.org/ — an interface giving access to definitions from two Sanskrit to Tibetan word lists and Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary; remote client access is available using the Dictionary Server Protocol (DICT).
3. Philologica: Machine Readable Texts: http://philologica.indica-et-buddhica.org/ — provides machine readable texts and digital instruments for philological research; a full text search, retrieval, and analysis system is available for a collection of Sanskrit texts, including the Mahabharata and Ramayana.
4. Scholia: Indological and Buddhological Scholarship: http://scholia.indica-et-buddhica.org/ — enables researchers to catalogue, store and retrieve bibliographical materials, including data on articles, books, images, theses, software, working papers and so on; records can be viewed and downloaded in various formats including BibTeX, EndNote, RIS, and Dublin Core.
5. Catalogus Bibliothecarum: A Catalogue of Collections: http://catalogus.indica-et-buddhica.org/ — a virtual union catalogue providing central access to over 130 library servers with significant Indological and Buddhological collections; enables users to conveniently locate and obtain records with a single interface; records can be viewed and downloaded in various bibliographical formats.
6. Repositorium: A Storage Place for Materials: http://repositorium.indica-et-buddhica.org/ — a digital archive designed to capture, store, index, preserve, and distribute materials pertinent to Indology and Buddhology; holds materials for the study of Nagarjuna and Santideva, a manuscript catalogue, and Sanskrit and Tibetan lexica.
7. Tabulae: Tables of Contents for Indology and Buddhology: http://tabulae.indica-et-buddhica.org/ — increases the availability and usefulness of online journals containing Indological and Buddhological material; links, aggregated feeds and bibliographical data makes this material easier to find, access and use.