Other sites on the Internet with material on the history and culture of South Asia before 1947. Let us know if you have a recommendation. Ancient Indus sites as well as ancient Indus script sites are listed separately.
|Afghanistan Old Photos |
A fine and growing collection of old photographs of Afghanistan.
|Ahmedabad City |
Another site with historical material on the capital of Gujarat.
|The Ali Akbar College of Music and Music Store |
A complete source for Indian classical music.
|Archaeology Magazine |
Explore the human past with the premiere publication devoted to worldwide archaeological disovery. Exclusive online articles and links to related sites.
A guide to old Bangalore.
|Biblio: A Review of Books |
Leading Indian book review magazine.
|British Library Oriental and India Office Collections |
The records of the East India Company, Board of Control and India Office from 1600 until 1947.
|British Voices from South Asia |
Ex-colonists tell their tale in this Lousiana State University oral archive.
|F.S. Aijazuddin |
The website of one of Pakistan's leading art historians and author of numerous books.
|Global Indian |
India's first cross-cultural learning portal..
|Kamat's Potpourri |
The History, Mystery and Diversity of India - an impressive "hodge-podge." and the only site out there like Harappa.com!
|Lafayette at the Victoria and Albert Museum |
A collection of photographs of Indian rulers made during the early 20th century by one of the leading London and Dublin photo studios.
|Mahatma Gandhi Research and Media Service |
GandhiServe Foundation's web site offers a wide variety of rare materials on Mohandas (Mahatma) Gandhi.
|Mango Grove |
A site full of photographic essays on Pakistan, including the area around Harappa, Swat and the Karakoram highway.
|Mir Sultan Khan |
The story of a Maharajah's servant who became a chess sensation in the early 1930's.
|National Fund for Cultural Heritage |
An official website for places of historic interest and natural beauty in Pakistan.
|Pithora Photographs |
A Gallery of Rathwa - indigenous Gujrati tribal - drawings celebrating a marriage story.
|Sepia Collection Inc. |
A site linked to the Alkazi Collection of Photography specializing in South Asian photographs from the 19th and early 20th centuries.
|Sepia Mutiny |
A smart and irreleverent blog by American-based desis that often includes historical references. Borrows one of our images for their fun banners.
|Salt Range Temples |
A project documenting the 6th to 11th century Hindu Temples in Pakistan.
|Victoria Memorial Hall |
Official website of the Calcutta Museum and its exhibitions.
|The World Transportation Commission Photograph Collection |
The Library of Congress searchable collection, with the India 1895 photographs.
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