Two Centuries of Indian Print project

At the end of 2015, an international partnership led by the British Library received funding from the Newton Fund to digitise rare material from its South Asian printed books collection. The Two Centuries of Indian Print project will digitise 3,000 early printed Bengali books, amounting to more than 400,000 pages.

The project will explore how digital research methods and tools can be applied to this digitised collection, and will deliver digital skills workshops and training sessions at Indian institutions to support innovative research within South Asian studies.

To find out more about the project and also view a full programme of informative and diverse seminars taking place regularly at the British Library, visit the Two Centuries of Indian print project website


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