Microfilm Resources for South Asian Studies
- Indological Series Available in Microfilm (James Nye, University of Chicago. 1994. Includes info on ordering films)
- IDC Publishers
- MIPP: Microfilming of Indian Publications Project
A project of Library of Congress and the National Library of India, under an agreement between the U.S. and Indian governments. MIPP is preserving and making accessible all 55,992 books listed in The National Bibliography of Indian Literature: 1901-1953 (NBIL) together with the pre-1954 titles in the NBIL supplement. These are books in the twenty-two major languages of South Asia selected by a group of Indian scholars for their central importance to humanistic understanding of India. Copies of the films are deposited at South Asia Microfilm Project (Chicago) for use in the US.
- MicroData, India (India-based document management and preservation outsourcing company).
- Nepal-German Manuscript Preservation Project
- Newspapers and Journals Microfilmed by Library of Congress, New Delhi
A searchable database of South Asian newspapers and periodicals on microfilm being filmed by LC, New Delhi. (An alternate version, presented as simple tables by country, is somewhat out of date.)
- Pamphlet Collections Microfiched by Library of Congress, New Delhi
(An outdated alternative version also exists.)
- SAMP: South Asian Microform Project
- Selected Sanskrit MSS in the Wellcome Institute, London (Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine. Includes forms for ordering microfilm copies of the manuscripts)
- LexisNexis-UPA (microfilm publishers)