Based at the University of Chicago, the Digital Dictionaries of South Asia (DDSA) project was funded with monies provided by the Office of International Education and Graduate Programs at the US Department of Education. The goal of the project was bring together a range of South Asian dictionaries for scholars and others working with documents of all types. Currently, there are over 25 dictionaries available on the site, and visitors can look over a list of available titles on the homepage. Some of the languages covered here include Gujarati, Marathi, Sanskrit, and Urdu. It's a remarkable collection, and for those doing work in a range of fields (such as linguistics and comparative literature) it will be a resource they will want to share with others.


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