- The South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation
a platform for the people of South Asia to work together
in a spirit of friendship, trust and understanding. Its
documentation center and library, located in New Delhi,
provides information services to Member States.
Words Without Borders (September 2010)
The September 2010 issue of Words Without Borders (a web magazine of world literature) showcases Urdu fiction from India, guest edited and translated by Muhammad Umar Memon, emeritus professor of Urdu, Persian and Islamic Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
- South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal
First online journal devoted to social studies on South Asia, which publishes research-based articles in extenso and free of cost, while still applying the basic rules of all scientific journals. Written by professional academics as well as doctoral students, every article has been anonymously reviewed by two referees before publication. Its scope is multidisciplinary, covering studies in history, geography, anthropology, sociology, political science and economy.
- The South Asian Network
Promotes the health and empowerment of people
of South Asian origin living in California, and fills a critical service
gap in the South Asian Community, which traditionally has been underserved
by public interest organizations.
- South Asia Resource Access on the Internet
is hosted by Columbia University and is one of the best sources for finding
web-based information in South Asian studies. It provides useful links to
reference and bibliographical resources, e-journals, e-news, e-boooks, and
also International Directory of South Asian scholars.
- the South Asia Research Network
has been created to promote the production, exchange, and dissemination
of basic research information in the social sciences and humanities. It
provides links to electronic publications, research notes, abstracts, research
centres, and conferences.
- The Swedish South Asian Studies Network
is a national network for research, education, and information about South
Asia, based at Lund University. It encourages and promotes an open and dynamic
networking process in which Swedish researchers co-operate with researchers
in South Asia and globally.
- the South Asian Women Network
is a useful medium of communication about South Asian women. it exists
entirely in the electronic medium and its mailing list is run by a group
of volunteer moderators that reaches over 700 women in four continents.