Resources

This page is meant to provide links to relevant scholarly resources online. It is a work in progress and will be updated regularly. It is not meant to include the personal websites of individual scholars, specific departments, or scholarly organizations, but rather online tools, databases, reference materials and the like. If you have any suggestions or comments regarding the content of this page, please contact Matthew Dasti.

 Encyclopedias

The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, whose Indian and Tibetan section is slowly being built up, edited by Jan Westerhoff, Jay Garfield, and Jonardon Ganeri: http://plato.stanford.edu/search/searcher.py?query=indian

The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, whose Indian Philosophy section is edited by our own Shyam Ranganathan: http://www.iep.utm.edu/category/traditions/indian/

Dictionaries and Philological Tools

The Monier Williams Dictionary online: http://www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de/monier/

Pāli dictionary (Pāli text society): http://dsal.uchicago.edu/dictionaries/pali/

Tibetan/English/Sanskrit (Sarat Chandra Das) and Buddhist Sanskrit (Edgerton) dictionaries: http://doc.thanhsiang.org/Online_Dic/

Richard Mahoney’s Indica et Buddhica, with dictionaries, tables, searches within Buddhist texts and the like: http://indica-et-buddhica.org/

Textual Repositories, Databases, and Bibliographies

Karl Potter’s bibliography to the Encyclopedia of Indian Philosophies: http://faculty.washington.edu/kpotter/

The GRETIL project: http://gretil.sub.uni-goettingen.de/#Intro

Dominik Wujastyk and Patrick McAllister’s SARIT, with searches within texts: http://sarit.indology.info/

TITUS: an advanced Gretil, especially useful for the ancient period of Indian philosophy: http://titus.uni-frankfurt.de/indexe.htm

Birgit Kellner’s et al. Digital Corpus of Sanskrit texts: http://kjc-fs-cluster.kjc.uni-heidelberg.de/dcs/

the Digital Library of India: http://www.dli.ernet.in/

Philpapers.org’s Indian philosophy section, edited by our own Christian Coseru: http://philpapers.org/browse/indian-philosophy

Richard Mahoney’s Indica et Buddhica, with dictionaries, tables, searches within Buddhist texts and the like: http://indica-et-buddhica.org/

Tools for Prospective Students

The Indian Philosophy Blog’s listing of graduate programs in Indian Philosophy in North America: http://indianphilosophyblog.org/2014/03/17/the-philosophical-rasika-report-listings-of-ph-d-programs-in-indian-philosophy-part-i-north-america/

The Indian Philosophy Blog’s listing of graduate programs in Indian Philosophy in Europe: http://indianphilosophyblog.org/2014/03/26/phd-programs-in-indian-philosophy-part-2-europe/

H-Net Buddhism’s listing of graduate programs in Buddhist Studies: https://networks.h-net.org/node/6060/pages/6886/graduate-programs-buddhist-studies

Sample Syllabi

(this will be updated regularly; please consider sending us syllabi to broaden our pool)

Buddhism and Early Vedanta by Andrew Nicholson

Buddhist Philosophy by Stephen Harris

Critical Thinking in Advaita Vedanta by Ayon Maharaj

Hinduism and Buddhism by Jonathan Edelmann

 

Introduction to Hindu Philosophy by Edwin Bryant

Comparative Epistemology (“Epistemology Without Borders”) by Nilanjan Das

Miscellanea

H-Net Buddhism’s Buddhist Studies links: https://networks.h-net.org/node/6060/pages/6068/buddhist-studies-links-hosted-members

History of Philosophy without Any Gaps, by Peter Adamson: special series on India with Jonardon Ganeri: http://historyofphilosophy.net/india

Timeline of Indian philosophers for the same series: http://historyofphilosophy.net/timeline-india

Andrew Ollett’s thread on Digital Methods in the Study of Indian Philosophy.