The Digital Library of Indiainitiative has scanned and placed online, over 5,30,000 books on various subjects. They are available free of cost from the website of Digital Library of India and its mirror sites – http://220.127.116.11/, http://www.new1.dli.ernet.in/ and http://www.new.dli.gov.in/ where these books can be viewed as scanned images. Digital Library of India has recently launched a new site where books can be directly downloaded in PDF format.
More than 50,000 books touch upon Indology, Sanskrit literature and Hindu religious texts, including the Vedas and other scriptures. A lot of them are rare and not available elsewhere and come from University libraries like the TTD/RSVP Sanskrit university at Tirupati, Sringeri Math etc.
3rd Dec 2017: It seems DLI has shut down its old website and transferred all books to https://archive.org/details/digitallibraryindia
All books are now available as PDF files. Those who prefer to have DJVU, TIFF, etc have that option too.
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Year of Publication
History and criticism, Civilization, Congresses, Kannada language, History, Women authors, Biography, Kannada Authors, Comparative Literature, Sanskrit literature, Criticism and interpretation, Dalit authors, Women in literature, Literature, Comparative, Women and literature, Authors, Kannada, Book reviews, Politics and government, Research, Art
India, Karnataka (India), Karnataka, Carnatic (India), South Kanara, india, Africa, Bombay, Hassan (District), Hassan (India : District), Hyderabad (State), Kannada, Keḷadi (Kingdom), Mūḍubidri, Srāvana Belgola (India), Sulya, Tulunadu, bermingham university, karnataka, mysore
Dattatreya Ramachandra Bendre (1896-1981), Kuvempu (1904-), Neminātha, B. R. Ambedkar (1891-1956), Beḷagere Kr̥ṣṇaśāstri (1920-), Dēvēndrakumāra Hakāri (1931-), E. En Mūrtirāv (1900-), Ec Tippērudrasvāmi (1928-), El Basavarāju, En Raṅganātha Śarma (1916-)
who have written the most books on this subject
Harogadde Manappa Nayak, 14 books
L. S. Seshagiri Rao, 10 books
G. S. Amur, 7 books
U. R. Anantha Murthy, 7 books
Kr̥ṣṇakumār, Si. Pi., 7 books
A. N. Krishnarao, 7 books
Prabhāvati, Es. Vi., 6 books
T. V. Venkatachala Sastry, 6 books
Maruḷayya, Sā. Śi., 6 books
Sumatīndra Nāḍiga, 5 books
Rāmacandran, Si. En., 5 books
Baragūru Rāmacandrappa, 5 books
Masti Venkatesa Iyengar, 5 books
Kalaburgi, Eṃ. Eṃ., 5 books
G. H. Nāyaka, 5 books
G. S. Sivarudrappa, 5 books
E. En Mūrtirāv, 4 books
Javarayya, Ma. Na., 4 books
Mugaḷi, Ram. Śrī., 4 books
G. P. Rajaratnam, 4 books
Deve Gowda Javare Gowda, 4 books
Hodigere Shanubhouge Venkatesha Murthy, 4 books
Kurtakōṭi, Ke. Ḍi., 3 books
Hariharapriya, 3 books
Gaṇēś, Ār. Śatāvadhāni, 3 books
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