Muse India does not endorse any website but recommends sites that carry literary content. We will be happy to hear particularly about sites that focus on any aspect of Indian literature.
http://pkp.ubc.ca/pocol is the site of ‘Postcolonial Text’, a refereed open access journal that publishes articles, book reviews, interviews, poetry and fiction on postcolonial, transnational and indigenous themes.
http://www.sulekha.com is published from the US and has 'the rallying cry: connecting Indians worldwide.' In its literary sections, it enables readers to post their creative works in English and participate in discussion forum.
http://www.telugupeople.com is published from the US and aims 'to bring all Telugu people together.' It's a bilingual site in Telugu and English, and has the facility for readers to post their works.
http://www.anukriti.net is designed to be an information and service site on indian translations. It is sponsored by Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore, National Book Trust, New Delhi and Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi. The site contains bibliographic and informative documents produced by Sahitya Akademi. It also has an e-journal, 'Translation Today.' It provides links to worldwide Translation Associations.
http://www.geocities.com/bipuljyoti/poetry/ is the site of 'Kabita,' the world of Assamese poetry. Features a fine collection of poets and their works.
http://www.geocities.com/bipuljyoti/story/ is the site of 'Galpa,' Assamese short stories featuring several writers.
http://www.urdupoetry.com provides a large collection of ghazals and nazms in transliterated Urdu, indexed alphabetically as well as by poet.
http://www.sahityakunj.net is a site of Hindi literature. Contents are in devanagari script.
http://india.poetryinternational.org/cwolk/view/links gives a selection of interesting Indian poetry and literature websites.
http://www.parabaas.com/translation contains English translations of works by major Bengali authors.
http://www.geotamil.com/ctamils/writers.htm is the site of Pathivukal, an Internet Tamil e-zine. It presents translations of Tamil literature.
http://www.penkatali.org/tamillit.htm contains selections from classical Tamil poetry, in Tamil with English translation.
http://www.lib.washington.edu/Southasia/guides/malayalam.html provides a comprehensive bibliography of Malayalam literature in English translation by Irene Joshi, University of Washington.
http://www.lib.washington.edu/Southasia/guides/hindilit.html contains a bibliography of Hindi literature in English translation by Irene Joshi, University of Washington.
http://www.geocities.com/Athens/5180/engl.html provides bibliography of English commentaries, translations of Tamil literary works and on Tamil religion, by K Kalyanasundaram.
http://www.sahitya-akademi.org is the official website of Sahitya Akademi, India's national academy of letters. Among other details, the site provides a comprehensive list of Akademi's publication in English and all Indian languages.
http://www.cerebration.org is an elegantly designed web journal that attempts to bridge the gap between the academia and the non-academic circles, and is sponsored by the Casperson School of Graduate Studies, Drew University.
http://www.fifthstreetreview.com is an online journal of international literature and culture.
http://www.thewildeast.com is the website of Hong Kong Writers' Circle devoted to developing writing skills.
http://www.quietmountainessays.org is a monthly online journal of original feminist writings in an essays-only format.
http://www.chowk.com is a platform to publish, discuss and debate writings on a variety of issues that are important to the peoples of India, Pakistan and other South Asian countries.
http://www.jazbah.org, published from Seattle, is an internet publication highlighting achievements of Pakistani women.
http://www.kritya.in is an online journal dedicated to poetry. It has both English and Hindi (in Devanagari script) sections featuring past masters as well as contemporary poets.
http://www.openspaceindia.org/talking_poetry.htm - 'Talking Poetry' is a space for learning and discovery, sharing and critiquing, where poetry is celebrated in its many forms; its part workshop and part discussion group.
http://www.poets.org - launched in 1996, Poets.org is an award-winning website of the A
http://te.wikipedia.org/ - is Telugu Wikipedia site; great place to look for Telugu articles.
http://www.telugudanam.co.in/ - is a new website on Telugu information but with good content.
http://www-instruct.nmu.edu/~jsingh/SALA/ - is the website of SALA, South Asian Literary Association, an allied organization of Modern Language Assoc. (MLA) and publishes South Asian Review, a refereed trimester journal.
http://www.usaclals.org is the website of USACLALS, United States Assoc. for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies, which has a focus on Post Colonial studies in relation to cultural context of Americas.
http://pustakam.net is a Telugu site started in Jan 2009, dedicated to books and book reviews.
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