Bhāṣācitra (lit. "language map" in Sanskrit) is a database of linguistic resources on South Asian languages. Drawing from location data compiled from the sources, we map language distributions across the Subcontinent. It is a new kind of bibliography, meant to centralise and ease access to useful linguistic work on all languages of the region.
The map currently includes references, covering lects and referencing locations. See further stats.
Compiled by: Aryaman Arora, Adam Farris, Sāmapriya Vasu, Gopalakrishnan Ramamurthy
Thanks to Kaushalya Perera, John Peterson, and Joan L. G. Baart and Esther L. Baart-Bremer for their bibliographies.