This resource guide has been designed for students in The Vernacular in South Asia: Language, Culture and Politics, a Fall 2020 course taught by Sravanthi Kollu, a College Fellow in the Department of South Asian Studies at Harvard University.
Please reach out to your librarian, Ramona Crawford, as questions arise. I'll be delighted to help!
Writing with stylus on wax tablet. Drawing of a stone sculpture from Khajuraho in north-central India.
10th-11th century A.D. as cited in F. Dales, George. "South Asia’s Earliest Writing,” Expedition Magazine
9.4 (1967): n. pag. Penn Museum, <http://www.penn.museum/sites/expedition/?p=1756>