AIIT launches new website and blog!

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The Ancient India and Iran Trust is very excited to be able to announce the launch of its brand new website and blog at www.indiran.org!

We have been eager for some time to redesign the website and in addition to improved access and overall design, the site also has some great new resources including a brand new Library page, with information on our Manuscript and Photographic Collections, as well as Private Papers and Archives.  You can also search our catalogue of over 30,000 books online, via Cambridge University Library’s brand new search facility iDiscover.

Take a look at What’s On or Who’s Who at the Trust on our new People page and do get in touch to let us know what you think of our new site.

You can follow us on Facebook, Twitter, or Subscribe on the Blog page to receive all the latest news from the Trust.

The new look blog, in addition to being integrated into our main website, also includes new feature categories; Book News and Stories from the Collection. Look out soon for some additional People pages that will give you unique insights into the founding trustees and their archives at the trust!

As a result of the launch of our new website and blog, no further news or features will be added to this blog site.  If you have previously subscribed to this AIIT blog, we would ask you to please follow the link above to the new blog and re-subscribe there for all our latest news.

 

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