Indian Digital Library, repository and archive (PLATFORM FOR AUTHORS №1)
ELIB.ORG.IN and international cooperation

ELIB.ORG.IN sends data about all posted publications to partner libraries around the world (open the interactive map), social networks and search engines.

ELIB.ORG.IN protects your copyrights, helps you find partners and investors, increases your scholarly citation index, and gives you access to your copyrighted heritage.

Preserving the past, collecting the present, and helping to build the future \ ELIB.ORG.IN

ELIB.ORG.IN is a digital library, repository and archive for the preservation of scientific and literary works of Indian and foreign authors. The project works on the principles of free participation: everyone can register and save their scientific or literary works. Read and publish with ELIB.ORG.IN!

PLATFORM'S TARGET AUDIENCE: Scientists · Teachers · Students · Writers · Researchers · Archivists · Publishers · Famous figures
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE ATTITUDE OF TANZANIAN AND ZAMBIAN STUDENTS TO THEIR COMPATRIOTS OF EUROPEAN AND SOUTH ASIAN ORIGIN Tanzania Keywords:, Zambia, tolerance, nation, students, diaspora Unlike Tanzania, Zambia, like most post-colonial African States…
4 hours ago
5 hours ago
Keywords: Mozambique, Africa, China, India, Brazil, economic assistance, mutually beneficial trade, investment The interest of the BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India) is growing rapidly right befo…
6 hours ago
Keywords: civil wars, africa, liberia, poro, sande, religious rituals At the turn of the 20th and 21st centuries, Liberia experienced two civil wars that were directly related to each other and were c…
13 hours ago
Keywords: oriental studies, African studies, gender studies, gender inequality, gender balance, social emancipation, mixed marriages, violence, domestic violence, terrorism, conflict, family conflict, women's rights Round table " Terrorism and violence in …
14 hours ago
On January 27-29, 1999, the Faculty of History of the Lomonosov Moscow State University hosted the "XI Sergeyev Readings" dedicated to the memory of a prominent Russian antiquarian, Professor B. S. Sergeev, who for a number of years headed the Department o…
2 days ago
SYRIA AND the EAST (Russian version of the Cambridge Ancient History chapter) * This publication aims to introduce readers to the Russian original of the first part of the fifth chapter of the seventh volume of the Cambridge Ancient History, written by the…
2 days ago
Archbishop Athanasius of Alexandria went down in history as an outstanding church figure, and his name is associated with a tense and long struggle with Arianism on the most important trinitarian issue for Christianity at that time. The definition of faith…
2 days ago
Introductory article, translation from ancient Greek and commentary by S. M. Perevalov (c)2001 FLAVII ARRIANI ACIES CONTRA ALANOS Greek military literature is poorly known here, primarily due to the lack of modern Russian translations. Alphonse Deng (1896…
2 days ago
HOARD OF GOLD BOSPORAN STATERS OF THE II-III centuries AD FROM THE VILLAGE OF KAZANSKAYA * In 1972, a treasure trove of staters of the Bosporan kings Sauromat II (174-210/211) and Reskuporid III (211-226) was found in the village of Kazanskaya near Kropotk…
2 days ago
On December 28, Vasily Ivanovich Abayev turned 100 years old. Probably, none of the readers of our journal needs to be reminded of its role in the development of Russian science. Almost all the Irania…
2 days ago
On May 29, 2000, Yuri Germanovich Vinogradov's life suddenly and tragically ended. Nothing foreshadowed trouble: Yuri Germanovich was in the prime of his creative powers, worked hard, made big plans f…
2 days ago
Among the nearly nine thousand ostracos (potsherds preserved from the famous Athenian ostracophoria), found in the 1960s by German archaeologists on the outer Pottery and only now gradually introduced into scientific use, there are, as recently turned out,…
2 days ago
(Moscow, 29-30 June ) The next conference of the Russian Association of Antiquarians was held on June 29-30, 2000 in Moscow, in the premises of the Institute of General History of the Russian Academy …
2 days ago
The significance of mass actions in the political life of ancient Greece has been repeatedly discussed by historians. However, attention was paid primarily to the Hellenistic period, or it was about organized actions. In this paper, I will attempt to analy…
2 days ago
FIRST WAVE OF SOUTHWARD MIGRATION OF INDO-IRANIANS * In memory of I. M. Diakonov I. The problem of the Indo-Iranian ancestral homeland The question of the origin of the Indo-Aryans occupied not the le…
2 days ago
(Apol. Rhod. IV. 320) 1 (c) 2000г. The problem of interethnic contacts in the Northern Black Sea region of the Early Iron Age has always been of great interest to researchers. Special attention was pa…
2 days ago
March 5, 2000 marks the 80th anniversary of Doctor of Philology, Professor Viktor Noyevich Yarkho , an outstanding scientist and teacher, whose works are widely known not only in all the republics of the former Soviet Union, but also in many countries of t…
2 days ago
By the middle of the fourth century, monasticism had already established itself quite powerfully as a new phenomenon within the Church. At this time, the formation of the main forms of monastic life - anachoretic and cinovial. The first monastic charters w…
2 days ago
The discussion on the pages of the "Bulletin of Ancient History" within the framework of the round table "Sarmatians in the first century AD: the latest discoveries" will touch upon a private but important question about the tribal affiliation of the Sarma…
2 days ago
In 1996, the Derbent archaeological expedition of the Institute of History, Archeology and Ethnography of the Dagestan Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences conducted visual surveys of the Derbent fortifications in parallel with the excavati…
2 days ago
In Herodotus ' account of the Scythian invasion of Palestine, one can find echoes of three events of the seventh century BC: the existence of a threat "from the north" to the inhabitants of Syria and Palestine, the desecration of Palestinian temples, and t…
3 days ago
Introduction, verse translation from Avestan and comments by I. M. Steblin-Kamensky "Lord, grant me a good thought" From Bedtime prayers: 1st Prayer, St. John Chrysostom, 4 a.m. "...The light of the resurrection power dominates the earth..." Nikolai Gumile…
3 days ago
Igor Mikhailovich Diakonov, one of the world's largest and most authoritative experts on the ancient East, was born on January 12, 1915 (according to Novomustil) and died after a long serious illness on May 2, 1999. Between these two dates-63 years of scie…
3 days ago
A previously unpublished terracotta half-figure of a nude woman (Fig. 1-2) was received by the Hermitage in 1851 as part of the Pizzati collection (1). It should be noted that the accepted naming of s…
3 days ago
As G. A. Pugachenkova correctly emphasized in all her publications devoted to the royal pavilion of Halchayana (1), the characters appearing on the reliefs made of unfired clay are concrete historical…
3 days ago
Among the many inserted episodes of the Mahabharata, one of the most famous is "The Story of Savitri "(III. 277-283). It has been repeatedly translated into various languages, including Russian (1). T…
3 days ago
 Introductory article, translated from Coptic, notes and afterword by M. K. Trofimova (*) (c)2000г. Chapter 144 ..(after that they bring her (soul) to the rivers of fire and the seas of fire) and punish her in them for another 6 months and 8 days. After …
3 days ago
Not so long ago, in an article devoted to new epigraphic materials from the Tauric Chersonesus, E. I. Solomonik published a photo of a fragment of marble page 112 plates with the remains of a badly damaged inscription. The text of the fragment is reproduce…
3 days ago
Ed. by the Finnish Oriental Society. Helsinki. V. 65. 1989. 294 p.; idem. India and the Hellenistic World // Ibid. V. 83. 1997. 439 p. Long gone are the days when Indologists read Latin and Greek flue…
3 days ago
In southern Turkmenistan, at the foot of the Kopet Dag, a few kilometers from Ashgabat, the village of Bagir is located, and there are two ancient settlements-Old Nisa and New Nisa. Even before archaeological excavations began on these ancient settlements,…
3 days ago
The manuscript tradition of Horace contains several hundred codices (1), but its study is traditionally limited to the study of the text of a small group of early manuscripts, of which thirteen manusc…
3 days ago
This paper is written as part of a more extensive study of the early history of the study of constellations in Mesopotamia, and is an attempt to obtain an additional criterion for determining the time…
3 days ago
Foreign direct investment (FDI) is a key component of global capital flows. Experience in attracting and using FDI shows that, with appropriate government policies, it is an important source of renewal of production and acceleration of economic growth. FDI…
7 days ago
Keywords: Rwanda, genocide, historical memory, international forums In 2014 Rwanda has celebrated an important historical milestone: the 20th anniversary of the Tutsi genocide (April 6-July 14, 1994). Traditionally, from April 7 to April 14, Rwanda hosted …
7 days ago
Keywords: South Africa, litvaki, photography, Nelson Mandela, Eli Weinberg The wave of emigration of Litvaks 1 to South Africa (now South Africa) began at the end of the 19th century, for several reasons. First, there were Jewish pogroms in Russia, and alt…
7 days ago
Files · Photos · Sounds · Articles · Polls · Biographies · Books · News
latest · Top
Important information for authors

Why is it important to save your scholarly work in a digital library?

There are many reasons why it is important to keep your scholarly work online. Let's focus on the main ones:
  1. Wide access: The Internet allows researchers and scholars around the world easy access to your scholarly work. This is especially important for those who live or work in remote countries or regions or sparsely populated areas where access to scholarly publications may be limited.
  2. Preservation and dissemination of knowledge: The preservation and dissemination of scientific works on the Internet ensures the preservation and dissemination of knowledge that can be used to advance science. This helps avoid duplication of research and facilitates access to previous works, which contributes to faster human progress.
  3. Citation: Storing research papers online at a specific address provides a permanent link to your work, making it easier for other scientists to cite and use your research. It also helps to increase your citation index in academia.
  4. Archiving: Storing research papers online ensures that they are archived and preserved for the future. This is important so that researchers can access previous works and use them in their own research.
  5. Dissemination of ideas: Keeping scientific papers online provides an opportunity to disseminate ideas and research results to a wide audience. This can lead to a broader discussion of ideas and a faster dissemination of knowledge in the scientific community.

What can I save in a digital library?

In a digital library, authors can save all kinds of digital information:
  1. E-books: digital versions of books, which can be saved in PDF, DJVU, or other e-book formats.
  2. Scientific articles: scientific publications that can be saved in text form for reading from a computer screen or other gadget or in PDF or other electronic article formats (in which case articles can also be read from both desktop and mobile device screens).
  3. Journals: digital versions of journals that can be saved in PDF or other electronic journal formats.
  4. Audio and video materials: lecture recordings, music, movies and other video and audio files. Audio files are stored in a special storage, and we recommend uploading videos to Youtube and then inserting a link to them in your publications in the library.
  5. Documents: different types of documents, such as brochures, manuals, reports, articles, and other documents. There is a special section for files in the library.
  6. Maps and drawings: different types of graphic images, including maps, charts, drawings, diagrams, and other types of images. They can be stored in the Photo Documents section.
  7. Electronic textbooks and learning materials: digital versions of textbooks, study guides, and other learning materials.
  8. Electronic newspapers: digital versions of newspapers that can be saved in PDF or other electronic newspaper formats.
  9. Photos: digital images of photos and other graphic materials.
  10. Archival materials: digital versions of documents and other materials from archives and museums.
  11. Research information: digital versions of articles, reports, dissertations, and other research-related materials.
  12. Electronic diaries: digital versions of diaries and other personal entries. The library has a special section for author diaries, where you can keep entries in chronological order.
  13. Electronic patents: digital versions of patents and other documents related to intellectual property.
  14. Internet Archives: electronic versions of web pages and other online materials that can be saved in archiving programs and uploaded for preservation in the library.
  15. Computer programs and applications: digital versions of software, applications, and games.
  16. Electronic dictionaries and reference books: digital versions of various dictionaries and reference books on various topics.
  17. Music: digital versions of music, albums, and other audio materials.
  18. Digital maps: electronic versions of maps, geographic and topographic data.

Why is the digital library free for authors and readers?

All services to authors and readers are provided free of charge. So it was, so it is and so it will be. There are several reasons why the library stores and makes available information published by authors for free:
  1. Accessibility. Free access to information makes it available to all users, regardless of their financial status or location. This is important to ensure equal access to education and information for all.
  2. Dissemination of knowledge. The purpose of digital libraries is to disseminate knowledge and information throughout the world. Free access to information contributes to this goal because it allows people to access the latest scientific discoveries and other important information resources.
  3. Social effect. Many authors, especially those who publish their works in the electronic library, do not receive direct financial benefits from their publications, but do so in order to promote science and disseminate knowledge. Providing free access to their work helps them achieve this goal.
Library Partners


Editorial Contacts
Chat for Authors: IN LIVE: We are in social networks:

About · News · For Advertisers

Indian Digital Library ® All rights reserved.
2023-2024, ELIB.ORG.IN is a part of Libmonster, international library network (open map)
Preserving the Indian heritage


US-Great Britain Sweden Serbia
Russia Belarus Ukraine Kazakhstan Moldova Tajikistan Estonia Russia-2 Belarus-2

Create and store your author's collection at Libmonster: articles, books, studies. Libmonster will spread your heritage all over the world (through a network of affiliates, partner libraries, search engines, social networks). You will be able to share a link to your profile with colleagues, students, readers and other interested parties, in order to acquaint them with your copyright heritage. Once you register, you have more than 100 tools at your disposal to build your own author collection. It's free: it was, it is, and it always will be.

Download app for Android