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Exploring digital modes of production and consumption of texts in Indian languages, digitalectics is an initiative to encourage and foster research in interlingual studies combining human and artificial intelligence. It views the digital space as a decolonial space where, by extending the affordances of digital technologies, it offers to open polylogic spaces of indigenous knowledge and shared histories.  

Under this project, we aim:

* To compile a glossary of comparative key-terms in poetry traditions across Indian languages identifying conceptual overlaps and variations

* To develop research models on interlingual poetics combining conventional and digital methods

* To create a digital repository of audio visual content in the form of podcasts on Digital Humanities.