Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute
Oriental scholars all over the world have always favored the 86 Volumes old Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute, more popularly known as the Annals, as the medium to publish their research. The high quality research papers, essays and editorial works published in Annals have earned heights of authenticity and recognition for the Annals from scholars in the last 90 years of its existence.
The Annals receives about a hundred research papers, essays, books etc. per year and the editors select a few quality papers for publishing. New entries on the Oriental bookshelves are reviewed in the Annals.
In exchange of the Annals BORI receives other Research Journals from the world over which leads to a much desired scholastic dialogue.
The Annals has seen Gurus like Dr. S. K. Belvalkar, Dr. A. D. Pusalkar and Dr. R. N. Dandekar as the editors in the past. Now under the able editorship of Dr. M. G. Dhadphale and Dr. G. U. Thite, and with its 87th Volume in the making, the Annals promises to be as authentic and trustworthy ever for decades to come...
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