Good resource listings can be found at the following
Indica et Buddhica contains texts in Sanskrit as well as lexica in Sanskrit, Tibetan, and English.
French Books on India is an ever-expanding e-library arranged in chronological order. The site lists books from 1531 to 2016, giving access to full-text copies of hundreds of titles that appeared before 1939 and offering short critical summaries of the most important items written by international experts.
Listed below are some specialized collections.
SOUTH ASIA RESOURCE ACCESS ON THE INTERNET
Most databases we license index journal articles; a few, like JSTOR, provide full text access. See the guide to Journal Articles for general tips. See also this guide on "database standard features," esp. boolean searches. Most of the content of major databases is indexed in the Combined Search tab of DiscoverE. So it may be useful to search there first.
Beyond Emory, try the following.
Among the more subject-specific databases of possible interest to South Asian Studies, try the following.
Consult the general guide on Current Awareness or Alert Services on how to obtain email or rss notices about new books, journal tables of contents, database updates, and more. DiscoverE offers RSS feeds for searches so you can get updates on any new search hits. We can also provide alerts from our main vendor of English language works published in the U.S. and U.K., Yankee Book Publishers.
Savifa, the "virtual library of South Asia" based in Germany, offers Table of Contents alerts for around 80 journals with a focus on South Asian studies.
Some sample feeds from commercial publishers can be found in boxes below.
InformaWorld hosts journals, eBooks, abstract databases and reference works published by Taylor & Francis, and Routledge and offers feeds for the following:
IngentaConnect is a competing aggregator and offers similar services.
See also indology blogs, and most of the major distributors of books published in South Asia.
Google Alerts will email updates to your own Google searches.
Finally, join one of the field's major listservs.