Fellows of The Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland
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Fellows of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland are the individuals who have been elected by the Council of the Royal Asiatic Society to further "the investigation of subjects connected with and for the encouragement of science literature and the arts in relation to Asia". Fellows are entitled to use the honorific post-nominal letters F.R.A.S.
The Society was established in London in 1823 and received its Royal Charter from King George IV the following year. Since then, the Society has been a forum, through lectures, its journal, and other publications, for scholarship relating to Asian Studies of the highest level. The Royal Asiatic Society is the United Kingdom's senior learned society in Asian Studies, and is patronised by His Royal Highness The Prince Charles, Prince of Wales. At present the Society has about 700 Fellows, of whom half live abroad, and many of whom are highly accomplished and notable scholars of Asian Studies.
- Sir Jehangir Hormasji Kothari
- Henry Thomas Colebrooke
- Sir Richard Francis Burton
- Sir Alexander Johnston
- Thomas Manning
- Sir Henry Creswicke Rawlinson
- Brian Houghton Hodgson
- Sir Gore Ouseley
- Sir George T Staunton
- Sir William Wilson Hunter
- Sir Stamford Raffles
- Raja Ram Mohan Roy
- Sir Syed Ahmed Khan
- Sir Jamsetjee Jejeebhoy
- Sir William Jones
- Sir Aurel Stein
- Sir Wilfred Thesiger
- Rabindranath Tagore
- Sir Richard O. Winstedt
- Professor Dr. Ahmad Hasan Dani
- Professor Johann Georg Bühler
- Professor David Marshall Lang
- Professor Anthony Stockwell
- Elizabeth Anne McCaul Finn
- Professor Dr. George V. Tsereteli
- Professor Satyabrata Rai Chowdhuri
- Professor Francis Robinson
- William Lancaster
- Ustad Aashish Khan Debsharma
- Albert Étienne Jean Baptiste Terrien de Lacouperie (d. 1894)
- Charles Malouf Samaha, Esq.
- Eric Newby
- Professor Omer Salim Khan ( Omer Tarin )
- William Dalrymple
- Dr Levan Z. Urushadze
- Prof Dr Jamal Malik
- Professor Dr Tariq Rahman
- Dr Anna Suvorova
- Dr Avril Powell, Emeritus Reader in the History of Islam in South Asia, Department of History, SOAS
- Dr Otto F. von Feigenblatt
- Prof Dr Carl Edwin Lindgren  Travels to Southeast Asia, meetings with Sir Arthur C. Clarke and archaeological and anthropological research.
- J.M. Gullick British Orientalist and specialist in Malay affairs
- Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland List of Fellows, Library Associates and Subscribing Libraries, 1994, pg 19
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