is a Tata Trusts funded quarterly Indian arts magazine and a publisher of books on the arts, based in Mumbai, India. It began in 1946, with writer Mulk Raj Anand as its founding editor who intended it to be a loose encyclopaedia of the arts of India and related civilisation.
Due to limited print runs, early issues of Marg had gone out of print over the years with copies difficult to access from libraries, booksellers and the second-hand trade. A total digitization of 240 magazines was planned with the project aiming to cater to frequent requests from academicians, universities, connoisseurs and their subscribing readers.
Marg teamed up with Live Pages as their suitable technology service provider in accomplishing their mammoth Digitization goal and the project has been executed in the most quantifiable fashion.
Users can now order and download articles and entire magazines from the very first one in 1946. The richly designed, well-researched issues that are a hallmark of Marg now are just a click away.