Monday, October 31, 2005

Clay Sanskrit Library

Saturday, October 29, 2005

Sanskrit Language - Origin - Similarities to Baltic lists Latvian equivalent of many Sanskrit words.

Thursday, October 27, 2005

Sacred-Texts: Hinduism
Vedas, Upanishads, Other Primary Texts, Epics: Mahabharata, Ramayana, Bhagavad Gita, Vedanta.

Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Hindi Resources, Resources for Learning Hindi.

Prem Pahlajrai's Home Page contains
* Round-table discussion on Textual Interpretation & South Asian History Thurs, Oct 27 2005
* The Authorship of the Pañcadaśī and the Textual Context of its Tr̥ptidīpa-prakaraṇa - MA Thesis, 2005
Doxographies - Why six darśanas? Which six? - 2004 Graduate Student Colloquium presentation
* Different Varieties of Vedānta - 2003 Graduate Student Colloquium presentation
* Unicode HTML Version of Monier-Williams Sanskrit English Dictionary
* Hindi home page
* The Alan Entwistle Indian Gods & Goddesses Image Collection (part of the Eastern Religions RELIG 202 course page)
* The Alan W. Entwistle Indian Hindi Poster Collection (part of the Resources for learning Hindi page)
* Pañcadaśī Chapter 7
* Sanskrit Paradigms

Visit the Digital Library of India: Hosted by RMSC IIIT Hyderabad, Regional Mega Scanning Centre IIIT Hyderabad in co-operation with
IISc, CMU, NSF, ERNET and MCIT for the Govt. of India and 21 participating centres.

Friday, October 21, 2005

The Sanskrit Heritage site of Gerard Huet has hypertext as well printable Sanskrit-French dictionary, declension tables for Sanskrit substantives, searchable declension and conjugation engines, Sanskrit Reader-Parser-Tagger, and a portal of links to Sanskrit/Sanskrit-French Resources. Gerard has impressive background and interests. His involvement in Yoga is exemplary as it forms non-academic life nurturing application of what is Sanskrit.

Saturday, October 15, 2005

Blogging in Style for Marathi! Visit pkls.com and read texts in Marathi unicode. There is a List of Marathi Devanagari Bloggers - मराठी ब्लॉग लिहिणार्‍यांची यादी By pawan. Browse through the list. Also visit http://marathiblogs.net/. These are treasure links for Marathi literature and a trend of the future. Submit additional links you have found and participate.

Tuesday, October 11, 2005

108 Beads on a Mala
Mystical significance of the number 108

Monday, October 10, 2005

Yaska: Nirukta
Yaska's Nirukta

[Advaita-l] Bhavani Astakam by Adi Sankaracharya
With English translation on http://lists.advaita-vedanta.org/

Sunday, October 09, 2005

Satsangh, Puja and Bhajan Index,
Indexed links to major puja-s

Saturday, October 08, 2005

Shri Rajarajeswari Peetham Official Website,
English translation of Chandi Patha

Index to English translations of many sanskrit stotra-s by P.R.Ramachander.
I.Prayers addressed to Vishnu: Achyuthashtakam, Bhaja Govindam, Madhurashtakam, Mukunda Mala, Nama Ramayanam, Namam Japikkuga(From Malayalam), Narayana Suktham, Samkshepa Ramayanam, Sree Vishnu shodasa nama stotram, Thiruppavai(From Tamil), Venkatesa suprabatham, Vishnu sahasranamam
II.Prayers addressed to Shiva: Shiva panchakshara stotram, Shivaparadha kshamapana stotram, Thiruvembavai(From Tamil), Shivanada lahari.
III. Prayers addressed to mother Goddess: Abhirami andhathi (From Tamil), Annapurnashtakam, Devi mahathmya Sthothra Ashtakam, Indrakshi Sthothram, Kanaka Dhara Sthothram, Lalitha sahasranamam, Lalitha trishathi, Mahalakshmi ashtakam, Soundarya Lahari.
IV. Vedic Hyms: Laghu nyasa, Rudram, Chamakam, Purusha suktham, Narayana suktham, Sri Suktham, Vishnu suktham
V. Prayers addressed to other Gods: Adithya hrudayam, Anjaneya stotram, Ayyappa suprabatham(From Malayalam), Dattatreya stotram, Guha panchakam, Hanumath stotram, Jnanappana(From Malayalam), Mathru panchakam, Nava Graha Sthothram, Narada Bhakthi Suthram, Nirvana shatakam, Nithya sthotra parayanam, Surya ashtakam.
VI. Parayana material: Sundara kandam, Devi Mahatmyam

Monday, October 03, 2005

VedaRahasya.Net, compilation of English translations of many upanishads, and other sanskrit texts.

Sunday, October 02, 2005

Klaus Glashoff has initiated an experiment with online dictionary for spoken Sanskrit at http://spokensanskrit.de. He says, "the wordlist I began with is not optimal and has to be changed considerably. It is planned to introduce also small Sanskrit sentences into the dictionary. `Ancient' terms have to be deleted and a standard for the grammatical structure of the entries has to be imposed." (The project was initiated from the glossary available at http://sanskrit.gde.to/dict/.) Klaus invites "critical remarks and hints for improvements" and is looking for partners for improving the dictionary. Respond to his request at his site contact.

The out of print edition of
"Gods and Heroes of the Bhagavad Gita," by Geoffrey A. Barborka is available at Theosophical University Press Online for download.

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