Thursday, March 30, 2006

Kids Safe site 4to40.com - The Idea behind the creation of kids website: "education itself is not enough. That it has a higher goal - of helping our children become better human beings." The awards winning site has well thought out contents suitable for chldren as well as grows-ups, e.g. Stories/Katha, Poems, Folktales, Activities, Games, Discover India, Health, Parenting, and many other features. There are excellent scanned articles by Swami Ramsukhdas (Gita Press) in Hindi. There is a separate section on recommended books in various Indian languages and a provision to submit your own. There are only 2-3 entries for Sanskrit search, however, the idea, concept, volunteer spirit, and its contents fits the purpose of mentioning it here. Thanks to Manpreet and Amarjeet Malik, and the team.

Making Sanskrit musical, an article in The Hindu, Monday, Oct 28, 2002. This is a news item on Mr. Jayaprakash.

A well presented Holy Gita at chinmayahouston.org, commentary on all 701 verses of Shrimad Bhagvad Gita by Swami Chinmayananda. The verses are explained with word by word meanings. The book is also directly available at http://www.journeytothetruth.com/ and is downloadable from other Chinmaya mission center sites. The book contains a chapter on the applicability of the Gita in daily life with Master Answers, complete Gita in audio format, sung with various classical Ragas, and Sanskrit and English alphabetical indices.

Powade archive project, an archive of Maharashtrian Folk Songs form: Ballads. Listen to the complete audio cassette 'povaaDe navyaa yugaache' (Ballads of the New Age).

Friday, March 24, 2006

subhAShitaani, सुभाषितानि compilation, in Unicode Devanagri with English translations, maintained by Karthik Raman at subhashithani.blogspot.com.

Information on the International Association of Sanskrit Studies

Sanskrit quotes, quotations, quotables, proverbs, phrases for inspiration & motivation by Kiran Paranjape.

Reading Sanskrit Improves Brain Functioning - The MUM Review, 6.Feb. 2002, by Brynne Sissom

Thursday, March 23, 2006

A renewed alternative site of aravindaashrame sa.nskR^itam श्री अरविन्दाश्रमे संस्कृतम, The details are given in the sanskritlinks entry of Monday, May 30, 2005.

Notes on Viewing and Creating Documents in Devanagari by Himanshu Pota. The emphasis is on the Unicode use of the Devanagari display. Send any new additional information as updates.

Monday, March 20, 2006

Devanagari & Tamil text, with Yantra-s at ambaa.org. Get to laxmi_kataxam.pdf, yantra1, yantra2, and yantra3 images.

Shrimad Bhagavatam (Bhagavata Purana); the story of Krishna

Friday, March 17, 2006

Hindu God - Goddess & Stotras - Om Shri Online

Thursday, March 09, 2006

South Asia Research Documentation Services (SARDS) 2
SARDS 2 is an electronic database containing bibliographic references to South Asia research articles published in journals, collective volumes, conference proceedings, Festschriften, etc. Its focus is on the humanities and social sciences. To date, over 56.000 fully indexed citations have been made electronically searchable, covering a period of Indological research from 1786 until 2000.

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