Monday, April 24, 2006

Professor Yano's Pancanga (version 3) based on Suryasiddhanta.

Sunday, April 23, 2006

Marathi Wordnet A Lexical Database for Marathi Resource Center for Indian Language Technology Solutions, Indian Institute of Technology - Bombay, Mumbai. It is more than a conventional Marathi dictionary. It gives different relations between synsets or synonym sets which represent unique concepts.

A similar Hindi webnet is also setup for Hindi.

Saturday, April 22, 2006

"Let us get Sanskrit back to our daily life" is the motivation behind the site www.samskrutam.com which also gets directed from esanskrit.com. An effort initiated by Biswajit and Indrajit Dash, Anuja Satapathy, and Jyoti Prakash Mishra, based in Bhubaneswar, India, trying to spread Sanskrit awareness is commendable. The sections such as Tutorial - Literature - Education - Resources - Sentences - Slokas - Stories - Dictionary - News are under development. Devanagari portion including simple sentences and some subhashitas are presented in Sanskrit 2003 संस्कृत Font format. A dictionary interface with Sanskrit as well as transliteration based search is allowed and is being built. Wish them to have resources, time, patience, and financial support for long time to come.

sanskrit transliteration at a glance

This chart shows the letters of the Devanagari script used to write Sanskrit, their unicode values, and their equivalents in three of the most commonly used transliteration schemes. The reverse transliteration concept is explored. A comparison is made between IAST (International Alphabet for Sanskrit Transliteration), plain latin letters, ITRANS, and Harvard Kyoto systems of encoding. Also, visit Alan little’s main page, yoga and photography by alan little and read his Indian diary with rare photographs.

Sanskrit � RKMH Portal, Sri Ramakrishna Math, Hyderabad. The Institute teaches the Sanskrit Language at six levels - First junior, Second junior, First senior, Second senior, Diploma I and Diploma II. The duration of each level is three months. For details regarding admissions, please visit Admissions section.

Participate in translating Google pages in Sanskrit. You will need to sign in your account. Go to google.co.in, select Preferences, get to "If you do not find your native language in the pulldown above, you can help Google create it through our "Google in Your Language program". Get to "Google Main Search Site" as it is more than half done, and then to "Edit existing translations" to see what has been already translated. (Of course one wonders, with so much money Google makes, why it is not getting this done professionally than rely on WikiPedia type volunteers? All are same though, we also want it free!)

Friday, April 21, 2006

Now online, the Chowkhamba Sanskrit series office - Publishers and distributors of rare books of sanskrit.

Indus to Sanskrit : Part I "Sanskrit is genealogically related to the Indus language." Dr.Madhusudan Mishra has written books and articles on the subject of decipherment of the Indus script, Indus valley civilization, and relation to Sanskrit. The site includes comments by the author on the Books on Decipherment, Concept of Sarasvati, The basis of the Vedic mythology, a review of other attempts to decipherment, an Indus dctionary, and other related topics.

Thursday, April 06, 2006

Vishnu Purana Index Translator H.H.Wilson (1840).

Monday, April 03, 2006

Rig Veda (Sanskrit) - Index - IntraText CT, a copy of Rigveda in Itrans format.

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