Friday, July 29, 2005

The links at shreegeetabhawan, UK has
Arties, Chalisas, information on Fasts Or Vrat Katha in English, Hindi, and in audio format.

Thursday, July 28, 2005

A very good source to purchase many sanskrit classics.

Tuesday, July 26, 2005

Sanskrit Heritage Dictionary
, Sanskrit made easy allows simplified interface to search without diacritics.

Saturday, July 23, 2005

Commentary on the Rig Veda - Hymns to the Mystic Fire by Sri Aurobindo . This is part of a series of catagorised translations of various texts and commentaries by mystics, poets and religious leaders, organized by Mountain Man Graphics, Australia.

Sri Aurobindo's Epic poem Savitri is available at http://www.savitribysriaurobindo.com/. A site consecrated to the works and vision of Sri Aurobindo and The Mother and an offering to the Humanity and The Divine residing in it: http://www.searchforlight.org.

Thursday, July 21, 2005

Srimeru.org: "Srimeru, Center of the Universe," presents many texts, audio, discussions, on the devotional topic. The programs include Bala Lahari, Monthly Newsletter, Bhajans of month, ,yoga classes, Pujas, and weekly Satsangs. There is a large collection of MP3 audio files, along with Hindi, English, and Telugu texts.

DevotionalSongs.com carries audio files of popular stotras. The sections include audio of stotras and bhajans on Ganapathi, Siva, Sri Krishna, Sri Rama, Venkateswara, and Swamy Ayyappa. Devotional songs from Telugu films are also available. Additional topics are Bhajans on Sai Baba, Poojas & Vrathms, a Telugu Calendar, and Temples Abroad

India — Your Gateway to Timeless Wisdom & Culture Hosting various india-related sites, including traditional and contemporary arts, music, dance, folklore, products, science, and Ayurveda. There is an article on India Indology.

Bhagavad Gita, Mahabharata, Indian Mythology, Gita Translation
. Gita text in Sanskrit with Hindi and English translations is available.

Wednesday, July 20, 2005

Read the lochana: Father's memoirs: Excerpts - V entered by Anandavardhanan, and get inspired! The first four parts are given in the archives. The author NVP Unithiri, is a Sanskrit scholar, professor from Kerala. Even as a late starter in learning Sanskrit, he has achieved great success. An example of his works is the translation of ONV Kurup' Ujjayini in Malyalam into ujjayini kAvya, complete in Sanskrit!

Complete Narayaneeyam:
Bhattathiri's composition summarising Bhagavatham, praising Lord Krishna of Guruvayur. All 1036 shlokams in Sanskrit text are presented with audio, English and Tamizh (Tamil) transliterations and Gist in English.

Saturday, July 16, 2005

Geopolitics and Sanskrit Phobia, an interesting long article by Rajiv Malhotra on sulekha.com. The sections include Sanskrit and the Multicultural Sanskriti (Indic Civilization), Sanskrit unites the great and little traditions, Sanskriti and various Asian countries, Decline of Sanskrit, Sanskrit Influence on Modern Europe, Indian Influence on European Linguistics and Postmodernism, Colonial De-Sanskritisation of India, Post Independence Indian assault on Sanskrit Sanskrit Phobic arguments and rejoinders, Sanskriti and the Clash of Civilizations, Leveling the Civilizational Playing Field with suggestions on revitalizing "Sanskrit, as a living language, that has potential for future knowledge development and empowerment of humanity."

The Hindi Corner

A dictionary of Urdu, classical Hindi, and English.

Thursday, July 14, 2005

Microsoft Bhasha - Support for Indic Languages

Sunday, July 03, 2005

Digital General Collection, Duncan Greenlees translation of Jayadeva's Gita Govinda.

Kalidasa: Shakuntala and Other Works Index Arthur Ryder's translation of Shakuntala. See also postings of 10/07/2003 and 4/14/2005 for Shakuntala text.

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