Digital Sanskrit Lexicon
Monier-Williams' Sanskrit-English Dictionary, courtesy University of Cologne
Html version of Monier-Williams
Apte Sanskrit Dictionary
This is a Web Sanskrit Dictionary based on The Practical Sanskrit-English Dictionary of Vaman Shivaram Apte. For the moment it covers only from `a' to `raazi'.
Capeller's Sanskrit-English Dictionary
Online Sanskrit Dictionary
Web of Online Dictionaries
André Signoret's French-Sanskrit
Downloadable French-Sanskrit Dictionary and interactive Grammar for Winworld 97. Thousands of examples and links. Help-Files in English and in French. Separate Sound File for pronunciation.
Gérard Huet's Sanskrit
This site provides tools for morphological generation and analysis, sandhi generation and analysis, segmentation, tagging and parsing of simple sentences.
Index to Huet's Sanskrit-French Dictionary
- Comprehensive Glossary of Sanskrit Yoga Terms
"This Glossary was designed with a dual purpose in mind: to enhance the practitioner's understanding of the principles behind the techniques of Hatha, Tantra, and Kundalini yoga, and to act as a Self-study Guide for Tantric Chakra Meditations."
Glossary of Terms from
Ayurvedic, Buddhist, Tantric and Vedic Texts
Compiled by www.ashram.com
This Indian lexicon seeks to establish a semantic concordance, across the languages or numeraire facile of the Indian linguistic area: from Brahui to Santali to Bengali, from Kashmiri to Mundarica to Sinhalese, from Marathi to Hindi to Nepali, from Sindhi or Punjabi or Urdu to Tamil. A semantic structure binds the languages of India, which may have diverged morphologically or phonologically as evidenced in the oral tradition of Vedic texts, or epigraphy, literary works or lexicons of the historical periods. This lexicon, therefore, goes beyond the commonly held belief of an Indo-European language and is anchored on proto-Indian sememes.
Indian Names and their
Lists of names originating from India with their Sanskrit meanings maintained by Arti and Prasad Naik.
Last Modified: 02/09/04
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