Göttingen Register of Electronic Texts in Indian Languages
The Electronic Version of Bloomfield's "A Vedic Concordance"
Smith, John (personal
Texts, fonts, and programs
Sanskrit Home Page
Contains links to Sanskrit songs, short-stories, online Sanskrit dictionaries, a simple glossary, word games, subhashitas, publications of books, magazines and other educational resources published from various sources in India, Sambhaashana Sandeshah monthly Sanskrit magazine, Sanskrit sentences, A collection of commonly used Sanskrit sentences, Sanskrit online resources.
Selected resources for the study of Buddhism, Indian philosophy and culture, and the encounter between India and the Western world; Buddhist texts in Pali, Sanskrit, Tibetan, Central Asian Languages, Chinese, and modern European languages; Sanskrit literature in general, other Indian language texts, Buddhist and Indian art, and Western philosophical and literary texts of interest to the Indologist and the Buddhist Scholar. Maintained by Christian Coseru, Australian National University.
Archive of Indic Texts
This page attempts to bring together in one location links to machine-readable files of texts in Indic languages. The organizing principles of this page are still far from clear. It is clear, however, that all the texts that are listed below need to be encoded according to the guidelines of the Text Encoding Initiative.
Dunhuang Collection: IDP Interactive Web Database
The International Dunhuang Project (IDP) was established in 1993 following a meeting of conservators from all over the world to promote the study and preservation of manuscripts and printed documents from Dunhuang and other Central Asian sites through international co-operation. The secretariat is at The British Library in the Oriental and India Office Collections.
Electronic texts of scriptures in Devanagari script (with English ITRANS Transliteration). Devanagari fonts also available.
Sanskrit Texts and Stotras
Study Sanskrit, read Sanskrit texts, or listen to Vedic pundits chant. This site contains a wide variety of Sanskrit texts and stotras in the pdf format, which you can view or print for your personal use. Most of the texts are in Devanagari script with English translation.
Center for Buddhist Studies:
Sanskrit Text database
Pali Text database
Mukaiyama Centre for Studies
of South and Central Asia
This site contains Kiyoshi Okano's "A Descriptive Bibliography of Sanskrit Literary Works of Buddhists," which was published in 1998. This book offers information on publications and manuscripts of Sanskrit biographies of the Buddha, Buddhist poetic works, and Avadaana literature. The site also has Kiyoshi Okano's papers on Buddhist Sanskrit literary works.
The Heart Sutra
E-text of a digest of the Mahabharata by Madhva
Bhagavadgita Home page
The entire contents of the Bhagavat gita are presented here in two formats (Acrobat & PostScript).
The Iyer Heritage Site
Information on the schools of the Veda, sound samples, Vedic yajnas, the Society of the Iyers, different gotras.
The Vipassana Research Institute,
Includes the Pali Publication Project.
An unmoderated mailing list exists for people interest in discussing Sanskrit literature, grammar, subhasitas, scriptures, etc. Individuals of all levels are welcome. If interested in joining the group, e-mail: email@example.com.
A list of syntax and grammar of Sanskrit.
Indology Services and Information
Indian Languages Web Site
Links to fonts, free software, and other information.
Central Institute of Indian Languages
Eden Golshani's Indian Scripts Page
Languages and Scripts of India