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GRETIL - G. Ramamurthy at http: //prramamurthy. Includes text and translations of Chaalisas, aaratiis, 1. MB. Shiva Purana Vol. MB. Shiva Purana Vol. MB. Shiva Purana Vol. MB. Shiva Purana Vol.
MB. Shrimad Bhagavata Mahapurana 3. MB. Narada Puranam - Purva Bhagam 2. MB. Narada Puranam - Uttara Bhagam 1. MB. Markandeya Purana 1- 1. MB. Markandeya Purana 1.
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MB. Brahmanda Purana Part 1. Kurma Puranam 1. 6. MB. Narasimhia Purana 8. KB. Vishnudharma 1. MB. Nandi Purana 1.
MB. Kapila Purana 2. KB. Nilamata Purana 3. KB. Devi Bhagavata Purana 4. MB. Parashara Purana 2. KB. Samba Purana 7.
KB. Narasimha Purana 8. KB. Saura Purana 8. KB. Nilamata Purana 3. KB. Kapila Purana 2. KB. Devi Bhagavata Purana 4.
MB. Vishnudharma 1. MB. Stotras for the pancha mah. Adevatas. Vishnu: Achyutashtakam. Shiva : Lingashtakam.
Ganapati: Sankashtanashana Ganapati Stotram. Surya: Surya Mandala Ashtakam.
Devi: Lakshmi Ashtakam. Sahasranama Stotra for the pancha mah.
Adevatas. Vishnu Sahasranama. Shiva Sahasranama. Ganapati Sahasranama. Surya Sahasranama. Lakshmi Sahasranama. Additional Stotras. Vishnu Ashtottara Shatnamavali.
Rama Sahasranama. Durga Saptashati.
Ganga Sahasranama. Ganga Ashtak Stotram. Gayatri Sahasranama. Gayatri Ashtakam. Lalita Sahasranama. Sarasvati Sahasranama.
Sarasvati Ashtakam. Durga Sahasranama. Ramaraksha Stotram. Achyutashtakam 3. KB. Lingashtakam 1.
KB. Maha Lakshmi Ashtakam 2. KB. Vishnu Sahasranama 6. KB. Sankashtanashana Ganapati Stotram 1. KB. Shiva Sahasranama 6. KB. Mahaganapati Sahasranama Stotram 7. KB. Surya Sahasranama 5. KB. Shri Mahalakshmi Sahasranama Stotram 6.
KB. Vishnu Ashtottara Shatanamavali Stotram 3. KB. Surya Mandala Ashtakam 2. KB. Ramayana (Valmiki). Bala Kanda 4. 51 KB. Ayodhya Kanda 7. 31 KB. Aranya Kanda 4. 83 KB. Kishkindha Kanda 4.
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KB. Adi Parva 1. 6 MB. Sabha Parva 5. 70 KB. Aranyaka Parva 2. MB. Virata Parva 4. KB. Udyoga Parva 1. MB. Bhishma Parva 1.
MB. Drona Parva 1. MB. Karna Parva 9. KB. Shalya Parva 7. KB. Sauptika Parva 2.
KB. Stri Parva 1. KB. Shanti Parva 2.
MB. Anushasana Parva 1. MB. Ashwamedhika Parva 6. KB. Ashramavasa Parva 2. KB. Mausala Parva 9. KB. Mahaprasthanika Parva 6. KB. Swargarohana Parva 8. KB. Bhagavad Gita 2.
KB (Different types). Rk Veda Pratishakhya. Shukl- Yajur- Veda Pratishakhya.
Atharva Veda Pratishakhya. Sama Veda Pratishakhya (Pushpa Sutram). Krishna- Yajur- Veda Pratishakhya (Taittiriya). Atharva Veda Pratishakhya (Chaturadhyayi). BACK TO TOPSansknet, Sanskrit Net or its mirror wlbourhall, is a sa.
R^ita a. ntarjaalakendram as a part of National Sanskrit University, r. ASh. Tr. Iyasa. nsk. R^itavidy. Ap. ITham, at Tirupati. NSR. Karikavali + Muktavali. Nyayabhashya + Teeka + Parishuddi + Vartika. Srimarkandeyapuranam.
Lingamahapuranam. Naradamahapuranam. Brahmandapuranam. Alankarasarvasvam. Chamatkarachandrika. Dharmavijayanatakam. Kavyalankarasangraha.
Ratimanmathanatakam. Rukminipanigrahana. Sahityadarpanam. Shishupalavadham. Sringaraprakasa. Vakroktijeevitam. Khila Suktas(Text and Translation). Rg. Veda Pratishakhya. Mac. Donell Translation.
Wilson's Translation. Taittireeya Samhita. Taittireeya Samhita Padapatha. Taittireeya Brahmanam. Taittireeya Aranayakam.
Jata Darpanam and Ghana Darpanam. Taittireeya Pratishakhya. Nyayakalapasangraha. Brahmasutrarthapadhyamalika. Yatindramata Deepika.
Gitarthasngraha. Nayamayukhamalika. Adhikarana Saravali. Adhikarana Chintamani. Adhikarana Ratnamala. Prakasa (Adhikarana Ratnamala Vyakhya).
Sruta Prakasika. Bhava Prakasika. Gita Bhashya Tatparya Chandrika.
Srimadbhagavadgita (Shankara Bhashya). Srimadbhagavadgita (with English Translation). Bhavaprakashika. Dravida Vedanta. Nalayira Divya Prabandham. Desika Prabandham. Tiruppani (Discourse by H.
H. 4. 5th Jeer of Sri Ahobila Mutt). Prakarana Granthas. Gurubhavaprakasika. Sutra Prasthana. Brahmasutra - Shankara Bhashya. Brahma Vidya Vyakhya. Sudha Vyakhyanaparimala. Srimannyayasudha.
Jnapakasangraha. Paribhashendu Shekara. Siddhanta Kaumudi. Laghu Siddhanta Kaumudi.
Vaiyakarana Bhushanasara(Darpana Vyakhya). Sankhya Darsanam.
Vaiseshika Sutra. Sanskrit texts with translations at http: //www. Sringeri Vidya Bharati Foundation, Inc, USA. Both sites are contributions from Sunder Kidambi. Transliteration and Devanagari Fonts for Sanskrit. Fonts and Technical Manuals for Itranslator. B. Rigveda (Devanagari edition with svara marks) Prof.
Sadagopan. - Typesetting Specimen of Devanagari. Small Hymn Files (Chapter Files) in Devanagari. Large Mandala Files (Book Files) in Devanagari. Searchable Rigveda File in Transliteration. English Translation of the Rigveda. Rigveda in Sanskrit und Deutsch. Yajurveda (Devanagari texts with svara marks).
Taittiriya Brahmana (edited by Subramania Sarma, Chennai 2. Kathakam (edited by Subramania Sarma, Chennai 2. Taittiriya Aranyaka (edited by Subramania Sarma, Chennai 2. Ekagni Kandam (edited by Subramania Sarma, Chennai 2. Taittiriya Samhita (edited by Vijayaraghavan Bashyam, Hyderabad 2. Taittiriya Pratishakhya (Whitney's edition, proofread by Ramesh Srinivasan).
Yajurveda - Sansknet Documents (formerly available at Sansknet. Samaveda (Devanagari texts with svara marks). Gramegeya- Gana (Village Song- Book), GG- dev. KB, GG Sample pages. Aranyaka- Gana (Forest Song- Book), AG- dev. KB, AG Sample pages. Other Sanskrit Documents (Reverse Dictionaries, etc.).
The Story of Savitri (Sanskrit text and English translation). Bhagavadgita (Large- print edition for readers with bad eyesight). Nala Story (Typesetting specimen of Classical Sanskrit). Bible in Sanskrit (Gospels of Matthew and John in Sanskrit). Taittiriya- Upanishad (Typesetting specimen of Vedic Sanskrit). Pronunciation of Vedic Sanskrit (Papers by Shriramana Sharma).
Valmiki Ramayana (edited by Sri Desiraju Hanumanta Rao). Bhagavata Purana (Searchable transliterated file). Visnu- Sahasra- Nama- Stotram (encoded by Abhiram Lohit).
Aditya- Hridayam Sanskrit- Tamil (edited by Sreenivasan Natesa). Reverse Dictionaries (R? Deutsche Seite des Sanskritweb (Sanskrit- Kompendium). Sanskrit- Kompendium (Deutschsprachiges Lehrbuch). Erg. Apple II Plus Nostalgia (Peeker Magazine Disk Files). James Hadley Chase (Bibliography of Chase Books). Font Forging Industry (Reports for Legal Authorities).
Original Sanskrit by Amrutchandra Acharya and available with Gujarati commentary and meaning. Punchaastikaaisangrah Sanskrit commentary. Commentaries by Amrutchandra Acharya (Tattva. Pradipika) and Jaisen Acharya (Tattparya. Vrutti) in Sanskrit are also included as is a Gujarati translation of Tattva. Pradipika. Lewis Lancaster, began the Sanskrit Buddhist Canon Project (SBCP) in 2. Ecole Francaise d'Extreme Orient (EFEO, French School of Asian Studies)and the French Institute of Pondicherry (FIP).
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Yajur Veda Suktas. Saraswati Suktam. Pavamana Suktam. Navagraha Suktam. Nakshatra Suktam. Rig Veda Suktas. Ganapati Suktam.
Brahmanaspati Suktam. Saraswati Suktam. Pavamana Suktam. Upanishats : Ganapati Atharvasirsha and Surya Upanishat. Taittiriya Aranyaka. Swadhyaya Brahmanam.
Pravargya Mantras. Pravargya Brahmanam. Taittiriya Upanishat- Seeksha Valli. Taittiriya Upanishat- Ananda Valli.
Taittiriya Upanishat- Brugu Valli. Maha Narayana Upanishat. Taittiriya Brahamanam. Taittiriya Samhita (complete). Kanda 1 Chapters 1 through 8.
Kanda 2 Chapters 1 through 6. Kanda 3 Chapters 1 through 5. Kanda 4 Chapters 1 through 7. Kanda 5 Chapters 1 through 7. Kanda 6 Chapters 1 through 6.
Kanda 7 Chapters 1 through 5. BACK TO TOPBuddhist Sanskrit texts at asianclassics. Tibetan scripts. Contact the site for missing links.
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