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- Sarasvati River Civilization
- research notes (PDF), maps and images
by Dr. S. Kalyanaraman, retired Sr. Exec., Asian Development Bank.
- Ancient India's Contribution to Our World's Culture
- by Sudheer Birodkar.
- Ancient Hindu History
- Library of Ancient Hindu History.
- The Indus Valley Civilization
- Indus Valley Civilization links.
- Bharateeya Histography
- by SriRam Sathe.
- The Myth
- of the Aryan Invasion of India.
Languages and Scripts of India
Dvaita Essay on Brahma Sutra.
Dvaita Essay on the Upanishhads.
- Information on the monthly magazine.
-Sanskrit News Audio from All India Radio >
- The Gaudiya Grantha Mandira
(Sanskrit Text Repository relating to Caitanya Vaisnavism). The site has documents in postscript and pdf formats under the category of Alankara (Literary Criticism), Bhakti-rasa, Caritamrta (Biographies, Hagiographies), Darsana (philosophy), Kavya (poetry), Kama-sastra (erotics), Nataka (drama), Pancaratra, Purana, Smrti (Ritual), Stotra (hymns), Subhasita (collections), Upanisad, and Vyakarana (grammar). Contact Neal Delmonico.
Introduction to the Upanishhads
Shri Vaishnava page
Biographies of Hindu saints.
- interesting, scientific/ Quantum Mechanics viewpoints.
India related religious links
- WWW Virtual Libray - comprehensive list.
Hindu Tantrik's Links
- interesting links to sanskrit and tantra related subjects.
Also their HomePage and
have yantra, mantra, tantra;
texts on the siddhas and yogis of the Natha sampradaya
incl Gorakhnath, Matsyendranath and Dattatreya;
images of tantric kula devas and devis
including Kali, Tripura, Shiva, Ganesha, Cchinnamasta, Durga and Tara;
pujas and practices; meditations and dharanas;
extensive bibliography, original English translations.
"Save the Universe"
- Interesting demo version CD software
produced by Krishna Software.
- Excerpts and notes on the bhagavada Gita,
The Upanishhads, Abhinavagupta, Shiva, Ramakrishna, Pantanjali, Vasishtha.
- Interesting, straight-forward, simple but comprehensive
notes on India and Hinduism - very suitable for newcomers -
to gain basic understanding and knowledge.
(site is commercial, notes/etc good).
Their Archive Site had more information on Beliefs, Concepts,
Customs, Ceremonies, Religious Texts and Nature Worship -
but the pages have disappeared ! .. pity they were interesting;
if replaced or re-found will be re-linked.
- The Hatha Yoga Pradipika translated by Brian Dana Akers is available at http://www.yogavidya.com for sale. A sample of few pages is provided in PDF format.