The following list is not in any particular or preferential order.
- translation of "Vedic Experience" By Professor Raimon Panikkar -
one of the finest translations into English.
Himalayan Academy published the 1000-page anthology in a special edition in the West,
while Motilal Banarsidas produced the Indian edition;
reviewed and highly recommended by Vedic Scholars in India.
Professor Pannikar made the translation available on the World Wide Web in July 1995.
All seven parts of "Vedic Experience" are on-line.
- Shree Devi's Pujas and
- with many bhajan files, Devanaagarii script
and audio files of stotras and bhajans and more
links to other interesting sites.
- page maintained by Avinash Sathaye,
Devanaagarii scripts from the rigveda, amarakosha, etc.
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.
- selected Sanskrit stotras.
Scriptural stotras in Devanaagarii script
(using the Xdvng and Sanskrit New fonts) with
corresponding roman text in ITRANS.
Also has Tamil and Telugu scriptures section.