Wednesday, February 17, 2010


Sanskrit Documents

Sanskrit e-texts, literature, scriptures, and stotras available elsewhere

The following list consists of encoded Sanskrit texts available for personal studies at sites other than the Sanskrit Documents. Some of these texts can be converted to Devanagari display but require re-proofreading after the conversion. If you wish to undertake such conversion or proofreading please write to so that we may be able to assist you.

The sites which carry books in scanned format are listed separately in scanned books section.


  • Vedic Reserve of Maharshi Mahesh Yogi University of Management (MUM). As part of his dissertation research, recent Ph.D. grad Peter Freund, the University's videotape librarian, has put online the world's most comprehensive and orderly collection of Vedic Literature written in the Sanskrit Devanagari script.The collection comprises almost 60,000 pages of Vedic texts, including rare, sought-after, or out-of-print publications. Any readers and students? A subsite of Maharshi's students for Sanskrit texts is at
  • 1 comment:

    sfauthor said...

    Nice posting. Do you know about these Sanskrit books?