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 firstname.lastname@example.org so that we may be able to assist you.
Sanskrit e-texts, literature, scriptures, and stotras available elsewhere
The sites which carry books in scanned format are listed separately in scanned books section.
- Vedic Reserve, coordinated by Peter Freund of Maharshi University of Management. A great collection.
- Sanskrit net, National Sanskrit University at Tirupati Another Great collection.(broken)
- Sanskrit texts with translations at http://www.svbf.org/
- Sanskrit texts with translations at http://www.vidyavrikshah.org/
- Sanskrit stotras at prappatti site.
- Sanskritweb.net site by Ulrich Stiehl.
- Comprehensive Sanskri texts and meanings at astrojyoti.com.
- Dhanurveda at atarn.org PDF file with English meaning by B. Chakravarti.
- Vedas Sanskrit text and Hindi Translations at aryasamajjamnagar.org.
- Jain Sanskrit texts at http://www.atmadharma.com/ .
- Jain Sanskrit and Hindi texts at jainism.com.
- Vedas, Upanishads, Puranas at http://www.onlinedarshan.com.
- Digital Buddhist Sanskrit Canon Sutras, Shastras, and Stotras.
- Buddhist Sanskrit sutras.
- Muktabodha Indological Research Institute.
- Krishna Yajurveda sUktas, veda, texts with Vedic svara.
- Buddhist Sanskrit texts at asianclassics.org by author.
- Buddhist Sanskrit texts at asianclassics.org Kangyur by title (Sanskrit).
- Dvaita Vedanta e-texts at dvaita.net.
- Stotra page maintained by Anand Ravipati at email@example.com.
- Sanskrit Texts and Stotras maintained by Dale Steinhauser and Kirk WOrtman.
- Sanskrit texts under Voice of Shankara at Shri Kanchi Kamakoti Peetham.
- Sanskrit stotra sAhitya at Kamakoti Mandali newsgroup site.
- Bhagvadgita and Ramcharitmanas at Gitapress Gorakhpur.
- Gandharva nagaram, Sanskrit text archive from Università degli Studi di Roma "La Sapienza."
- Archive from Japan developed and maintained by Professor Michio YANO.
- Sanskrit Library Panchatantra and Ramopakhyana developed by Peter M. Scharf.
- Indology archive in UK maintained by Dominik Wujastyk.
- T. R. Chari's Sanskrit texts collection
- GRETIL - Göttingen Register of Electronic Texts in Indian Languages
- Gaudiya granthamandira. The texts are organized in different categories.
- Sanskrit texts at asiatica/indica Russian site.
- Vedavid.org developed by John Gardner for Nirukta, Rigveda, shatapatha brAhmaNa.
- Gita supersite, Brahmasutra, Ramacharitmanas, Upanishads, and Complete works of Shankaracharya developed by IIT Kanpur.
- Research site on Sanskrit texts for Somadeva Vasudeva.
- Sripedia project as a part of Million Book Project.
- Shri Satya Sai Pratishthan http://www.vedamu.org.
- www.jambudvipa.net carries Somadeva's vetaalapa.nChavishii, Vet÷lapañcavi¼.ati .
- Sanskrit and Hindi collection at webunia.com.
- Sanskrit, Hindi, Telugu, Tamil collection at mypurohith.com.
- Sanskrit and Hindi collection with English meanings at urday.com.
- Many of the texts under TITUS project are available for members only.
- Texts available from Vedic Engineering are for sale.
- http://www.mantraonnet.com/ for members only. Includes text and translations of Chaalisas, aaratiis, 108 names of deities and useful information.
Pending for addition