Webpages of Tamil Electronic Library ŠK. Kalyanasundaram
Electronic Texts of Literature
in Indian Languages
| Web pointers to
The comprehensive WWW Virtual Library Listing on Indian Languages
The comprehensive WWW Virtual Library Listing of Literature sites on Indian Languages
A nice collection of pointers by Yashwant K. Malaiya
A comprehensive source of listing of literary sources, scholars, scripts on South Asia
A List of Indian Languages spoken by more than a million people in India
Gitanjali of Rabindranath Tagore and other Bengali literature in romanized text and bengali script forms.
Web page of Malaiya devoted to Hindu Language and Literature, which includes excerpts from several poets like Mira, Kabir etc
The India Network server at Bowling Green State University has a web page devoted to Telugu Literature. Information can be obtained there on topics such as history of telugu language, biographies of telugu literature, nuggets from telugu literature, english translations of telugu literary works, telugu writers in cyberspace and so on.
This web page of Dr. Tuppal Ramanuja Chari (of St. John's in Canada) has an active and ongoing collection of Sanskrit Scriptural material(prayers/hymns) such as Venkatesa Suprabhatam, Vishnu Sahasranamam, Lakshmi Astotharam, ...............etc. in Telugu script.
The revised transliterated/ASCII/roman Etext versions of the classics Mahabharatha and Ramayana of Tokanuga available here.
Romanized texts and/or english translations of ancient sanskrit works such as Bhagavad Gita (Edwin Arnold's translation), Buddhacharita, Dasakumaracaritha, Yogasutra of Patanjali,.... are available at Univ. of Liverpool, UK.
The Harekrishna Movement has made available the English translation/commentary (along with original romanized text) of Bhagavad Gita by Swami Prabhupada through their Web pages.
Another english translation by Dr. Ramananda Prasad is available at the Digi-net com server.
The Asian Classics Input Project presents a database containing texts from the Kangyur and Tengyur (classical collections of Sanskrit literature in Tibetan translation), and the Sungbum (Tibetan language commentaries on these) transliterated into roman (ASCII) characters. These texts span the time period from the Fifth Century, BCE to the twentieth Century, CE. The database has been produced primarily for scholars of classical Asian literature and other interested persons. Text entry is accomplished by Tibetan monk scholars at Sera Mey Monastic University and other nearby centers in southern India.
The Web page on Sikhism provides introduction and english translations of select Sikh literature, including Sri Guru Granth Sahib.
You can have a look at this Web page on Malayalam to know about the language and its literature.