Sanskrit texts in TEI/XML format available from SARIT
r.mahoney at INDICA-ET-BUDDHICA.ORG
Sat Aug 28 06:12:16 UTC 2010
On Fri, Aug 27, 2010 at 08:17:24PM +0200, Dominik Wujastyk wrote:
> I am pleased to announce that the SARIT project is now releasing the
> TEI-encoded base files of five major Sanskrit works.
> These are all relatively long works, giving a good and varied
> sampling of vocabulary. The TEI-encoded texts can be downloaded
> - http://sarit.indology.info/downloads.shtml
> These files give excellent, high-quality examples of how to go about
> preparing a TEI-compliant file of a Sanskrit text. Copyright issues
> have been checked and the files can be distributed free of charge
> for scholarly purposes.
> The preparation of these files was made possible by funding from the
> British Academy and the British Association of South Asian Studies.
It is good to see that the British Academy &c. have kindly given
permission for these files to be publicly available. I enjoyed working
with these materials so it's pleasing that everyone now has full
access. (Although the most challenging text of all -- Christian's
Caryāmelāpakapradīpa -- does not yet seem to be available?) I would
like to thank Dominik, Shelly, Patrick and Birgit for releasing this
I would also like to take this opportunity to say that while I am no
longer with the SARIT Project I still remain open to helping with
other digital projects. If you are considering something, or if you
would just like to have a chat about possibilities, please feel free
to get in touch. My contact details can be found here:
Richard Mahoney :: Who runs IeB?
Littledene, Bay Road, OXFORD 7430, NZ
PO Box 25, OXFORD 7443
+64 3 312 1699 / +64 275 829 986
r.mahoney at indica-et-buddhica.org
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