[INDOLOGY] Sanskrit scans database

Dominik Wujastyk wujastyk at gmail.com
Mon Nov 3 14:21:25 UTC 2014

Dear Oliver,

This is an extraordinary resource, and a testament to the many hours you
have personally put into reading, understanding and analyzing these printed
texts.  Thank you!


On 2 November 2014 19:39, <hellwig7 at gmx.de> wrote:

>   Dear list,
> a new resource for searching - partly undigitized - Sanskrit books is
> available at
> http://www.sanskrit-linguistics.org/sanskrit-scans/query.php
> The website gives you access to a database of Sanskrit books that have
> been digitized WITHOUT manual correction. This is the very first release,
> and I'm planning to increase the database with scanned texts that are
> freely available in the web.
> To search the database, enter a word in simplified Harvard-Kyoto in the
> search field (e.g., narmada or sarasvati*), and press the button 'Search'.
> Enter does not work at the moment. More details about the input conventions
> are available when you press the help button on the website. The rest of
> the website should be self explanatory.
> Best wishes, Oliver
> ---
> PD Dr. Oliver Hellwig
> SFB 991, University of Düsseldorf
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