Usefull links to other sites
Text & Recourses:
Sacred-Texts: Huge depot of converted free e-books; mostly from the public domain:
Project Gutenberg: Lots of free e-books; various subjects; many of them are proofread.
HolyBooks.com: Regularely updaed e-books for free download.
Lots of scriptures such as the Puranas, Vedas, Sutras and many other interesting texts. All of them are in PDF or HTML format.
The Bhagavad Gita with english grammar syntax and different commentaries in sanskrit. The grammar syntax is very thorough.
Excellent site with an English translation of the Bhagavad Gita including various commentaries (also translated)
The Bhagavad Gita with 4 different commentaries, transliteration and audio for every verse.
The full Śrīmad Bhāgavatam. Transliteration and Commentary for every verse.
Plenty of free articles and books. Also supports charity projects.
Hinduism / blogs:
Very good up-to-date blog with various articles on India and Hinduism. Everything is well-documented with sources.
84000: A noble cause that aims to translate the words of the Buddha.
Abhidhamma: Lots of books and information; mainly Buddhism:
Very pleasant wiki-like Buddhism-resource center:
Probably the best discussion forum for all your buddhism questions and answers:
Access to Insight: One of the best concerning Theravāda Buddhism:
City of 10,000 Buddhas: Information and Text regarding Tripitaka Master Hsuan Hua
Large wiki-like site with many entries
Rangjung Yeshe Wiki: Online Tibetan-English Dictionary with nearly 200,000 entries!
ACIP: Asian Classics Inout Project. Excellent project that travels around the world to save fragile texts from extinction
Database of high-res images of Tibetan artworks. Staggering amount and incredible detail.
Sanskrit / Devanagari:
Excellent grammar guide for beginners in learning Sanskrit. I have learned a great deal.
If you want to learn Sanskirt, have a look at the following excelent page:
How to pronounce IAST (International Alphabet of Sanskrit Transliteration)
Very usefull Sanskrit-English (or the other way around) with a massive database, that gives the definition of a word and the Sanskrit text with actual sanskrit characters. Keep this close if you are reading books about Hinduism for example.
IAST -> Devanagari -> IAST converter: (excelent tool)
Tool to convert files encoded in various character sets to utf-8
Compare different sets of Religion:
Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Several well-written articles.
http://www.kashmirlounge.com | The best lounge in Amsterdam offering relaxation in an Indian environment. Don't miss out on this place when you visit Amsterdam (in the Netherlands)
Free fonts for lots of Languages and dialects such as Devanagari, Arabic, Hebrew and Korean just to name a few. Usefull when doing research in ancient history.