With more than enough Hindu texts to last us many lifetimes, we stop our collections here and consolidate what we have collected into a convenient HTML file as the user-interface to download and read the texts.
I have organized the texts over 100 related folders spread over nine main folders named Sanskrit01 through Sanskrit09. Each of the main folders are of the size of a DVD (less than 4.5 GB), so can be backed up in a DVD after all its contents are downloaded.
Most folder names are in ITRANS-transliterated Sanskrit and might be case-sensitive for users under some operating systems like the Linux. And it would be a tedious task for a user to create these 100-plus folders under the correct hierarchy. I have therefore created a directory tree structure which houses all the folders, placed the HTML file named 0index.html in the topmost folder named HinduTexts and zipped up the entire structure into a file named HinduTexts.rar.
To set up the HinduTexts folders in your system, all you need is to download the rar file to a disk partition (such as C:, D: etc.) that has around 40.0 GB space and then extract the contents into the folder where you have downloaded the rar file. You should use the "extract here" option for this purpose in the context-sensitive menu that pops up when you right-click the HinduTexts.rar file to extract its contents.
This would create the topmost folder named HinduText under your folder with all its subdirectories, with the 0index.html file placed in the HinduText folder. If you need to down the zip utility winrar, check this link: http://www.freedownloadscenter.com/U..._Download.html
Once the directory tree structure is set up, you need to move any texts you have already downloaded into their appropriate folders indicated by the links in the HTML interface in the Status Line, when you place the mouse pointer on a link. The vertical bars (|) in the HTML file point to download links. In most cases, you might just right-click on them to get the download prompt and use the "Save as..." option to download the text to the topmost folder and then move it to the folder it needs to remain in.
I have uploaded the HinduTexts.rar file to Satay, since HDF facilitates zip files only up to the size of 97 KB. Please obtain it by sending a PM to Satay.
Here is an image of part of the HTML interface: