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    Re: A Personal Library of Hindu Sanskrit Texts Translations

    This site has been a huge help for me. Thanks for posting!

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    Re: A Personal Library of Hindu Sanskrit Texts Translations

    namaste,

    As promised, here is the book Vedic Culture. www.hindudharmaforums.com/VedicCulture.pdf
    satay

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    Namaste Satay

    Thank you so much for uploading this! It is appreciated. I downloaded it, and it will be a great subject matter to read.

    Om Namah Sivaya

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    Re: A Personal Library of Hindu Sanskrit Texts Translations

    namaste Satay and all others.

    Thanks to Satay for the book 'Vedic Culture'. I have uploaded a zip file containing an updated 0index.html file with a somewhat different folders structure under the parent folder. Those who are yet to set up a personal Hindu library might download the zip file from this link and proceed as in the message quoted below:

    00HinduGranthashAlA.rar
    http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?d7hhsiahbofpp3b



    Quote Originally Posted by saidevo View Post
    namaste everyone.

    I am happy about the compliments for my compilation. I thank members who have added to my reputation points. Since I have received points for this thread from four or five members already, I request any member seeing this thread for the first time not to give me any more repu. points.

    I have since uploaded the HinduTexts.rar file to esnips here:
    http://www.esnips.com/doc/6c3d3d9d-1...7ef/HinduTexts

    All you need is to download the zip file, unzip it and set up the Library using the boldfaced guidelines given in my post no.41. Setting up is easy, and once this is done you may download using the 0index.html file only those books you need and then move them to their own folders.

    Feedback from anyone regarding the setup is welcome.
    रत्नाकरधौतपदां हिमालयकिरीटिनीम् ।
    ब्रह्मराजर्षिररत्नाढ्यां वन्दे भारतमातरम् ॥

    To her whose feet are washed by the ocean, who wears the Himalayas as her crown, and is adorned with the gems of rishis and kings, to Mother India, do I bow down in respect.

    --viShNu purANam

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    Re: A Personal Library of Hindu Sanskrit Texts Translations

    Namaste saidevo

    Thank you and Satay

    I downloaded a WinRAR extractor and then downloaded your .RAR file and extracted it. When I open the extraction I see a "hindu-granthashAlA: Hindu Library: Sanskrit Originals, Translations and Related", but none of the links in the index open files or documents. I see two "Vedic Culture" links in the "Library", but when I click on the link, nothing opens.

    Am I doing something wrong?

    Om Namah Sivaya

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    namaste Shivafan.

    When you extract the 00HinduGranthashAlA.rar file, say at C:\ (the root folder of drive C), you should see the following subdirectory structure therein:

    Directory of C:\00HinduGranthashAlA

    05/12/2013 09:01 PM <DIR> .
    05/12/2013 09:01 PM <DIR> ..
    06/27/2012 09:29 AM 1,360,323 0index.html
    09/07/2012 05:29 PM <DIR> about
    09/07/2012 05:29 PM <DIR> hen01
    09/07/2012 05:29 PM <DIR> hen02
    09/07/2012 05:29 PM <DIR> hen03
    09/07/2012 05:29 PM <DIR> hen04
    09/07/2012 05:29 PM <DIR> hen05
    09/07/2012 05:29 PM <DIR> hen06
    09/07/2012 05:29 PM <DIR> hen07
    09/07/2012 05:29 PM <DIR> hen08
    09/07/2012 05:29 PM <DIR> hen09
    09/07/2012 05:29 PM <DIR> hen10
    09/07/2012 05:29 PM <DIR> hib01
    09/07/2012 05:29 PM <DIR> hse01
    09/07/2012 05:29 PM <DIR> hse02
    09/07/2012 05:29 PM <DIR> hse03
    09/07/2012 05:29 PM <DIR> hsk01
    09/07/2012 05:29 PM <DIR> hsk02
    09/07/2012 05:29 PM <DIR> hsk03
    09/07/2012 05:29 PM <DIR> hsk04
    09/07/2012 05:29 PM <DIR> hsk05
    09/07/2012 05:29 PM <DIR> hsk06
    09/07/2012 05:29 PM <DIR> hsk07
    09/07/2012 05:29 PM <DIR> hsk08
    09/07/2012 05:29 PM <DIR> hsk09

    Note that all these folders are empty to start with and that when you download a file you should move it to the related folder, as shown in the browser status bar against a link.

    Now if you open the 0index.html file in a browser, you will see a long HTML page, wherein the initial entries are links to the appropriate sections within the page. For example, the link Rg takes you to the section Rg veda, wherein the individual entries would be books. Note that the book links map to your local folder and the vertical bar link to the download link.

    If you click a book entry now, say shAkalya shAkhA: maNDalam 1, nothing would open and you would get an error, because you are yet to download the book. And to download the book you should click or right-click-save on the vertical bar | next to the book link, and then move the downloaded book to its related folder, 00HinduGranthashAlA/hsk01/Rgveda/ folder in this case, where the book-file name is rk_ved_m1.pdf.

    You should set up each and every document in this way. I suggest that you go through the book entries, download what you want to a common folder, say the parent folder, and then move the books to their related folders. Once the books are in place in their folders, the book links that map to them will open. Most of the books are in pdf format, so you would need a pdf reader to read the file or an appropriate browser plug-in to open it inside the browser.

    All this might appear daunting at first, but once you try, it is easy. Open the HTML file, download a book and then move it to its folder--that's all. Please try with these guidelines and give your feedback here so I can help you further with any problems that might arise.


    Quote Originally Posted by ShivaFan View Post
    Namaste saidevo

    Thank you and Satay

    I downloaded a WinRAR extractor and then downloaded your .RAR file and extracted it. When I open the extraction I see a "hindu-granthashAlA: Hindu Library: Sanskrit Originals, Translations and Related", but none of the links in the index open files or documents. I see two "Vedic Culture" links in the "Library", but when I click on the link, nothing opens.

    Am I doing something wrong?

    Om Namah Sivaya
    रत्नाकरधौतपदां हिमालयकिरीटिनीम् ।
    ब्रह्मराजर्षिररत्नाढ्यां वन्दे भारतमातरम् ॥

    To her whose feet are washed by the ocean, who wears the Himalayas as her crown, and is adorned with the gems of rishis and kings, to Mother India, do I bow down in respect.

    --viShNu purANam

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    Re: A Personal Library of Hindu Sanskrit Texts Translations

    Namaste Saidevo

    Yes, now I have the library fully functional! Thanks for the detailed instructions on how to populate the library with the downloads. This is a great tool you developed, and a great collection.

    All the best!

    Om Namah Sivaya

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    A great library of links! I need it. I will try to d/l from most the links. I too had a big collection, but alas, my HDD was electrically zapped after a thunder strike. Many thanks.

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    Re: A Personal Library of Hindu Sanskrit Texts Translations

    Link for:
    Sri Devi Bhagavatham in TAMIL.


    Identifier: SriDeviBhagavatamVolume1-Tamil
    Identifier-access: http://archive.org/details/SriDeviBh...mVolume1-Tamil
    Identifier-ark: ark:/13960/t0cv5q38m
    Ppi: 200


    Identifier: SriDeviBhagavatamVolume2
    Identifier-access: http://archive.org/details/SriDeviBhagavatamVolume2
    Identifier-ark: ark:/13960/t9378jv4d
    Ppi: 200
    krishnan ts

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    my humble pranams to you sir. my thanks to you for great collections in one place. May god bless you.

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