Useful Links

Useful Links

Sanskrut Bhakti is a Parivaar (family) where everyone learns from each other sharing their knowledge of Sanskrit and its associated texts. Our Parivaar has selected some on-line references that have been particularly helpful in our learning thus far of the Sanskrit language and its rich heritage. The list of references shown below is by no means exhaustive: If you aware of additional resources that could be useful, please let us know by using the Contact Us form.

CategoryReference & LinkWhat it is & Why Useful
Bhagavad GitaCommentary by Swami Mukundananda

Excellent online Bhagavad Gita, provides a breakdown and English translation of the Sanskrit words used in shlokas. Excellent navigation between chapters and verses.
Devanagari KeyboardSanskrit Devanagari Keyboard

An excellent tool to write in Devanagari script, if you are struggling with getting a Sanskrit keyboard on your device.
DhatusList of Dhatus

This is a page from a Blog. Provides a quick reference to ~1500 Dhatus. Note: accuracy of all Dhatus listed has not been checked.
IGCSE ResourcesISER Website
This is the website that contains ALL the information and resources required for the IGCSE Exam (Cambridge Syllabus).
Developed by St James Schools
Learning SanskritSamskrita Bharati, UK
UK based worldwide organisation offering various courses and resources for learning Sanskrit. Excellent for spoken Sanskrit. Offer a structured progression of courses.
Sanskrit DictionarySanskrit Dictionary for Spoken Sanskrit
A composite website that not only has a dictionary but also provides fables, training tools and also lists useful Sanskrit online references.
Sanskrit Grammar & PracticeSanskrit Abhyas
An extensive and invaluable set of tools providing:
> declensions & conjugations for nouns, verbs, pronouns, derivatives etc
> practice exercises.
StotrasGreen Message: The Evergreen Messages of Spirituality, Sanskrit and Nature
This is a wealth of information in this resource. Excellent reference for Stotras which provides a breakdown of the Sanskrit words and their meaning in English.

Information about the two main standards for Transliteration.
A comprehensive compendium of the Upanishads. Needs to be experienced!
Valmiki RamayanaValmiki RamayanaValmiki Ramayana developed and maintained by IIT Kanpur.
> Excellent navigation between kandas, sargas and slokas.
> With detailed translation and commentaries in multiple languages.
Arsha VidyaArsha VidyaFree audio downloads of Vedanta talks, mantras, stotras – plus free study material