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It started as a list of pending texts for proofreading but has turned in to a repository of useful links for a Stotra collector. Those who wish to enter any of these, please write to sanskrit at cheerful. The texts in the end are kept in pending mainly for proofreading. When proofreading is done, send the TXT and INF files only. Would you like to help to digitize the missing stotras from this site? Ganesha, Subrahmanya, Shiva and Devi. The texts are already added on the site.
This has a few stotras in the stotrakhanda . Adi Shankaracharya with Tamil translation by Brahmananda Swamigal of Tanjavur. 17th century notable poet at Madurai, Tamil Nadu. It will be very useful to type them for easy searching. 200 identified in the Purana Journal 1959-1960. Harivamsha Purana Vishnu parva 74.
Rudrakrita Gayatristuti from Padmapurana 5. Rajaniti section of the Puranartha sangraha. A devI stutiH from Devibhagavata, Megasthenese and the Indian Chronology as based on the Puranas, Parashurama, Includes VIII 2, Vyasa Gayatri , The real nature of Lord Siva in Vedas and Puranas. Brahmakrita Yoganidra stutiH, Bharatavarshamahima from Vishnu Purana, The Legend of the Churning of Ocean, Includes VOL IX N 2 Vyasamahima from Mahabharata. Compilation and translation is by Swami Bholebaba. Each shloka is pertaining to each name of Lalita from Lalitasahasranamam, almost like meaning in a shloka form.
The following scans of Lakshmisahasram are complete and of good quality. DLI’s mahakala samhita, guhyakali khanda. English and Hindi meanings by Swami Shantananda Puri of Vasishtha Guha. 1000 verses extracted from Upanishads and other scriptures on various subjects, with Gujarati translation.
Sanskrit text is given in Devanagari script. Bhagvadgita is translated in the last part. Total 20 volumes were proposed. According the the following article, Maha Subhashita Sangraha is the work of team of scholars. Ludwik Sternbach expired in 1981 and let us the work still continues.
The article has incorrect reference. He bequeathed all his assets after his death to Vishvabandhu Institute. There is an Obituary also 1982, BORI Annals, by K. Rupa Goswami with commentary in Sanskrit by Jivadeva. It has many small uncommon stotras. English meanings for many deities. Adyar Library in 8 volumes.
Shri Govindacharya with advanced notes in the appendices. They are located on archive. 11 kilometers from and between Jomsom and Muktinath. Part 2 not available yet. Digital Library of India project.
Anandashrama Sanskrita Series gives a list of 27 smriti-s printed till 1929. 18 smritis and 18 upa-smritis. An Anthology on Bhagavad Ramanuja”, Sanskrit-English, 1977. Yamunacharya with commentary by Tridandisvami. The site includes PDF files of “Granthas, longer treatises and commentaries” and various stotras composed by Sri Vadiraja Tirtha. The collection is part of dvaita. Sabharanjanasataka is included in the minor works of Nilakantha Dikshita available at the following link.
Details about the works of Nilakantha Dikshita would be there in his biography by N. Nilakantha Dikshita by Unni N. These have well printed and commented stotras and kavachas. Kshetra Mahatmiyams and the Lord. Namavalis, Ashtothras, Sahasranamas and Stuthis given to us by the grace of great Mahans in their exalted state for humanity.
ANa is available on archive. Theme is the author sending a message to his Guru through megha. He has taken 4th line of Meghaduta as Samasya and and written slokas to complete the samasya. 4th line of both kavyas are identical, though the stories are different. The book “A History of Classical Poetry: Sanskrit , Pali, Prakrit by S. Uta by Jaina Vimalakirti, a religios theme. Uta by Krishnachandra Tarkalankara, with subject of a separation of Rama and Sita.