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Transliteration and Basic Searching: Video Introduction



Introduction to Transliteration

In order to search the dictionary, you will have to write the word you are looking for in the Search Box. The difficulty, obviously, is that you can't easily write in Sanskrit on the computer! Therefore the word must be written in transliteration.

Transliteration is a method of writing in one language with the characters of another. So the symbols you use on the keyboard will represent the symbols of the Sanskrit alphabet.

For example, here you have the name of 'Kṛṣṇa' written in Sanskrit (Devanāgarī), and then in the equivalent transliterations using the IAST and Harvard-Kyoto schemes. (If your browser is not showing transliterated text properly, we suggest you use the free Safari (Mac) or FireFox (PC) browsers.)



Whenever possible, we shall use:

IAST for reading - since it is the simplest and clearest for reading. In fact, Monier-Williams uses a transliteration scheme almost identical to IAST, except for a few signs. (Remember that he pre-dates the Congress of Orientalists which established the standard from which IAST derives by 40 years!)
The differences are (MW -> IAST):
ṛi -> ṛ
ṛī -> ṝ
lṛi -> ḷ
lṛī -> ḹ
ṡ -> ś
sh -> ṣ
ṃ or ṉ -> ṃ
Harvard-Kyoto for searching and writing on the computer - since it is the simplest to input with computer keyboards.

Since you will need to look for words on this site, we recommend that you learn the Harvard-Kyoto transliteration scheme that appears in the table below. Of course, it is only useful for those who can already read Sanskrit (Devanāgarī).


If you would like to see a comparison chart with Devanāgarī - IAST - Harvard-Kyoto - Unicode click here

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Searching the Dictionary

Type the word you are looking for in the site's search box using Harvard-Kyoto.

Continuing with the previous example, you will need to write: kRSNa and then click on the Search button.

It will look something like this:

Note: We have tried to program the site so that an approximate spelling in the search box also gives useful results. For example try using krisna, krsna, krishna, etc. and this should provide you with a list of results which includes kRSNa.

If you are sent to a dictionary page or follow a link to one, you will be presented with the page corresponding to a word and much more! In the Advanced section below are some videos explaining every section of the page.

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Symbols used in the Monier-Williams Dictionary

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Abbreviations used in the Monier-Williams Dictionary

Abbrev. Meaning
A. Atmane-pada.
abl. ablative case.
above a reference to some preceding word (not necessarily in the same page).
acc. accusative case.
accord. or acc. according.
add. additions.
Adi-p. Adi-parvan of the Maha-bharata.
adj. adjective (cf. mfn.).
adv. adverb.
AEol. AEolic.
alg. algebra.
anat. anatomy.
Angl.Sax. Anglo-Saxon.
anom. anomalous.
Aor. or aor. Aorist.
Arab. Arabic.
arithm. arithmetic.
Arm. or Armor. Armorican or the language of Brittany.
Armen. Armenian.
astrol. astrology.
astron. astronomy.
B. Bombay edition.
Boh. or Bohem. Bohemian.
Br. Brahmana.
Bret. Breton.
C. Calcutta edition.
c. case.
Cat. catalogue or catalogues.
Caus. Causal.
cf. confer, compare.
ch. chapter.
cl. class.
Class. Classical.
col., cols. column, columns.
Comm. commentator or commentary.
comp. compound.
compar. comparative degree.
concl. conclusion.
cond. conditional.
conj. conjectural
cons. consonant.
dat. dative case.
defect. defective.
Desid. Desiderative.
dimin. diminutive.
dram. dramatic language.
du. dual number.
ed. edition.
e. g. exampli gratia, ‘for example.’
Eng. English.
Ep or ep. Epic.
esp. especially.
etym. etymology.
f. feminine.
fig. figuratively.
fr. from.
Fut. or fut. future.
fut. p. p. future passive participle.
g. gana.
Gaël. Gaëlic.
gen. genitive case.
gend. gender.
geom. geometry.
Germ. German.
Gk. Greek.
Goth. Gothic.
Gr. Grammar.
Hib. Hibernian or Irish.
Hind. Hindi.
ib. ibidem or ‘in the same place or book or text’ as the preceding.
ibc. in the beginning of a compound.
Icel. Icelandic.
id. idem or ‘the same meaning as that of a preceding word.’
i.e. id est.
ifc. in fine compositi or ‘at the end of a compound.’
impers. impersonal or used impersonally.
impf. imperfect tense.
Impv. imperative.
ind. indeclinable.
inf. infinitive mood.
Inscr. Inscriptions.
instr. intrumental case.
Intens. Intensive.
interpol. interpolation.
Introd. Introduction.
Ion. Ionic.
irr. irregular.
L. lexicographers (i.e. a word or meaning which although given in native lexicons, has not yet been met with in any published text).
Lat. Latin.
lat. latitude.
Lett. Lettish.
lit. literally.
Lith. Lithuanian.
loc. locative case.
log. logic.
long. longitude.
m. masculine gender.
math. mathematics.
m. c. metri causa.
medic. medicine.
metron. metronymic.
mfn. masculine, feminine, and neuter or = adjective.
Mod. modern.
MS., MSS. manuscript, manuscripts.
myth. mythology.
N. Name (also = title or epither).
n. neuter gender.
neg. negative.
Nom. Nominal verb.
nom. nominative case.
obs. obsolete.
onomat. onomatopoetic. (i.e. formed from imitation of sounds).
opp. to opposed to.
opt. optative.
orig. originally.
Osset. Ossetic.
others according to others.
P. Parasmai-pada.
p. page and participle (cf. p. p.).
parox. paroxytone.
part. participle.
partic. particular.
Pass. Passive voice.
patr. patronymic.
perh. perhaps.
Pers. Persian.
pers. person.
pf. perfect tense.
phil. philosophy.
pl. plural number.
poet. poetry or poetic.
Pot. Potential.
p. p. past participle.
Pr. proper
Prak.or Prakr. Prakrit.
prec. precative.
prec. preceding.
prep. and prepos. preposition.
pres. present tense.
priv. privative.
prob. probably.
pron. pronoun.
pronom. pronominal
propar. proparoxytone.
Pruss. Prussian.
q. v. quod vide.
redupl. reduplicated.
Reflex. Reflexive or used reflexively.
rhet. rhetoric.
rt., rts. root, roots.
Russ. Russian.
RV. Rig-veda.
Sax. Saxon.
sc. and scil. scilicet.
Sch. and Schol. Scholiast or Commentator.
Scot. Scotch or Highland-Scotch.
seq. sequens.
sev. several.
sing. singular.
Slav. Slavonic or Slavonian.
Subj. subjunctive.
subst. substantive.
suff. suffix.
superl. superlative degree.
surg. surgery.
s. v. sub voce, i.e. the word in the Sanskrit order.
Vart or Vartt Varttika
vb. verb.
Ved. Vedic or Veda.
v.l. varia lectio.
voc. vocative case.
vow. vowel.
wk. work.
w.r. wrong reading.
zd. Zend.

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List of Works and Authors

The order is that of the English alphabet. The letters outside the parentheses represent the abbreviated forms used in the references.


Abhinav(a-gupta).

Ācāranirṇ(aya).

Adbh(uta)Br(āhmaṇa).

Ādi-p(arvan of the Mahābhārata).

Ag(astya)Saṃh(itā).

Ait(areya)Ār(aṇwyaka).

Ait(areya)Br(āhmaṇa).

Ait(areya)Up(anishad).

Alaṃkārak(austubha).

Alaṃkāras1(arvasva, by Ruyyaka).

Alaṃkāras2(arvasva, by Maṅkhaka).

Alaṃkāraś(ekhara, by Keśava-miśra).

Alaṃkārat(ilaka).

Alaṃkārav(imarśinī, by Jayaratha).

Amar(u-śataka).

Amṛtab(indu)Up(anishad).

Ānand(a-laharī).

Anaṅgar(aṅga).

An(anta)Saṃ(hitā).

Ananghar(āghava).

Anukr(amaṇikās).

Anup(ada-sūtra).

Āp(astamba’s Dharma-sūtra).

Āp(astamba’s) Śr(auta-sūtra).

Ap(astamba’s) Y(ajña-paribhāshā-sūtra).

A(pte’s Dictionary).

Ārsh(eya)Br(āhmaṇa)

Aruṇ(eya)Up(anishad).

Āryabh(aṭa).

Āryav(idyā-sudhākara).

Ashṭâṅg(a-hṛdaya).

Ashṭāv(akra)Saṃhitā).

Āśv(alāyana-gṛhya)P(ariśishṭa).

Āśv(alāyana)Gṛ(hya-sūtra).

Āśv(alāyana-śākhôktā) MantraS(aṃhitā).

Āśv(alāyana)Śr(auta-sūtra).

Atharvaś(ikhā)Up(anishad).

A(tharva)V(eda).

A(tharva)V(eda). Paipp(alāda-śākhā).

A(tharva)V(eda). Pariś(ishṭa).

A(tharva)V(eda)Pr(ātiśākhya).

A(tharva)V(eda)Prāt(iśākhya).

A(tharva)V(eda)Prây(aścitta).

Ātm(a)Up(anishad), iii Kh.

Ātr(eya)Anukr(amaṇikā).

Avadānaś(ataka).

Bādar(āyaṇa’s Brahma-sūtra).

Bādar(āyaṇa). Gov(indânanda’s gloss).

Bādar(āyaṇa)., Sch.(i.e. Śaṃkara’s Comm.).

Bālar(āmāyaṇa).

Baudh(āyana’s Dharma-śāstra).

Baudh(āyana’s)P(itṛmedha-sūtra).

Bhadrab(āhu-caritra).

Bhag(avad-gītā).

Bh(āgavata)P(urāṇa).

Bhagavatīg(ī.ā).

Bhaktâm(ara-stotra).

Bhām(inī-vilāsa).

Bharaṭ(aka-dvātriṇśikā).

Bhar(ata’s Nāṭya-śāstra).

Bh(āratītīrtha’s)pañcad(aśī).

Bhartṛ(hari).

Bhāshāp(ariccheda).

Bhāshik(a-sūtra).

Bhaṭṭ(i-kāvya).

Bh(āva)pr(akāśa).

Bhav(ishya)P(urāna), ii Kh. (Bhavishya- &°yôttaraP.).

Bhoj(a).

Bhojapr(abandha).

Bijag(aṇita).

B(öhtlingk &) R(oth’s) D(ictionary).

Brahmab(indu)Up(anishad).

Br(āhmaṇas).

BrahmâṇḍaP(urāṇa).

BrahmaP(urāṇa).

Brahmas(iddhânta).

Brahm(a)Up(anishad).

Brahmav(aivarta)P(urāṇa).

Brahmav(idyā)Up(anishad).

Brahmôtt(ara)Kh(aṇḍa, from the SkandaP.).

Bṛ(had)Ār(aṇyaka)Up(anishad).

Bṛh(ad-devatā).

Bṛ(ihan)Nār(adīya)P(urāṇa), xxxviii Adhy.

B(uddha-)car(ita).

Buddh(ist literature).

Campak(a-śreshṭhi-kathānaka).

Cāṇ(akya).

Caṇḍ(a-kauśika).

Car(aka).

Caraṇ(a-vyūha).

Caurap(añcāśikā).

Chandḥs(ūtra).

Ch(āndogya)Up(anishad).

Chandom(añjarī).

Col(ebrooke).

Cū(ikā)Up(anishad).

Daiv(ata)Br(āhmaṇa).

Damayantī-kathā, see Nalac.

Daś(akumāra-carita).

Daśar(ūpa).

Dāṭhādh(ātu-vaṇśa).

Dāyabh(āga).

Dāyat(attva).

Devatâdhyāya = DaivBr.

Devībh(āgavata)P(urāṇa).

Devīm(āhātmya).

Dhanaṃj(aya-vijaya).

Dhanv(antari).

Dharmas(aṃgraha).

Dharmaśarm(âbhyundaya).

Dharmav(iveka).

Dhātup(āṭha).

Dhūrtan(artaka).

Dhūrtas(amāgama).

Dhyānab(indu)Up(anishad).

Dip(ikā).

Divyāv(adāna).

Drāhy(āyaṇa).

Durgāv(ilāsa).

Dūtâṅg(ada).

Gal(anos’ Dictionary)

Gaṇar(atna-mahôdadhi).

Gaṇ(êśa)P(urāṇa).

Gaṇit(âdhyāya).

Garbh(a)Up(anishad).

GārgīS(aṃhitā).

GāruḍaP(urāṇa).

Gar(uḍa)Up(anishad).

Gāthāsaṃgr(aha).

Gauragaṇ(ôddeśa).

Gaut(ama’s Dharma-śāstra).

GayāMāh(ātmya).

Ghaṭ(akarpara).

Gīt(a-govinda).

Gobh(ila’s)Śrāddh(a-kalpa).

Gol(âdhyāya).

Gop(atha)Br(āhmaṇa).

Goraksh(a-śataka).

Grahay(ajña-tattva).

G(rass)m(an)n.

Gṛ(hya and) Śr(auta-Sūtra).

Gṛhyās(aṃgraha).

Gṛ(hya)S(ūtra).

Hāl(a).

Haṇs(a)Up(anishad).

Harav(ijaya).

Hār(īta).

Hariv(aṇśa).

H(arsha)car(ita).

Hāsy(arṇava).

Hāyan(a-ratna, by Balabhadra).

Hemac(andra).

H(emacandra’s)Pariś(ishṭaparvan).

H(emachandra’s)Yog(a-jāstra)

H(emâdri’s) cat(urvanga-cintāmaṇi).

Hir(aṇyakeśin’s)Gṛ(hya-sūtra).

Hir(aṇyakeśin’s)P(itṛmedha-sūtra).

Hit(ôpadeśa).

Horāś(āstra).

I(ndian)W(isdom, by Sir M. Monier-Williams).

Īś(a)Up(anishad).

Jābāl(a)Up(anishad).

Jaim(ini).

Jaim(ini)Bh(ārata, āśvamedhika parvan).

Jaim(inīya)Br(āhmaṇa).

Jaim(inīya)Up(anishad).

Jain (a literature).

Jātakam(ālā).

Jyot(isha).

Kād(ambarī).

Kaiv(alya)Up(anishad).

Kaiy(aṭa or Kaiyyaṭa).

Kālac(akra).

Kālakâc(ārya-kathānaka).

Kālanirṇ(aya).

Kālid(āsa).

Kāl(ikā)P(urāṇa).

KalkiP(urāna).

Kalpas(ūtra).

Kalpat(aru).

Kalyāṇam(andira-stotra).

Kām(andakiya-nitisāra).

Kaṇ(âda’s Vaiśeshika-sūtra).

Kaṇṭh(aśruty)Up(anishad).

Kap(ila)Saṃh(itā, from the SkandaP.).

Kap(ila’s)S(āṃkhya-pravacana).

Kapishṭh(ala-Saṃhitā).

Kāraṇḍ(a-avyūha).

Kāraṇḍ. (metrical recension of the text).

Karmapr(adipa).

Kāś(ikā Vṛtti).

KāśiKh(aṇḍa, from the SkandaP.).

Kāt(antra).

Kāṭh(aka).

Kāṭh(aka)Gṛ(hya-sūtra).

Kathârṇ(ava).

Kathās(aritsāgara).

Kaṭh(a) Up(anishad).

Kāty(āyana).

Kāty(āyana)Śr(auta-sūtra).

Kaush(ītaki)Ār(aṇyaka).

Kaush(ītaki)Up(anishad).

Kauś(ika-sūtra).

Kautukar(atnâkara).

Kautukas(arvasva).

Kavik(alpa-latā).

Kavikalpat(aru).

Kāvyac(andrikā).

Kāvyâd(arśa).

Kāvyak(alpa-latā).

Kāv(ya literature).

K(āvya)pr(akāśa).

Kayy(aṭa).

Ked(āra’s vṛitti-ratnākara).

Ken(a)Up(anishad).

Khaṇḍpr(aśasti).

Kir(ātârjunīya).

Koshṭhīpr(adīpa).

Kramadīp(ikā).

Kṛshis(aṃgraha).

Kṛshṇakarṇ(âmṛita).

Kriyāy(oga-sāra in the Padma Purāṇa).

Kshem(êndra).

Kshitîś(a-vaṇśâvalī-carita).

Kshur(ikā)Up(anishad).

Kulad(īpikā).

Kulârṇ(ava-tantra).

Kull(ūka’s commentary on Manu).

Kum(āra-sambhava).

KūrmaP(urāṇa).

Kuṭṭanīm(ata).

Kuval(ayânanda).

Laghuj(ātaka, by Varāha-mihira).

Laghuk(aumudī).

Lalit(a-vistara).

Laṅkâvat(āra-sūtra).

Lāṭy(āyana).

L(exicographers, esp. such as Amarasiṇha, Halâyudha, Hemachandra, etc.).

Līl(āvatī of Bhāskara).

LiṅgaP(urāṇa).

M(acdonel)l(’s Dictionary, etc.).

Madanav(inoda).

Madhus(ūdana).

MāghaMāh(ātmya in the Padma Purāṇa).

M(ahā)Bh(ārata).

MahānārāyaṇaUp. (see Nār° Up°).

Mahān(āṭaka).

M(ahāvīra-)car(itra).

Mahīdh(ara).

Maitr(āyaṇī)S(aṃhitā).

Maitr(y)Up(anishad).

Malamāsat(attva).

Mālatīm(ādhava).

Mālav(ikâgnimitra).

Mallapr(ākāśa).

Mall(inātha).

Mān(ava)Gṛ(hya-sūtra).

Mān(ava)Śr(auta-sūtra).

Mān(avīya)S(amhitā of the SauraP.).

Māṇḍ(ūkī)Ś(ikshā).

Māṇḍ(ukya)Up(anishad), 12 Mantras.

Māṇḍ(ukya)Up(anishad)Gauḍ(apāda’s Kārikā).

MantraBr(āhmaṇa).

Mantram(ahôdadhi).

M(a)n(u’s Law-book).

Mārk(aṇḍeya)P(urāṇa).

Maś(aka).

Math(urā)Māh(ātmya).

MatsyaP(urāṇa).

Matsyas(ûkta), Śabdak.

Megh(adūta).

Megh.*(15 additional verses).

M(onier)W(illiams, 1st edition of Dictionary, with marginal notes).

Monier)W(illiams) B(uddhism).

Mṛcch(akaṭikā).

Mudr(ārākshasa).

Mukt(ikā)Up(anishad).

Muṇḍ(aka)Up(anisahd).

Nābad(indu)Up(anishad).

Nāḍīpr(akāśa), Śabdak.

Nāg(ânanda).

Naigh(aṇṭuka, commented on by Yāska).

Naish(adha-carita).

Nalac(ampū or Damayantī-kathā).

Nalôd(aya).

Nal(ôpâkhyāna).

NandiP(urāṇa).

Nār(ada)S(aṃhitā).

Nār(ada’s Law-book).

Nār(adiya)P(urāṇa).

Naras(iṇha)P(urāṇa).

Nār(āyaṇa)Up(anishad).

Nāṭyaś(āstra).

N(ew) B(öhtlingk’s) D(ictionary).

Nid(āna by Mādhava).

Nid(āna), Sch. (i.e. Vācaspati’s Comm.).

Nidānas(ūtra).

N(ighaṇṭu)pr(akāśa).

Nīlak(aṇṭha).

Nīl(amata)P(urāṇa).

Nīlar(udra)Up(anishad).

Nirṇayas(indhu).

Nir(ukta, by Yāska).

Nītis., see Kām(andakīya-nīti-sāra).

Nṛs(iṇha,tāpanīya)Up(anishad).

Nyāyad(arśana).

Nyāyak(ośa).

Nyāyam(ālā-vistara).

Padap(āṭha).

PadmaP(urāṇa).

Padyas(aṃgraha).

Pañcad(aṇḍacchattra-prabandha).

Pañcad.2 (metrical recension).

Pañcadaśī, see Bh(āratītīrtha’s) pañcad(aśī).

Pañcar(ātra).

Pañcat(antra).

Pāṇ(ini).

Pāṇ(inīya).Ś(ikshā).

Pāpabuddhidharm(abuddhi-kathānaka).

Param(ârtha-sāra).

Parāś(ara-smṛti).

Pār(askara’s)Gṛ(hya-sūtra).

Paraśur(āma-prakāśa).

Paribh(āshêndu-śekhara).

Pārśvan(ātha-caritra).

Pārvat(ī-pariṇaya).

Pat(añjali).

Phetk(āriṇī-tantra).

PhiṭSūtra).

Piṇḍ(a)Up(anishad).

Piṅg(ala)Sch(oliast, i.e. Halâyudha).

Prab(odha-candrôdaya).

Pracaṇḍ(a-pāṇḍava).

Pradyumn(a-vijaya).

Prah(asana Nāṭaka).

Prājap(ati’s Dharma-sūtra).

Prâṇ(âgnihotra)Up(anishad).

Prasaṅg(âbharaṇa).

Prasannar(āghava).

Praśn(a)Up(anishad).

Pratāp(arudrīya).

PratijñāS(ūtra).

Prāt(iśākhya).

Pravar(a texts).

Prāyaśc(itta-tattva).

Prayog(âmṛita).

Prayogar(atna).

Priy(adarśikā).

Pur(āṇas).

P(urāṇa)Sarv(asva).

Purushôtt(ama-tattva).

Pushpas(ūtra).

Rāghav(apāṇḍavīya).

Ragh(uvaṇśa).

Rājat(araṃgiṇī).

Rāmag(ītā).

Rāmapūjās(araṇi).

Rāmat(āpanīya)Up(anishad).

Rām(a)Up(anishad).

R(āmāyaṇa).

Rāsal(īlā).

Rasar(atnâkara).

Rasat(araṃgiṇī).

Rasêndrac(intāmaṇi).

Rasik(aramaṇa).

Ratir(ahasya).

Ratnâ(vali).

R(eligious) T(hought and) L(ife in India, also called ‘Bhāhamanism and Hindūism,’ by Sir M. Monier-Williams).

RevāKh(aṇḍa).

Ṛ(g-)V(eda, referred to as RV.).

Ṛtus(aṃhāra).

Romakas(iddhânta).

Rudray(āmala).

R(V.)Anukr(amaṇikā).

R(V.)Prāt(iśākhya).

Śabdak(alpa-druma).

Saddh(arma)P(uṇḍarīka).

Sadukt(i-karṇâmṛita).

Sāh(itya-darpaṇa).

Sahy(âdri)Kh(aṇḍa, from the SkandaP.).

Śākaṭ(āyana).

Śāktān(anda-taraṃgiṇī).

Śaktir(atnâkara).

Śak(untalā).

S(āma)V(eda).

S(āma)V(eda)Ār(aṇyaka).

Sāmav(idhāna)Br(āhmaṇa).

Śaṃbh(alagrāma)Māh(ātmya).

Saṃh(itā)Up(anishad-brāhmaṇa).

Śaṃkar(a-vijaya).

Sāṃkhyak(ārikā).

Sāṃkhyapr(avacana).

S(aṃkshepa)Śaṃkar(a-vijaya).

Saṃskārak(austubha).

Śāṅkh(āyana)Br(āhmaṇa).

Śāṅkh(āyana)Gṛ(ihya-sūtra).

Śāṅkh(āyana)Śr(auta-sūtra).

Śāntik(alpa).

Śāntiś(ataka).

Śārad(ā-tilaka).

Sarasv(atī-kaṇṭhâbharaṇa, by Bhoja).

Sarasv.2 (by Kshemêndra).

Śārṅg(adhara)P(addhati).

Śārṅg(adhara)S(aṃhitā).

Sarvad(arśana-saṃgraha).

Sarv(a)Up(anishat-sāra).

Ś(atapatha)Br(āhmaṇa).

Śatar(udriya)Up(anishad).

Śatr(uṃjaya-māhātmya).

SauraP(urāṇa).

Sāy(aṇa).

Setub(andha).

Shaḍguruś(ishya).

Shaḍv(iṇśa)Br(āhmaṇa).

Siddh(ânta-kaumudi).

Siddhântaś(iromaṇi).

Śiksh(ā).

Śikshāp(attrī).

Śīl(âṅka).

Siṇhâs(ana-dvātriṇśikā or Vikramâditya-caritra, Jaina recension).

Siṇhâs.2 (metrical recension of the Ind.Off., E.I.H. 2897).

Siṇhâs.3 (recension of E.I.H. 2523).

ŚiraUp(anishad).

Śiś(upāla-vadha).

Śivag(itā, ascribed to the PadmaP.).

ŚivaP(urāṇa).

SkandaP(urāṇa).

Smṛtik(aumudi).

Smṛtit(attva; the numbers xxix & xxx mark the additional texts Graha-yajña & Tīrtha-yātrā).

Śrāddhak(alpa-bhāshya).

Śr(auta)Sūtra.

Śrīkaṇṭh(a-carita).

Śrīm(āla)Māh(ātmya).

Śṛiṅgār(a-tilaka).

Śrutab(odha).

Subh(āshitâvali).

Śukas(aptati).

Sukh(āvatī-vyūha).

Śulbas(ūtra).

Suparṇ(âdhyāya).

Sūryad(eva-yajvan).

Sūryapr(ajñapta).

Sūryas(iddhânti).

Suśr(uta).

Survarṇapr(abhāsa).

Svapnac(intāmaṇi).

Śvet(âśvatara)Up(anishad).

T(aittirīya)Ār(aṇyaka).

T(aittirīya)Br(āhmaṇa).

T(aittirīya)Prāt(iśākhya).

T(aittirīya)S(aṃhitā).

T(aittirīya)Up(anishad).

Tāj(aka).

TāṇḍyaBr(āhmaṇa).

Tantras(āra).

T(ārānātha Tarkavācaspati’s Dictionary).

Tarkas(aṃgraha).

Tattvas(amāsa).

Tejob(indu)Up(anishad).

Tīrtha-yātrā (see Smṛititattva).

Tithyād(itya).

Toḍar(ânanda).

Uṇ(ādi)k(alpa).

Uṇ(ādi), Sch.(i.e.Ujjvaladatta).

Uṇ(ādi-sūtra).

Uṇ(ādi)vṛ(itti).

Up(anishad).

Upap(urāṇa).

UtkalaKh(aṇḍa).

Uttamac(aritra-kathānaka, prose version).

Uttamac2 (aritra in about 700 verses).

Uttarar(āma-caritra).

Vāgbh(aṭâlaṃkāra).

VahniP(urāṇa).

Vait(āna-sūtra).

V(ājasaneyi)S(aṃhitā).

V(ājasaneyi-Saṃhitā)Prāt-(iśākhya).

Vajracch(edikā).

Vajras(ūci).

Vām(ana)P(urāṇa).

Vām(ana’s Kāvyâlaṃkāra-vṛitti).

V(aṇśa)Br(āhmaṇa).

Var(āha-mihira’s)Bṛ(ihajjātaka).

Var(āha-mihira’s)Bṛ(ihat)S(aṃhitā).

Var(āha-mihira’s)Yogay-(ātrā).

Var(āha)P(urāṇa).

Vārāhīt(antra).

Vasantar(āja’s Śākuna).

Vāsant(ikā).

Vās(avadattā).

Vas(ishṭha).

Vāstuv(idyā).

Vātsyāy(ana).

VāyuP(urāṇa).

Vedântap(aribhāshā).

Vedântas(āra).

Vet(āla-pañcaviṇśatikā).

Viddh(aśālabhañjikā).

V(ikramâṅkadeva)car(ita, by Bilhaṇa).

Vikr(amôrvasī).

Vīrac(arita).

V(ishṇu)P(urāṇa).

Vishṇ(u’s Institutes).

Viśvan(ātha, astronomer).

Vop(adeva).

Vṛshabhān(ujā-nāṭikā, by Mathurā-dāsa).

Vyavahārat(attva).

W(ilson).

Yājñ(avalkya).

Yājñ. Sch. (i.e. Mitâksharā).

Yogaś(ikhā)Up(anishad).

Yogaś(ūtra).

Yogat(attva)Up(anishad).

Yogavās(ishṭha-sāra).

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