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On Line Sanskrit Dictionary
  This is the web interface to the Monier Williams Sanskrit Dictionary. The familiar transliterated input method based on the Harvard Kyoto scheme is used for specifying the query string.

  Results are returned in the form of text built through dynamically created  images to allow virtually any graphics enabled browser to display Devanagari text. The presentation given here is based on the files provided by the Cologne based Institute of Indology and Tamil Studies. The flexibility offered by the IITM software in taking text in transliterated form and processing the same to present an effective display on a web page is very clearly brought out in this dictionary presentation.

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 If you would like to enter the string in Devanagari, you may use the applet based search method.

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  River Ganga as presented on an engraving, made around 1850. The scene is at Haridwar. It is possible that Western scholars visiting India to learn about her scriptures, would have seen Ganga like this. One does not know for sure that Sir. Monier Williams himself had seen the holy river, much less at Haridwar!

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