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Sanskrit Blogs – Blogging in Samskritam

One of the less mentioned and less explored aspects of blogging is that it provides an opportunity to revive classical languages – converse and exchange ideas with people from around the world in classical and struggling languages. Although few in number, Sanskrit blogs are today connecting Sanskrit or Samskritam enthusiasts around the world and majority of them rise above the confines of religion.

Some of the blogs are written purely in Sanskrit and few others use English to explain the meanings and sometimes Sanskrit texts are also written in English alphabets.

Sanskrit Links was started way back in September 2003 and provides links and information on Sanskrit related activities on the internet.

Samskrtam, a continuously publishing blog, by Kartik does general musings in Sanskrit.

Vyakaranam deals with Sanskrit Grammar.

Learn Sanskrit as the name indicates is a blog on its author’s self-learning attempts.

Sanskrit Literature forum by Venetia Ansel deals with Sanskrit literature.

Samskrutam mainly deals in quotes from classical Sanskrit texts.

All these bloggers should be credited for the wonderful effort they are making to connect to people who are interested in Sanskrit.

You may also like to read:

Vishvavani – Online Sanskrit Magazine

Comments

  1. I want to start a blog in Sanskrit+ English> What ia needed is a Blogging site with an editor that accepts ITRANS99 encoded phonetic input but presents the text in Devanagari.
    I already have an English Blog on Blogger.com

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  2. vadatu samskrutam jayatu samskrutam

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  3. A very nice write up on sanskrit blogs. Here is one more sanskrit blog added in the list.
    www.samskrute.blogspot.com

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  4. There is a Sanskrit Daily Newspaper published from Mysore that has complete 40 years successfullly. It is available online at http://sudharma.epapertoday.com/

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  5. Subhashita Manjari is a very good collection of Sanskrit Subhashitas.

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  6. Sir, thanks for adding my comment in your blog
    Now the official website for Sanskrit-vartaman-patram is ready and we update the news paper link on daily basis. So please add our web site in your blog with some remark. Please keep the title SANSKRIT-VARTAMAN-PATRAM with the associated link http://www.sasnkritnewspaper.com
    Sir we want to creat sanskritnewspaper.com but unfortunately we got the first. as we have already paid one year price for our site. kindly keep on promoting our news paper which is indias second news paper in sanskrit language. it is very difficult to sustain our newspaper because very few people of the world aware about sanskrit.

    I assure that i will get positive approach from your side.

    Thanks.

    RAJESH KUMAR SUTHAR (a follower of sanskrit tradition)

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  7. I have started an aggregator to aggregate together (in one

    place) Sanskrit posts posted through out the internet.


    Presently, there is no such aggregator where we can find all

    Sanskrit posts at a glance. It is very difficult to find the posts in

    blogs though the search engines.


    The aggregator helps visitors to take them a right

    blog/website.The blog/website may get more visitors.

    We have added some Sanskrit blogs/websites presently by

    searching "Sanskrit blogs" in Google.com.


    We request you to get registered to add / Continue your

    blog/website.


    We also request you to show our link in your blog/website

    so that others can know about other Sanskrit posts published

    through the internet.


    Please share this information to your friends and relatives for

    wide publicity.

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  8. Please visit these blogs and commend
    http://samskruthamadhuram.blogspot.in/
    http://kaatvambale.blogspot.in/

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