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Old Indo-Aryan language, the classical literary language of the Hindus of India. Vedic Sanskrit, based on a dialect of northwestern India, dates from as early as 1800 BC and appears in the text of the Rigveda; it was described and standardized in the important grammar book by Panini, dating from about the 5th century BC. Literary activity in so-called Classical Sanskrit, which is close to but not identical with the language described by Panini, flourished from c. 500 BC to AD 1000 and continued even into modern times. Currently, a form of Sanskrit is used not only as a learned medium of communication among Hindu scholars but also as a language for some original writing. The language, written in the Devanagari script is, in fact, undergoing something of a revival, though it is neither a widespread nor a usual mother tongue. (Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.)

Sanskrit-Russian NEW
(Unicode Devanagari+Romanization)

Entries: 1 590
Editor: Artyom Lukanin
Used font: Arial Unicode MS, Gentium Plus
Download link: skr-rus.zip (~188 Kb). Hits:  

The dictionary is based on the dictionary of the Sanskrit Textbook by V.A. Kochergina. The place of the non-conventional stress is shown in square brackets.

(Unicode Devanagari+Romanization)

Entries: 9 307
Editor: Linguasoft
Used font: Arial Unicode MS
Download link: sanskrit-eng.zip (~892 Kb). Hits:  


Entries: 9 301
Editor: Linguasoft
Used font: Xdvng
Download link: skr-xi-eng.zip (~891 Kb). Hits:  

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Sanskrit Devanagari and Transliteration Keyboard

You can install Tavultesoft Keyman 6.0 and 2 Sanskrit keyboards for it.

Note, that newer version of Tavultesoft Keyman are not free any more, so if you want to get support and new stable versions of Keyman, you can buy it at www.tavultesoft.com.

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