The intention of this wiki is to provide easy access to different stotras (in a script of the user's choice). Currently, there are only a few stotras/namavalis. In the long run, with God's grace, we hope it develops into an encyclopaedia for stotras, namavalis and puja vidhanams :) -- with the significance/translations and brief commentaries. Being a wiki, it also provides a collaborative platform to edit (proof-read and correct) stotras.
I believe that another important aspect of this site is that it makes accessible works such as Tiruppavai to the non-Tamil speaking/reading public. I similarly hope that some special stotrams from other languages can be accessible, transcending language barriers. There are many better resources on the web for sanskrit stotras, such as sanskritdocuments.org; I just hope that this site fills in a small gap left by some of the other sites --- that of transliterating stotras into different scripts.
- Diverse books
See also the preface for the PDF book.
- Srikanth Subramanian, for TransLipi, and a lot of other tips/suggestions/code snippets
- SanskritDocuments.org, for the most comprehensive resource of Sanskrit stuff!
- I hope to expand this section, once we have more contributors. As of today, the website stands populated with contributions from Saketh and me, with a lot of proof-reading help from our family/friends (whom I have mentioned in the page linked below).
- -Karthik 14:18, 17 October 2010 (CEST)
- I welcome Arun Ayyar as another contributor.
- -Karthik 13:34, 10 July 2014 (IST)
- Special thanks to Shri Kanti Shah for encoding Rama Stavarajastotram
- -Karthik 13:00, 11 June 2017 (IST)