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Omkarananda Ashram Himalayas Sanskrit Page [Swami Omkaranda]

Located in Uttaranchal, Induia, and run by Swami Satchidananda. Makers of the free Itranslator package for Windows (version 99 and 2003 beta), which makes use of Unicode compatible fonts for the transliteration of ITRANS 5.30 encoded text or text files into Devanagari. Ulrich Stiehl's manual, which explains the ITX encoding scheme. Their Devanagari font involved, Sanskrit 2003, has all the ligatures ever needed (thousands), and is favorably compared in Stiehl's manual with the competition, Mangal, Arial MS Unicode (ugh!!!), shiDeva, Raghindi, DVBOT Surekh and Titus Cyberbit (another yuk). Older things: two free Devanagari TTF fonts (Sanskrit New and Sanskrit 1.2), by Swami Satchidananda. Download SanskritNew4 (1993-1994) here.

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