What we wish to do is to:
1. Create a repository of Indian philosophical texts on the Internet, and to make these freely available to whoever is interested.
2. Create tools as well as a process that will make the putting up of such texts on the web simple.
3. Explore the different ways in which the content can be presented, in order to enhance the study of these texts.
Our major website is the Gita Supersite. It is not only the first site that we have built, but even today, a large part of our collective effort is spent in improving this site. We see this website as representative of all our work, and also as a model of how we think such work should be done. This website has the aphorisms of the Brahma Sutra together with Sankara's commentary.
The texts are in Sanskrit and can be viewed in any of 11 language scripts: Assamese, Bengali, Devanagari, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Oriya, Punjabi, Roman, Tamil and Telugu. We hope to put up English translations of the Sutras as well as Sankara's commentary very soon.
An Index to the Sutras is also planned. The 2-Book View allows you to open two copies of the text simultaneously for a comparative study of different chapters/sutras of the book. A list of other websites created by us is available on the home page.
Dynamic fonts have been used on this site, so no download of fonts is required. However, if you face problems viewing the site, first look at the sections on Technical Requirements and Fonts Troubleshooting. If the problem persists, please send us email. We will appreciate any other feedback/comments.
We wish you joy, and invoke the blessings of Vyasa and Sankara on your study of Vedanta!