A History Of
Indian Philosophy: by Surendranath Dasgupta Volume I First
Edition: Cambridge, 1922. Contains all the
information you need to
know about the various schools of Indian philosophical thought.
The Grihya Sutras, The Vedic Domestic Ritual Texts
This translation by Hermann Oldenberg (1886) contains
Sankhyayana-Grihya-sutra, Asvalayana-Grihya-sutra, Paraskara Grihya-sutra
and Khadia Grihya sutra.
Shastras:The Sacred Lawbooks: Apastamba, Vasishtha, Gautama,
Baudhayana Dharma Sutras, indexed subject wise and chapter wise.
This is an abridged version of the Garuda Purana containing the
description of heaven and hell and matters concerning funeral rites and
Rig-Veda, The complete English translation of the Rig Veda by
Griffith published in 1896 is available from here.
The Great Systems of
Yoga Find our what yoga is, the whole field, not just a
particular aspect of yoga.
The Hymns of the
Atharvaveda : Complete English translation of the entire Atharvaveda
Veda by Ralph T.H. Griffith [1895-96]
White Yajurveda The Texts of the White Yajurveda (Book 1
to 40) , Translated by Ralph T.H. Griffith,  .
This is a complete translation.
Yajur Veda (Taittiriya Sanhita) (Book 1 -7) Translated by Arthur
Berriedale Keith, 1914. This is a partial translation
Veda This is a complete translation of the Sama
translated by Maurice Bloomfield from the Sacred Books of the East,
volume 42,  361245 bytes. This is a partial translation.
Bhagavad Gita : The Bhagavadgita presented here is a modern day prose translation courtesy the
International Gita Society
The Gita in a Nutshell: 40 most important verses from the Bhagavad-Gita
Upanishads: Max Mullers' translations of the Upanishads, Volume 1
(1879) and Volume 2 (1884)
Sutras: The S�nkhya Aphorisms of Kapila with illustrative
extracts from the commentaries translated by James R. Ballantyne
third edition edited by Fitzedward Hall [London, Tr�bner & Co.]
Song Celestial or the Bhagavad Gita Translation by Sir Edwin Arnold
Gita By Harry Bhalla. To Read the abbreviated version of
the Gita and obtain a free Printed Copy of the Bhagavad gita
please click here.
Laws of Manu, George B�hler, translator Manu was the legendary
first man, the Adam of the Hindus. This is a collection of laws
attributed to Manu.
The ArthaShastra of Kautilya
: The book containing about 6000 hymns is a comprehensive
manual on how a state ought to be ruled and administrated by a
king and his administration.
Shastra: Vymaanika-Shaastra Aeronautics By Maharshi Bharadwaaja Propounded By Venerable Subbaraya Shastry Translated Into English And Edited, Printed And Published By G.R. Josyer.
Vedic Reader: For Students By Arthur Anthony Macdonell (1854-1930)
. some of the ideas and concepts in this book might have been
outdated or you may not agree. But as a reference the work is still
Yogasutras of Patanjali: Translation of Patanjali's Sankrit work
into English by Octavian Sarbatoare
Yoga Sutras of Patanjali This concise work describes an early
stage in the philosophy and practise of Yoga. Dating from about 150
B.C., the work shows dualist and Buddhist influences. The Yoga Sutras
are required reading if you are interested in Yoga and mediation. 80,965
Tantra : Tantra of the Great Liberation, Translated by Arthur Avalon
(Sir John Woodroffe)  is now available from Hinduwebsite. This
scripture contains very useful information on various aspects of
Ramayana: This is an abridged verse translation by R. Dutt of one of
the longest epic poems in world literature, depicting the life and
adventures of Rama, an incarnation of Maha Vishnu.
Mahabharata: This is an abridged verse translation by R. Dutt of the
longest and most ancient epic poems in world literature, depicting the
war between the Pandavas and the Kauravas fought on the battle field of
the Kurukshetra. (NEW)
Idylls: Stories from the epic Mahabharata translated by Sir
Edwin Arnold. C.S.I. S�vitr�; or, love and death, Nala and Damayanti,
The enchanted lake, The saint's temptation, The birth of death, The
night of slaughter, The great journey and The entry into heaven
The Thousand Names of Lord Vishnu:
The Sanskrit text extolling the virtues and greatness of Lord Vishnu
invoking him by a thousand different names.