Sanskrit Dictionary for Spoken Sanskrit
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This is VERSION 2.2 (May 2020) of a hypertext Sanskrit-English / English-Sanskrit Dictionary for Spoken Sanskrit. Which means that it is designed to contain the much used common words (displayed in red color ) necessary for daily communication, in addition to words from the classical texts., now, was founded in 2005 as a nonprofit enterprise in Cochin, India, by Sri Chidambaram Narayanaswami († 2016) and Klaus Glashoff with the support of many voluntary contributors.
Responsible:  Klaus Glashoff, Lugano (Switzerland)
Content: Sam Mohan, Boston (USA)
Webdesign: Doris Eckstein, Lugano (Switzerland)
Database design: Julian Glashoff, Hamburg (Germany)
Volunteers for special tasks
Program version 2.0 (2017): Alessandro Gallo, Torino (Italy)

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