Sulba Sutras are texts belonging to the Srauta ritual (based on Sruti) containing geometry of Yagna related constructions.

Where can I find an online version of the Sulba Sutras by Baudhayana? By original, I mean the Sanskrit Shlokas should be there. Translation is not a requisite.

  • Couldnt find anything in the wiki references or the archive site. May 15, 2016 at 16:42
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    Just curious: Why do you want Shulba Sutras out of all texts?
    – Surya
    May 15, 2016 at 16:52
  • @Surya I am reading a research paper which talks about 'the knowledge of prime numbers numbers in Vedas etc.' It has quite a few references to Sulba Sutras, amongst other texts. Except this, other texts, I am able to find. :) May 15, 2016 at 17:08

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Yes, you can get original Sanskrit text of Baudhayana Shulba Sutra from:

Note: If you don't know reading Devanagari, you may use transliteration tool.

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