Here are some sources.
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Note: Skip to bottom of this answer to download complete Purana as single PDF file. All these puranas are scanned and non text searchable.
Index here shows Skanda Purana consists 23 Volumes.Of 23 Volumes,20 volumes were found from West Bengal Dspace.
As I far as I know, the only unabridged translation of the Shiva Purana is the four-volume translation published by Motilal Banarsidass. Here is a link to the table of conents.
The translation is available online on DSpace, the digital repository of the West Bengal Public Library Network. Here are the links to all four volumes:
I found most of the Puranas on www.indianscriptures.com
Most of them are in English.
I'm linking a screenshot to mark the ones in English so that it is easier to understand. The Agni Purana is with the green dot because it is in Hindi not English.
They haven't provided an index of the contents but most indexes would be available on Exotic India Art's ...
Unabridged Shiva Maha Purana is now available in text searchable format on archive.org. This is the same Motilal Banarsidas Edition. Download PDF with text format.
if you want to read Shiva Maha Purana in Sanskrit with English translation, read Shiva Purana on Indian Scriptures. This version is not text searchable. BTW, ...
Here's what I will say about this with all due respect. I had been a member of ISKCON for several years during my undergraduate degree (no longer one). My observations are as follows:-
1) ISKCON is a highly anglicized (almost Christianized) version of Vaishnav movements of the olden times (and by that I mean movements of Sri Ramanuja, Sant Tukaram and other ...
The following is the full English translation of the Shiva Purana including an interwoven glossary. It contains over 600,000 words and starts with a Mahatmya, extolling the greatness of the Shiva-purana. It does not contain the Sanskrit original text but does includes romanized orginal names using the IAST transliteration scheme.
Unabridged English translation by Rai Bahadur Lala Baij Nath:
Link to PDF
Hindi translation by Munilal (with original Sanskrit verses):
Link to PDF
Abridged English translation by Srikrishna Prapnnachari: indiadivine.org (PDF)
This is not a critical edition by BORI. They have manuscripts with Sayana's commentary which were referred to by German scholar Max Müller to write a translation on the Rigveda. They have those manuscripts. The same news paper article link you have added in the question contains the following:
BORI’s M G Dadhphale said: “These were the very manuscripts ...
The story of Ravana's name occurs in Chapter 16 of the Uttara-Kanda of Valmiki Ramayana. The Sanskrit text has been taken from Srimad Valmiki Ramayana Uttar Kanda by DP Sharma and Sanskrit Documents.
Since the story is a bit long I'm only linking specific verses here.
After Dashanana usurps Kubera's Alkapuri and Pushpaka Vimana he moves towards Kailasha ...
Few places to get information & knowledge about Hinduism,
Addresses at The Parliament of Religions - Swami Vivekananda
*Also consider General disclaimer & About trusting. May be considerable that Most part are written by Western Christian academics.
ISKCON is a Gaudiya Vaishnava Hindu religious organisation. They are in fact Hindus. But they consider Sri Krishna as the supreme lord (Swayam Bhagawan) and claim to follow the Mahabharata and Bhagawath Gita. They describe Sri Krishna as the source of all the avatars of God. It was established to propagate spiritual knowledge, consciousness of Krishna, The ...
You can find English translation of all the 108 Upanishads at Vedanta Spiritual Library.
Nrisimha Tapini Upanishad belongs to Atharva Veda, here are links to the related Upanishads you might be looking for:
Nrisimha Poorva Tapaniya Upanishad
Nrisimha Uttara Tapaniya Upanishad
You can get/download all the Upanishads related to AtharvaVeda in a portable ...
The Srimad Bhagavatam has the greatest number of commentaries of any Purana. Still, I know of two commentaries on the Vishnu Purana:
Sridharan Swami's Atma Prakasha, written from the viewpoint of Shuddhadvaita. You can read it in Sanskrit here.
Engalalwan's Vishnuchittiyam, written from the viewpoint of Vishistadvaita. You can read it in Sanskrit here.
Ramanujacharya didn't write any commentaries on the Puranas. Ramanujacharya only composed nine works: the Sri Bhashya, the Vedanta Dipa, and the Vedanta Sara, three commentaries on the Brahma Sutras; the Bhagavad Gita Bhashya, a commentary on the Bhagavad Gita; the Vedartha Sangraha, an independent exposition of Visistadvaita; the Sharanagati Gadyam, the Sri ...
Notable devotional works of Madhusudana Saraswati are:
Bhagavad Bhakti Rasayanam (भगवद्भक्तिरसायनम्)
All are available to read in Sanskrit at Sanskritdocuments.org. Upon searching I found that Hindi translation of Bhagvad Bhakti Rasayana is available on Internet Archive but ...
You can get Bhavishya Purana in pdf at following sources:
Bhavishya Purana in hindi at vedpuran.net
In English : IndianDivine.org
(In English all 18 Purans are there in pdf; scroll down to check-list Bhavishya Purana.)
Bhavishya Purana (Bhavishya Maha Purana) -Pratisarg Parv -Khand Three full translated to English Internet Archive
Also take a look for ...
Hare Krishnas are Hindus.
His philosophical teaching of achintya bhedabheda which are based upon Hindu scriptures.
When their philosophy has roots from Hindu scriptures then Yes, ISKCON versions of Hindu scriptures qualify as Hindu scripture.
In Distinguishing Srila Prabhupada's Original Books from Changed Ones, there is a reference which says ...
Here are all three volumes of Abhinavagupta's commentary in Sanskrit, in PDF format:
It has been translated into English, but it's not available online. It is available in print form though, here.
First of all I think this question is more suitable for meta rather than main site. But since you have asked, so here is my answer. First we should know What is ISKCON?
The International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), otherwise known as the Hare Krishna movement, includes five hundred major centers, temples and rural communities, nearly one ...
For translations other than ISKCON, you may try this translation of the Bhagavata Purana and this translation of the Bhagavad Gita.
For the Chaitanya Charitamrita, you cannot get any online resources. However, you can get a non-ISKCONic translation as a hardcopy here.
Since Hindi translation will work for you , you can download it from here.
The PDF not only has Vyasa Smriti but it has got 18 Smritis in all (Sanskrit verses+Hindi translation).
From the image given above you can check which of the Smritis it has. It has Smritis like Atri, Vishnu, Vashishta, Vyasa, Brihaspati, Katyayana etc. The name of the book is ...
Yes, the Sanskrit verse, word-to-word English translation with meaning by Iskcon Vedic Media Library ebook is available to get at Radha.name - 6.7 MB (1970 pages) pdf .The official site of Iskcon Vedic Media Library was iskconmedia.com but it seems no longer hosted by team. you can take a look at snap-shot.
The book contains following Khandas: