- In connection with this request, a few of you may find this Sanskrit OCR
program useful if you haven't tried it yet:
Of course, it will work just as well with Pali. But the degree of success,
as with all OCR programs, depends upon the legibility of the print.
But you are actually doing your teacher a disservice: if he/she were to type
out the whole of the ADKosha by themself -- with a little help when they get
stuck -- then I can guarantee that they will be able to read devanagari
fluently at the end.
----- Original Message -----
From: "sakyaputtiyo" <sakyaputtiyo@...>
Sent: Monday, October 27, 2008 9:27 AM
Subject: [Pali] Re: abhidharmakosha/Thanks Stephen
> THanks Stephen,
> it saved me a lot of time and efforts. i was sure there must be
> somewhere... at times internet can be such a blessing.
> i have the devanaagari version of abhidharmakosha with bhaasya. i was
> almost trying to romanize it myself for one of my teacher who knows
> sanksrit but cannot read the devanaagari fluently. i actually have
> already done many pages.
> Bhikkhu sakyaputtiyo
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