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These are some important sources where you can get access to some of the most rare Hindu manuscripts and books.
1. indianmanuscripts.com

This is currently world's biggest online collection of Indian manuscripts & books. They have categorized each book. And the best thing is that they offer it for free.
3. sanskritdocuments.org

This site offers you nearly all the important Hindu texts in more than 40 scripts. You can also download those Sanskrit documents. Original authentic documents.
4. sanskrit-linguistics.org/dcs/index.php

They offer you Sanskrit texts with full morphological and lexical analysis.
5. rarebooksocietyofindia.org

Many people already know about this website. To more about them, read this. 👇
6. dav.splrarebooks.com

This online collection has high-resolution digital copies of our manuscripts. Managed by DAV College Chandigarh, they're also working on a project to translate the manuscripts from Devnagiri and Sanskrit to Hindi and English.
7. indianculture.gov.in/manuscripts

Official website managed by Indian government.

This picture of Srimad Bhagawat Satik Skand-12 is from this website.
8. simplepuranas.com

A simple web app for beginners where you can read all 18 Puranas in English.
9. ashtadhyayi.com
This website provides a comprehensive study resource for the students of Paninian grammar.
10. sacred-texts.com/hin/index.htm#…

Here you can read all our Dharmic texts in English.
12. gitasupersite.iitk.ac.in

This is the best site for BG and VR, available with different commentaries of great scholars in Sanskrit, Hindi and English.

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