If you want to read other Sanskrit books, you can either visit Wikipedia or search google for .
Hi I am creating a website where I want the user to be able to search Sanskrit words. I have already created the code for that. However I am still stuck on how to actually look up the Sanskrit words and then display them in text boxes, so that the user can search for them. Please, if you can provide some suggestions, I would really appreciate it. Thank you!
The package Sanskrit is a very good package for working with the Sanskrit language. There you can find plenty of codes (no just for searching), but this is not what you need:
The Sanskrit-package works with TeX-distributions like TeX Live and MiKTeX (that is, with the dvips-command or with pdftex) not with LaTeX. So, you have to get the.tex-file, that contains the code for searching a specific word, in an editor and compile the file to a.tex-file with
This command will run the usual LaTeX-commands for compiling the file. If you don't have TeX installed, you should install it (e.g. on Windows it is included with TeXLive), and then you can compile the file with pdflatex. If you want to compile the file with pdftex, you need the Adobe-Acrobat reader installed (and free).
When you compile the file, you will find that the output file is named myfile.tex.dvi (or myfile.tex.pdf).
Now, you have to use the search-function of Sanskrit. First, you have to compile your tex-file 0b46394aab